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Tag Archives: Windsor Yoga Teacher Training
Final Class for Yoga School
Yoga shala started earlier than usual and Dianne was determined that we stay on schedule. We needed to take a group photo, write a test, practice yoga, do some kirtan chanting and share in a final feast. Seemed like an … Continue reading
Compassionate Cuisine workshop with Renee
Food, glorious food! I love to eat. I love to cook. I love to talk about eating and cooking too. It seemed that there were lots of people just as excited to do the same because the studio was packed … Continue reading
A Quiz at Yoga School
It was time to test our knowledge again. Dianne gave us a short half hour quiz to see how much we’d retained since returning to yoga school after the holidays. She tried to keep it casual. The questions covered material … Continue reading
Prenatal Yoga Workshop
Been a busy week. Didn’t have much chance to sit at the computer and write. I find that I miss it when I don’t leave time for personal reflection. Trying to carve out a little space now, between work and … Continue reading
Ayurveda Workshop with Dr. Sisira
No asanas for this Sunday session of shala. We learned about Ayurveda, the sister science of yoga, from Dr. Sisira Premarathna. A gentle, quiet man who learned his craft from his father and grandfather. A third generation Ayurvedic doctor. One … Continue reading
Saturday afternoon at Yoga School
A mixed bag of yoga school fun on a Saturday afternoon.
Yoga therapy with Lynn Medow
One of the many things that I enjoy about yoga school is learning from the teachers who had trained Dianne. They’ve been extremely supportive in the development of the shala at Eastside Yoga. They’ve had experience with yoga, in how … Continue reading
Yoga at the Wall Workshop
“I’m tired after working so hard today!”, I told one of my yoga teacher training colleagues. We had just finished a five hour workshop.
Observing a Yoga Practice
As part of yoga teacher training, I spent some time this week observing classes. Being a fly on the wall, so to speak. It’s so different watching compared to actually participating in the class. Like being in a pose that … Continue reading
A Mentor for Yoga Teacher Training
Reality has finally hit me now because we’ve moved into the second half of shala. It’s time to go beyond just talking about yoga. It’s time to start teaching it.