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AnatomyLab: Foundations & Pelvis | Wellesley, MA
Feb
8
11:00 AM11:00

AnatomyLab: Foundations & Pelvis | Wellesley, MA

This course is available for Yoga Alliance CEUs.

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 
 

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RITUAL: Sacred Spaces, Altars, and Self-Care | Harvard Sq, Boston, Ma
Feb
9
12:30 PM12:30

RITUAL: Sacred Spaces, Altars, and Self-Care | Harvard Sq, Boston, Ma

This course is available for Yoga Alliance CEUs

Discover the magical side of yoga. Carrie brings her twenty years of experience in spiritual and healing practices and will discuss in plain-speak what is the sometimes the bizarre and mystical side of yoga. This workshop will deepen your comfort level around creating sacred space, enhance your power of manifestation, and enrich your knowledge around the beauty of self-care. 

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GRIEVE: Restorative Yoga + Journaling for Grief  | Belmont, Ma
Mar
7
1:15 PM13:15

GRIEVE: Restorative Yoga + Journaling for Grief | Belmont, Ma

Unlike other emotions that easily pass through our daily human experience, grief has a unique way of taking hold and demanding our attention.  By addressing it with loving and unconditional support, grief has a transformative power. Grief is not something to "get over." It is a natural part of the human condition. In fact, if you live long enough, you will experience grief at some point; the loss of a loved one, a career, a dream or even the state of the world. When the wave of grief comes, it comes with important lessons. When met with compassion and mindful awareness, grief can be a powerful teacher. 

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AnatomyLab: Foundations  | Belmont, Ma
Mar
7
3:15 PM15:15

AnatomyLab: Foundations | Belmont, Ma

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 

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ENTRAIN: The Neuroscience of Yoga | Harvard Square, Boston, Ma
Mar
8
12:30 PM12:30

ENTRAIN: The Neuroscience of Yoga | Harvard Square, Boston, Ma

This course is available for Yoga Alliance CEUs

You know yoga makes you feel good, but have you ever wondered why?

This workshop will offer scientific evidence on how yoga, meditation, and mindfulness effect the brain. Learn basic brain anatomy and acquire integrative techniques that will help keep your brain healthy. You will leave this workshop fully understanding the concept that neurons that fire together wire together. Special topics will also be discussed such as Alzheimer’s and chronic pain.

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Unplug: Meditation 101 & Malas | Harvard Square, Boston, Ma
Mar
8
4:00 PM16:00

Unplug: Meditation 101 & Malas | Harvard Square, Boston, Ma

This course is available for Yoga Alliance CEUs


Are you the kind of person who has ants in your pants and believes you can’t meditate? WRONG! You can and you will. Join Carrie in this special three-hour workshop that will introduce you to the three major branches of meditation. Learn subtle tricks that will help you overcome the mind chatter and uncomfortableness that is bound to occur when you try to sit still. Participants will also make their own set of wrist mala beads for use during the practice.
 

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AnatomyLab: Spine & Shoulders | Wellesley, MA
Apr
5
12:00 PM12:00

AnatomyLab: Spine & Shoulders | Wellesley, MA

This course is available for Yoga Alliance CEUs.

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 
 

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MORTAL: Living, Dying & Defining Your Legacy
Jul
20
10:00 AM10:00

MORTAL: Living, Dying & Defining Your Legacy

In this transformative workshop, you will explore your own mortality and what it means to lead a deeply fulfilled life.  You'll be guided through a series of thought-provoking journal prompts, yin yoga postures and a meditation on death to help you reflect on your life’s most significant events.  You'll draft your own obituary and six-word epitaph for your gravestone which tells your story, in your words, and captures exactly how you want to be remembered.

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ENTRAIN: The Neuroscience of Yoga |  Rye, NH
Jul
19
8:00 AM08:00

ENTRAIN: The Neuroscience of Yoga | Rye, NH

This course is available for Yoga Alliance CEUs

You know yoga makes you feel good, but have you ever wondered why?

This workshop will offer scientific evidence on how yoga, meditation, and mindfulness effect the brain. Learn basic brain anatomy and acquire integrative techniques that will help keep your brain healthy. You will leave this workshop fully understanding the concept that neurons that fire together wire together. Special topics will also be discussed such as Alzheimer’s and chronic pain.

