Soul of Body
Dec 4-11, 2019
This 8-day intensive is an interdisciplinary collection of teachings from masters in the fields of medicine, yoga, biology, and spirituality. You will further understand how mental, emotional, spiritual and physical states interact to create balance or imbalance in the body and learn how to restore balance through practice.
Soul of Life
April 15-24, 2020
This 10-day intensive is the other of our duo of interdisciplinary courses. All stages of life walk into your yoga class. Most students fit classes in where they can, often ignoring level or ability suggestions. Be prepared to safely address any students’ needs, at any age or stage of life, with accurate training.
Choose the 150 Hours that call to YOU!
Holistic Anatomy and Physiology of Yoga provides you with an understanding of structural anatomy and holistic physiology as it relates to yoga. The course is segmented by areas of the body. In each session you will explore common injuries, illnesses, and therapeutic practices associated with the topic.
Foundations of Ayurveda with Mas Vidal
July 11-14, 2019 plus 6 webinar dates • 50 hours
Ayurveda means the “science of life”; it is the study of life, balance and health as a spiritual practice. In this course you will learn to fine tune your awareness of your own innate constitution to establish harmony and balance and gain basic skills to apply this understanding to the lives of your clients and students.
Unleash Your Authentic Self with Tom Kelly
July 19-21, 2019 • 25 hours
Teach from your Heart! Speak your Spiritual Voice! Realize your Full Teaching Potential!
Yoga of Recovery with Durga Leela
July 26-August 1, 2019 • 50 hours
The first comprehensive course to combine Ayurveda and Yoga with traditional recovery tools to offer a more holistic mind, body, spirit approach to coping with addiction and self-destructive behaviors.
Teaching Yoga to Youth with Dana Damara
July 27-July 29, 2019 • 25 hours
Bringing yoga and mindfulness to the next generation.
Asana and the Physical Body with Leslie Kaminoff
August 23-25, 2019 • 19.5 hours
This workshop will provide students with an understanding of the therapeutic benefits of Asana for the body systems including digestion, circulation and respiration.
Spirit As Nature~Nature as Spirit with Chiara Stella
Aug 31-Sept 1, Nov 30-Dec 1, 2019 • 2-day sessions each season
This course is about embodying and reconnecting our life to the rhythms of Nature and the cosmos, and to flow with the pulse of life.
iRest Immersion with Ford Peck
September 6-8, 2019 • 15 hours
This iRest Immersion event is open to everyone; both experienced iRest practitioners and newcomers alike wishing to sample the fullness iRest has to offer for health, healing, and wholeness of being.
Prenatal Training with Flossie Park
September 20-22 & 24, 2019 • 25 hours
Whether you plan to teach prenatal classes or not, this training will prepare you to support pregnant women on and off the mat. Pregnancy is a naturally yogic state. The profound union between mother and baby naturally shifts a woman’s attention inward. Learn how to generate beneficial energy and to care for the pregnant body.
Healing Relationships with Nischala Joy Devi
September 27-October 1, 2019 • 30 hours
This course will teach you to perform a professional intake, how to use this information in a therapeutic context, and use it to develop your treatment plan. By work in dyads and on case studies you will understand the function of the yoga therapist and how to effectively deliver benefit. This course is crucial to working as a healer.
Chakras, Vayus & Systems of the Body with Dana Damara
October 10-13, 2019 • 35 hours
Dive Deep into the realm of the subtle reality … your energy system. Learn everything you need to know about 7 of the many chakras in your physical body and spiritual realm.
Deities, Goddesses, Mantra and Mudras with Dana Damara
November 1-3, 2019 • 25 hours
Tap into the healing and transformative energies of the Deities from the Hindu tradition. Through storytelling, ancient wisdom, sacred ritual and myth, we learn about energies that live and breathe in our own existence.
LifeForce Yoga for Mood Management with Amy Weintraub and Allie Middleton (Sold Out – waitlist only)
November 2-5, 2019 • 30 hours
LifeForce Yoga practices are evidence based and are supported by current psycho-neurobiology research. This training will teach you yogic practices used in healthcare settings for managing various psycho-emotional imbalances including anxiety, depression, panic attacks, trauma and OCD.
Breathing for Life: Principles, Practice and Foundations of Prāṇāyāma with Richard Miller, PhD
January 18-19, 2020 • 15 hours
This course covers the theory, structure, and in-depth practice of prāṇāyāma for health, healing, and awakening to our underlying Essential Nature.
Yin Yoga Foundations with Joe Barnett
January 23-25, 2020 • 25 hours
An Introduction to Leading a Practice of Surrender – Swan & Dragonfly Archetypes.
Yin Yoga Next Level with Joe Barnett
January 26-28, 2020 • 25 hours
This is an advanced practicum course centered on verbalization skills.
Up-Leveling Your Vinyasa Skills with Dana Damara
February 3-8, 2020 • 50 hours
Training focuses on safe assisting & adjustments, powerful inversions & arm balances and intuitive sequencing.
Transforming Trauma Through Yoga with Lauren Finerman
February 21-23, 2020 • 25 hours
Offering students the skills to understand how the experience of shock and trauma manifests in the body and mind. Students will learn how to use the sacred practice of yoga, along with the most recent research in somatic techniques, to transform the effects of trauma on the nervous system and body.
Restorative Yoga with Chiara Stella
May 11-13, 2020 • 25 hours
Provides the teacher with a clear understanding of the roles of the nervous system as well as the subtle energy body and how they relate to relaxation response.
Healing with the Chakras with Nischala Joy Devi
October 2-5, 2020 • 25 hours
This course will explore the nature of each chakra, its characteristics, temperaments, and their relationships with each other. For each center you will consider the associated modern maladies and examine the question, “Are they preventable or inevitable?”