Thriving Beyond the Yoga Mat, by Anne Lowell

"I think we all have this part of us that wants to evolve and figure out how we can enjoy life with purpose. I call this part the “Soul Self”. There is a challenge however. Each of us has another part that wants the exact opposite for us: it desires safety and comfort even at the expense of happiness."

Workshop: Tools for Coping with Chronic Pain

Look around and you will see many treatments available for pain -- pain clinics, over-the-counter and prescription medications for pain, medical practitioners that deal with pain for every part of the body, holistic and life-style based therapies for pain.... Reducing or eliminating pain is a big focus for our culture. And we are empowering ourselves with a wider variety of options for dealing with chronic pain.

Balanced Training for Athletes - "Reciprocal inhibition" explained

While runners can improve their training during any season, including outdoor sports' off-seasons -- focusing on training plans and nutrition are important, but injury prevention might be the most overlooked aspect.

Ayurvedic Seasonal Practice, Spring 2017

This is the seasonal Ayurvedic workshop of 2017. Ayurvedic Seasonal Practices: Transitioning Into Healthy Spring will bring you into harmony with the seasonal changes; you will discover the tools to vibrant health. This 8-hour course is perfect for students of yoga, instructors, and anyone seeking Yoga Alliance contact hours. Instructor Marek Sawicki BA, CAyu, LMBT, eRYT, 500 is co-director of Living Alchemy Healthcare and full time Lead faculty instructor of Therapeutic Massage at AB-TECH Community College. Marek is a Certified Ayurvedic Medical Practitioner, Pancha Karma Clinician, Licensed Massage Therapist, Registered Yoga Teacher and Therapist with over fifteen years of clinical and teaching experience. He is a graduate of the prestigious Ayurvedic Institute of Albuquerque, N.M. with the highest degree in Ayurvedic Medicine available outside of India.

Qoya: Momentum - A Workshop for Women

Qoya is based on the simple idea that through movement we remember...through dance, yoga and feminine movement! This February women are invited to circle up and explore this concept of "movement as medicine", in turn, creating a conscious trajectory into early Spring.
Together we will explore the concept of momentum, and what it feels like in our bodies and in our dance. What would it feel like to embrace momentum as an ally?

$20/per person, $15 for Breathe members. Sign up HERE to participate in this beautiful, moving practice.

Recent Posts







RSS / Atom