During Stage 1 of the provincial reopening we are permitted to teach in-person classes out of doors. Please register for all outdoor classes. We will resume in-person classes at the Studio as soon as possible.
We will continue a range of online classes, workshops, and Teacher Training all offered through Zoom. And we hope you continue to enjoy our pre-recorded Home Practice audios and videos.
Please check this space for updates or send us an email if you have questions. Take good care and we look forward to welcoming you back to the Studio soon.
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.
Saturday, June 19 – Sunday, June 20 with Monica Voss and Tama Soble
Saturday, 1:30pm-4:00pm ET, Sunday, 10:00am-12:30pm and 1:30pm-4:00pm ET
$165/full workshop, $60/per session
Spend a weekend exploring all aspects of the spine – its anatomy, connection to the breath, energy, movement and texture and the imagery that has traditionally supported it. Each of the three segments of the workshop will focus on a particular neurological movement of the spine and the yoga postures that pertain to and illustrate it, as follows:
Saturday pm, Spinal flexion/Forward bends
Sunday am, Spinal extension/Backbends
Sunday pm, Spinal rotation and lateral bending/Twists and Side stretching
To tease out our previous knowledge of the spine and assimilate new ideas, we’ll use lecture, asana, discussion, breathing practice, relaxation techniques and meditation.
Sunday, July 25, Tuesday, July 27 and Wednesday, July 28, with Monica Voss and Tama Soble
Sunday, 10:00am-12:30pm and Tuesday and Wednesday, 6:30pm-9:00pm ET, $175/full workshop, $65/Sunday morning. All sessions on Zoom.
Spend time exploring the art of teaching yoga to beginners. Learn the principles behind adapting postures and breathing practices, the importance of variety and flexibility in language and description, and how to use the integrated principles of grounding, breathing and releasing the spine in order to guide beginning students toward reflective and independent practice.