FREE Meditation in the Japanese Garden, Wednesdays in October 6-7pm

Meditation in the Japanese Garden—Wednesdays in OctoberExplore the newly expanded Japanese Garden in City Park’s Botanical Gardens.  Now with a wrap-around deck and more meditation space. Part of the “Evenings with Enrique” the park is open later on Wednesdays with live music 5:30-8pm,admission to the Botanical Garden is free for locals, sponsored by the Helis Foundation.Would […]

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Shapes and Flow Advanced Alignment Intensive with Mikhayla Anderson

Inspire Your Teaching, Empower Your PracticeYou’ve completed your 200-hour teacher training, and you love teaching yoga. You feel like you have a basic grasp of alignment in your teaching.  But sometimes you wonder…do my students really get what I’m trying to convey? How do I articulate the nuances of postures in clear language? Am I […]

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300 Hour YTT: Continuing Education for Yoga Teachers

Sharpen Your Teaching Skills and Cultivate Your Wisdom Have you completed a teacher training?Are you astonished at how much you love helping your students transform?In your 200-hour training, you learned about yoga’s philosophy and history. You dipped your fingers into the deep pool of yoga’s wisdom. You’re comfortable teaching a basic yoga class and developing a […]

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3 Little-Known Facts About Yoga Teacher Trainings

So you love yoga. You love how it settles your mind. You love how it takes you out of your mind’s constant chatter. And those around you love how it makes you more patient and less snappy. Have you ever thought about how you can really unpack yoga and all it’s mysteries? Have you toyed with the idea of […]

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Should You Do A Yoga Training? By Cori Cooper

Cori Cooper completed our 2017-18 yoga teacher training. Though she had enrolled in earlier years, life got in the way. Read about how the training changed her life in this article in Elephant Journal.  Here’s the beginning of the article:Have you ever heard people say their yoga training changed their life, but they couldn’t really […]

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Wheel of the Year Workshops with AJ Durand

How do the months and weeks pass by with so many forgotten items left on the TO DO LIST? I want to go back to School/Quit My Job/Save for a down payment on a house but I need to get ORGANIZED… I want to be in a ROUTINE of practicing yoga and meditation but I […]

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The Art and Science of Therapeutic Adjustments with Bea Doyle

October 19-21, 2018Develop your sense of touch plus enhance the therapeutic nature of hands-on adjustments by unpacking the WHY, WHEN and HOW for each.  Sessions include a warm-up practice, basic anatomy review, and ample time for practicing adjustments.  Sunday’s session is devoted to your self-care with the bonus of learning myofascial release techniques using Yoga […]

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Christina Sell Workshop December 15-16 2018

Bolstered From Within: Asana for Inner and Outer StrengthAs much as yoga practice can offer us a “time-out” from the stresses of life, yoga also offers a clear pathway for taking what Christina Sell refers to as a “time-in.” Practicing yoga as a “time-in” returns us- sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly– to the source of our […]

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Yoga Mat Side Training Program for Teachers

Yoga is for every body. But the typical group vinyasa class is not always accessible to everyone.The Balance Yoga Mat Side program is for yoga teachers who are interested in refining their teaching skills to work with special populations and individuals with specific physical limitations.The core of the Mat Side program is the idea that through […]

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