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Foundations of Yoga: A Beginner Series

A Beginner Yoga Series:
September 11, 18, 25, October 2, 9, 16
Mondays 6:15 – 7:15pm
$72 for each 6 Week Session
DROP-INS ARE WELCOME!

Curious about Yoga and interested in beginning a yoga practice? Want to refine and deepen an already existing practice? If so, join Lindsey Cassidy for a 6-week Foundations of Yoga Beginner Series. Over the course of these 6 weeks we will explore the basic principles of Yoga asanas (postures), pranayama (breath work), mindfulness, and the strength and grace that arise from their integration. Each class will offer a balanced yoga sequence working with attention to proper alignment, learning to synchronize breath with movement, and finding our abilities to authentically express oneself through the ancient tradition of Yoga. Due to the pace and modifications offered, this class is also appropriate for those familiar with our Stiff and Sore classes. No previous experience necessary.

Course Instructor: Lindsey Cassidy

Developing Themes for Classes of All Ages

with Alexandra Langstaff
1:00 – 6:00pm, Sunday, September 24
$99
Register a week in advance for 5% off. Use Coupon Code: THEMES2017
Members: Register a week in advance for 10% off. Use Coupon Code: DEVELOPINGTHEMES2017

What makes a yoga class special and meaningful? Learn techniques for building class sequences and activities that engage your students. Explore ways to change a plan on the fly. Hone your observation skills in order to read your students. This workshop will offer many ideas that will increase your ability to teach in all kinds of situations, from a school gymnasium to a peaceful private studio.

Chakra Balancing Yoga Workshop

with Dina Bronson, RYT 200

5:30 – 7:30pm, Sunday, September 24, October 22, November 19, December 17
$30 per workshop
Register a week in advance for 5% off. Use Coupon Code: CHAKRABALANCING
Members: Register a week in advance for 10% off. Use Coupon Code: BALANCINGCHAKRASMEMBERS

Join us for this 2 hour workshop and discover how the chakra system affects your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual bodies. After a brief overview of the chakra system as a whole, we will flow through an asana practice that will nourish you from root to crown. As we learn more about each individual chakra, we will move through postures that nurture and support that particular part of your being. Moving up the spine from root, to sacrum, solar plexus, heart, throat, then third eye, we will culminate with a crown opening meditation. A final restorative savasana will integrate the practice, leaving you feeling energized and balanced. Open to all. No prior knowledge of the chakras necessary.

H2yOga and Stand Up Paddle Excursion

A 3-Hour Tour including Stand Up Paddle Board instruction, a yoga class, paddle time, use of a SUP Board, paddle and personal floating device

$70 per workshop
Register a week in advance for 5% off. Use Coupon Code: H2YOGA
Members: Register a week in advance for 10% off. Use Coupon Code: PROMOH2YOGA

You will get an introduction to SUP with Mike MacDonald, ACA Level 2 SUP, Paddle Fit Level 2, enjoy a full yoga class with Kaitlyn Zwgerman, RYT 200 or Jo Kirsch, E-RYT 500, and have plenty of paddle time to explore Gayle Meadows. Asana poses are introduced gently with modifications tailored to the student’s experience level and comfort zone. Practicing yoga on a SUP board encourages focus and being fully present in the moment. Doing yoga on a floating platform “requires full awareness, acceptance of Mother Nature’s mood, and some humility for the occasional dip into the water!” These instructors enjoy sharing their deep appreciation of nature, and the added benefits that come from practicing yoga on calm water.

Available Dates and Times:
Saturday: September 30: 9:00am – 12:00pm
Sunday: October 1: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Space is limited to 8 participants. Be sure to enroll in advance.

Breathe & Paint Workshop with Jo Kirsch and Anharad Llewelyn

7 – 9pm, Friday, October 6
$35
Register a week in advance for 5% off. Use Coupon Code: MANDALA
Members: Register a week in advance for 10% off. Use Coupon Code: MANDALAMEMBER

Experience Yoga Nidra, a technique for entering into a deeply relaxed state that swiftly heals and repairs the physical, mental, and emotional body. Next, sip lemon-infused water and create your own mandala.

