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Fascia Awareness in Yoga & Movement – Keys to Enhancing Soft Tissue Resilience and Releasing Chronic Tension Patterns

Add a new dimension to your yoga practice by integrating fascia awareness and a mindfulness-based approach to movement! Fascia Awareness in Yoga & Movement online course for yoga teachers: If you have ever been curious about the body/mind aspect of yoga and how it can help you or your students, this program is for you. Study […]

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Myofascial Yoga, Biotensegrity and unlocking human potential

Mindfulness-based Yoga therapy for athletes Are you an athlete looking to improve performance? Or are you a yoga teacher and drawn to work with athletes? In this module, you will learn how to apply advanced myofascial yoga, biotensegrity, and mindfulness-based yoga therapy to unlocking human potential. We will cover how to effectively work with athletes […]

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Mindfulness based yoga therapy for athletes

Why is fascia awareness and mindfulness relevant to athletes? So many reasons, but here are two of the big ones: 1. A mindfulness-based movement practice is shown to boost executive function more than meditation and aerobic exercise alone. This means that for sports (like hockey) requiring quick anticipation and adaptation to continuously changing situations, athletes […]

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An Introduction to Myofascial Yoga

An Introduction to Myofascial Yoga October 17th & 18th  2019  In this intensive you will: ~ Understand the many principles of Myofascial Yoga, and how to incorporate it into your current yoga (and life!) practice ~ Deepen into an effective mindfulness meditation practice ~ Integrate mindfulness and body awareness into your everyday life ~ Discover how […]

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Nature Yoga Retreat

July 5 – 7 2019 Three-Day Rocky Mountain Retreat What do you really want? Often I find that when a person sits down to ponder this question, the answer is almost always to be happy, to be peaceful, and to feel well. The pace of modern society rushes on faster and faster, with little time for […]

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Myofascial Yoga: Fascia-Liquids

Fun Fascia Fact: About 7.5 liters of fluid moves through the extracellular matrix each day. (That’s a lot, considering we only hold 4.5 liters of blood at a time!) When your fascia is restricted, it limits the flow of fluid. Imagine a sponge wrapped up tightly with elastic bands and thrown into a sink full […]

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Myofascial Yoga Adjustments for Teachers

Adjustments in yoga have become more and more commonplace in classes, but are we doing them properly? Find out how you can engage your student’s entire fascia system with hands-on adjustments during this module. YA credits are available for continuing CEUs, or it can be used toward your yoga teacher training certification.  “You are working […]

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The Neuroscience of Meditation Weekend Workshop*

This weekend we will draw some important parallels between modern scientific insights and ancient wisdom. Dive into the 8 limbs of yoga where we will discover the effects of spiritual practice on the brain and body. We welcome a very special guest teacher to this workshop: Neuroscience professor and long time meditator Marjorie Hines Woollacott, […]

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Biotensegrity-Focused Movement for Yoga Teachers

Biotensegrity-Focused Movement for Yoga Teachers   – Are you ready to bump your understanding of fascia up to a new level?   – Do you ever wonder how you could move with greater ease, efficiency, and joy? – Is injury or chronic pain a regular feature in your life or your clients lives? Join us […]

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Myofascial Yoga And Functional Anatomy For Yoga Teachers

Myofascial Yoga And Functional Anatomy For Yoga Teachers*   Are you ready for anatomy to be exciting??   Anatomy is often hard to learn, reduced to a series of parts to be memorized and labelled. But what if it could be alive, dynamic, and directly relatable to your own body and the movements you make […]

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