Anatomy & Asana Intensive  with Ada Lusardi
Sep
28
to Sep 29

Anatomy & Asana Intensive with Ada Lusardi

In this intimate weekend workshop we will explore a wide range of yoga postures while learning and integrating joint and muscle anatomy to help embody important structural and alignment points. We will gradually build from simple movements to more challenging poses so that everyone can grow in a safe and supportive atmosphere. You will leave knowing more about how your body works and ways to practice safely and effectively for a lifetime. Open to teachers and students with a consistent yoga practice.

Eight hours of CEU’s available through Yoga Alliance. Space is limited.

WHEN: 

Saturday, SEPTEMBER 28: 12:00-2:00 PM & 3:30-5:30 PM

Sunday, SEPTEMBER 29: 12:00-2:00 PM & 3:30-5:30 PM

FEES:

$160/Early Bird before 8/28

$175/after 8/28

Ada Lusardi’s classes and workshops marry the heart and science of yoga by offering nuanced and precise teaching with warmth and humor. Through the use of compassionate and clear direction, intelligent sequencing, and skillful hands-on adjustments, her teaching challenges and refines one’s yoga practice, regardless of age or ability. A self-professed “anatomy geek,” she leads classes and retreats throughout California’s Bay area and around the country. She is a graduate, and faculty member, of The Berkeley Yoga Room’s Advanced Studies Program, a long time student of Donald Moyer and Mary Lou Weprin, and a perennial student of yoga and life.

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Full Moon Restorative Yoga
Sep
29
6:00 PM18:00

Full Moon Restorative Yoga

Join in a monthly two hour practice of Restorative Yoga. The event will focus on relaxation and stress reduction through supine, supported poses that allow the body to open and stretch through gravity and the use of props. No previous yoga experience is necessary. 

Advance $12 - 17 sliding scale / $20 at the door

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Cynthia Muskin is passionate about yoga, particularly in regard to making yoga accessible to people of all ages and abilities. Cynthia has been teaching Restorative Yoga since 2005 when she received her Relax and Renew Certificate from Judith Lasater. She has been practicing yoga since 1989. Cynthia is inspired by the teachings of BKS Iyengar and spent a month in India in 2012 studying with the Iyengar family. She works for Yoga Journal magazine as a Conference Staff Assistant where she has the opportunity to study with nationally known teachers. As a former social worker and masseuse, Cynthia is particularly attracted to the therapeutic aspects of the practice. Her practice and teaching style is based on attention to form and alignment with focus on internal awareness.

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Yoga and an Autumn Nap:  A restorative practice + acupuncture to shift toward the Summer Solstice
Oct
13
12:00 PM12:00

Yoga and an Autumn Nap: A restorative practice + acupuncture to shift toward the Summer Solstice

Join Lisa Weber and Olivia Peters-Lazaro, L.Ac.for an afternoon of yoga and acupuncture. 

This unique two-hour class will include a discussion about how acupuncture, a brief qi gong session followed by some restorative yoga, and acupuncture. The complementary nature of yoga and acupuncture is reflected in their common goal of balance and natural healing. Both practices support physical and emotional health and improve our over well being.

All levels are welcome, no prior yoga experience needed. Limited to 16 participants.

Call Lisa for more information at 530.591.5917

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Full Moon Restorative Yoga
Oct
27
6:00 PM18:00

Full Moon Restorative Yoga

Join in a monthly two hour practice of Restorative Yoga. The event will focus on relaxation and stress reduction through supine, supported poses that allow the body to open and stretch through gravity and the use of props. No previous yoga experience is necessary. 

Advance $12 - 17 sliding scale / $20 at the door

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Cynthia Muskin is passionate about yoga, particularly in regard to making yoga accessible to people of all ages and abilities. Cynthia has been teaching Restorative Yoga since 2005 when she received her Relax and Renew Certificate from Judith Lasater. She has been practicing yoga since 1989. Cynthia is inspired by the teachings of BKS Iyengar and spent a month in India in 2012 studying with the Iyengar family. She works for Yoga Journal magazine as a Conference Staff Assistant where she has the opportunity to study with nationally known teachers. As a former social worker and masseuse, Cynthia is particularly attracted to the therapeutic aspects of the practice. Her practice and teaching style is based on attention to form and alignment with focus on internal awareness.