Minutes of Yoga Nidra (which means Yoga Sleep) are equivalent in their regenerative power to hours of deep sleep. Once settled into Savasana (relaxation pose) you will be asked to privately create a sankalpa, an expression of your heart’s deepest desire, stated as though it’s already happening in the present moment. You will then be led through body scanning, rotation of consciousness, breathing, and guided imagery techniques, inducing a deep state of relaxation and healing. It could be said that the main purpose of yoga nidra is to realize one’s sankalpa. Throughout yoga nidra class, students remain lying down in Savasana. Unlike more athletic forms of yoga, yoga nidra does not require familiarity with additional yoga poses and is intended purely as a meditative, restorative, class, where deep healing takes place. No experience necessary.

After Yoga Nidra, it is lovely to segue into a creative activity, and tonight we will each create our own Mandala. Mandala means ‘circle’ in the Sanskrit language, and mandala art refers to symbols that are drawn, sketched or painted in a circular frame. Mandala art has been used throughout the world as a process of self-expression, in the service of personal growth and spiritual transformation. Participants will use color, symbols, and pattern to express their innermost thoughts and desires.

Join us for this very special workshop combining meditation and art, and allow yourself to access your true self and innate creativity.

2-Hour Restorative Workshop$

with Laurae Coburn
5:30 – 7:30pm: Sunday, October 8, December 10
7:00 – 9:00pm: Friday, November 10
$30 per workshop
Register a week in advance for 5% off. Use Coupon Code: RESTORATIVEWKSHP
Members: Register a week in advance for 10% off. Use Coupon Code: RESTORATIVEWORKSHOP

This practice is designed to restore the nervous system and help release deeply held tensions from the body and mind. We use props to support the postures, while gently stretching and strengthening the body. This class is appropriate for students of all levels.

Yoga for the Weary Traveler

with Kaitlyn Zwagerman
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
7:45-9:15pm
$20
(Members receive 10% off, one week or more in advance: use code: WEARYTRAVELER2017)

Whether you’re traveling from afar or just traveling through your week, this class I designed to lull you into a blissful night of sleep. This gentle class will incorporate yoga asana (poses) that will bring the energetic vibration of the body down while utilizing breath work proven to quiet the parasympathetic nervous system. Release tension and invite regeneration into your body while taking part in this class. Students will also enjoy myofascial trigger point self-therapy and several restorative poses before a supremely tranquil and guided savasana.

Prenatal Yoga Series

with Kaitlyn Zwagerman
6:30 – 7:30pm, Sunday:
October 22, 29, November 5, 12, 19
$60
Register a week in advance for 5% off. Use Coupon Code: PRENATALSERIES
Members: Register a week in advance for 10% off. Use Coupon Code: PRENATALMEMBERS

Research has found that practicing yoga during pregnancy significantly improves sleep quality and decreases back pain, nausea and stress. Our prenatal yoga series is a gentle and inspirational prenatal yoga class that is appropriate for all levels of practice (even those new-to-yoga)! We will practice gentle stretching and asana (postures), using movement to connect with our breath and baby. Tune into your femininity as you take on one of the most awe inspiring transformations of your life. Join Course Instructor Kailtyn Zwagerman in this 6-week series and feel the benefits for yourself!

*Please inform your doctor or midwife that you will be practicing prenatal yoga. It is recommended that you hydrate well and bring water and a pillow to class with you.

Drop-ins allowed on a space available basis: $15 to drop-in; included in month memberships and eligible class cards, (not included in VT Resident $54 special membership).

Post Partum Yoga Series

with Lindsey Cassidy, RYT 200
4:00pm-5:00pm, Sunday
October 22, 29,

November 5, 12, 19$60 for Series

Register a week in advance for 5% off. Use Coupon Code: POSTPARTUM
Members: Register a week in advance for 10% off. Use Coupon Code: POSTPARTUMMEMBERS
Postpartum yoga is for women 6 weeks to 9 months postpartum. Class will begin with an opportunity to share and build community with others and then will flow through a gentle practice designed to focus on the well-being and recovery of the postpartum woman. Classes will incorporate seated, standing and reclined poses, with attention paid to slowly regaining strength in the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles, easing back and neck tension and providing a restful and rejuvenating space for moms. All participants should receive their doctor’s approval to resume exercise prior to participating. Open to all levels.

