August 3-5, 2012
Teaching and Doing Advanced Yoga Asanas
Bharata's teaching is characterized by a joyful, positive, can-do attitude. Whether you are new to Yoga or an old-time, advanced student, Bharata's spirit and energy will take you beyond your self-imposed limitations. His classes are puaugustnctuated with the often repeated self-activating phrases, "Let go!" and "You can do it!" Somehow, he has that magical quality of making this happen! He will be giving workshops for Yoga teachers to share some of his inspirational techniques.
August 4-24, 2012
Yoga and Permaculture Certificate Course
with Julia and Charles Yelton
This program is designed to introduce the student to the yogic lifestyle along with the philosophy and hands-on experience of Permaculture. This course is a one of a kind opportunity to actively live in harmony with your environment and yourself.
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August 5 - 14, 2012
Yoga Youth Camp
with Omkari &Eka Jyothi
Open to children 11–14 years old. Omkari will be back again this year for more fun. Establishing a Yoga practice can be a life-transforming experience for young teens, allowing them to develop self-awareness, mental and spiritual growth, and a healthy, balanced, relationship with their rapidly growing bodies. ($500 for children of members and $575 for Non-Members)
Omkari (Tara Rachel Jones) is the director and founding teacher of the Young People Camp since 2003 and has directed the Family Week for the past 11 years. Omkari has completed both TTC and ATTC with the Sivananda Organization. She has developed her own approach to children's Yoga, which is simple yet uniquely a synthesis of education, developmental movement and yogic teachings, and has been teaching Yoga to young people aged nursery through high school since 1997. She has a B.A. in Early Childhood Education, is a certified Montessori teacher and holds a Master's Degree in Waldorf Education (early childhood and elementary greads 1-8).
Eka Jyothi (Edya Kalev) teaches gentle breath-centered, anatomy-based Yoga to adults, teens and children in New York City. She has studied Yoga in India at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhwanwantari Ashram in Kerala. Eka Jyothi is also Manager of Education at The Breathing Project Yoga Studio in Manhattan.
August 10-19, 2012
with Swami Sadasivananda
Bhaja Govindam by Sankaracharya and the Purpose of Life: Topics covered will be; our life as a journey towards self-perfection, self-effort in the scheme of evolution and the Self as Sat-Cit-Ananda.
August 11-12, 2012
Sri Yantra Paining
with Mavis Gewant
Yantras, geometric centering instruments, are used to awaken the energy of various deities and planets and to make contact with our inner being. Mavis will guide the selecting, constructing and painting of the appropriate yantra for each student. No previous art experience is necessary. Schedule: Saturday & Sunday: 11 – 3:30pm Cost: $100 + materials and accommodations
August 12-17, 2012
Yoga Lifestyle Retreat
for Healthy Body and Peaceful Mind
This retreat will guide you systematically through the theory and practice of Yoga exercise, breathing, relaxation, diet, positive thinking and meditation. The retreats take place during the weekdays so that we can give you special attention. Ideal for those new to yoga practice and those wishing to renew their practice. ($150 plus accommodations)
August 17-24, 2012
with Omkari & Eka Jyothi
Omkari makes Yoga fun for all with dynamism, humor and play. Parents, as well as children of all ages, participate in this week's program, bringing family and Yoga practice together. Special classes and activities are provided for kids of all ages.
Rates: $400 Members, $450 non-members / person, 50% discount for second child and family
August 24-28, 2012
Finding Wisdom in Adversity: Healing Trauma
August 24-26, 2012
Dinacharya - Ayurveda Daily Routines for Health
with Lalita Devi
Practical workshops by Lalita Devi, our resident ayurverdic practioner and director of the Ayurveda and Wellness Center, to teach self-help techniques you can apply in your daily life.