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Meditation Mini Retreat
Nov
1
to Nov 10

Meditation Mini Retreat

Explore meditation techniques, gain insight, attune your intuitive mind, access your inner silence. Participants are encouraged to sign up for and commit to the entire 10 Day Mini-Retreat, as consistency is a crucial component of a successful meditation practice

$65 advance / $70 at the door / $10 drop in

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Full Moon Restorative Yoga
Nov
17
6:00 PM18:00

Full Moon Restorative Yoga

Join in a monthly two hour practice of Restorative Yoga. The event will focus on relaxation and stress reduction through supine, supported poses that allow the body to open and stretch through gravity and the use of props. No previous yoga experience is necessary. 

Advance $12 - 17 sliding scale / $20 at the door

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Cynthia Muskin is passionate about yoga, particularly in regard to making yoga accessible to people of all ages and abilities. Cynthia has been teaching Restorative Yoga since 2005 when she received her Relax and Renew Certificate from Judith Lasater. She has been practicing yoga since 1989. Cynthia is inspired by the teachings of BKS Iyengar and spent a month in India in 2012 studying with the Iyengar family. She works for Yoga Journal magazine as a Conference Staff Assistant where she has the opportunity to study with nationally known teachers. As a former social worker and masseuse, Cynthia is particularly attracted to the therapeutic aspects of the practice. Her practice and teaching style is based on attention to form and alignment with focus on internal awareness.

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Full Moon Restorative Yoga
Dec
8
6:00 PM18:00

Full Moon Restorative Yoga

Join in a monthly two hour practice of Restorative Yoga. The event will focus on relaxation and stress reduction through supine, supported poses that allow the body to open and stretch through gravity and the use of props. No previous yoga experience is necessary. 

Advance $12 - 17 sliding scale / $20 at the door

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Cynthia Muskin is passionate about yoga, particularly in regard to making yoga accessible to people of all ages and abilities. Cynthia has been teaching Restorative Yoga since 2005 when she received her Relax and Renew Certificate from Judith Lasater. She has been practicing yoga since 1989. Cynthia is inspired by the teachings of BKS Iyengar and spent a month in India in 2012 studying with the Iyengar family. She works for Yoga Journal magazine as a Conference Staff Assistant where she has the opportunity to study with nationally known teachers. As a former social worker and masseuse, Cynthia is particularly attracted to the therapeutic aspects of the practice. Her practice and teaching style is based on attention to form and alignment with focus on internal awareness.

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Full Moon Restorative Yoga
Dec
8
6:00 PM18:00

Full Moon Restorative Yoga

Join in a monthly two hour practice of Restorative Yoga. The event will focus on relaxation and stress reduction through supine, supported poses that allow the body to open and stretch through gravity and the use of props. No previous yoga experience is necessary. 

Advance $12 - 17 sliding scale / $20 at the door

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Cynthia Muskin is passionate about yoga, particularly in regard to making yoga accessible to people of all ages and abilities. Cynthia has been teaching Restorative Yoga since 2005 when she received her Relax and Renew Certificate from Judith Lasater. She has been practicing yoga since 1989. Cynthia is inspired by the teachings of BKS Iyengar and spent a month in India in 2012 studying with the Iyengar family. She works for Yoga Journal magazine as a Conference Staff Assistant where she has the opportunity to study with nationally known teachers. As a former social worker and masseuse, Cynthia is particularly attracted to the therapeutic aspects of the practice. Her practice and teaching style is based on attention to form and alignment with focus on internal awareness.

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Philosophy Discussion Group
Aug
18
5:30 PM17:30

Philosophy Discussion Group

Join us for a monthly Yoga Philosophy Group that will discuss some of the important philosophical texts of the yoga tradition. For those interested in the deeper elements of the yoga practice this exploration of the philosophy of yoga will be beneficial to their journey.

