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CE Workshop | How to Successfully Teach Yoga to Athletes

with Hayley Winter (E-RYT 500, YACEP). Learn the art and science behind how to successfully teach yoga to athletes in this 90-minute workshop. Join Hayley Winter as she shares top tips that have changed the game for both athletes and yoga teachers who have worked with her and her team for over a decade.

CE Workshop Series | Three Principles of Spiritual Leadership: Gratitude, Part 1

with Hari-kirtana das (E-RYT 500, YACEP). The Bhagavad Gita is a call to action. Beyond the asceticism of a solitary yoga practice for the sake of one’s own liberation, is the higher practice of fighting for the sake of the world’s welfare. This workshop series, based on the third chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, discusses the practical application of three leadership principles that can empower us to lead without egoism, see beyond illusion, and exemplify action for all the world to follow. This series helps prepare those who know that the world needs them, to step up into a position of spiritual leadership.

Taller de CE | Formas Creativas de Enseñar Yoga En Línea

con Mijael Brandwajn. Este taller te mostrará formas creativas de explorar el cuerpo, usando sillas, palos de escoba y paredes. Aunque enfocado a la enseñanza en línea, este taller aplica a cualquiera que quiera despertar la creatividad y mantener sus clases y su propia experiencia del Yoga fresca. In Spanish.

CE Workshop | Experiential Anatomy of the Spine and Core

with Erin Ehlers (E-RYT 500, YACEP). In this 75-minutes workshop, presenter Erin Ehlers guides participants through an anatomy and physiology lesson. This experiential class includes simple exercises that enhance the understanding of the spine and core. Both the exercises and lessons reviewed can work wonderfully in yoga classes as smaller pieces of bigger poses.

CE Workshop | Chair Yoga

with Krista Marzewski (E-RYT 200, RYT 500, YACEP). Broaden your yoga practice with Teaching for Equity participant Krista Marzewski as she guides a 30-minute Chair Yoga practice. Learn how chair yoga can be a form of yoga for beginners, people with limited mobility, and experienced practitioners. Explanations and modifications will be offered—participation encouraged!

CE Workshop | All Levels Yoga: Making Challenging Poses Accessible to All Skill Levels

with Rosemarie Monaco (E-RYT 200, RYT 500, YACEP). Teaching a yoga class for all levels can be challenging. Providing options within each pose can help every student, from beginners to advanced practitioners, feel successful. This workshop breaks down poses to help you understand how to adapt each pose for different bodies. Work incorporating multi-levels into a flow, and learn how to adapt to teaching online for students without props.

CE Workshop Series | Three Principles of Spiritual Leadership: Vision, Part 2

with Hari-kirtana das (E-RYT 500, YACEP). The Bhagavad Gita is a call to action. Beyond the asceticism of a solitary yoga practice for the sake of one’s own liberation, is the higher practice of fighting for the sake of the world’s welfare. This workshop series, based on the third chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, discusses the practical application of three leadership principles that can empower us to lead without egoism, see beyond illusion, and exemplify action for all the world to follow. This series helps prepare those who know that the world needs them, to step up into a position of spiritual leadership. Part 2 of this series focuses on vision.

Community Sangha | Self-Care and Awareness Through Tantra Yoga

with Cinthya Esquea (RYT 200). Cinthya Esquea shares teachings and perspective on the importance of self-care and the practice of White Tantric Yoga in this insightful conversation with sangha host and Yoga Alliance’s Vice President of Cross-Cultural Advancement, Maya Breuer. Learn more about yoga, Ayurvedic practices, and meditation.

Partner Event | Teaching for Equity and Synergy Yoga Sangha Series

Yoga Alliance Foundation’s Teaching for Equity program provides funding for free yoga classes in communities that face barriers to access. In this sangha series, program teachers will offer insights from their work, sharing stories of resilience, challenges, and solidarity that emerged in their communities amidst the global pandemic.

CE Workshop | Fun, Friendship, and Freedom, Part 1

with Prashant Joshi (E-RYT 500, YACEP, C-IAYT) and Manju Joshi (E-RYT 500, YACEP, C-IAYT, MCO-Osteo, HHC).
Indulge in some summer fun! Prashant and Manju Joshi teach yoga and holistic practices that result in better friendships and assist in freedom from dis-ease. Built especially for the summer, this workshop offers tools for this season such as handling heat and sun and enhances your practice to prepare you for the forthcoming fall.
This series includes a combination of presentation and practice, focusing on foundations of yoga, anatomy, physiology, mental health, teaching styles, and business.

Yoga Lineages | An Introduction to Viniyoga

with Gary Kraftsow.
In this event, wellness expert Kim Weeks and Gary Kraftsow, Founder and Director of the American Viniyoga Institute, explore the origins, evolution, and modern-day story of the lineage of Viniyoga: a comprehensive and authentic transmission of the teachings of yoga including asana, pranayama, bandha, sound, chanting, meditation, personal ritual, and study of texts. Viniyoga (prefixes vi and ni plus yoga) is an ancient Sanskrit term that implies differentiationadaptation, and appropriate application.
Yoga continues to evolve to include deeply varied styles and types of practice, all rooted in a shared ancient history. Yoga Lineages is a series of conversations that explores seven of today’s most widely recognized yoga lineages, revealing what is unique about these practices. Whether you’re seeking peace of mind, strength in body, or are simply interested in finding a more mindful way of living, yoga can help and is a practice for all.

CE Workshop Series | Three Principles of Spiritual Leadership: Self-Discipline, Part 3

with Hari-kirtana das (E-RYT 500, YACEP). The Bhagavad Gita is a call to action. Beyond the asceticism of a solitary yoga practice for the sake of one’s own liberation, is the higher practice of fighting for the sake of the world’s welfare. This workshop series, based on the third chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, discusses the practical application of three leadership principles that can empower us to lead without egoism, see beyond illusion, and exemplify action for all the world to follow. This series helps prepare those who know that the world needs them, to step up into a position of spiritual leadership. Part 3 of this series focuses on self-discipline.