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Yin + Restorative Training: Winter Season with Iva Drtina-Hall and Shanti Kelley

Friday, February 4 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Winter: The Season of Stillness. Living Seasonally according to the Wisdom Practices

Date & Time
February 4, 5, 6
Friday: 6:00-9:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am-5:30pm
Sunday: 9:00am-5:30pm

Location
Practice Yoga Church
414 W. Johanna Street
Austin, Texas 78704

Winter is the most Yin of all seasons.

Its energy is dark, slow and inward. We observe this in nature, as the earth is still and quiet, plants and trees lie dormant and animals hibernate to replenish their energy and rest. We too may feel physically stagnant, and gravitate toward retreating, yet our Yin practice can replenish and revitalize not only the body, but our emotional and mental states can help us find harmony in this cold, dry season.

In this training we will learn how to reverse winter stagnation into winter nourishment, stimulate Qi and restore vitality with a practice focusing on Kidney and Urinary Bladder Meridians and the element of Water. It is the season of Listening, it encourages us to go inward and practice Pratyahara- withdrawal of the senses, allowing us to have deeper reflection of ourselves and our path.

In this Training we will focus on making Peace and cultivating harmony within and around us.

Each Module can be taken separately to earn 20 hours of CEU for YA or part of an 80 hour Elective within the 300 hr TT. It is hybrid- in person or on Zoom. Join us.

In this Module we will look at the following:

Season: Winter Season
Theme: Season of Stillness – Living Seasonally according to the wisdom practices
Philosophy: Buddhist Mindfulness
Anatomy: Neuro-science of Mindfulness – Understanding the Stress Response
Skill/Inquiry: Yoga Nidra and Meditation
Pranayama: Nadhi Shodhana : Balance energy
Meridian/Organ Influence: Kidneys and Uranary Bladder

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Date:
Friday, February 4
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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