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AnatomyLab: Spine & Shoulders | Arlington, Ma
Mar
9
12:00 PM12:00

AnatomyLab: Spine & Shoulders | Arlington, Ma

This course is available for Yoga Alliance CEUs

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 
 

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Ritual: Sacred Spaces, Altars, and Self-Care | Harvard Sq, Ma
Feb
24
12:30 PM12:30

Ritual: Sacred Spaces, Altars, and Self-Care | Harvard Sq, Ma

This course is available for Yoga Alliance CEUs

Discover the magical side of yoga. Carrie brings her twenty years of experience in spiritual and healing practices and will discuss in plain-speak what is the sometimes the bizarre and mystical side of yoga. This workshop will deepen your comfort level around creating sacred space, enhance your power of manifestation, and enrich your knowledge around the beauty of self-care. 

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AnatomyLab: Spine & Shoulders | Harvard Sq, Ma
Dec
9
12:30 PM12:30

AnatomyLab: Spine & Shoulders | Harvard Sq, Ma

This course is available for Yoga Alliance CEUs

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 
 

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AnatomyLab: Foundations & Pelvis | Arlington, Ma
Nov
17
12:00 PM12:00

AnatomyLab: Foundations & Pelvis | Arlington, Ma

This course is available for Yoga Alliance CEUs.

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 
 

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ChakraLab: Chakras 1 - 7 | Harvard Sq, Ma
Oct
28
12:30 PM12:30

ChakraLab: Chakras 1 - 7 | Harvard Sq, Ma

This course is available for Yoga Alliance CEUs

Get that good mojo going. A favorite topic of yoga teachers everywhere, this three-hour workshop will explore yoga's mysterious subtle anatomy called the Chakra System. Join chakra expert Carrie Tyler as she explains the imagery, symbolism, and philosophy of each of the seven major chakras and how they relate to our lives. Carrie is known for keeping things real and for using plain speak to discuss topics that can sometimes border on the mystical and bizarre. The workshop is open to all who are curious and looking to deepen their yoga knowledge.
 

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AnatomyLab: Foundations & Pelvis | Harvard Sq, Ma
Oct
14
12:30 PM12:30

AnatomyLab: Foundations & Pelvis | Harvard Sq, Ma

This course is available for Yoga Alliance CEUs.

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 
 

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ChakraLab | Brookline | Boston, Ma
Jul
19
8:00 AM08:00

ChakraLab | Brookline | Boston, Ma

Get that good mojo going. A favorite topic of yoga teachers everywhere, this three-hour workshop will explore yoga's mysterious subtle anatomy called the Chakra System. Join chakra expert Carrie Tyler as she explains the imagery, symbolism, and philosophy of each of the seven major chakras and how they relate to our lives. Carrie is known for keeping things real and for using plain speak to discuss topics that can sometimes border on the mystical and bizarre. The workshop is open to all who are curious and looking to deepen their yoga knowledge.
 

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AnatomyLab: Full Course* | Brookline | Boston, Ma
Jul
17
8:00 AM08:00

AnatomyLab: Full Course* | Brookline | Boston, Ma

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 
 

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Unwind: Thai Bodywork |  Harvard Sq, Ma
Apr
8
12:30 PM12:30

Unwind: Thai Bodywork | Harvard Sq, Ma

This workshop will cover the principles of the sacred healing art of Nuad Boran, also called Thai Bodywork. All participants will both give and receive a 45 minute full body sequence that can later be practiced with clients and friends. This course will offer you an opportunity cultivate your proficiency in mindful touch, hands-on assists, and offer insight on how to create respectful connections to your students. This introductory course provides a solid foundation for those looking to potentially pursue the ancient science of Thai Healing Arts.
 

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ChakraLab: Chakra Three | Harvard Sq, Ma
Feb
11
4:00 PM16:00

ChakraLab: Chakra Three | Harvard Sq, Ma

Get that good mojo going. A favorite topic of yoga teachers everywhere, this three-hour workshop will explore yoga's mysterious subtle anatomy called the Chakra System. Join chakra expert Carrie Tyler as she explains the imagery, symbolism, and philosophy of each of the seven major chakras and how they relate to our lives. Carrie is known for keeping things real and for using plain speak to discuss topics that can sometimes border on the mystical and bizarre. The workshop is open to all who are curious and looking to deepen their yoga knowledge.
 

