Upcoming Classes & Events:
- Hatha Yoga Workshops — all levels, mixed levels, can be designed for athletes
— Gentle and Restorative Yoga
— Healing Hatha Yoga
- Yoga and Ayurveda for Self-Healing — Ayurveda, the ‘science of life’ and sister science of Yoga – has been called our path to balance. Participants will practice and learn ways to promote good health through self-healing, using Ayurvedic techniques of breathing, yoga and meditation. Focus will be on developing a daily routine and home practice based upon Ayurvedic principles.
- Savasana: Resting in Yoga Nidra
— It is said that one hour of Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep, is equal to four hours of normal sleep and is the secret of great yogis both today and in the past.
— “YinYang” begins with a fiery “Yang” (vinyasa) practice to build heat in the body. This heat prepares the body to then melt deeply into luscious “Yin” Yoga (restorative, deep release) and Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep.
- Chakra Balancing
— hatha yoga to stimulate and open the seven main chakras of the body, starting from the base of the spine to the crown of the head
- Yoga: the Power of Consciousness – Strength from a Higher Source
In 2004, at the age of 48, I swam from England to France and back to England – non-stop, no wetsuit. How did I do it? We’ll look at how in this workshop. You will learn the same practices I used to enable me to finish this swim.
Working with the energy, or Prana body, we will access a power source of a different kind through some dynamic breath-based practice, developing our pranic intelligence. Participants will learn how to manage mental activity – we are the master, not our mind – and find strength and endurance, all the while steady in ‘the zone’ of moment-to-moment awareness.
- Teaching Restorative Yoga
— taking your students deeper
- Teaching Yoga for Athletes
— developing pranic intelligence
- The Power of Consciousness
— yoga philosophy
- Anatomy of the Energy Body
— chakras, nadis & koshas
- Teaching with Sanskrit
— the language of yoga
— asana names, correct pronunciation
— read and write the Devanagari alphabet
“The purpose of life is to grow, expand, and realize one’s true identity.”