Ray Long: Anatomy Workshop
Friday, October 16 (6:30p to 8:30p)
Saturday, October 17 (10:00a to 5:30p)
Sunday, October 18 (9:00a to 1:00p)
Human anatomy and physiology is a vast subject, as is the art of yoga. Nevertheless, combining knowledge from both fields is extremely beneficial to the yoga practitioner. Athletes can improve their performance and experience fewer injuries through a basic understanding of their musculoskeletal system. Similarly, yoga practitioners can benefit from the application of Western science to their practice development.
Join Ray Long and Chris Macivor for a weekend journey into the body. This workshop is not just about anatomy and yoga, but about the inter-connectiveness within our body. This year, Ray Long will be introducing more therapeutic applications to his practice and will have even more cutting edge technology through which to gain wisdom and understanding about the amazing body and yoga.
We hope you will join us for this experience. Come prepared to practice.
For more information, visit our Workshop Page
Take a look at a typical exercise workout and you’ll have the premise for the structure of a yoga practice. However, in both structure and outcome, a full yoga practice has some key differences and complexities when compared to an exercise workout. In this workshop we’ll exercise critical thinking, while examining the logic and reasoning of the foundational concepts necessary to create and sequence transformative yoga practices. Through proper sequencing, cue-ing and guidance we, as teachers, help students to find the pose within themselves instead of forcing it from the outside. They learn not to "do" yoga. They learn to be in their practice as an expression of their authentic selves, connecting to Self, flowing with grace, experiencing willful surrender. This workshop is also intended to help yoga practitioners create a safe home-practice. The concepts and tools are offered here with the intention that anyone could apply them and develop a safe practice in any style of yoga that suits their personal needs on all levels.
Keys to Yoga – the Art and Science of Sequencing and Constructing a Class with Julia McSheffery
November 1, 2015 - 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
For more information and to register, click here.
Integrative Restoration - iRest® Yoga Nidra Training with Senior iRest Trainer, Stephanie Lopez
Wednesday, November 11 through Sunday, November 15, 2015
iRest Yoga Nidra supports psychological, physical, and spiritual health,
healing, resiliency, well-being, and awakening. iRest is a secular and
accessible practice, open to anyone at any stage of their life’s
This Level 1 training introduces you to the core principles and practice
of iRest Yoga Nidra. You will learn how to practice as well as deliver
the ten-stage program of iRest to groups and individuals. You will also
learn how to integrate iRest into your personal life and relationships,
and, if you’re a yoga or meditation teacher, therapist, bodyworker,
healthcare practitioner, or other service-oriented practitioner, into
your professional practice.
For more information and to register, click here
Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla, president of AAPNA (Association of Ayurvedic professionals in North America) and Dr. Vijay Jain along with Janice George and Michele Jain are proud to announce a new educational program for Samyoga Institute (and ShivaShakti Synthesis, LLC) graduates who are interested in learning Ayurveda in depth and those who want to develop their Yoga Therapy practice.
There are two certification possibilities. One training will result in being certified as an Ayurvedic Life Style Consultant
. The other training is to become an Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner
. These programs are deep, practical and integrative. They are consistent with the high standards you have come to expect from the Samyoga Institute. And they use all the healing modalities that arose from the ancient scientific texts- including yoga. Yoga and Ayurveda, two halves becoming completely whole again.
The programs are held in Florida. The format is (3) 1 week long trainings beginning in January and ending in the fall with homework and webinars held in-between. All students are assigned a mentor. Michele and Janice are fortunate to be the first mentors in the program.
For questions or more information, click on the workshop links above or contact Michele via Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 270-566-1745270-566-1745
This is a dream come true. Hope you can join us.