Living in Your Truth: How Wild It Is to Let It Be
with Becky 'Tara' Eschenroeder, E-RYT 500, RCYT, YACEP
October 26 - 28, 2018
Navigate toward freedom from discontentment, attachments, and self-doubt by cultivating trust and acceptance during this weekend of self-exploration.
How much time do you spend moving toward where you want to be verses being content with where you are? What do you cling to mentally, physically, or emotionally? How could letting go of what you’re clinging to allow you to live more fully and deeply?
Explore these questions and begin to work toward answers as you contemplate yogic philosophy and the chakras (energy centers) for guidance in trust and acceptance.
- Gain understanding of the chakras and explore the 3rd and 4th chakras, manipura (the power center) and anahata (the heart center), in relation to the idea of trusting and letting go
- Apply the philosophy of two of the niyamas (observances), santosha (contentment), and isvara pranidhana (surrender), to your life
- Find acceptance and contentment within as you partake in visualization, discussion, journaling, and Yoga Nidra
- Experience a rhythmic Vinyasa
During this weekend, you will work from the inside out to discover how to cultivate trust and contentment, no matter what life may have to offer you.
Stripping away the distractions of everyday life, we will tune in to the ever-present and universal truth that lies within.
This workshop was a profoundly spiritual and transformative experience. Becky integrated lecture, discussion, asana practice, music, and meditation in perfect proportion. I highly recommend this program to anyone seeking to deepen their Yoga practice. — Sarah Ravin
This was my first experience at Yogaville. Becky’s high level of expertise and compassion shone through every moment. The supporting staff took good care of me and the food and environment were beautiful. I am deeply grateful for the weekend. — Nayantara Kabir
Becky was gracious, compassionate, and inspiring. She created a safe and loving environment for self-exploration. [She was] totally present and available to everyone. She has a totally fresh and creative approach to healing through Yoga. — Past Participant
Becky—a Richmond Virginia native—is an accomplished yogi who is recognized as a 500-hour E-RYT, RCYT, YACEP, and who was voted as one of the top three Yoga instructors by Richmond Magazine in 2015. Becky studied under Arlene Bjork and Grace Yoga Training Systems prior to Arlene’s passing in late 2009. Becky then obtained her 500-hour E-RYT through Om On Yoga under the guidance and wisdom of Jennifer Elliot. It is through this experience that she made the commitment to be a full-time Yoga teacher. Becky made the conscious decision to dedicate her life to bringing her love of Yoga, movement,…
Learn more about Becky ‘Tara’ Eschenroeder, E-RYT 500, RCYT, YACEP