This workshop is designed to get you comfortable with the foundation of postures and their customization so you can make any class fit your level. We will introduce the basics of yoga from the ground up, exploring sun salutes, standing postures, twists, forward folds, back bends, inversions and breath work. This is a great class for those new to yoga, or seasoned practitioners looking to dive deeper into the basics.



A Power Vinyasa class using an intelligent and creative sequence to integrate and empower the practitioners. Each sequence is originally designed to meet the students where they are, while challenging them to dive deeper finding strength, courage, and the ability to have fun. We will use the practice to open the body,  cultivate space of inner peace, and develop tools which we can hopefully carry into our everyday life.



This workshop is an in depth look at the Ashtanga primary series. We will explore the sequence with modifications to meet the specific needs of the practitioner. Customizing and incorporating additional postures to address the whole person, making the practice available to everyone. We strive to create a harmonious balance in mind and body, aiding in optimal health.



Anything goes in this workshop, It's designed to help you move towards whatever you're aiming for in practice. You'll have a chance to ask questions and we will create game plan to achieve your goals. We will learn drills and tricks to build muscle memory and get the body/mind moving in the right direction.



In this workshop, we as teachers, will develop the tools to use adjustments, not limited to physical assists, through words, visual cues, and demonstrations. We will learn different ways to customize the postures to fit the needs and respect the diversity of the students, so yoga classes are as accessible as possible. These approaches to assist will be used to offer students a way to modify, progress, and simply explore an aspect of yoga.  We will also look at the intersects between yoga and social justice and learn trauma informed approaches so we can become more aware of how to empathize with our students and how yoga can better serve the world.



In this playful workshop we will explore the foundations and mechanics of balance to build confidence and take flight. No prior experience arm balancing? No worries! We will give you the tools and techniques to unlock your arm balance potential. Expect traditional poses, funky variations, transitions, and inversions.



In this open discussion we will explore the 8 limbs of yoga, the Yoga Sutras, and how to make them applicable in everyday life. We will breakdown specific Sutras into a language that is relateable to us and those we share space with so that we can incorporate these principles in all areas in life.



This continued education weekend is a comprehensive trauma-­sensitive yoga program designed to provide the instruction and tools you need to understand trauma at a deeper level helping to guide your clients (or students) toward greater healing. Over the course of 2 days, practitioners  and teachers will investigate: what is trauma,  how trauma impacts the brain and the nervous system, and how yoga and other somatic movement can release old traumas. Through lecture, self-inquiry, group discussion, group activities, practice teaching, trauma-informed yoga, breathing, and relaxation exercises participants will develop the knowledge, practical application skills, and understanding necessary to offer trauma-informed yoga classes to a variety of populations of trauma survivors in a safe and effective manner. After completion of this training you will receive a trauma sensitive yoga teacher certification through Yoga Alliance Continued Education.
**This training is a professional development training and is not intended as an intervention for personal healing/processing personal trauma. Talking about trauma and the principles and practice of trauma-informed yoga may be triggering. The training is not intended for those currently in crisis. (15 CEU)