Drop-ins allowed on a space available basis: $15 to drop-in; included in month memberships and eligible class cards, (not included in VT Resident $54 special membership).

Zero Balancing 1 – a 4 day course with Michele Doucette, DC

October 26-29, 2017, Manchester, VT
Course Fee: $795 Early registration (30 days before course): $695
Super Saver Fee: (registered 60 days before course): $595
(To clarify – this course is NOT free – it says that above because Heart of the Village Yoga is not taking the registration.)
Course Length: 4 days
CE Hours: 25
NCBTMB/NCCAOM Approved Click here to register or call Dr. Doucette’s office at 802.464.2361

This is the first course of the Core Zero Balancing curriculum and introduces the intellectual and practical framework of the art and science of Zero Balancing. Instructors provide a detailed study guide, clear presentations, and demonstrations of Zero Balancing. In practice sessions, students experience both how to perform Zero Balancing and how Zero Balancing feels to receive.You Will Learn:

  • The basic Zero Balancing protocol
  • Theory and principles of ZB
  • To distinguish body energy and body structure through touch
  • The skill of using energy as a working tool
  • The energetic anatomy of the skeleton
  • The theory and application of fulcrums
  • How to give a ZB session

Prerequisites: Working knowledge of anatomy and physiology; it is recommended to receive at least one ZB session prior to class.

Recommended Reading: Inner Bridges by Fritz Smith, MD, The Alchemy of Touch by Fritz Smith, MD

REGISTRATION FOR ZB 1 WORKSHOP 
For further information: Contact Dr. Doucette at 802-464-2361 and bones@sover.net. Click here to register: http://www.zerobalancing.com/professional_training/calendar_detail/instructor/2652 or by calling Dr. Doucette’s office with card information.

Prenatal Yoga Training

with Tasha Judson
1:00 – 6:00PM, Sunday, November 5

$99
Register a week in advance for 5% off. Use Coupon Code: PRENATAL
Members: Register a week in advance for 10% off. Use Coupon Code: PRENATALMEMBERS

A training for yoga teachers and practitioners to learn how to adapt poses to accommodate mamas and the life growing inside them as they prepare for birth. You will learn the contraindications of poses, and as well as the nuances of practicing yoga while pregnant.

5 CEU’s available through Yoga Alliance.

Intro to PostPartum Yoga – a workshop with Rebecca Weisman

Noon to 5pm
Saturday, November 4, 2017
$99
Register a week in advance for 5% off. Use Coupon Code: POSTPARTUM
Members: Register a week in advance for 10% off. Use Coupon Code: POSTPARTUMMEMBERS

Join Iyengar Yoga Instructor Rebecca Weisman (CYT, CIYT) for an introduction to building awareness, strength, relaxation and healing through yoga in the postpartum period. While many women may find it challenging to find the time or energy after birth to focus on recovery, this time is important for re-balancing hormones and regaining muscle control and proper organ function, creating a faster recovery and preventative practices for future pelvic floor health. Those who are several years away from having given birth may also be helped by gaining greater awareness of pelvic alignment, and dealing with ongoing side effects of the birthing process.

Women at any stage of postpartum are welcome*, as well as anyone interested in learning more about the pelvic floor.

*It is recommended that women wait 6-8 weeks after delivery before resuming a yoga practice. If you are within this range or have any questions about your ability to participate in this workshop please contact the instructor at Rebecca@iycvt.com

Restorative Module 2

with Laurae Coburn, E-RYT 500
Friday, November 10: 7:00 – 9:00pm
Saturday, November 11: 9:00am – 5:00pm
$198 (Members recieve 10% off- use code: RESTORATIVEMODULES2017)

This module focuses on the benefits of specific restorative postures with a particular focus on forward bends, backbends; inversion, and twists. Principles of sequencing will also be explored. Attendees who are taking this workshop as part of their certification will have additional written homework.

12.5 CEU’s available through Heart of the Village Yoga Advanced Studies and Teacher Training and Yoga Teacher Alliance.

As the Wheels Turn – Balance Your Chakras Workshop

with Jo Kirsch
1:00 – 6:00PM, Sunday, November 26
$90

As the days grow shorter and we move into winter, this is a good time to come into balance. Chakras, spinning wheels of light where energy runs through our bodies. Blocked energy in our chakras can often lead to physical, mental and emotional discomfort and in some cases, illness. Therefore, it’s important to understand what each chakra represents and what we can do to keep this energy flowing freely. We will focus on the 7 main chakras: root, sacral, solar plexus, heart, throat, third eye and crown chakras. Through asana practice, explanation, guided meditation, chanting, and creative play, we will clear stuck energy and open up to experience our true self.