We will start with The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.

If you have any interest in attending this event please contact Tom at yogitom@comcast.net for a description of the class and what to read before class.

Donations are Welcome

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Meditation Mini Retreat
Aug
1
to Aug 10

Meditation Mini Retreat

Explore meditation techniques, gain insight, attune your intuitive mind, access your inner silence. Participants are encouraged to sign up for and commit to the entire 10 Day Mini-Retreat, as consistency is a crucial component of a successful meditation practice

$65 advance / $70 at the door / $10 drop in

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Janet Macleod - Special Guest Instructor
May
10
to May 12

Janet Macleod - Special Guest Instructor

Janet MacLeod fell in love with Iyengar Yoga in London, England in the late 70's.  She became a Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor 35 years ago.  Originally from Scotland, Janet teaches throughout the United States and conducts guest workshops and retreats worldwide.  Although her classes are demanding, she makes yoga a joyful journey with surprising destinations!

Friday 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.  PERFECT for Friday evening - a variety of supported poses.

Saturday 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. Comparing and Contrasting Adho Mukha Svanasana (dog pose) with Uttanasana (standing forward bend).

Saturday 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. King and Queen of the Asanas; how to safely move into these poses physically and psychologically.

Sunday 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. Backbending with Ease. Discover a rare level of comfort in these exhilarating poses with Janet’s skillful sequencing.

Entire workshop prior to April 21, 2019 $160.00; thereafter $180.00  Individual 2 hour classes $45 each

 

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Philosophy Discussion Group
May
5
5:30 PM17:30

Philosophy Discussion Group

Join us for a monthly Yoga Philosophy Group that will discuss some of the important philosophical texts of the yoga tradition. For those interested in the deeper elements of the yoga practice this exploration of the philosophy of yoga will be beneficial to their journey.

We will start with The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.

If you have any interest in attending this event please contact Tom at yogitom@comcast.net for a description of the class and what to read before class.

Donations are Welcome

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Long Practice with Jon Lee
Feb
3
12:00 PM12:00

Long Practice with Jon Lee

Iyengr Yoga with an emphasis on anatomy

Give yourself the opportunity to luxuriate in a three hour yoga practice. Slowing down and taking time allows you to drop more deeply int the poses, developing steadiness and ease even in more challenging poses.

Cost $25 for 3 hours

All levels Welcome







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Thai Massage Introductory Workshop
Feb
2
12:00 PM12:00

Thai Massage Introductory Workshop

Join Amy Yurus, (CMT/RYT) for a fun, introductory workshop designed to guide you through the basics of Thai Massage. Thai massage is an ancient healing art performed fully clothed on a thick floor mat. You will learn to combine compression, joint mobilization and assisted yoga postures to provide a relaxing and integrative session.

No massage experience necessary.

Cost is $25/person before February 1st, $30 at the door.

Please visit AmyYurusMassage.com for more information

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Northern California Fire Relief Benefit Class
Jan
27
11:30 AM11:30

Northern California Fire Relief Benefit Class

Please join Brian Hogencamp for this class to help those who have suffered loss from the recent fires in Northern California by providing funds to relief organizations. This class at the Yoga Center of Chico is one of many coordinated fire relief benefit classes being held throughout our Association's (IYANC) Northern California region. Students are encouraged to donate directly to any of the following organizations:

Shalom Free Clinic

In addition to monetary donations, Yoga mats, blocks, and belts are needed and can be sent directly to: Shalom Free Clinic, 1010 Mangrove, Chico, CA 95926. (530)342-2445. https://shalomfreeclinic.org/


North Valley Community Foundation240 Main St Suite 260, Chico, CA 95928. (530) 891-1150 https://www.nvcf.org/funds/email: info@nvcf.org
Aaron Rodgers Norcal Fire Recovery Fund240 Main St Suite 260, Chico, CA 95928. (530) 891-1150 https://www.nvcf.org/aaronrodgersfund/ email: info@nvcf.org

