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Events

Upcoming Yoga Events in Germany, The Yoga of Expanded Awareness with Doug Keller, Meridian Yoga Immersion and Training, Meridian Yoga at the Omega Institute

 


March 18 – 25, 2016 ~ Workshops and Retreat at Toskana-Therme

 

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Yoga of Energy Flow ist Meditation in Bewegung. Daniel Orlansky verbindet Elemente aus dem Kundalini Yoga, Meridian Yoga, und Kali Ray Tri-Yoga. Die Kombination von Asanas, Pranayama und Energiearbeit führt zu mehr Kraft und Beweglichkeit, Bewusstheit und schließlich zu innerem Frieden. In diesem Workshop bringen wir stockende Energien wieder zum fließen. Wir beleben Körper und Geist und kehren dann mit Energie und Offenheit in unseren Alltag zurück.

Daniel unterrichtet Yoga seit 1992 und ist ein besonders liebevoller und aufmerksamer Lehrer. Das Seminar findet in gut verständlicher englischer Sprache statt.

Die Toskana-Therme in Bad Sulza ist eine Soletherme. Bei 38°C schwebst Du schwerelos auf dem Salzwasser. Seine mineralische Zusammensetzung laugt Deine Haut weder aus noch irritiert sie Deinen Kreislauf, sondern reinigt und mineralisiert Dich.

yoga event in germanyBaden und Yoga ergänzen sich perfekt. Die Tage dort sind voller Erholung und Kräftigung und viel Spaß in der »Bade-Gruppe«.

Die Zahl der TeilnehmerInnen ist auf 30 begrenzt. Das Wochenendseminar ist eine Möglichkeit, diese energieorientierten Yogarichtungen kennen zu lernen und dient der Vertiefung der eigenen Übungspraxis.

Der Wochenkurs ist im Sinne einer Weiterbildung gedacht. In ihr steht besonders der Meridian Hatha Yoga im Vordergrund. Die morgendliche Kundalini-Praxis und die TriYogaFlows sollen hierbei zur Vorbereitung der Meridian Strechings dienen.

Daniel OrlanskyDaniel Orlansky ist seit 1992 lizenzierter Meridian Yoga, Kali Ray TriYoga und Kundalini Yoga Lehrer. Er hat ein Diplom in Expressive Art Therapy/Dance Therapy von der Lesley University. Daniel ist Absolvent der Boston Shiatsu School und unterrichtet regelmäßig im Kripalu Center, im Omega Institute und in Europa. Er ist Gastdozent für Movement Studies an der Tufts University und erteilt weltweit Yogalehrerausbildungen. Daniel wirkte an zwei Yoga-DVDs mit: Hands-On! Skillful Assists for Yoga Asana und Yoga and Vision Improvement.

Termine
Fr. 18.3. (19.00) – So. 20.3.2016 (12.30) oder
So. 20.3. (19.00) – Fr. 3.25.2016 (12.00) oder
Fr 18.3. (19.00) – Fr. 3.25.2016 (12.00)

Wochenende Workshop
Freitag 
19.00-20.30    Einführung, Meditation, Chanting
Samstag 
7.30-8.30         Kundalini Yoga
10.30-12.30     Kali Ray TriYogaboston teacher training
16.00-18.30     Meridian Yoga
Sonntag 
7.30-8.30         Kundalini Yoga
10.00-12.30     Yoga of Energy Flow

Woche Intensiv
Sonntag
19.00-20.30     Einführung, Meditation, Chanting
Montag-Donnerstag
7.00-8.00         Kundalini Yoga/ Pranayama
10.00-12.30     TriYoga/Yoga of Energy Flowboston teacher training
16.00 -18.30     Meridian Yoga

Freitag
7.00-8.00         Kundalini Yoga/ Pranayama
10.00-12.00     Review, Summary, Chanting

Ort
Conference Center in der Toskana-Therme
Rudolf-Gröschner-Straße 11 99518 Bad Sulza
Telefon 036 461 92 007
e-mail: info@toskanaworld.net
www.toskanaworld.net

Bitte mitbringen
bequeme Übungskleidung, dünne Matten & Sitzhilfen, Blöcke & 1 Gurt, Handtücher, Badeanzug, Badehose, Badelatschen, Bademantel o.ä.

 
 
 


 Therapeutic Wisdom Found in Practice

Friday, April 29th – Sunday, May 1st, The Arlington Center, 369 Mass Ave, Arlington, MA

 


Registration options:



  • Friday, 2:00-5:00 pm, $60
  • Friday, 6:30-9:30 pm, $60
  • Friday, both sessions, $115 
  • Saturday 12-7 pm, $115
  • Sunday 9-4:30 pm, $115
  • All Sessions, $335
  • Please register individually for more than one session

Each session will include an asana practice
centered around the theme.

