with Satya Greenstone, E-RYT 500
Detoxification is the essential benefit of all Yoga practices.
Spring is the perfect time to get out of the doldrums and shed our winter coat, both physically and mentally. This program provides a weekend of gentle yogic detoxification in a pristine environment away from the world’s distractions.
Instructions and support will be given for all practices:
- Yoga asana sequences for enhancing digestion and elimination
- Pranayama (yogic breathing) to eliminate toxins and calm the mind
- Chanting sacred mantras to balance and harmonize your system
- Gentle kriya techniques (yogic cleansing practices)
- Vegan and vegetarian meals
- Instructions and opportunity for fasting
- Restorative Yoga for rest and rejuvenation
Join us and begin your fresh start!
I feel renewed and inspired. Thank you to Satya for the wonderful workshop and to Yogaville for providing the opportunity. — Elizabeth McGonagle
Official times for check-in: 4 pm and check-out: 2 pm
About the Instructor
Satya Greenstone has been a student of Sri Swami Satchidananda and teacher of Integral Yoga for over forty years. She shares the teachings of Integral Yoga in many diverse settings with students of all ages and backgrounds. She combines a natural, practical, down-to-earth approach to Yoga with a gentle humor. First and foremost, she is a yogini, and her teaching is an extension of the experience gained from her Yoga practice.
She is a primary teacher for the Basic and Intermediate level Integral Yoga Teacher Training Programs. While serving as Teacher Training Coordinator, she helped develop and teach the Gentle Yoga Teacher Training Program. Satya is certified in Therapeutic/Restorative Yoga and has been practicing and teaching Restorative Yoga for fifteen years.
In 2011, she developed and taught the first Integral Yoga Restorative Yoga Teacher Training Certification Course which she continues to offer annually. She gently adapts the Yoga practices to individual needs and always finds a way to encourage and inspire her students.