Yoga Class: Balance, Ground, Unite:

Yoga translates into "yoke" or unite is first mentioned in texts that date over 5000 years ago. We learn yoga or to unite by connecting the body, mind, breath, emotions, spirituality, our essence, our being and our soul. During Balance, Ground and Unite we will embody the integration of the ancient yoga teachings and philosophies with a lens of modern science. The benefits of this retreat will invite you to move back into a felt sense of living in your body by incorporating the ancient yoga teachings and modern science understandings of: Heart Rate Variability, balancing the nervous system and compassion practices. The focus will be on the teachings of yoga through physical movement, breathing exercises, mindful meditations, sound healing and philosophical discussions.

This workshop offers:
• Why and how yoga works in our life
• An opportunity to experience various physical yoga shapes and exercises
• Learn and practice the basics of yogic breathing exercises
• Correlate yoga and its sister science Ayurveda with our body constitution as a tool for self-healing
• Discuss and embody the yoga teachings focusing on precepts and ethical principles
• Yoga applications to help bring balance to the nervous system
• A recommendation for daily practices

No experience necessary. Invite yourself to have an open mind and let the rest unfold.

  • CE Credit: 0
  • Audience:
Lara Rosenberg

Lara Rosenberg

Lara Rosenberg uses a blend of Eastern and Western healing practices to embody a deeper connection within Oneself. Lara found yoga in her early twenties as part of her journey to self healing. Lara owns OM3 Yoga, is the Trauma Yoga Consultant for The Meadows Behavioral Health and Warrior Goddess Facilitator. Lara’s yoga training includes Ashtanga, Anusara, Hatha, Vinyasa, Hot Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Trauma Informed, Body Awareness, Somatic Release Movement and a variety meditation practices including iRest. Some of her main teachers are Dave Oliver, Martin & Jordan Kirk, Dharma Mitra, Asana Andiappan, David Romanelli, Ian Lopatin, Tao Porchon Lynch, David Emerson, Dr. Bessel van der Kolk and Dr. Richard Miller. Other major influences in Lara’s teachings are Michael Meade, Girish Jha, Andrew Ecker, Lisa Saylan, HeatherAsh Amara and the Toltec Teachings of don Miguel Ruiz.