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10/04/2015 to 10/16/2015
Devarshi Steven Hartman
A 2-Part, 200-Hour Certification Program

This workshop has been cancelled.

Would you like to teach yoga to anyone, regardless of their experience or ability—not just the young, strong, and flexible? Are you seeking a nondogmatic approach based on solid principles that encompass the full breadth and depth of yoga?

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/04/2015 to 10/09/2015
Biff Mithoefer
A Teacher Training

Teaching is about connection. To connect deeply with our students, family, and others in our lives, we must first connect with ourself.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/09/2015 to 10/11/2015

Yoga of 12-Step Recovery (Y12SR), created by recovery specialist Nikki Myers, is a relapse prevention program that combines the principles of the 12-step program, the trauma healing methods of Somatic Experiencing, and the body-based approaches of

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/09/2015 to 10/11/2015
Asana as Metaphor

In Katonah Yoga, asana is seen as metaphor. How you move through a forward bend, for example, reflects how you move forward—or don’t—in your daily life.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/16/2015 to 10/18/2015
Kirsten Adelia Collins

Forrest Yoga Formula for Change provides clear and effective tools for embracing healthy and effective shifts in your life—such as working through the end of a relationship, or contemplating a new job.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/23/2015 to 10/25/2015
Colleen Saidman
A Journey Into Asana, Meditation & Pranayama

Yoga has long been recognized as a spiritual and physical journey to experience life directly and be at peace.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY

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10/04/2015 to 10/16/2015
Devarshi Steven Hartman
A 2-Part, 200-Hour Certification Program

This workshop has been cancelled.

Would you like to teach yoga to anyone, regardless of their experience or ability—not just the young, strong, and flexible? Are you seeking a nondogmatic approach based on solid principles that encompass the full breadth and depth of yoga?

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/04/2015 to 10/09/2015
Biff Mithoefer
A Teacher Training

Teaching is about connection. To connect deeply with our students, family, and others in our lives, we must first connect with ourself.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/09/2015 to 10/11/2015

Yoga of 12-Step Recovery (Y12SR), created by recovery specialist Nikki Myers, is a relapse prevention program that combines the principles of the 12-step program, the trauma healing methods of Somatic Experiencing, and the body-based approaches of

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/09/2015 to 10/11/2015
Asana as Metaphor

In Katonah Yoga, asana is seen as metaphor. How you move through a forward bend, for example, reflects how you move forward—or don’t—in your daily life.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/16/2015 to 10/18/2015
Kirsten Adelia Collins

Forrest Yoga Formula for Change provides clear and effective tools for embracing healthy and effective shifts in your life—such as working through the end of a relationship, or contemplating a new job.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/23/2015 to 10/25/2015
Colleen Saidman
A Journey Into Asana, Meditation & Pranayama

Yoga has long been recognized as a spiritual and physical journey to experience life directly and be at peace.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY

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We are intensely habitual creatures, and many of our habits don't serve us. Most of us have pain because we've fallen into bad patterns: physical, emotional, and spiritual ones. To heal pain, we need to break those patterns, which can be surprisingly challenging. Don't believe me? Try this: clasp your hands. Look at which thumb and forefinger are on top. Now, interlace your fingers again with the other thumb and forefinger on top. That weird, awkward, uncomfortable feeling? It's called change. And it's hard. More

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