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05/21/2017 to 05/26/2017

Developing a compassionate relationship to your body and mind enhances emotional resiliency and well-being.

Based on Iyengar Yoga, as taught by B.K.S. Iyengar, and the Mindful Self-Compassion program developed by Christopher Germer and...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/21/2017 to 05/26/2017
Creating Fearless Flow

Yoga is known to help quiet the mind. When we silence the parts of our brains associated with criticism, our writing, our art, and even our lives can reach new potential and expand with creative brilliance.

In this workshop, combining yoga...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/04/2017 to 06/09/2017
Freeing Prana, The Life Force

In this 5-day retreat, beloved and compassionate teacher Kumiko Yamada introduces us to Jivamukti Yoga®—a contemporary practice grounded in ancient scriptures and ethical teachings.

We experience a daily practice of asana, pranayama, and...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/04/2017 to 06/09/2017
The Missing Link

NeuroKinetic Therapy® (NKT) is a sophisticated assessment and treatment modality that addresses the causes of pain—not just the symptoms—at their root in the motor control center within the cerebellum.

In this 5-day workshop,...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/09/2017 to 06/11/2017
The Body & Beyond

Yoga doesn’t just make your body stronger and more flexible; it can ignite your passion, boost your energy, and illuminate your inner vision.

In this weekend with sought-after yoga teacher Lesley Desaulniers and special musical guest...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/18/2017 to 06/23/2017
Annie Okerlin
Practices for Comfort & Ease

This workshop is by application only. Please submit your materials according to the directions on this page.

Research shows that yoga and relaxation practices help veterans reintegrate after the challenging experiences of military service. In this yoga retreat for male veterans, you learn techniques to comfort the body, ease the mind, and promote...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/18/2017 to 06/23/2017
How to Make Yoga Your Spiritual Practice

Yoga is not one-size fits all. Learn to think outside the box and walk a path that’s uniquely yours while maintaining a connection to the powerful traditions of this ancient practice with the Kaivalya Yoga Method.

Guided by Alanna Kaivalya...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/23/2017 to 06/30/2017
Classical Yoga Training for Teachers & Practitioners

While many yoga instructors teach asana (postures), very few are teaching a comprehensive vision of the complete eight-limbed path of classical (raja) yoga. Many students are longing to go beyond asana and dive deeper into meditation and...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/23/2017 to 06/25/2017
Breaking Barriers

Codependence has been described as “the addiction to look elsewhere.” It derives from the belief that something outside of ourselves—people, places, things, behaviors, or experiences—can give us fulfillment and joy. It is the most common...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/25/2017 to 06/30/2017
Joan White

We may not consider discipline and freedom as compatible partners, but the life’s work of B.K.S. Iyengar is a testament to the fact that these two ideas complement and support one another.

Based on B.K.S. Iyengar’s teachings, this 5-day...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY

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05/21/2017 to 05/26/2017

Developing a compassionate relationship to your body and mind enhances emotional resiliency and well-being.

Based on Iyengar Yoga, as taught by B.K.S. Iyengar, and the Mindful Self-Compassion program developed by Christopher Germer and...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/21/2017 to 05/26/2017
Creating Fearless Flow

Yoga is known to help quiet the mind. When we silence the parts of our brains associated with criticism, our writing, our art, and even our lives can reach new potential and expand with creative brilliance.

In this workshop, combining yoga...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/04/2017 to 06/09/2017
Freeing Prana, The Life Force

In this 5-day retreat, beloved and compassionate teacher Kumiko Yamada introduces us to Jivamukti Yoga®—a contemporary practice grounded in ancient scriptures and ethical teachings.

We experience a daily practice of asana, pranayama, and...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/04/2017 to 06/09/2017
The Missing Link

NeuroKinetic Therapy® (NKT) is a sophisticated assessment and treatment modality that addresses the causes of pain—not just the symptoms—at their root in the motor control center within the cerebellum.

In this 5-day workshop,...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/09/2017 to 06/11/2017
The Body & Beyond

Yoga doesn’t just make your body stronger and more flexible; it can ignite your passion, boost your energy, and illuminate your inner vision.

In this weekend with sought-after yoga teacher Lesley Desaulniers and special musical guest...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/18/2017 to 06/23/2017
Annie Okerlin
Practices for Comfort & Ease

This workshop is by application only. Please submit your materials according to the directions on this page.

