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Drawing from her popular book, Boomer Yoga, Beryl Bender Birch introduces a dynamic yoga practice, created for athletic people who are active, vital, and adventuresome. Weaving together personal experience, yogic philosophy, and practical techniques, Birch teaches how the Boomer Yoga practices lead to greater longevity and protect the mind and body from many common aspects of aging.
Rejuvenate and detoxify your system with a 45-minute energetic asana routine you can take home with you. Learn simple breathing and meditation techniques to help you combat the negative effects of stress and maintain peace of mind and equipoise in your daily life.
Revolutionary research in the medical community is inspiring doctors and scientists to look at the physical and mental health benefits of yoga methodologies. See how a regular practice leads to greater awareness and can help you to be more joyful, compassionate, and content with the changes that life brings.
“I only wish the course was longer. Beryl is such a joy! Soul inspiring!”
“Beryl is my kind of woman: a pragmatic practitioner of Yoga…someone who takes you on a spiritual and physical journey with the proper mix of realism, compassion, joy, and laughter. She is the perfect guide to help us all appreciate the rewards of Yoga.” —Katie Couric
Beryl Bender Birch is a spiritual teacher, yoga therapist, and the author of Power Yoga, Beyond Power Yoga, Boomer Yoga (Sellers Publishing) and her soon to be published, The Resilient Warrior (Sounds True Publishing – 2014), a book on yoga for veterans. She has been an avid student of yoga and the study of consciousness since l971. With degrees in philosophy and comparative religion, Beryl has traveled extensively in India, has been teaching the classical system of ashtanga yoga for thirty-three years and training yoga teachers as “spiritual revolutionaries” since l980. In 2000 she was named by Yoga Journal as one of only seven American women in their “Innovators Shaping Yoga Today” issue. She is the director-founder of The Hard & The Soft Yoga Institute and a founder of The Give Back Yoga Foundation.