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As we run headlong into the holiday season, give yourself the gift of relaxation and peace! Restorative yoga uses props to support the body in a variety of adaptive yoga poses, allowing for passive stretching as well as deep relaxation for the nervous system. Join us for this calm, relaxing break from the holiday frenzy to balance both body and mind. No experience necessary. All props are provided. Space is limited. Please register early online or at the front desk. Offered by Evolve instructors Sue Lyddon-Hayes and Shirley Carr-Williams. $25 early bird registration, $30 day of event.

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Achieve a deeper understanding of the self, increase personal power, promote self-healing, reduce stress, and relax fully, deeply and completely. Enjoy a healing, soothing “Sound Bath” followed by an all-levels yoga practice to explore alignment, deep stretching, and pranayama (breath exercises). Enjoy an intro to the power of Mantra and your own Emotional + Energetic system–the Chakra system. Learn how this system affects all aspects of your consciousness and how yoga, sound healing, meditation and mantra can bring balance to your life.

$35 day of event, $30 early-bird

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Interested in becoming a certified yoga teacher?  Or just interested in deepening your practice and understating of yoga?  Starting February 13 Evolve will be offering once again our Yoga Alliance approved Interdisciplinary Yoga Teacher Training.   Evolve Yoga is an affiliate of the Nosara Yoga Institute in Costa Rica. Graduates of the Interdisciplinary Yoga Teacher Training (IYTT) program complete 200 hours of training and earn the designation of Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT®) through Yoga Alliance, a yoga education and support organization which maintains a national yoga teachers’ registry to recognize and promote teachers with training that meets its minimum standards.

The next Teacher Training program will begin February, 2015. The foundation of this training draws from a diversity of yoga styles, stimulating personal inquiry into your own yoga practice.  In an environment of individualized, experiential learning you gain professional skillfulness to teach in a wide variety of settings.  Taught in a unique format of 8 immersion weekends over 5 months, topics covered will include Technique and Alignment of Hatha Yoga Postures, Self-Awakening Yoga – Principles and Practice, Pranayama, Meditation, Bandhas, Hands-on Assists, Principles of Teaching, Anatomy and Philosophy.

  • February 13, 14 and 15
  • February 28 and March 1
  • March 28 and 29
  • April 11 and 12
  • April 25 and 26
  • May 9 and 10
  • June 6 and 7
  • June 20 and 21

For more details, check our Yoga Teacher Training page or contact Ann Hunt.

 

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Ready to learn Ashtanga Yoga? New 4 week series starts Saturday, February 7

Join Liz Dornisch for another special series.  Learn the Ashtanga Primary Series in this four class series. Each class will focus on a part of the series and allow for in depth in-depth instruction and modifications to make Ashtanga accessible to all levels of practitioners. Register for all four classes to develop your practice, and [...]

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Take Flight! 2 Inversion Workshops offered by Kate Curry, RYT-500

Take the opportunity to jump into the practice of inversions! This workshop will consist of a two-part series.  Part 1 will look into beginner to intermediate inversions, such as crow pose and head stand.  We will take the opportunity to break down the postures to the foundations and will include the use of props. Part [...]

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Pigeon Party with Naomi Gottlieb – Miller, Sunday, Dec. 7, 1:30 -3:30

Most yogis have very strong feelings about pigeon pose. Love it or hate it, pigeon pose is one of the most elegant, versatile, challenging and confounding poses in the yoga pantheon of practice. For those reasons, no yoga pose is more deserving of a party than pigeon pose. Pigeon pose is several poses in one—it’s [...]

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The Forks Over Knives Plan-A 4 Week Yoga and Nutrition series starting Nov. 1

Yummy Yoga’s Jenn Brown and Chelsea Ihnacik of WholeFoodVegan.com present: The Forks Over Knives Plan This 4 week class will pair a beginner friendly yoga class with an hour long nutrition workshop utilizing “The Forks Over Knives Plan” as its’ central theme. Each weekly class begins with 1 hour of yoga followed by a whole [...]

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Wild Yoga and the Journey of the Soul, with Rebecca Wildbear, Sunday, Nov. 16, 1:00 -3:30

Join guest teacher Rebecca Wildbear, RYT-500, MS for a deep and joyful inward journey into the playfulness of your body and the mysterious imagery of your soul. There is some kiss we want with our whole lives, the touch of spirit on the body. -Rumi Have you ever felt a yearning for something unknown? Or [...]

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Understanding Yoga Therapy for Cancer Patients, Thursdays October 9 – 30

This four week workshop will provide the yoga instructor or practitioner with a clear understanding and rationale behind the importance of energy conservation vs. energy expenditure when dealing with a cancer diagnosis.  The tools and techniques taught will prove invaluable in reducing pain, fatigue, insomnia, depression, and anxiety, which are all common physical and emotional [...]

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Yin Yoga and Crystal Sound Healing with Jeannine Dietz, Saturday, Oct. 18., 2:00 – 4:00

Experience the healing benefits of opening your hips through the practice of Yin Yoga, Crystal Sound Healing, and Relaxation. Yin Yoga works on opening the intricate webbing of connective tissue that connects our muscles – particularly within the pelvis. Yin Yoga opens up these deep, dense, rarely addressed areas; increasing flexibility, range of motion and [...]

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