5 CEU’s available through Yoga Alliance.

Restorative Module 3

with Laurae Coburn, E-RYT 500
Saturday, December 2: 1:00 – 6:00pm
$99 or $90 one week or more in advance.( Members receive 10% off, one week or more in advance: use code: RESTORATIVEMODULES2017)

This module will provide an orientation to and experiences with intermediate restorative poses including back bends and inversions. Restorative poses will be held for a more extended period and we will explore the use of chairs to support our comfort and stamina in more advanced poses. This workshop is appropriate for intermediate students. If you have questions about whether this workshop will be suitable for you, please contact Laurae at Herbicoburn@gmail.com

5 CEU’s available through Heart of the Village Yoga Advanced Studies and Teacher Training and Yoga Teacher Alliance.

Adaptive and Trauma Sensitive Yoga Workshop

with Jo Kirsch
1:00-6:00PM, December 9, 2017
$90

Learn the basics of practicing and teaching adaptive and trauma-sensitive yoga to people with visible and invisible disabilities. Ground rules, basics, postures, sequencing, chair and mat yoga will be introduced and explored in this hand’s on workshop.

5 CEU’s available through Yoga Alliance.

A Yin Yoga Immersion with Biff Mithoefer

Taoism, Anatomy and Sequencing

Dec 15th 7:30-9pm, 16th and 17th from 9-5pm
Fee: $425/$375 before December 2

Yin Yoga uses long held postures that support us in accessing the deeper, more Yin parts of ourselves. In this training we will look at how Yin practice with its ancient yogic roots can affect our physical, energetic and emotional bodies. Through this understanding we will explore ways to incorporate Yin postures and philosophy into our teaching and practice.

The training will include:

-Taoist philosophy as it applies to Yin Yoga

-The Yin practice of non-striving and how it can influence our yoga and our life

-The movement of Qi or Prana in the body, and how it can be affected by Yin practice.

-Anatomy as it relates to the understanding of our own natural pattern

-Sequencing your Yin practice or a Yin class

-What it means to hold a safe, sacred space for a Yin practice

The weekend is suitable for all levels of practitioners and for Yoga teachers who are interested in including Yin in their teaching.

Sean Johnson & the Wild Lotus Band: Bhakti-on-the-Mat, Musical Mantra Concert & More

Friday, January 5 – Sunday, January 7, 2018
$345/$310 before December 5, 2018

Friday, January 5

Mantra Music Concert: 7 -9 pm

Free your heart and stir your soul in this evening of ancient mantras given new voice through dynamic songs that merge New Orleans roots, rock, gospel, and world grooves. The trio’s latest album Unity debuted #1 on the iTunes World Music Chart and #3 on Billboard. Their music has appeared on several Putumayo World Music compilations, and they are the first kirtan-based band to ever play The New Orleans Jazz Festival.

Saturday, January 6
Bhakti On The Mat: The Mythic World of Yoga: 10:00am – 12:30pm
Merge the heart-opening qualities of bhakti yoga with the sensuality and vitality of asana. This deep and playful all-levels practice includes storytelling from the mythical world of yoga, soul-stirring kirtan, graceful vinyasa sequences, imaginative meditations, and evocative live music. Some experience with yoga is recommended. Sean and the band have guided this workshop at festivals and conferences across the country including sold-out attendance at The Yoga Journal Conference and Bhakti Fest. Bring crayons or magic markers.

Wild Lotus Tune Up: The Yoga of Sound: 2:30 – 5:30pm
Explore one of the most ancient and powerful forms of yoga- the yoga of sound vibration. Learn about how sound has been used to shift our consciousness in cultures around the world as well as in the science and medical fields. Experience a special vocal yoga singing practice designed to help you tune the instrument of your body. Dive into a playful rhythm session guided by Gwendolyn to help you get in touch with your inner drummer. And savor the power of delightfully bringing song and dance together to awaken joy and brighten your soul.

