Our Workshops for Yoga Teachers delve into specific topics to enhance your teaching skills and personal practice. Each unique workshop is designed to expand your knowledge through yoga practice, meditation, reflection and discussion. Topics include functional anatomy, hands on assisting, pre and post natal, philosophy, anxiety and depression. Many workshops are eligible for CEUs.
Thursday, October 2, 6:15pm
Presentation begins at 6:30pm. RSVP
For those interested in becoming a yoga teacher, enhancing a previous training or simply deepening their own practice and knowledge. There is a new non-academic option for those not intending to teach. Please enquire.
Friday, October 25, with Shari Stein
Chair Yoga is a viable and refreshing alternative to yoga on the mat. We will ground, breathe and lengthen our spines as we would in any yoga session, and creatively adapt the poses for a wide range of students, from residents of assisted living facilities, to those in business suits enjoying yoga during the lunch hour. This workshop is suitable for yoga students and teachers who wish to expand their repertoire to include Chair Yoga. Guided meditation and breathing practices are included.
Saturday, October 26 – Sunday, October 27
with Monica Voss, Tama Soble, Shari Stein and Della Croteau
Saturday, 1:00pm-6:30pm, Sunday, 10:30am-5:00pm, $325
As the population ages, teachers must inform themselves about natural changes in the body as well as common conditions such as osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. Changes in outlook also occur in older students as they contemplate their lives and goals. Through practice, discussion and analysis, we will explore these and other issues of aging and create intelligent and supportive options in order to instruct older students holistically with energy, knowledge and empathy.
Empowering the Aging Body is intended for certified and non-certified yoga and meditation teachers, teachers-in-training, health professionals, therapists, social workers and interested students of yoga. CEU’s awarded through Yoga Alliance.
Sunday, November 3, with Mariko Tanabe
10:30am–5:00pm, $65/morning only, $120/full day
Through movement, touch and meditation, discover the clarity, support and freedom that awareness and release of ligaments and fascia can bring to your movement and physical presence.
This workshop is open to bodyworkers, people with movement practices, and to all who have an interest in exploring self and the body. No previous experience is required.
Sunday, November 10, with Tama Soble
Learn how to adapt yoga poses to the precise needs of your body or those of your students by applying basic anatomical principles. Reconnect with body and breath using gentle practices that acknowledge functional anatomy and the unique nature of each body. This workshop is open to students and teachers at all levels of experience.
November 15 – 17, 2019, with Tama Soble
Shared Room (2- 3/room) $510 (pp)
Join fellow teachers for a weekend of asana, pranayama, and walking meditation. Exchange ideas. Develop and deepen your own practice and teaching. Teachers and teacher trainees of any level of experience are welcome.
Sunday, December 8, with Monica Voss
Practising yoga at home can be a refuge and a way of reconnecting to ourselves. In this workshop we will design themes for home practice, explore sequences of yoga postures, the rationale behind them and our personal responses to them. We will discuss the challenges and the joys of our time alone with yoga. Teachers and interested students of yoga are welcome to attend.
Friday, December 13, with Monica Voss
1:00pm – 3:00pm, $40
Making sounds, whether deliberate or spontaneous, is a strategy the body/brain/mind uses to release stress and restore energy. In this workshop, we will practise a variety of structured and non-structured sound-making to rediscover the voice as a tool for relaxation, empowerment and self-expression.
This workshop is open to everyone.