Research shows that yoga and relaxation practices help veterans reintegrate after the challenging experiences of military service. In this yoga retreat for male veterans, you learn techniques to comfort the body, ease the mind, and promote...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/18/2017 to 06/23/2017
How to Make Yoga Your Spiritual Practice

Yoga is not one-size fits all. Learn to think outside the box and walk a path that’s uniquely yours while maintaining a connection to the powerful traditions of this ancient practice with the Kaivalya Yoga Method.

Guided by Alanna Kaivalya...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/23/2017 to 06/30/2017
Classical Yoga Training for Teachers & Practitioners

While many yoga instructors teach asana (postures), very few are teaching a comprehensive vision of the complete eight-limbed path of classical (raja) yoga. Many students are longing to go beyond asana and dive deeper into meditation and...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/23/2017 to 06/25/2017
Breaking Barriers

Codependence has been described as “the addiction to look elsewhere.” It derives from the belief that something outside of ourselves—people, places, things, behaviors, or experiences—can give us fulfillment and joy. It is the most common...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/25/2017 to 06/30/2017
Joan White

We may not consider discipline and freedom as compatible partners, but the life’s work of B.K.S. Iyengar is a testament to the fact that these two ideas complement and support one another.

Based on B.K.S. Iyengar’s teachings, this 5-day...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY

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Omega Institute 5 Sutras for the Aquarian Age by Snatam Kaur Khalsa
Have you noticed that things seem to be moving faster and faster and it takes a certain kind of mental flexibility to keep up? Have you noticed an inherent awareness within yourself that knows the truth? Have you sensed that you don’t really operate as an isolated individual, that your actions are interconnected with everyone? The yogis tell us that we’re experiencing all this because we are now in the Aquarian Age. As you might guess by its name, the Aquarian Sadhana was developed specifically for this time period. More
Omega Institute How to Make Your Yoga Class More Trauma-Sensitive: An Interview With Hala Khouri
An Interview With Hala Khouri
Omega: You have described how people can respond to trauma by being anxious and hypervigilant (stuck “on”), or by being dissociated and spacy (stuck “off"). How do you lead a class that accommodates both of these reactions to trauma? More
Teaching yoga in schools is first and foremost about teaching yoga to children and youth. Being in conscious relationship with our students in this situation means being educated in youth development and able to adapt our teaching to the way children learn. All children do not react to the world in the same way, and we must educate ourselves about the many things that can affect our students’ experiences. We need to: More
An Interview With Madan Bali
Omega: Can you describe the basic principle of your yoga practice? Madan: I’ve been teaching, researching, and coming up with new insights since 1969. Yoga has much more to offer than we think. We have the finest technology available on this planet in our own body. The body writes its own prescription from moment to moment. Just think about when we go into deep sleep, there’s nothing to be done, nothing to be fixed. Everything is being done for us. More
Do Your Own Work & Own Your PartSean Corn   There are many ways to become an effective game changer, but in the context of spiritual activism, committing to your inner work and transforming your own limited beliefs is primary. More
Omega Institute Yoga for Getting Free by Ram Dass
Since we all spend so much time in our relationships, why not turn them into a yoga for getting free? Living a spiritual life is a strategy for working on yourself for the benefit of all beings. That’s another way of saying that the optimum thing you can do for someone else is to work on yourself—not out of some idealistic sense of altruism, but because getting to oneness for yourself means resolving your sense of separateness to where we’re all family. More
Omega Institute 3 Yoga Poses to Help You Stand on Your Own 2 Feet by Colleen Saidman
All women, including models, yearn to discover their immense inner beauty and to find inspiration, as well as refuge, as gravity and time alter their outer bodies. Coming to a love of one’s self takes discipline, diligence, and dedication—all keys to being a well-adjusted woman in this crazy world. I aspire for every one of us to be real, to look in the mirror and say, “You are the bomb.” Models seem drawn to yoga in unusually high numbers. My guess is they come because yoga helps them find balance and a sense of self in a profession where outward appearances matter most. More
Omega Institute Which Meditation Is Right for You?
You’ve probably heard that meditation can reduce stress, boost your immune system, and make you a happier, more focused person. But, there are so many types of meditation it can be hard to know which one will meet your needs. More
An Interview With Nikki Myers
After her struggle with addiction, Nikki Myers founded Yoga of 12-Step Recovery (Y12SR), a relapse-prevention program that integrates yoga with the tools of 12-step programs. Myers says that addictive behaviors can disconnect and separate you—from yourself, your loved ones, and your environment. In Sanskrit yoga means "union" and the practice can help restore balance and wholeness, especially for those in recovery. Omega: What does resilience mean to you? More

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