“What’s My Dosha?”
Ayurveda’s Map to Great Health
- Discover which elemental energy, or dosha, dominates your constitution, Vata, Pitta or Kapha
- Learn your constitution’s natural tendencies, strengths and weaknesses
- Receive guidance on which habits and foods are best for you – and which to avoid
- Learn the illnesses you may be more prone to, so you can prevent them
- Understand how our culture sets us up for imbalances (and what to do about it)
Devi Day Yoga Retreat
Nourish Yourself & Restore Balance
Saturday, Feb. 9 ~ 9am – 4pm
Chapel Hill, NC
Ivy will be guest teaching at this full day of yoga practice, connection, learning, healing, rest and nourishment led by yoga teacher extraordinaire Olynda Smith. In the morning we will work a specific sequence and type of alignment that helps calm the nervous system. Through activating the parasympathetic nervous system we’ll open up to rest, restoration and receiving nourishment from our self-care practices.
In the afternoon, Ivy will share some of the profound principles of self-care taught in the ancient healing system of India. We’ll explore a handful of potent practices we can take home with us to deeply nourish ourselves in the midst of our busy lives, so we can continue this deep rest and balancing work long after our dreamy day together.
More information: http://olyndasmith.com/next-full-devi-day
To register: email Olyndasmith@gmail.com
$80 for the full day / Teacher discount $65** / $40 for half day, if space allows.
200-Hour Adaptive Yoga Teacher Training
Are you ready to take the next step along your path to deepening your yoga journey as a practitioner, or as a teacher? A yoga teacher training is a life-changing experience as you open to yourself in ways that only immersion in the study and practice of yoga can provide.
The 200-hour Adaptive Yoga Teacher Training is approved by Yoga Alliance for certification. What makes this yoga training different is that it focuses on making the many practices of yoga accessible to everyone, regardless of age or level of fitness. You will learn to honor individual differences and emphasize the adaptation of the practice to differently-abled bodies.
This type of training is often sought out by health care practitioners, educators, and therapists who are interested in including integrative yoga into their work with clients, as well as yoga practitioners who are interested in deepening their understanding of yoga in a non-competitive atmosphere that will honor where they are in their practice.
Cheryl Fenner Brown, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, Reiki Master, is the program director and lead teacher. Ivy Ingram, MA, AP, will be support faculty.
The curriculum will include:
- The history and philosophy and ethics of yoga including study of the Yoga Sutras and Bhagavad Gita
- Teaching techniques and methodologies for asana (postures), pranayama (breathing), mudra (hand gestures), mantra (chanting and sound), and yoga nidra (guided meditation and visualization)
- Physical anatomy and how the systems of the body are affected by yoga
- Healthy movement patterns and how to prevent common yoga injuries
- The energetic anatomy of the koshas, chakras, bandhas, nadis, and vayus
- How yoga affects mind/body health and stress management
- The importance of meditation, relaxation, and visualization
- The business and legality of yoga including tips on marketing
- Tips on becoming insured, and how to start and grow your yoga business.
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