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AnatomyLab: The Spine | Harvard Sq, Ma
Feb
11
12:30 PM12:30

AnatomyLab: The Spine | Harvard Sq, Ma

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 
 

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AnatomyLab: Spine + Shoulders | Arlington, Ma
Feb
10
12:00 PM12:00

AnatomyLab: Spine + Shoulders | Arlington, Ma

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 
 

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AsanaLab: Creating Badass Yoga Sequencing | Harvard Square
Dec
10
12:30 PM12:30

AsanaLab: Creating Badass Yoga Sequencing | Harvard Square

Carrie Tyler brings her 20 years of choreography experience as a dancer and gypsy yogini to this full-day workshop that focuses on how to build dynamic and engaging vinyasa flows for your students. Our day will start with a powerful practice that we will dissect and use as a base for discussion as we delve into the elements that make up an inspiring yoga class.  The second half of the day is dedicated to participants creating their own super amazing, badass flows.
 

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Unplug: Meditation 101 & Malas | Harvard Square, Ma
Nov
19
12:30 PM12:30

Unplug: Meditation 101 & Malas | Harvard Square, Ma

Are you the kind of person who has ants in your pants and believes you can’t meditate? WRONG! You can and you will. Join Carrie in this special three-hour workshop that will introduce you to the three major branches of meditation. Learn subtle tricks that will help you overcome the mind chatter and uncomfortableness that is bound to occur when you try to sit still. Participants will also make their own set of wrist mala beads for use during the practice.
 

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Unplug: Meditation 101 & Malas | Harvard Square, Ma
Nov
19
12:00 PM12:00

Unplug: Meditation 101 & Malas | Harvard Square, Ma

Are you the kind of person who has ants in your pants and believes you can’t meditate? WRONG! You can and you will. Join Carrie in this special three-hour workshop that will introduce you to the three major branches of meditation. Learn subtle tricks that will help you overcome the mind chatter and uncomfortableness that is bound to occur when you try to sit still. Participants will also make their own set of wrist mala beads for use during the practice.
 

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Renew: Restorative Yoga | Harvard Sq, Ma
Nov
5
4:00 PM16:00

Renew: Restorative Yoga | Harvard Sq, Ma

Discover the quiet, restful side of yoga in this three-hour restorative yoga workshop. Our time begins with a slow flow to warm the joints and prepare the body to surrender into deep relaxation.  Restorative Yoga uses yoga props to support your structure so you can melt into an ocean of calm. The body often becomes cool, so please bring layers for warmth, and an eye pillow if you desire.
 

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AnatomyLab: Foundations + Pelvis | Arlington, Ma
Nov
4
12:00 PM12:00

AnatomyLab: Foundations + Pelvis | Arlington, Ma

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 
 

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ChakraLab: Chakra Two | Harvard Square, Ma
Oct
22
4:00 PM16:00

ChakraLab: Chakra Two | Harvard Square, Ma

Get that good mojo going. A favorite topic of yoga teachers everywhere, this three-hour workshop will explore yoga's mysterious subtle anatomy called the Chakra System. Join chakra expert Carrie Tyler as she explains the imagery, symbolism, and philosophy of each of the seven major chakras and how they relate to our lives. Carrie is known for keeping things real and for using plain speak to discuss topics that can sometimes border on the mystical and bizarre. The workshop is open to all who are curious and looking to deepen their yoga knowledge. 
 

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AnatomyLab: The Pelvis | Harvard Square, Ma
Oct
22
12:30 PM12:30

AnatomyLab: The Pelvis | Harvard Square, Ma

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 
 

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ChakraLab: Chakra One | Harvard Square, MA
Oct
8
4:00 PM16:00

ChakraLab: Chakra One | Harvard Square, MA

Get that good mojo going. A favorite topic of yoga teachers everywhere, this three-hour workshop will explore yoga's mysterious subtle anatomy called the Chakra System. Join chakra expert Carrie Tyler as she explains the imagery, symbolism, and philosophy of each of the seven major chakras and how they relate to our lives. Carrie is known for keeping things real and for using plain speak to discuss topics that can sometimes border on the mystical and bizarre. The workshop is open to all who are curious and looking to deepen their yoga knowledge. 
 

