with Sean Feit It isn’t all in your head; trauma affects the totality of our embodied experience.
by David Nelson In this Master Class, I will attempt to demonstrate a guided progression from outer body to inner awareness through a basic asana and pranayama practice. The class will be taught in the style of BKS Iyengar. It can be challenging for adept students and will be accessible for … Read More
Hey, check out our new promotional video for YGSF 200-hour teacher training and let us know what you think!
I just found on my computer this old promotional video for Yoga Garden. I’m especially taken by the paper welcome sign stuffed into a sheet protector. Homey. Thanks to Sabrina Lundquist who, without warning, stepped out of her yoga class to make the testimonial like a perfect pro.
Video: Yoga Garden SF co-founder and Director of Teacher Training talks about his personal experience with starting a yoga practice and how it has affected his life over the past 15 years. Excerpt of an interview by Michelle Myhre.
Video: Why would someone choose to practice or teach Iyengar Yoga? Yoga Garden SF co-founder and Director of Teacher Training talks about his reasons and experience.
Congratulations to the class of October 2011:
David Nelson (instructor), Eric Jordan, Jennifer Lee, Zohreh Sadeghi, Alexandra Stokes, Richa Agrawal, Claire Reuss, Tamar Ran, Courtney Fearon, Michelle Grambeau, Annie Orthlieb, Irina Klay , Alfonso Castano and Michelle Myhre (instructor) in San Francisco, California.
Here’s a two minute video about why people take a yoga teacher training.
with David Nelson Yoga practitioners wishing to become yoga teachers or yoga teachers wishing to improve their teaching skills are encouraged to take this weekend workshop to learn basic skills to make their teaching more effective. These classes introduce key competencies that are then practiced in a supportive, critical environment.
Ok, this isn’t yoga news at all, but if you want to see a picture of my daughters in the Chronicle, click through the article’s gallery. Also, featured is Randall Koll, interior designer and long-time YGSF student. A consumer craving for classical comfort Anh-Minh Le, Special to The Chronicle Saturday, … Read More
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