Sunday, January 7
Bhakti On The Mat: Poetry of the Heart & Body: 10:00am – 12:30pm
Merge the heart-opening qualities of bhakti yoga with the sensuality and vitality of asana. This deep and playful all-levels practice includes storytelling, heart-opening poetry, soul-stirring kirtan, graceful vinyasa sequences, imaginative meditations, evocative live music, and a safe space for you to awaken your inner poet. Some experience with yoga is recommended. Sean and the band have guided this workshop at festivals and conferences across the country including sold-out attendance at The Yoga Journal Conference and Bhakti Fest. Bring a journal and crayons or magic markers.

Bhaktify! Bringing Art & Heart To Your Yoga Teaching: 2:30 – 5:30pm
Learn helpful tips and tools for cultivating more depth, imagination, and inspiration in your teaching through the arts of bhakti yoga – song, music, language, poetry, creative movement, and ritual. Sean will share some of his insights cultivated over 20 years of merging Hatha and Bhakti yoga in his teaching and practice, and also create a fun “Bhakti Teaching Laboratory” where participants can stimulate their creative teaching voice in a safe and supportive atmosphere. We’ll focus on affirming and trusting our innate life wisdom as a teacher so that our inner life becomes the primary source of your teaching. From the lens of Bhakti yoga, we’ll explore how to bring more energy, emotion, dynamics, and musicality to our classes. And we’ll explore some simple language and techniques for making bhakti practices like chanting more accessible for a general audience. This workshop is for experienced teachers looking to infuse fresh energy and inspiration into their teaching, as well as teacher trainees.

About the Presenters:
New Orleans’ Sean Johnson & The Wild Lotus Band
 (Alvin Young and Gwendolyn Colman) are regarded as one of the guiding voices of kirtan music in America – a genre of spiritual music that originates in the yoga traditions of India, and is being reinvented by a growing number of western artists. Sean, Alvin and Gwendolyn put a New Orleans and American stamp on kirtan by merging ancient mantras with rock, roots, gospel, and world grooves.

Sean is also a well-loved yoga teacher who teaches at conferences and retreat centers internationally including Yoga Journal, Kripalu, Bhakti Fest, and The German Yoga Conference. He is the founder of Wild Lotus Yoga studios in New Orleans, and Soul School, an interdisciplinary yoga teacher training program that focuses on teaching yoga with both skill and imagination. He has a Master’s degree from The Naropa Institute- Oakland with focus on teaching chant as spiritual practice, and is the co-curater and co-producer of Putumayo World Music’s yoga music series. Find out more at: www.SeanJohnsonAndTheWildLotusBand.com.

The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

with Laurae Coburn, E-RYT 500
Friday, January 12, 2018: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Saturday, January 13, 2018: 9:00am – 5:00pm,
$198

The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali is a classical ancient Indian text describing the practice of yoga as a means to quiet the mind and alleviate suffering. Attendees will receive and orientation to Patanjali’s Sutras and commentaries on the original text.

The workshop will focus primarily on the first two chapters with relevant emphasis on the third chapter as it relates eight limbs of yoga. The commentary on these ancient sutras will be presented as a path for the modern practitioner to relieve mental and emotional distress.

Please note that the format will be lecture with a brief and distinct question and answer period following each segment. The workshop will also include breaks for asana and mediation. Due to time constraints and varying experience of participants this workshop will focus on English translations of the sutras and will not serve those seeking a course in Sanskrit translation. Attendees who are taking this workshop as part of their certification will have additional written homework.

Please purchase and bring a yoga sutra book to this workshop. Contact Laurae Coburn at Herbicoburn@gmail.com with questions about appropriate texts.

12.5 CEU’s available through Yoga Alliance.

Living Your Yogal

with Jo Kirsch
1:00 – 6:00PM, Saturday, February 10, 2018
$90

“What is my life’s purpose?” “Am I living my Dharma?” Explore these soul searching questions through the teachings of the yoga. We will study this question through story, asana practice, meditation, chanting and discussion.

