Category Archive: Specialized Yoga Training

8 Tips for the Traveling Yogi: Keeping Up Your Yoga Practice

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By Katie Papo (Ambika) Just because you’re breaking free from your regular routine doesn’t mean you need to leave your yoga at home. Try these tips the next time you travel. 1. Create an intention. Remember why you practice yoga. To cultivate good health? A balanced mind? Compassion toward others? You’re a yogi, so you …

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Exploring Alignment in Yoga with Steven Weiss

Please share what you do in 10-15 words: I explore and teach the relationship between structural alignment and healthy function of the body. Why do you do what you do? I have been a long time yoga practitioner and doctor of chiropractic. Both Iields overlap wonderfully in understanding the therapeutic value of alignment. Yoga has …

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Watch: An Investment Banker-Turned Yogi Brings Healing to War Vets

—video interview and blog post by Sura (suracenter.com) Molly Birkholm was an investment banker in New York City when she nearly died in a serious taxi cab accident. After an SUV struck them sideways while running a red light, Molly experienced near-death injuries, enduring a fractured skull and a severe spinal injury. After witnessing her …

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Teaching Yoga and Relaxation to Children, by Mira Binzen

“Why practice yoga?” I asked the children at the beginning of our yoga class at Bloom Yoga Studio last week. “How do you think it helps you?” Hands shot into the air. A six-year-old boy wearing new Harry Potter glasses went first. He stated matter-of-factly, “Yoga clears your mind and relaxes your body.” All the …

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Reaching Teens Through Yoga with Charlotta Martinus (Chandrika)

  Please share what you do in 10-15 words: I run a company called TeenYoga, which trains yoga teachers to work with teens in creative and inclusive ways, following the main principles of yoga.   Why do you do what you do? Because I have two teenage sons who I feel have been very misunderstood …

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Inspiring Ashram Upgrades

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The next time you visit us, you will notice a few improvements: the temples have been repainted, walkways have been repaved, 24 tent huts have been added, the Garden bathrooms have been expanded, there are new picnic tables, and the gardens have new plantings. Here are a few photos. Welcome and enjoy!

The Benefits of Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga Teacher Training will be held November 26 – 30, 2013. For details and to register, click here. In this day and age of being constantly on guard due to an overwhelming bombardment of stimuli, when does one have an opportunity to unwind, relax and recharge? It’s no wonder we are all stressed out. …

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Make Sure You Keep Receiving Our E-Newsletters!

As some of you may know, Gmail completely altered their web-based email interface last week. Many email blasts and e-newsletters are now showing up in a separate Inbox entitled “Promotions”. To change how Gmail handles your “Promotion” emails and to make sure you keeping receiving the latest news from the Yoga Retreat, follow the directions …

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Yoga for Teens! Kick Asana!

Watch this video on teaching yoga to teens. The Yoga Retreat will be offering a Teen Yoga Teacher Training Course taught by Charlotta February 2-6, 2014. For more information or to register click here: http://sivanandabahamas.org/course.php?course_id=3825

Chair Yoga Training with Saraswati

Check out this upcoming course with Stacie Doorek (Saraswati). http://sivanandabahamas.org/course.php?course_id=3753 Learn how to make Yoga accessible for everyone — seniors, those with disabilities or limited mobility, the chronically ill, Alzheimer patients, pre-/post-surgery patients, and those recovering from injuries — so that all can enjoy the benefits of Yoga in a safe, gentle way.

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