 

Doug Keller Expanded Awareness
We begin this series of six workshops with the upper body — the neck, shoulders and arms, including elbows and wrists, and from there move on to sacral and hip stability. This will include exploration of the ‘Core’ and particularly the role of the iliocostalis, multifidi and psoas in addition to the layers of abdominal muscles. Rounding out our weekend will be an exploration of Laya Yoga (the yoga of expanded awareness) which will take us into yoga nidra and the deeper aspects of breath and meditation.
These workshops are both for teachers who want more effectiveness and clarity in their instructions, and for practitioners who want to more deeply understand and address pain problems they are encountering, or simply want to become stronger and better aligned through insightful practice.
An extensively illustrated workbook, designed specifically for the training, will be provided as part of the training, as well as access to the slides used during the presentations. This reduces the burden of note-taking, and allows greater participation in the experience.
Each session will start with an asana practice that will introduce experientially the points and principles being introduced that day. High quality recordings of each practice will be available after the training, to help with review of the materials presented.

Friday, April 29th

2:00-5:00 pm
Doug Keller Expanded Awareness TrainingThe Head, Neck, and Shoulders: Jalandhara Bandha as a Guiding Principle, and Why it Matters
How the actions involved in Jalandhara Bandha can be used to create greater balance and openness in the upper body.
How we hold our head isn’t just important for our pranayama and yoga practice: Poor neck posture can result in numerous issues, including migraine headaches, neck and shoulder pain, problems of the wrists and elbows, and in more extreme cases, even digestive issues. In this workshop we will explore the physiological significance of the neck, and show how the actions involved in Jalandhara Bandha can be used to create greater balance and openness in this vital area. We will look at pain problems and limitations of movement in the upper body from common misalignments and misuse, and see what muscles and bones are involved. Principles of shoulder alignment in relation to neck actions will be taught, as well as hands-on adjustments for the upper body.
6:30 – 9:30 pm
The Arms and Shoulders Part 1: Foundations for Movement in Non-Weight Bearing Poses
Boston Yoga Training
Arm and shoulder alignment in non weight-bearing poses, from twists to seated shoulder stretches to forward bends.
There are myofascial sutras that govern the rotations of the arms and movements of the shoulder blades. Effective alignment of the shoulders in asana, as well as variations for students who are either tight or hypermobile, can only be understood by knowing and understanding these ‘sutras’ and how they function. In this session we will focus on arm and shoulder alignment in non-weightbearing asanas, — from standing poses, to seated shoulder stretches, twists, forward bends and backbends — and cover the best hand, elbow, shoulder and shoulder blade alignments from the perspective of the sutras regulating the upper body. The main objective for this session is to arrive at clear, simple and safe instructions for arm and shoulder actions, as well as covering effective hands-on adjustments.

Saturday, April 30th

12:00 – 3:00 pm
The Bandha Connection Part 1: A ‘Cranio-Sacral’ Understanding of the Bandhas in Asana Practice
An active practice exploring the connection between head and neck movement, freedom in the shoulders, the health of the low back and sacrum, and the bandhas.
The bandhas connect the actions of our head, neck and shoulders to the movement of our low back and sacrum, a connection often overlooked in asana practice. We will look at the sacrum (the one bone in the body named after the ‘sacred’), which provides the foundation for both our embodiment in movement as well as a subtle pathway to self-awareness. We will investigate why sacral stability and freedom are becoming key concerns in yoga, especially as injuries arise from both hypermobility in asana practice as well as tendencies to ‘push’ against our inflexibility. This workshop will present a very practical approach to reestablishing the Cranio-Sacral connection in our everyday life as well as in our asana practice!
4:00-7:00 pm
Doug Keller: Expanded Awareness TrainingThe Arms and Shoulders Part 2: Foundations for Movement in Weight Bearing Poses
Arm and shoulder alignment in weight-bearing poses — from down dog to backbending to inversions.
In this session we will explore the hands, wrists and elbows, with an emphasis on alignment of the bones to stabilize the arms in weight-bearing asanas. Wrist and elbow conditions will be considered, particularly problems of instability such as hyperextension, and structural challenges such as the carrying angle of the elbow, and arm-to-neck proportions. Movement impairment syndromes in the shoulder blades in weight bearing poses will be examined, including problems of shoulder blade ‘winging’, and how to work safely with more challenging poses such as Chaturanga Dandasana.

