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Learn More Series

A series of continuing education workshops for teachers and serious students of yoga. Each session will offer an opportunity to earn CEU’s (Continued Education Units) at a reasonable cost, with the added benefit of keeping you close to home! The workshops themselves will bring high quality instruction, presented in a condensed, but easily digestible format. The teachers will be from our own dynamic yoga community, as well as teachers known to us regionally. The hope is that as teachers and students of yoga, we continue to grow and “learn more” together!

Healthy Benefits of Yoga with Dr. Amrita Mclanahan

Saturday, May 17th 3-6pm

Delve deep into the healthy benefits of yoga with Dr. Amrita McLanahan, holistic physician from Yogaville. Learn how to make the right choices for your health and to enhance your sense of well-being through the practice of yoga. Utilize Postures, breathing exercises, meditation, visualization and guided deep relaxation to assist the ability of your body, mind, and spirit to heal. Change “disease” to a state of “ease.” Discover how a deeper connection to nature and community can jumpstart your transformation.

Experiential activities will explore the realm of transformation through yoga: engage in physical (asana) and physiological (pranayam) sessions to enhance health and well-being; explore the emotional and psychological aspects of the practice through movement, inquiry and meditation.

Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring mat for asana practice. 3 CEU’s awarded for completion.
Cost: $30.  Must pre-register and pre-pay by 4/14.

Dr. Amrita McLanahan is a holistic physician from the Satchidananda Ashram of Yogaville and former Director of Stress Management for the pioneering research team led by Dean Ornish, MD, which demonstrated that heart disease can be reversed by natural methods including yoga, meditation/relaxation and social support. She is a nationally recognized authority on preventative medicine, nutrition, and stress reduction.em>