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AnatomyLab: Foundations | Harvard Square, Ma
Oct
8
12:30 PM12:30

AnatomyLab: Foundations | Harvard Square, Ma

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 
 

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Renew: Restorative Yoga
Aug
8
12:30 PM12:30

Renew: Restorative Yoga

Discover the quiet, restful side of yoga in this three-hour restorative yoga workshop. Our time begins with a slow flow to warm the joints and prepare the body to surrender into deep relaxation.  Restorative Yoga uses yoga props to support your structure so you can melt into an ocean of calm. The body often becomes cool, so please bring layers for warmth, and an eye pillow if you desire.

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Unwind: Thai Bodywork
Aug
8
8:00 AM08:00

Unwind: Thai Bodywork

This workshop will cover the principles of the sacred healing art of Nuad Boran, also called Thai Bodywork. All participants will both give and receive a 45 minute full body sequence that can later be practiced with clients and friends. This course will offer you an opportunity cultivate your proficiency in mindful touch, hands-on assists, and offer insight on how to create respectful connections to your students. This introductory course provides a solid foundation for those looking to potentially pursue the ancient science of Thai Healing Arts.
 

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ChakraLab: Chakra Five - Seven
Jul
31
12:30 PM12:30

ChakraLab: Chakra Five - Seven

Get that good mojo going. A favorite topic of yoga teachers everywhere, this three-hour workshop will explore yoga's mysterious subtle anatomy called the Chakra System. Join chakra expert Carrie Tyler as she explains the imagery, symbolism, and philosophy of each of the seven major chakras and how they relate to our lives. Carrie is known for keeping things real and for using plain speak to discuss topics that can sometimes border on the mystical and bizarre. The workshop is open to all who are curious and looking to deepen their yoga knowledge.
 

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Unplug: Meditation 101
Jul
31
8:00 AM08:00

Unplug: Meditation 101

Are you the kind of person who has ants in your pants and believes you can’t meditate? WRONG! You can and you will. Join Carrie in this special three-hour workshop that will introduce you to the three major branches of meditation. Learn subtle tricks that will help you overcome the mind chatter and uncomfortableness that is bound to occur when you try to sit still. Participants will also make their own set of wrist mala beads for use during the practice.
 

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AsanaLab: Creating Badass Yoga Sequencing
Jul
28
8:00 AM08:00

AsanaLab: Creating Badass Yoga Sequencing

Carrie Tyler brings her 20 years of choreography experience as a dancer and gypsy yogini to this full-day workshop that focuses on how to build dynamic and engaging vinyasa flows for your students. Our day will start with a powerful practice that we will dissect and use as a base for discussion as we delve into the elements that make up an inspiring yoga class.  The second half of the day is dedicated to participants creating their own super amazing, badass flows.
 

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ChakraLab: Chakra Three & Four
Jul
25
12:30 PM12:30

ChakraLab: Chakra Three & Four

Get that good mojo going. A favorite topic of yoga teachers everywhere, this three-hour workshop will explore yoga's mysterious subtle anatomy called the Chakra System. Join chakra expert Carrie Tyler as she explains the imagery, symbolism, and philosophy of each of the seven major chakras and how they relate to our lives. Carrie is known for keeping things real and for using plain speak to discuss topics that can sometimes border on the mystical and bizarre. The workshop is open to all who are curious and looking to deepen their yoga knowledge.
 

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AnatomyLab: Spine & Shoulders
Jul
25
8:00 AM08:00

AnatomyLab: Spine & Shoulders

This super engaging curriculum uses all levels of learning (i.e kinesthetic, auditory, reading/writing, visual) to etch anatomy information permanently into your cranium. Lectures are balanced with postural therapy techniques, dynamic movement exercises, hands-on work, and palpation. You will stand up and sit down so much that one student referred to this course as"anatomy church." As you travel up and down rabbit holes of inquiry, your burning questions about your own aches and pains will be answered. Discussions include the power and psychology of body language, and you will practice walking confidently until it feels like your head is so high up that you're levitating. You will talk about things that make you blush (a-yo pelvic floor!) and laugh so hard you cry. 
 

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