Sep 27, 2014 – Feb 8, 2015 ~ Shakti Yoga Shala
with Samantha S. Brown, Kenny Graham, Siri Peterson, Alice Kennedy, Kelly Blaser and Dr. Mike Lane
This six weekend series is open to dedicated students and teachers of yoga and other mind/body healing arts. Continuing education credit through Yoga Alliance with be given to certified teachers. Credit hours will also be given towards the Shakti Yoga Shala 500 hour Teacher Training Program. Continuing Ed Credits available for most holistic health care practitioners. Everyone will learn vital skills to help themselves and others.
Deepen your understanding of the body’s master design for optimal health and regeneration. Pinpoint and address specific root imbalances. Through clarifying mind/body understanding, you will begin to read the body more precisely, and enable the potential of rapid recovery of old, unconscious patterns. Learn to help yourself and others to imprint healthy biomechanics patterns that will prevent future injuries.
Investment: 1,500 commitment by Aug 30th, 1,650 thereafter. Space is limited. Payment plans available. Individual sections of the training can be taken if space allows. To reserve space send check to Shakti Yoga Shala $400, 834 Memory Lane, Boulder Creek, CA 95006. PayPal is also available for credit cards with a 2% additional handling fee.
We will be using “Yoga as Therapy” Volume 1 and Volume two from Doug Keller as the manual. We will also be giving extensive hand outs. Cost of manual is $65 and can be purchased HERE.
Section 1: September 27-28 & October 25-26
Focus: Lower Body. Address injuries associated with the feet, ankles, knees, hips and low back as well as anxiety, poor digestion, irregular elimination and more will be discussed
Section 2: November 15-16 & December 6-7
Focus: Upper Body. Address injuries frequently found in hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders, neck, jaw and head. Issues such as vertigo, sensitivity to light and migraine headaches will also be discussed.
Section 3: January 10-11 & February 7-8
Focus: Stress Reduction. Address the digestive system, the thighs, hips, upper back, neck and shoulders. Active and restorative poses will be covered as well as soothing breath work, meditation and deep relaxation (Yoga Nidra).