Dao Flow is a Yoga style for women’s health that expands the traditional actions of Yoga poses to illuminate the healing energetics of the acupuncture meridian system. It is a convergence of all the important streams that have led to Dr. Saraswati’s expertise and her own personal healing journey.
Since an ounce of practice is worth tons of theory, Swami Asokananda give a good amount of focus to the practical ways we can absorb each of these approaches and develop into to true Integral Yogi.
In this workshop, you will learn: How to meditate and ways to use meditation throughout the day and in various situations as well as a variety of techniques to enhance your meditation. Regardless of your previous experience, you will go home with the knowledge and inspiration to develop clarity, calmness and concentration that lead to self-mastery.
Learn: Beautiful sequences of exotic stretches and Thai Bodywork techniques, also known as assisted Yoga. Thai Bodywork is marma therapy and synthesizes acupressure, rhythmic compressions, ancient breathing arts and meditation to produce profound rest and rejuvenation. Mantras for the marmas and chakras will also be included.
Whether you have a regular Yoga practice or are just exploring Yoga, this weekend will offer a fresh take on the complementary practice of Yoga and sports training. Class sessions will include Yoga poses, breathing exercises and discussions about key aspects of the eight limbs of Yoga and their applicability to athletic focus and training.
Join Yoga and meditation teacher and Transformational Life Coach, Kamala Waltman for a weekend of de-stressing through the profound practice of Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation).
Join Lalitha Stone, senior Integral Yoga® instructor, acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine specialist, for this in-depth workshop designed to integrate Chinese meridian therapy with Yoga practices.
Immerse yourself in the sacred sounds of Sanskrit chanting. Join renowned musician Krishna Das in an experiential weekend filled with joyful kirtan (chanting of sacred sounds) yoga and devotion.
Identification with the limited mind/body exclusively prohibits us from experiencing ourselves as the Eternal Unchanging Awareness, or Self, that we really are. This Workshop will seek to lead us to experience the Unchanging Eternal Awareness that is always present in every moment of our daily lives, and to encourage us to make that Greater Awareness our permanent abiding place from which we experience our world.
As we age, we change, and so should our Yoga. Whether you are a longtime practitioner or a beginner, this workshop will offer you ways to meet your changing body and life just as you are, in a community of your peers.