with Bhavani Marcia Miller, E-RYT 500
Official time for check-in: 4 pm and check-out: 2 pm
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.
Practices will include asana that respects joints and chronic sore places while safely building strength, balance, suppleness, and stamina. We’ll focus on practices that are sustainable for aging bodies with youthful hearts. We’ll move all body parts each day and then rest deeply in poses that leave us feeling open, refreshed, and ready for the next adventure.
Using her years of therapeutic Yoga experience, Marcia will show you ways to care for your body, including Meditation and breathing practices that bring clarity, attention, and integration.
Appropriate for people over 50 who want to continue caring for themselves physically, emotionally, and spiritually. You must be able to get on and off the mat (but it need not be graceful!)
I wanted a yoga introduction geared to someone of a certain age. … The instructor gave 100%. —Past Participant
About the Instructor
Bhavani Marcia Miller has been teaching yoga for forty years. She has taught all levels and types of students, from new beginners, to yoga teachers, and everyone in between. In 2001 Marcia was one of the founders/owners of Yoga on High. She is one of a few Master Teacher Trainers for the Urban Zen Integrative Therapy Trainings and directs the year-long trainings in Columbus.
She also co-directs the 200- and the 300-hour Hatha Teacher Training Program and is lead teacher for the Therapeutic Teacher Training Program. She designed and taught the Yoga protocol for two large Ohio State University research projects—one researching the effect of Yoga on the immune system and the other on the benefits of Yoga for women recovering from breast cancer.
In 2008 Marcia took the lead in founding the Yoga on High Foundation as a way to serve all populations of people in her community, including low-income children, homeless veterans, and populations traumatized by sexual violence.