Sunday, May 1st

9:00 am-12 pm
The Bandha Connection Part 2: Sacral Stability in Asana Practice
Boston Yoga Teacher Training
Principles and sequencing approaches to building greater sacral stability as we mature in our practice.
As we know, sacral stability is a special concern in yoga practice as yogis develop more flexibility — and is a special concern for those coming to the practice who are already flexible and even hypermobile. In this session we will explore the ‘Core’ and particularly the role of the iliocostalis, multifidi and psoas muscles, in addition to the layers of abdominals. These will be brought together in a deeper understanding of the bandhas and how they can be accessed in poses.
We will pay special attention to sacral stability in twists; this is an area in which there is much discussion and conflicting views on how the poses should be practiced for safety. We will also look at fundamental actions and muscles that need to be strengthened for sacral stability, particularly from the perspective of the movement pattern linked to chronic pain known as the Lumbar Extension Syndrome.
1:30 – 4:30 pm
‘Flying in the Sky of Consciousness’ as the Deeper Yoga of Spaciousness:
‘Laya’ Yoga in Breath and Relaxation, and Keys to the Chakras

YantraCultivating Spaciousness: A Relaxing and Refreshing Afternoon
The complement to the disciplines of asana and pranayama in the tradition of hatha yoga is the aspect of practice called ‘Laya,’ which includes yoga nidra and explores the deeper aspects of breath and meditation. The bhava or ‘attitude’ of this approach to yoga was expressed in the subtler meanings of ‘Khechari’ — to ‘fly in the sky of consciousness.’ It means letting go (temporarily) of the mind’s ordinary tendencies toward the busy-ness of setting intentions and striving to achieve its goals, and instead experiencing the natural, expanded and easeful state of consciousness that refreshes and enlivens us.
We will explore how the ‘Laya’ approach has always been the key to the chakras within the hatha yoga tradition. This includes awareness of root sounds or ‘bija’ mantras as well as the emphasis upon ‘nada’ or the quality of inner listening that is the key to deeper meditation.

Doug Keller Expanded Awareness Training

Doug Keller has been teaching workshops and trainings in the therapeutic applications of yoga for a decade, and is known not only for his effectiveness in communicating this ever-evolving approach in these trainings, but also for his extensive writing on the topic in magazines, journals and his two-volume work on ‘Yoga As Therapy.’ He is also, in addition to his traveling and teaching, a Distinguished Professor at the Maryland University of Integrative Health in their Master’s Degree program in Yoga Therapy. This program is state-approved and accredited for granting a Master’s degree in this field, and is fully accredited by the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

Visit Doug at www.doyoga.com

 
 
 


The Art of Energy Flow Certification

May 21-24, 2016. Sanctuary Studios, Plymouth, MA

Registration . . . .

Schedule
Saturday, 10 am-6 pm
Sunday, 9 am-5 pm
Monday, 9 am-5 pm
Tuesday, 9 am-5 pm

Cost
Sat/Sun: $135 per day/$250 weekend
Full training and certification:  $490, includes a 125 page manual


When our meridian pathways are blocked, we experience emotional, physical and even spiritual malaise. But when these pathways are opened, prana  – universal life force –  flows though us, bringing harmony, lightness, and joy to our being, aligning us with heaven and earth, sun and moon, wind and sky.

From yoga asana, to resistance stretching, Chi Gong, to Oriental bodywork, Meridian Yoga artfully blends ancient and modern techniques that activate and balance the body’s meridian pathways, releasing blocked energy and bringing us into a profound connection with life.

You will learn:

•     A Meridian Yoga asana practice
•     PNF/Resistance Stretching – a modern, safe and effective stretching method
•     Partner assists that open the 14 basic meridians
•     Hands-on shiatsu and Thai yoga massage techniques that deeply release tension from the body
•     Acupressure’s “potent” points for optimal health
•     Pranayama (breathing exercises) that enhance life energy

Meridian Yoga Training

 
 
 


The Art of Energy Flow ~ June 10th-12th, 2016

The Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, Rheinbeck, NY                      


Registration . . . .

                                                                                                           

                         Our health is dependent on the free flow of chi/prana in our mind, body, and soul.

Meridian Yoga ChartWhen our meridian pathways are blocked, we experience emotional, physical and even spiritual malaise. But when these pathways are opened, prana  – universal life force –  flows though us, bringing harmony, lightness, and joy to our being, aligning us with heaven and earth, sun and moon, wind and sky.

From yoga asana, to resistance stretching, to Oriental bodywork,  Meridian Yoga artfully blends ancient and modern techniques that activate and balance the body’s meridian pathways, releasing blocked energy and bringing us into a profound connection with life.

You will learn:

•     A Meridian Yoga asana practice
•     PNF/Resistance Stretching – a modern, safe and effective stretching method
•     Partner assists that open the 14 basic meridians
•     Hands-on shiatsu and Thai yoga massage techniques that deeply release tension from the body
•     Acupressure’s “potent” points for optimal health
•     Pranayama (breathing exercises) that enhance life energy

 

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