Join for an afternoon dive into the powerful magic of silence.
In a culture mesmerized by consumerism and acceleration, choosing stillness is a radical act. New scientific research confirms what yogis have long known: slower and deeper breathing has significant benefits for our physical, emotional and psychological health.
The idea of this workshop is to combine breath with Restorative yoga, introspection with integration. All levels.
Please bring an eye cover, something to write some notes, and dress warmly. Theory and practice taught in english, questions welcome auf Deutsch.
We're so excited to share with you our newest digital training launching December 2017:
Movement Literacy for Yoga Teachers
with Judith Hanson Lasater Ph.D., P.T.
and Mary Richards MS, C-IAYT
To celebrate the launch, we're planning a Launch Week Workshop. This digital event is completely free and full of educational material. Enter your email below to sign up!
In the meantime, we're releasing a series of free YouTube videos called Today's Anatomy Question. In each video, anatomy expert Mary Richards answers relevant and practical questions like, how do you teach dog pose to different body types?
Have you been miss-treating your liver? Do your kidneys need some love? What about your poor tired intestines?
At the end of this Oktoberfest season, join Lizzie Lasater for an afternoon of recovery.
Using the wisdom of Restorative yoga, we will practice a quiet sequence designed to feed your organs and build your blood. This means some gentle Asana followed by deep Restorative and simple pranayama work.
All levels. Please bring an eye cover, your notebook, and dress warmly. Theory and practice taught in english, questions welcome auf Deutsch.