Workshops 2010

Kathryn Payne – The Vayus, focusing on Prana Vayu and Samana Vayu. The Yoga Community, Kennewick, Washington.

November 5-7, 2010

George Purvis – The Peroneus. Taj Yoga, Seattle, Washington

September 24-26, 2010

Tias Little – Freeing the Foundation: Feet, Ankles and Knees. 8 Limbs Yoga, Seattle, Washington.

September 10-12, 2010

    Judith Hanson Lasater & Roger Cole – Relax and Renew ® Teacher Training. Yoga Tree Studio, San Francisco, California.

    July 19-23, 2010

    Sonia Nelson – Vedic Chanting, Creating Change Through Sound. Sound Yoga Studio, Seattle, Washington.

    June 25-27, 2010

    Kathryn Payne – Sanskrit Training, Part II. Sound Yoga Studio, Seattle, Washington.

    May 29, 2010

    Sanskrit is integral to yoga – its pure and sacred sounds essential for harmonizing and balancing the mind.  This Sanskrit training will teach you how to approach the language of yoga – as a yoga – that is both enjoyable and inspiring. The first step in learning Sanskrit is to develop an intimacy with its sounds; become familiar with their exact location, feeling their force and power, and the unique way they vibrate the palate and engage the breath. Above all, enjoying sound is at the heart of our program.

    Dr. Robert Svoboda & Dr. Scott Blossom – Yoga & Ayurveda, Cultivating Prana

    May 22 & 23, 2010

    Yoga traditions both Indian and Taoist view the life force, known as prana or chi, as the foundation of the body and mind. Both systems offer us simple ways for understanding, feeling, and cultivating this power within us. Though one may develop some degree of physical ability, without understanding prana the deeper aspects of yoga will remain dormant.

    The ancient hatha yoga texts offer direct insight into how we can practice yoga to align ourselves with the currents and rhythms of our prana. From this perspective yoga practice becomes not only a way to live in greater harmony with the laws of the physical body and world but as well a means to recognize the power of our minds and hearts.

    Theresa Elliott & Noel Caraig, PT – Theory and Practice of Sacroiliac Stability in Yoga. Taj Yoga Studio, Seattle, Washington.

    February 12 – 14, 2010

    In-depth look at the complexities of the low back and sacroiliac in a field that tests this region to the fullest: yoga. Participants will learn anatomy and assessment skills, apply it to Every Day Asana (posture) and work into a classic yoga practice.

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