Join us for an inspirational program reviewing how to incorporate Integral Yoga methods into Therapeutic programs.
Having a strong core is nourishing and freeing and will directly affect the quality of your yoga practice (asanas, pranayama and meditation) as well as your teaching practice. Developing awareness is key to being able to develop core stability.
Restorative Yoga is the practice of placing the body into a specific yoga asana using the support of props such as: bolsters, pillows, blocks, blankets, or chairs.
This weekend is a playful exploration with the practice of Yoga on the mat with Advanced Yoga Teacher, Trace Sahaja Bonner, www.holycowyoga.com.
Get certified to lead Laugha Yoga® laughter yoga sessions. Yogic Laughter sessions, Laugha Nidra® (guided deep relaxation), pranayama (yogic breathing practices) and meditation help us reach a profound level of peace, joy and relaxation.
This special workshop is designed for health professionals, yoga teachers, and others who would like to understand Viniyoga’s therapeutic interventions for chronic pain and learn Viniyoga strategies for assessing individuals with chronic pain and intervening in beneficial ways.
This training interweaves ancient yogic wisdom with current findings in neurobiology. Learn an empowering, evidence-based yoga protocol to help your students and clients focus, relax, and have greater access to feeling states.
Professional Life Coach and advanced Yoga teacher Stacy Kamala Waltman will lead you on this journey blending yogic practices with Life Coaching skills to help you transform your life.
Patients are treated by prescriptions of medicine, movement or mind but they are healed by people. The work of being a healer is a path of the heart. This course will explore the concepts of dis-ease, healing and healers through the lens of Yogic philosophy including the teachings of the Yoga Sutras and the Bhagavad Gita.
Yoga and Ayurveda are sister sciences for healing, integration and transformation on all levels of our being.