September 8th – October 13th, 2017: This 6-week LoveYourBrain yoga series enables people who have experienced a traumatic brain injury (TBI), and those who support them to participate in community-based gentle yoga and meditation classes tailored to their needs.
September 15- 17, 2017: In this training, we will practice moving through fragmentation and toward love, even when it is uncomfortable. When we recognize our wholeness, we begin to create a community, and a culture, that is whole. Let us look at who we truly are, see ourselves in others, and practice the challenging but necessary task of loving.
Sept. 18- Oct. 30, 2017: When the pelvis and pelvic floor are aligned and healthy the pelvic organs function more efficiently and vitality streams more freely through the whole system. In this six week series we will spend time exploring the pelvis in an effort to find natural alignment, while we learn to relax what is tight and to strengthen what is weak.
Sept 24-Oct 15: Law Enforcement Officers, Corrections Officers, State Troopers, Fire Fighters and EMT’s are all welcome in this class series designed to provide a safe, inclusive environment for learning the basics of yoga among a group of Peers.
September 28+ October 5, 2017:
THIS IS A Peace & Justice Center EVENT LOCATED AT CVU.
Develop a strategy for self-care as an activist. Emphasis is on developing skills in meditation, deep listening, and what Gandhi called “soul force.” We will explore ways to see and act on a sense of common humanity that lies deeper than conflict.
October 21 and 22, 2017: Join Nevine Michaan for a weekend immersion in the foundation and philosophy of Katonah Yoga. Nevine’s practical approach entwines the body, the breath and the imagination.
October 29: Each session will consist of a Restorative Yoga practice followed by open discussion. Share what works and support one another in the often confusing, baffling and isolating path to wellness with Lyme.
October 29, 2017: This workshop includes gentle movement, restorative poses, self-massage, aromatherapy and a journey into the ancient practice of Yoga Nidra. Each class includes the sounds of Tibetan Singing bowls, adding a deep layer of relaxation through sound therapy.
Nov 4-5, 2017: Within this weekend intensive we will discuss the practice of holding space with our individual clients through postures and sequencing, the art of touch, and vibrations of silence and sound through various types of meditation including mantra repetition, somatic experiencing, meta-meditations, and silent, watchful, listening.
November 12, 2017: In this workshop we will develop awareness by exploring the practices of mindfulness and lovingkindness meditation. No prior experience is necessary. If you are ambivalent about meditation, or have tried it and concluded you are no good at it, this workshop will be particularly valuable for you.
December 1-3, 2017: In this weekend workshop Emily will outline the framework of the koshas and break down how to teach Yin Yoga, including its philosophy, meditative qualities, and mechanics of the foundational poses. You will learn how to create a space ripe for exploration, self acceptance and stillness while understanding the mechanics and process behind the practice.
March 16-18, 2018: Join master teacher Rolf Gates for a dynamic weekend of vinyasa, meditation, pranayama and lecture/discussion as we explore the practices that create a life that works.
Cancellation policy: Once you have purchased a workshop there are no refunds. We offer you studio credit with at least one week's notice of cancellation. Workshops are transferable to another student.