In the last 5 years the yogarasayana travel cycle has grown to include many new and exotic places including the mysterious Greek Isles!
So it is with great pleasure that we return to more familiar haunts such as Salt Lake and Las Vegas and the amazing Moksha Festival right here in its home town! And find another (sort of) exotic locale: Boston~ for a Presentation on Ayurveda for SYTAR: the grand Conference of the International Association Of Yoga Therapists (IAYT).
All this before departing for a teacher training module in distant shores: Mani, Greece! Please come join yogarasayana for this, yogin-s!
And a new direction in the India Retreats: From the familiar and safe haven of Somatheeram in Kerala to the wild adventuring in Rajasthan! Early Bird runs out soon!
And in between, in July, is the first Yogarasayana Study Course for Yoga Teachers and advanced and curious students: Weaving The Basket to be held in the lush mountains of Utah.
If any of this sounds like your cup of tea, please read on…
MAY 29 – JUNE 12, SALT LAKE CITY
consults, treatments, vinyasa krama, & workshops
JUNE 13 – 16, BOSTON
Ayurveda 101 for Yoga Therapists
June 13, 2013
1:00 – 4:30 PM
In this seminar you will get an overview of Ayurvedic medicine and learn about the basic theories and practices that underpin this ancient sister science to yoga. We will cover the knowledge base in the first hour and move into how Ayurveda overlaps and compliments yoga and yoga therapy specifically in the final sessions. The seminar will be a balanced mix of lecture and experiential offerings and will support Section 1.31 of the Standards: Knowledge of the basic perspectives on health and disease from yoga and Ayurveda relevant to the practice of yoga therapy.The presentation will include the following:
- Hilary Garivaltis, Dean of the Kripalu School of Ayurveda: Historical overview and introduction to Ayurvedic Theory
- Larissa Hall Carlson, RYT, Kripalu Yoga teacher and Ayurvedic Consultant: How to nuance your yoga practice and pranayama with Ayurveda
- Arun Deva, DAS, AYT, ERYT-500: Making The Case For Uniting Yoga and Ayurveda For Therapeutic Purposes: A Comparative Overview Of Supportive Principles
JUNE 20 – 23, LAS VEGAS
consults, vinyasa krama & ayurvedic cooking
JUNE 29 – 30, TEMECULA
In this workshop we will discover the Ayurvedic approach to food with special reference to our current food dilemma.
$35/$45 at the door
The Sacred Art of Eating:
limited to 15! Please plan on reserving your space in advance as it will sell out fast.It is being held at a private home in Temecula.
Arvind Chittumalla has put together a stellar lineup for 3 days of celebrating including Jai Uttal, Snatam Kaur, Wah!, and MC Yogi.
The yoga and Ayurveda lineup is also pretty amazing and I am so happy to be included in both:
Offering a yoga class: Vinyasa Cikitsa Krama – A Therapeutic Flow. by Arun Deva
And a lecture: Why Vegan, Why Raw, Why Now – A contemporary Ayurvedic perspective
JULY 26 – AUGUST 4, UTAH
Yogarasayana Study Course: Weaving The Basket
For Teachers & Dedicated Students
SEPTEMBER 6 – 13 MANI, GREECE
Beginning September takes me to Greece and the beautiful Mani-Sonnenlink Resort for Ayurveda & Yoga Therapy ImmersionCredit: 35 Hours
*NYSY 500 Hour Master Yoga Teachers Diploma
*Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Credit
*Arunachala Yoga & AyurvedaLong time Ayurveda Therapist and Lecturer, Arun Deva, joins us from Los Angeles for an in-depth study of the secrets of Ayurveda, Yoga, and Yoga Therapy. Offered for the first time outside of his native India and the United States, this Ayurveda Immersion course will lead us into the science of Ayurveda and the deeper studies of Yoga and Yoga Therapy. Extremely valuable for Yoga Teachers and serious students of Yoga, this course will give you many wonderful tools for understanding and applying the healing aspects of Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy into your life, practice, and teaching.For more information on the course, please click here.
SEPTEMBER 22 – OCTOBER 10, INDIA
yoga, ayurveda, massage, temples, forts, wildlife & adventure
With love & light,
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