5 CEU’s available through Yoga Alliance.

Cultivating a Quiet Mind through Yoga

with Jo Kirsch and Laurae Coburn
1:00 – 6:00PM, Sunday, February 25, 2018
$90 

May you be content. May you be free from suffering. Especially the suffering that is created and maintained by the Mind. And may you know a great and natural peace. Through yoga, meditation, focused breathing, discussion and study, we will explore how practicing yoga unites the mind,the body, and heart, allowing for increased moments of emotional and physical well-being.

5 CEU’s available through Yoga Alliance.

Rock Solid – Cultivating Mala Meditations & Positive Affirmations

with Kaitlyn Zwagerman
1:00 – 6:00pm, Saturday, April 21, 2018

“It’s the repetition of affirmations that leads to belief. And once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen.” – Muhammad Ali

During this immersive workshop, traditional Japa meditation and the practice of affirmations blend to produce powerful results. Aligning yourself with the grounding properties of various stones and crystals, you will be guided in ‘om-making’ your very own Mala prayer necklace. You will infuse your piece with individual and group intentions as you meditatively string beads and connect with the other group members- connecting and discussing the challenges and impact of self-limiting thoughts. From this discussion, we will create powerful affirmations that can be applied toward our lives. You will learn about the significance and metaphysical qualities of the mala materials and be guided on how to use your Mala necklace in conjunction with meditation to ease stress and tension in your life. You will enjoy an intermediate vinyasa practice and the benefits of several gentle restorative poses to move prana through the body while energetically charging your mala and embracing your affirmations.

When practiced regularly, these traditions will inspire peace, calm and happiness while cultivating a resilient heart. You will leave feeling recharged and in-charge with a beautiful, earthy and treasured tool for elevating your practice!

Change Your Perspective! Inversions and Hand Balancing Intensive

with Jo Kirsch, Bob Speck and Pam Fletcher
June 1 – 3, 2018
$400/$375 before May 15, 2018

Friday, June 1: 6:00 – 9:pm
Saturday, June 2: 9:00 – 6:00pm
Sunday, June 3: 8:00 – 5:00pm

Would you like to learn the secrets to practicing inversions? Once you learn a systematic approach, you may be surprised how accessible inversions are. You will learn how to warm up your body and open your shoulders, hips, front body, back body, ankles, wrists, heart and mind. We will practice headstand, shoulderstand, handstand, forearm stand, crow, crane and poses dedicated to the Sage Koundinya. There are a number of benefits of practicing yoga inversions:

– Gives your heart a break
– Helps your lymphatic system
– Energizes you and builds confidence
– Improves your balance
– Builds core strength
– Forces you to focus
– Releases your ego and helps you practice non-attachment
– Provides a new perspective

This weekend immersion is open to practitioners who would like to deepen their practice and understanding of inversions. It is offered as a Core Weekend in HOTV Yoga’s Advanced Studies and Teacher Training Program and availalbe for 25 CEU’s through Yoga Teacher Alliance.

Yin Yoga and Storytelling with Biff Mithoefer

Module 3: Yin Yoga Teacher Training​
May 11: 7:30-9pm, 12 and 13 from 9-5pm
Fee: $425/$375 before April 27, 2018

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Storytelling is the most ancient of the healing arts. The way of the storyteller is about more than just telling stories. At it’s core it is a way of seeing and interacting with the world through the stories that are constantly unfolding inside and around us.

Classic teaching stories remind us that our lives ebb and flow; always moving between our youth stories, that teach us to triumph; our mid-life stories, that help us to transform, and our elder stories that remind us that eventually triumph and transformation must give way to transcendence and acceptance.

In these Storytelling workshops we explore the path of the storyteller. Through classic stories we will look at how our own life stories can become our teaching stories, and how as teachers, parents and humans, storytelling helps us share the truth of our own experience. As part of unfolding our stories we will use Yin Yoga, body meditations and sacred sound to look within our own bodies at the places where we so often hold our deepest truths.

This training is a stand-alone training, and is open to anyone who has taken Taoism, Anatomy and Sequencing and Embracing the Yin Path as well as any dedicated yoga students or teachers who are interested in deepening their practice. If you haven’t studied with me before and plan on coming to the third module only, then I ask that you get a copy of The Yin Yoga Kit, and familiarize yourself with the basic concepts, and do some of the practices in the book or CD. The training is suitable for teachers and dedicated practitioners. You don’t need to be a teacher or even experienced in Yin, just come with an open heart and a willing mind.

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