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10/15/2017 to 10/20/2017
Embracing the Yin Path

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

Through the powerful practice of Yin Yoga, and by exploring the wisdom of the archetypes of the...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/22/2017 to 10/27/2017
Hatha, Bhakti & Karma Yoga for Women

Awaken the sacred feminine within and help bring healing to the world through the ancient practices of yoga.

In a safe and nurturing environment, immerse yourself in practical techniques based on the classical teachings of hatha yoga (...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/27/2017 to 10/29/2017
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. To further your journey, spend this weekend exploring asana, meditation, and pranayama with two of the nation’s most respected yoga...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY

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10/15/2017 to 10/20/2017
Embracing the Yin Path

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

Through the powerful practice of Yin Yoga, and by exploring the wisdom of the archetypes of the...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/22/2017 to 10/27/2017
Hatha, Bhakti & Karma Yoga for Women

Awaken the sacred feminine within and help bring healing to the world through the ancient practices of yoga.

In a safe and nurturing environment, immerse yourself in practical techniques based on the classical teachings of hatha yoga (...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/27/2017 to 10/29/2017
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. To further your journey, spend this weekend exploring asana, meditation, and pranayama with two of the nation’s most respected yoga...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY

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Omega Institute Living Jivamukti Yoga
An Interview With Sharon Gannon and David Life
Omega: You met as artists in New York City in the early 1980s. How did studying and teaching yoga transform your life at that time? Sharon: Yoga informed our life. It provided us something to do together, which was creative, the ultimate creative adventure: self-realization. More
person doing headstand in snow
1. Sneha—oiling the body, nose, and ears in the evening is nourishing and fortifying for the muscles and connective tissues. As our bodies are exposed to cold and wind, our pores and fascia tighten and roughen in response. Oiling the orifices of the head helps the sensory pathways stay balanced. Favor kapha massage oil, ashwagandha-bala oil, or sesame oil.  2. Do dry-brushing a few times a week to invigorate the tissues and move stagnant lymph and blood. More
Rob: What are some of your ideas about, or hopes for, the future of yoga service in America in the next decade? More
6 Yoga Service Teachers Share Their Answers
Omega Institute How Has Yoga Changed Your Life?: 12 Yoga Service Teachers Share Their Answers
12 Yoga Service Teachers Share Their Answers
Omega Institute Dancing Meditation 101
What it is: Dancing meditation helps you cultivate a sense of oneness as you focus on the music and rhythms of the dance. The practice can be quiet and meditative or ecstatic, rhythmic, and trance-inducing. Some forms of dancing meditation encourage you to interact with others, sing, or make noise as you dance.   More
Omega Institute Asana As Activism: An Introduction to Jivamukti Yoga
An Introduction to Jivamukti Yoga
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Omega Institute Seeking Higher Self by Beryl Bender Birch
The Journey Within
Yoga is simple. It only takes a little attention, a little practice every day, and soon we realize we have developed a regular practice. We meditate for ten or fifteen minutes every morning; we do a regular asana practice. We use the breathing exercises or a yoga nidra recording to relax and calm the mind. More
Is Your Yoga Really Working? by Hala Khouri
You know your yoga practice is working when your life gets better, not when your yoga gets better. You know who I’m talking about. Maybe this was you; maybe this is you—the mala bead wearing, namaste talkin', slightly arrogant, super neurotic, I-never-eat-meat-refined-flour-or-nonorganic-food type. The person who looks down on anyone who doesn’t do yoga, isn’t vegan, has “negative energy,” or has a corporate job. More

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