March 13 - 18, 2023 (In Person)
Practice Week 2:
March 27 - April 1, 2023 (In Person)
Our greatest progress comes from periods of immersive practice and study. These periods give our everyday lives the inspiration they need to keep moving forward.
Practice Week is period of intensive yoga practice and study. Each day consists of two physical/asana practices, including Intermediate and Advanced asana, Pranayama, Meditation and discussion.
Discussions include philosophy, anatomy, physiology, history, theory, progressing your practice and developing a home practice.
Practice Week qualifies for 52 hours of Continuing Education Credit with Yoga Alliance and the Original Hot Yoga Association. You will receive a certificate upon completion.
Practice Week 2 is open to anyone who as already participated in a Practice Week. Practice Week 1 is open all including anyone new to Practice Week.
March 20-25, 2023
Improve your connection and communication with your students. Make your teaching more sustainable.
At Teaching 26+2 you will learn teaching techniques including how to see what your students are doing, how to read a student's posture, which instructions to give and why, how to give corrections & adjustments, how use your breath and how to use your voice.
You will also learn anatomy, body mechanics, physiology and history that illuminate the therapeutic purpose of individual postures and the overall arc of a yoga class.
Teaching 26+2 qualifies for 44 hours of Continuing Education Credit with Yoga Alliance and the Original Hot Yoga Association. You will receive a certificate upon completion.
HISTORY & PHILOSOPHY WEEK
Understanding the components and progression of yoga history and philosophy is vital to its practice and teaching. Since yoga is an old and diverse subject, it can be overwhelming and confusing.
At Yoga History & Philosophy Week you will learn the major concepts in the history of yoga, tracing their development through time. We will begin with the oldest known ideas in the Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita and Yoga Sutras, which present a roughly coherent view.
Then we will progress to the innovations of tantra and the rise of hathayoga. These philosophies and systems give us many of the values that are the foundation of current yogic forms.
Yoga History & Philosophy Week qualifies for 16 hours of Continuing Education credit with both Yoga Alliance and the Original Hot Yoga Association.