We think we know what Yoga is, until we ask the question. Join the Triveni team for a joyful, playful, and insightful mind/body inquiry into the nature of Yoga. As we explore both common and uncommon practices of Yoga, come and see your toes from a whole new perspective! For all levels from teachers to beginners. Hours count towards the Yoga Tree 500hr.
Share Your Heart is a workshop that weaves yoga and meditation together with artful letter writing to seize the moment to express love. A gentle yoga practice will open your body to sit and meditate on the rich tapestry of love that exists in your life. Then we will spend the afternoon coloring and writing an interconnected mandala of love letters to send out to your special people to let them know right here and right now.
In this workshop we will use yoga to open to the our present experience as mammas and connect with the ancient chain of mothers. Then we create beautiful body maps made through writing and drawing. These maps are powerful tools to integrate our experiences as new and expecting mothers. Then we will share our maps and our stories.
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Insomnia is the inability to have a refreshing night’s sleep when you want and need it. Stress, anxiety, depression and constant overstimulation contribute to insomnia, and all are part of the neuroses of modern living. It is estimated that millions of adults suffer from sleep deprivation, and the effects of it can range from frustrating to debilitating.
Scientific research reports that yoga practices are a natural, drug free way to promote restful sleep and remedy sleep problems. In Sweet Dreams: Yoga for Insomnia, Shannon will teach you:
- Yogic lifestyle habits to set the stage for successful sleep
- Gentle active yoga sequences you can learn and do at home before bedtime
- Conscious relaxation techniques to use waking in the middle of the night
- Pranayama to support the relaxation of the nervous system
- Restorative yoga to soothe your senses before you fall asleep
Drowsiness, daytime sleepiness, insomnia, lack of concentration, digestion problems, body aches and swelling are the collection of symptoms commonly called Jet-lag. Jet-lag is an unfortunate reality for many modern business travelers, but many of its impacts on our body and mind can be reduced through proper self-care, stretching, simple yoga and massage. Join Shannon to learn strategies before travel, on the plane, and on arrival to reduce the impacts of long-distance travel on your body.
-Self-care habits to reduce impacts of jetlag
-Tips and Poses to do on the airplane
-Gentle asana sequence to do upon arrival
-Self-massage techniques for your hotel room
-Restorative sequence for arrival