95-Hour Children's Yoga Teacher Training
Monthly Yoga Discussion
1st Thursday of every month
With Lynn Edinoff, RYT200
$5 per session - from 1:30 - 2:30 pm
Yogis are interesting, diverse, curious, active, intelligent, talented people. Have you ever left yoga class & wished you could stay and talk longer with your fellow students and teachers? Well this is your opportunity to do just that. Click here for more information
South Florida Holistic Moms Network 3rd Wednesday of every month, May 16 - FREE from 8-9:30pm
With Alicia Perischetti & Lillian Murray
To generate support for holistic parenting and green living.
MAY'S TOPIC - Get Empowered with Energy Tapping
This Energy Tapping class led by Suzanne Gunderson of Transfored Connections, is for parents who would like to learn an easy self-use acupressure technique that helps adults and children manage stree.
Friday, May 18 from 3pm-5pm $30 With Doreen Cott, Acupuncture P.A.
Restore Your Sight, Train Your Brain with Eye Yoga and Brain Games is a natural approach that switches on whole brain thinking. The program uses bright light, colors, breath, sounds, movement, acupressure, meditation, & relaxation. The way you see is the way you think.
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Mindful Yoga for Children
Saturday, May 19 from 1:15pm-6:15pm & Sunday, May 20 from 9am-5pm
With Beth Johnson, EdS, LCSW, ERYT
$225 includes manual. 12 hours apply toward 95-HR Registered Children’s Yoga Teacher, 500-HR Advanced Yoga Teacher, or CEU’s
Recent advances in neuroscience show that mindfulness fosters resilience. It helps children gain self-awareness, find calm in the face of strong emotions, and increase self-regulation skills. To pre-register please click here.
Teaching Yoga to Teens and Young Adults
Saturday, June 2 from 1:15pm-6:15pm & Sunday, June 3rd from 9am-5pm - $225
With Christine Apter, PhD, ERYT 500
For Educators, Yoga Teachers, and Therapists
12 hours apply toward 95-HR Registered Children’s Yoga Teacher, 500-HR Advanced Yoga Teacher, or CEU’s
INCLUDED IN THE COURSE:
Information on the neuroscience of teen development, research on benefits of yoga for teens, healthy movement patterns, understanding teen behavior, self-esteem, changing brain and body, helpful material about communication and lesson plans unique to teens, ethical behavior, the value of sequencing and progressive teaching, practice techniques of postures, breathing, chanting, concentration and meditation, practice teaching and participating in teen centered class, and Advanced teaching techniques.
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Early Childhood/Early Elementary Yoga Teacher Training
Saturday, June 9 from 1:15pm-6:15pm & Sunday, June 10 from 9am-5pm - with Veronica Barker-Aguirre, RYT500 - $225
INCLUDED IN THE COURSE:
Course focuses on teaching toddlers to the early elementary school years. It will include: stages of child development including application in areas such as anatomy and physical alignment principles for little ones; child-centered and developmentally-appropriate techniques such as postures, breath/body awareness, concentration, relaxation and mindfulness; effective class structuring, planning and behavior management tools.
Suitable for professionals who work with children and yoga teachers. 12 hours apply toward Registered Children’s Yoga Teacher (RCYT) certification, Yoga Alliance CEU’s, or Advanced Teacher Training. Includes course materials. To pre-register please click here.
Bhagavad Gita Discussion & Meditation
Saturday, June 16 from 1pm-3pm with Charlene Wilkinson, JD. RYT
$15 prepaid/$20 at the door
Discussion, pranayama, and meditation. Tools to incorporate the principles of yoga into every area of life through movement, breath, and quiet sitting. To pre-register please click here.
Foods for Healing, Vitality, & Anti-Aging
Saturday, June 23 from 1pm-3pm
With Ingrid Berthiaume, Certified Holistic Health Coach & Cancer Coach
$25 prepaid/$30 at the door
Learn about foods that nourish and energize the body, fight off dis-ease, improve body function, decrease aches and pains, plus healthy lifestyle tips for living a vibrant life. To pre-register please click here.
Ongoing / Weekly Events
Tuesdays • 4:30 - 5:15 pm Starts Tuesday, September 5th
Facilitated by Louise Goldberg and Jane Charland. For Ages 5 and up. No classes during school vacation days. $10, or $8 each for siblings. Visit http://creativerelaxation.net for more information.
Feldenkrais Method: Awareness Through Movement
Tuesdays • 1:30 - 2:30 pm
Taught by Iris Alsheh GCFP, BFLT. The Feldenkrais Method is a mental and physical improvement system based on discovering natural, easy, efficient and pleasurable ways of moving your mind and body. It is based on the premise that all human beings have the potential to learn to do everything they do in easier, less effortful and more satisfying ways than is their habit. Please call 954-330-6991 if interested. Suggested donation $10. FIRST CLASS FREE!
Connected Warriors: FREE Yoga Class for Veterans and Family Members Only
Mondays • 2 - 3 pm
With Angela VanHemert and Staff. We are grateful to offer this program and thank Angela for her commitment. All levels welcome.
Yoga on the Wall
First Sunday of each month • 5:15 - 6:45 pm
with Sabah. Finding your center of balance can sometimes be as difficult as finding your inner peace. A wall can be as useful as a Yoga mat when it comes to certain positions. Whether you are looking to perfect an existing pose, or tackle a new challenging one, the wall will keep you as steady as a rock. Experience profound body awareness, deep peace and relaxation, powerful stretching while keeping the spine in perfect alignment. $15.
200-Hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training: Class of 2018 | PDF
SUNDAYS, 8am – 5pm. October 1, 2017 – April 22, 2018
Become a yoga teacher at the oldest Yoga Center in South Florida with an experienced, well-trained staff. Yoga Alliance school since 2000. Ongoing teacher trainings since 1988. With JoAnn Evans, Louise Goldberg, Christine Apter, and Dotty Zevin. Philosophy, asana, anatomy, pranayama, meditation, practice teaching, sequencing, therapeutics. Includes 5 texts, teaching notebook, 2 yoga classes per week, mentoring. Investment: $2900.
Call 954-427-2353 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Facilitated by Christine Apter, PhD, RYT 500
Workshops for teachers and advanced students are held once a month during the summer months. Explore techniques and philosophy and deepen your understanding and practice of the vast and treasured teachings of yoga. These workshops are intended to advance yoga teachers and serious practitioners by providing deeper explorations into asana, pranayana, meditation, anatomy, philosophy in a well-planned, experiential atmosphere. They are designed to meet the curricular requirements of Yoga Alliance for continuing education and expansion toward advanced teacher status. Ample materials, notes and resources are provided.
Yoga Nidra is a practice that includes intention filled guided meditation, gentle stretches, breathing and deep relaxation in which the mind withdraws from the senses and turns inward.
Yoga Nidra takes you deep inside to a threshold state between sleep and wakefulness, a state in which you are very receptive and connected to your intuition. It enables you to find answers within to your problems and concerns. It increases creativity and inspiration and enables you to live a peaceful and meaningful life. It is a beautiful and ancient practice of complete physical, mental and emotional relaxation while still maintaining awareness at the deeper levels.
Yoga Nidra workshops are presented in the spring and the fall at the Yoga Center.