Brian Hogencamp is a dedicated yoga practitioner and senior certified Iyengar Yoga teacher. He travels annually to India for extended study with the Iyengar family. Brian is devoted to sharing the art, science, and philosophy of yoga according to the teachings of B.K.S. Iyengar. www.iybrian.com

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In-depth study of the Yoga Asanas from the ground up - Shoulder/Neck/Head
Jan
5
12:00 PM12:00

In-depth study of the Yoga Asanas from the ground up - Shoulder/Neck/Head

Teaching Principles - Orthopedic Principles

This will not be a regular class environment, we will be looking at different body parts in the asana in general rather than working on asanas.

This is a three part workshop designed for the student or beginning teacher who wants to understand what is going on in their body while practicing, and how to work with it.

We will also be going over some of the basic problems and solutions to orthopedic issues that occur in the classroom.

Cost is $65 per class or $180 for all three sessions

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Y12SR - YOGA OF 12-STEP RECOVERY
Dec
30
5:30 PM17:30

Y12SR - YOGA OF 12-STEP RECOVERY

Y12SR combines the practical tools of 12-Step Recovery with the physical and spiritual practices of yoga!

Meetings are once a month, find more dates on FB

Anyone who is affected by addiction is welcome!!

Wear comfortable clothing. Meetings are by donation only. For more info call, text or email Madeline: (530) 327-4506 chicoyl2sr@gmail.com or find us on

Facebook - Chico Yoga of 12-Step Recovery

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Calming Crisis  And Nurturing Our Wellbeing
Dec
17
7:00 PM19:00

Calming Crisis And Nurturing Our Wellbeing

Three evenings of Beginning and Advanced wisdom culture skills to help ourselves and our community in this challenging time and season.

Mondays, December 3, 10, 17

7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Marc Sorensen was introduced to meditation in 1976 and began his committed practice in 1980. He has been sharing his experience with private clients and in open classes and seminars since the mid to late 80’s.

Be welcome to any or all sessions at no charge

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Restore + Nidra
Dec
16
2:00 PM14:00

Restore + Nidra

End your weekend or start your week with two rejuvenating and recalibrating practices – Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra guided meditation. 

In this specialty class, slip into the deepest states of relaxation and experience the benefits of these two powerfully effective practices – reduce anxiety, insomnia and cortisol levels while strengthening immunity, digestive function and overall sense of well-being. 

No experience is necessary.  Please bring water and any personal yoga props you have; additional props will be provided by the studio.

Cost is $15

Amanda Correa

Amanda Correa

 

Amanda has been teaching yoga for 9 years, has earned the Yoga Alliance designation of Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher at the 500 hour level, and has studied Restorative Yoga with internationally renowned yoga teacher, Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D., and Yoga Nidra with Dr. Mark Halpern, founder of the California College of Ayurveda in Nevada City, CA. 

 

 

 

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YOGA: Blessed Moments to Fully Participate in Renewal and Reconnection with Dr. Paula Barros, D.C. E-RYT-500
Dec
1
11:30 AM11:30

YOGA: Blessed Moments to Fully Participate in Renewal and Reconnection with Dr. Paula Barros, D.C. E-RYT-500

This workshop is offered to help empower you on your new year personal journey of renewal and re-connection. When we lose our compass as many of us did in the recent Butte County fire tragedy, our yoga practice is meant to invite us inward to better understand our strengths.

Together we renew the courage to gracefully meet life's challenges. The creative moments of being fully present in any yoga pose allow us to ground with certainty, no matter what! 

Come share in the resilience of your ever-evolving yoga practice.

Cost: $35/ $40 at door

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Sounds of Gratitude - A Fundraiser for Camp Fire Survivors
Nov
25
6:30 PM18:30

Sounds of Gratitude - A Fundraiser for Camp Fire Survivors

You are invited to gather with Bryan Anthony Phoenix and our community of open-hearted souls to give thanks for all the amazing people and experiences that have brought great blessings to our lives.

