Yoga Studies Immersion
Workshops to thrive and grow in yoga and your life
Awaken your curiosity, and learn practical ways to move towards a healthier you!
Are you curious about your body and how our anatomy supports movement? Want to know more about practicing yoga in an innovative way that is both accessible, fun and safe? Choose one weekend or several to delve into the subjects that interest you. Join us for a deep dive into the amazing world of anatomy, biomechanics and the systems of our body and how they work! In 2019, workshops will focus on specific asana and the subtle energies of yoga: chakras, mantra, mudras and nidra. Ayurveda, restorative yoga and adapting the practice to fit your body will be additional offerings.
Take a weekend of interactive study or the entire unit (three weekends) on the subjects of interest to you. Workshops are great way to learn, grow and explore in community, have your questions answered and awaken your mind in new ways. These workshop are open to all regardless of experience or expertise. Expand your knowledge in a learning environment that is fun, active and innovative.
ALREADY A TEACHER-LOOKING TO CONTINUE YOUR EDUCATION?
Our trainings are a great way to delve into a topic that you'd like learn more about without committing to a full training. Yoga Alliance Continuing Education hours are available for all classes attended.
Here's what one of our participants shares:
"To all of you who are interested in acquiring more information and experience in your yoga practice but are not thinking of becoming an instructor, do not hesitate to sign up for a section or a day of this instruction as suits your interest or curiosity. There is a welcome place for your yoga mat in this program. I was primarily interested in the section dealing with anatomy and was introduced to the whole internal world of muscles, joints and bones. Now when I participate in a class, I can visualize which muscle group is being worked and understand how to strengthen without injuring. But, as with me, you will find that no matter what takes you into this instruction, you will find much more. Each lesson that I attended dealt plenty with postures, but there were also bigger lessons that touched on the deeper purposes and meaning of a yoga practice. From the first conscious breath to the closing om shanti, shanti, shanti, it is a rich experience..."
2018 Dates and Subjects:
Sept . 16-17 Functional Anatomy: Annamaykosha Bones, Joints . Anatomical Markers, Tadasana, balasana- “why” rather than “how”
October 6-7 Durgha Pranayama, Anatomy of the breath, Stress Response, Directions of movement, lymph, Fascia, Anatomy of spine, shoulders,
November 10-11 Anatomy of the hips, legs feet, ankles, psoas. Skin. How we add movement using anatomical principles
2019 Dates and Subjects
January 5-6 Developing balance in the body and life. How crawling affects us today. Eyes, ear and brain development. Anatomy of Hands
January 19-20 Folding forward and bending back. Hamstrings, sacroilliac and anatomy of the ankle and feet Changing traditional poses to provide sustainable movement
February 9-10 Warrior series, making the asana fit the body. Moving with strength and alignment
February 23-24 Sequencing Putting in all together, Kappalbatthi, Gunas and mudra
March 9-10 Energies of the body and spirit Chakras, Koshas, Nadis, Mantra, Pain in the physical and subtle bodies
March 23-24 Ethics and business of teaching yoga, Communications skills, effective messaging and creating inspiration . Meditation
UNIT FOUR: SETTING A THEME: YOGA IN DEPTH
Yoga nidra and restorative yoga
Ayurveda-Science of life
Yoga for back, shoulder, neck injury
Practicum-assisting, observing, bringing your skills to light
(2019) April 5-7 -- April 12-14 -- April 26-28
$250-Saturday and Sunday only (14 CEU hours)* .
Karen Quinn, ERYT500, Certified Yoga Therapist, Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner is the lead instructor for this training. She brings 18 years and over 14,000 hours of teaching experience to create trainings rich in anatomy, alignment and ahimsa. Her emphasis is on sharing the many tools of yoga therapy that allow students to discover the wonder and ease of this ancient practice. In addition, we have assembled an incredible group of instructors with years of hands on experience to share their knowledge and expertise so that you can share with others the many gifts of yoga.
Jamie Hermansen, RYT500 is co-teaching this course. Jamie brings years of experience, enthusiasm and wisdom to her teaching. As owner of Rishi's Community Yoga, she has a unique perspective on the real-world applications of teaching yoga.
Rishi's Community Yoga, 2750 S Wadsworth Blvd. Denver, CO 80227. Ample free parking