with Cora Wen
The Chinese view of human health differs from the Western view,by focusing attention on the function rather than the form of the vital organs. Western medical human physiology is based upon the anatomical locations of various organs, while the Chinese concept of ‘organs’ includes a specific type of energy that infuses each organ, as well as the energy meridians that channel organ energies to and from other parts of the body. more »
Follow your dreams of becoming a yoga instructor, while working full time!
with Katrin Kuttner
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Become more alert, receptive, connected, grounded, centered, uplifted and present by using therapeutic grade essential oils in your yoga practice. more »
with Gabbriella Yates and Paula Gelbart
The shoulder girdle affords us considerable movement so that we may move our arms without effort or thought. more »
Back to Balance:
Ayurvedic Eating for Balance and Health
with Holly Zoffoli
After the holidays, we may experience a let down, combined with the incentive to find balance for the new year. Back to Balance is a workshop steeped in the teachings of Ayurveda while also giving consideration to our busy modern lifestyles.
Core Module One for YGSF500
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Through daily asana, pranayama and meditation practice, experience the transformational power of the 5 Prana Vayus as you begin to viscerally understand how the flow of Prana works in your body. more »
December 12, 13, and 14 ONLY
Give the gift that says “unwind” to the stressed-out and over-worked who are difficult to shop for. more »
with Dustin McCallister and Elaine Oyang
If you frequent a Vinyasa, Power, or any form of “Flow” class, chances are you are all-too familiar with Surya Namaskara (Sun Salutation), including the dreaded chaturanga dandasana (low plank). more »