Many students come to yoga class but how many practice the principles of yoga outside the walls of a studio? What does living a yoga lifestyle mean and is is practical? How can you create a more balanced, healthy, and fulfilling life through the practice of yoga.
Join Gabrielle Sule, author of My Life List: Yoga Journal, and creator of Salty Dog Yoga for answers to these questions and more in a 3.5 hour workshops on how to incorporate the 8 limbs of yoga into your daily life.
You will be guided through an energetic yoga practice (asana), learn the Yamas & Niyamas, practice and learn breath control (Pranayama), learn to apply sense withdrawl (Pratayara) and concentration (Dhyana), and final relaxation, transcending to a state of bliss (Samadhi)
Workshop cost: $45 (which includes a copy of Gabrielle’s book)
Date: Sunday, July 15, 2012
Start Time: 12:00 pm End Time: 3:30 pm
Location: Prana Studio
Date: Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Start Time: 5:00 pm End Time: 6:30 pm
(Time Zone: US/Eastern)
Location: Anne Arundel Community College
Category: Yoga Workshops / Special Events
The benefits of meditation numerous and profound and affect our mental, physical and emotional health. Yet, the practice of meditation can be elusive and frustrating. This 10-week course allows students to explore a variety of meditations to find the practice that works for them. It explores the mental and physical benefits of the practice as well as practical tips on setting a good seat, the importance of the breath and how to integrate meditation into your busy lifestyle. The course is open to all students and can be used toward RYT200 accreditation with Yoga 4 Life in partnership with Anne Arundel Community College
Contact: Lynn Matthews
More Info: http://www.embraceyoga4life.com
Anne Arundel Community College
West Campus Dr
Arnold MD 21012 USA
The Ayurveda Yoga Specialist program begins June 8 at Anne Arundel Community College. This incredibly rich course offers you the opportunity to explore the science of Ayurveda while becoming proficient at creating specific dosha-balancing yoga practices for yourself, family, friends and students. Learn about the six tastes and using food with awareness to increase health and well-being. We will go in-depth on the doshas, gunas, vayus and koshas. Learn how they all influence our mental and physical well-being.
The first three weekends can be taken in any order, so if you can only fit a couple in this summer, do! Then take the others when Kathryn returns in 2013. The fourth weekend must be taken after the other three as it ties the other three together and goes more in-depth with using Ayurveda clinically (for yourself or others). It includes developing a dinacharya (daily routine) and learning about tongue and pulse diagnosis.
The certification is awarded by the Himalayan Institute with continuing education units from AACC. This program counts toward your 500RYT at AACC. Hours also count as continuing ed units for Yoga Alliance.
Dates: June 8-10, July 13-15, August 10-12 and August 17-19
Contact: Lynn Matthews
More Info: http://www.embraceyoga4life.com/Yoga_4_Life/Teacher_Training_RYS.html
Date: Friday, June 8, 2012
Start Time: 6:00 pm End Time: 7:15 pm
Combine the discipline of Hatha yoga with Resist-A-Ball training. Yoga and the ball share an emphasis on stability training, core strength and all-over body conditioning. The focus will be on using the ball as a prop to deepen your yoga practice, with the added benefit of supported spinal traction and balance challenges. Hatha Yoga with the Resist-A-Ball can teach the body how to be stable in extreme ranges of motion. This class will help you reach and roll into new and appropriate positions for YOUR level.
Details / directions below on calendar…
Sunday, May 20th from 1:30 – 3:30 PM
It will be a blast recapturing the playfulness of childhood as we fly to our edges and enjoy partner massage. All ages and abilities are welcome. The class will be interactive so couples, parents and kids, and singles all have a chance to mingle and fly. No partner needed, just bring your fun.
More info on Yoga Calendar below.
Anxiety is normal and needed but not all the time. We will learn about the nervous system and it’s role in bringing homeostasis back to our mind and body using yoga’s many beneficial practices. Must pre-register even if dropping in $90.00 6 week series; $15.00 drop-in.
More info on Yoga Calendar page.
Lucy Lomax from Serenity Bay Yoga is teaching a Therapeutic Yoga For Arthritis workshop, Oiling the Machine: Movement for Stiff Joints at the Columbia Yoga Center, Saturday February 4th from 2:00pm – 5:00pm.
The area’s cold, damp winters can be tough on those with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Painful, swollen joints not only limit mobility, they interfere with quality of life. If you suffer from arthritis and want to learn how yoga can help, please come join us for this workshop. We will explore new poses, adapt traditional poses, and learn alignment, breathing, and relaxation techniques beneficial not only to the joints and muscles supporting the joints, but to the mind/body and heart.
$35 in Advance
$40 At The Workshop
Details and a link to download the flyer and registration form located on the Annapolis Yoga Calendar.
The Yoga Center of Columbia
8950 Route 108, Suite 109
Columbia MD 21045 US
Join Chris as she explores and assists you in learning a variety of meditation practices, along with helping you create your own practice. All levels of practitioners welcome.
For complete details, be sure to check the Annapolis Yoga Calendar home page and click on the event.
Date / Time: Wednesday’s 7:45pm to 8:45pm starting January 18th
Location: Shakti Studio, 530 E. College Parkway, Suite E, Annapolis, MD 21409 United States
Contact: Sue Schmitt at firstname.lastname@example.org