Bryan is asking you to take his hand as he guides you down the road of his life with songs and sounds that are meant to remind us all that beauty, growth and gratitude can be found even in the darkest of times. I will invite you all to smile with me, to cry with me, to laugh with me, and, most importantly, to SING with me!  We will begin with an opening ceremony of Cacao and gratitude sharing. 

This is a family-friendly event and no one will be turned away for lack of funds.  Come join us in gratitude and song! 

$10-$20 suggested donation (no on turned away for lack of funds)

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Yoga Teacher Training Information Session
Nov
17
2:00 PM14:00

Yoga Teacher Training Information Session

Interested in becoming a certified yoga instructor?

If you're ready to deepen your yoga practice or if you've thought about becoming a yoga teacher, you're invited to our Yoga Teacher Training Info Session!

Spira Yoga School has consistently offered high quality yoga education for the past 5 years. Next year, the Yoga Center of Chico is hosting Spira's 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training. This local training course will feature leading yoga teachers from Northern California while following Spira's established, Yoga Alliance accredited curriculum.

No need to register or RSVP - this is a great opportunity to meet the lead trainer of our 2019 Weekend Course, Amanda C Correa, as well as ask any questions about the training. Plus, attendees who enroll at the Info Session are given $100 off their deposit!

If you have any questions about this course, please contact Spira Yoga School at info@spira.yoga

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In-depth study of the Yoga Asanas from the ground up - Hips/Torso/Shoulder
Nov
3
12:00 PM12:00

In-depth study of the Yoga Asanas from the ground up - Hips/Torso/Shoulder

Teaching Principles - Orthopedic Principles

This will not be a regular class environment, we will be looking at different body parts in the asana in general rather than working on asanas.

This is a three part workshop designed for the student or beginning teacher who wants to understand what is going on in their body while practicing, and how to work with it.

We will also be going over some of the basic problems and solutions to orthopedic issues that occur in the classroom.

Cost is $65 per class or $180 for all three sessions

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Infinite Rhythms Dance & Qi Gong
Nov
1
7:15 PM19:15

Infinite Rhythms Dance & Qi Gong

Infinite Rhythms Ecstatic Dance is on Thursdays, 8:00-9:30pm, preceeded by Qigong 7:15-8:00pm taught by Bonnie. The music begins at 7:15pm. A shoe/talk/food/drug/alcohol/smoke-free, soul-full dance for you and yours. Please “Join” the group to receive automatic notifications of the dances at facebook.com/groups/infiniterhythmschico. Scholarships available some evenings — email us with your request for a grant:equalrightsforyouth@yahoo.com

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Bonnie and DJ-Eclectricity have been part of the ecstatic dance community for over 16 years. Bonnie was one of the core staff members of DanceChurch in Santa Cruz for over 3 years. DJ-Eclectricity brings to Chico his experience of a degree in Dance as a Fine Art, his time as a college DJ, and his experience of DJ'ing eleven dance venues in Northern California over 18 years.

Cost $10

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Chakra Meditation in the Breath
Oct
27
2:00 PM14:00

Chakra Meditation in the Breath

Chakra Meditation in the breath is combining techniques of breath control with energetic chakra work during guided meditation. This can provide elevated experience of deep peace and a sense of well being.

We will learn and use simple classic breathing, concentration, and expansion techniques that develop focus by finding happiness from your center. Releasing stress with this type of calm energy can change your life.

Chad Fairchild is a certified meditation teacher with many years of personal practice and teaching experience. He has woven the techniques he will teach through his life as a musician, an educator, a businessman, and his community service

Cost is $20

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Yoga in Buddhism
Oct
22
7:00 PM19:00

Yoga in Buddhism

We welcome Losang Samten to Chico as he begins the sand mandala at the Museum of Northern California Art (MONCA) October 18.    As many of us know, thousands of years ago in Northern India and surrounding mountain regions like Tibet, yoga practices and Buddhist thought were available for study and development by teachers and students of meditation. It was a very rich time for the seekers who found their way there.

Today we often hear of yoga and buddhism as two separate lineages or directions to take. This talk is an opportunity to think about what yoga is and what Buddhism is. Losang Samten will undoubtedly have many insights to share in his delightful storytelling manner. Please join us at the Yoga Center in welcoming Losang Samten!

Questions for Losang will be accepted until October 21 at ritvashanta12@gmail.com.

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Everyone is welcome, donations accepted for the mandala project

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Restore + Nidra
Oct
21
2:00 PM14:00

Restore + Nidra

End your weekend or start your week with two rejuvenating and recalibrating practices – Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra guided meditation. 

In this specialty class, slip into the deepest states of relaxation and experience the benefits of these two powerfully effective practices – reduce anxiety, insomnia and cortisol levels while strengthening immunity, digestive function and overall sense of well-being. 

No experience is necessary.  Please bring water and any personal yoga props you have; additional props will be provided by the studio.

Cost is $15

                    Amanda Correa

                   Amanda Correa

 

Amanda has been teaching yoga for 9 years, has earned the Yoga Alliance designation of Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher at the 500 hour level, and has studied Restorative Yoga with internationally renowned yoga teacher, Judith Hanson Lasater, Ph.D., and Yoga Nidra with Dr. Mark Halpern, founder of the California College of Ayurveda in Nevada City, CA. 

 

 

 

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RESTORATIVE YOGA TRAINING
Oct
19
to Oct 21

RESTORATIVE YOGA TRAINING

Western Science is now measuring the numerous benefits of relaxation to the body and mind, which yogis have long known.  With Restorative Yoga now on the rise in popularity in the US, it is no wonder that this practice of relaxation and ease is so successful.  From a young age we are taught how to strive, work hard and keep moving, but rarely have we been shown how to rest and rejuvenate.  The Restorative Yoga practice teaches us how to relax, become still and get centered.
 
Spira’s Restorative Yoga Training is a 3-day intensive for those interested in diving deeper into a Restorative Yoga practice as well as for those wanting to learn how to teach Restorative Yoga effectively.  Yoga students can learn how to sequence a home practice and improve their relaxation skills both in and outside of the yoga classroom.  Yoga teachers can build upon their teaching techniques and broaden their repertoire by learning effective methods of teaching, sequencing and assisting students in this increasingly popular practice.    

Topics Include:

  • The science and philosophy behind Restorative Yoga

  • Various methods of sequencing for a home practice, Restorative Yoga class, and private lesson

  • Restorative backbends, forward folds, hip openers, twists, and inversions

  • Multiple asanas and their alignment, from simple to prop intensive

  • Blanket folding and use of props

  • Overviews of the systems of the body and how Restorative Yoga initiates the relaxation response

  • Observing the body and bring the asana to the individual by supporting various anatomical differences

  • Special poses for menstruation, pregnancy and menopause

  • Effective language to assist and guide the relaxation process

  • How to transition into new teaching techniques and how to market oneself as a Restorative Yoga teacher

  • Required Reading:  Relax and Renew by Judith Hanson Lasater

    Schedule:
    Friday, October 19th from 7 - 9PM
    Saturday, October 20th from 11:30AM - 7PM
            (with a break from 1:30 - 2:30PM)
    Sunday, October 21st from 11:30AM - 3:30PM
            (with a break from 1:30 - 2PM)
    (Public Practice: Sunday from 2 – 3:30PM)

    Earn CE Credit: Yoga teachers can earn 16 Yoga Alliance CE hours; contact Spira Yoga & Wellness at info@SpiraYogaAndWellness.com or call 530-487-0750 for more details

     

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In-depth study of the Yoga Asanas from the ground up - Shoulder/Neck/Head
Oct
6
12:00 PM12:00

In-depth study of the Yoga Asanas from the ground up - Shoulder/Neck/Head

Teaching Principles - Orthopedic Principles

This will not be a regular class environment, we will be looking at different body parts in the asana in general rather than working on asanas.

This is a three part workshop designed for the student or beginning teacher who wants to understand what is going on in their body while practicing, and how to work with it.

We will also be going over some of the basic problems and solutions to orthopedic issues that occur in the classroom.

Cost is $65 per class or $180 for all three sessions

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Infinite Rhythms Dance & Qi Gong
Oct
4
7:15 PM19:15

Infinite Rhythms Dance & Qi Gong

Infinite Rhythms Ecstatic Dance is on Thursdays, 8:00-9:30pm, preceeded by Qigong 7:15-8:00pm taught by Bonnie. The music begins at 7:15pm. A shoe/talk/food/drug/alcohol/smoke-free, soul-full dance for you and yours. Please “Join” the group to receive automatic notifications of the dances at facebook.com/groups/infiniterhythmschico. Scholarships available some evenings — email us with your request for a grant:equalrightsforyouth@yahoo.com

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Bonnie and DJ-Eclectricity have been part of the ecstatic dance community for over 16 years. Bonnie was one of the core staff members of DanceChurch in Santa Cruz for over 3 years. DJ-Eclectricity brings to Chico his experience of a degree in Dance as a Fine Art, his time as a college DJ, and his experience of DJ'ing eleven dance venues in Northern California over 18 years.

Cost $10

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Grief Circle & Guided Energy Meditation w/ Reiki Master Healer Ashley Gwyneth Imonetti
Sep
15
2:00 PM14:00

Grief Circle & Guided Energy Meditation w/ Reiki Master Healer Ashley Gwyneth Imonetti

This circle is open to anyone dealing with loss and grief.  Not just for deaths of loved ones, grief can be profound with the loss of a job, health, a relationship, lifestyle, pet, marriage.  

$25

Session Includes:

Spoken word and tools for honoring your grief, Reiki energy work to ease emotional and spiritual pain  - Guided energy meditation to bring you to the tree of life for peace, hope and relaxation.

 

    

 

 

Ashley Gwyneth also has a BA from Dalhousie University, Canada, a certificate from University of Salamanca, Spain,  and studied international business and Spanish at Hawaii Pacific University, Tech De Monterrey Mexico, and Universidad InterAmericana Puerto Rico.

Ashley Gwyneth also has a BA from Dalhousie University, Canada, a certificate from University of Salamanca, Spain,  and studied international business and Spanish at Hawaii Pacific University, Tech De Monterrey Mexico, and Universidad InterAmericana Puerto Rico.

For More information or to sign up please contact Ashley at ashley.imonetti.reiki@gmail.com

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Infinite Rhythms Dance & Qi Gong
Aug
23
7:15 PM19:15

Infinite Rhythms Dance & Qi Gong

Infinite Rhythms Ecstatic Dance is on Thursdays, 8:00-9:30pm, preceeded by Qigong 7:15-8:00pm taught by Bonnie. The music begins at 7:15pm. A shoe/talk/food/drug/alcohol/smoke-free, soul-full dance for you and yours. Please “Join” the group to receive automatic notifications of the dances at facebook.com/groups/infiniterhythmschico. Scholarships available some evenings — email us with your request for a grant:equalrightsforyouth@yahoo.com

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Bonnie and DJ-Eclectricity have been part of the ecstatic dance community for over 16 years. Bonnie was one of the core staff members of DanceChurch in Santa Cruz for over 3 years. DJ-Eclectricity brings to Chico his experience of a degree in Dance as a Fine Art, his time as a college DJ, and his experience of DJ'ing eleven dance venues in Northern California over 18 years.

Cost $10

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Mind Power Workshop
Aug
4
12:00 PM12:00

Mind Power Workshop

Gayle Kimball, Author of Essential Energy Tools book, CDs and DVDs

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Kinesiology to balance the body and mind; practical visualizations to ground, center, achieve goals, protect. Introduction to clairvoyance, chakras, Emotional Freedom Technique acupressure tapping, and essential healing tools.

$50 includes 370-page $25 energy tools book and meditation CD.  

RSVP required. gkimball@csuchico.edu, 345-8118 www.gaylekimball.info for vita

“Ask Dr. Gayle” Lotus Guide column and KZFR radio show


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