3:00pm 3:00pm

2 Hour Yin Yoga Workshop

Date: Sunday September 10th
Time: 3:00 - 5:00pm
Location: The Prancing Peacock, Yardley, PA
Cost: $35

Yin Yoga validates the power of stillness and gives value to qualities like quiet, slow, and calm. A yin yoga practice is a practice of becoming embodied, in a gentle and loving way, to heal the parts of us that have over-worked or burnt out. It is also deeply soothing for the mind and emotions.

We will spend time in yin yoga postures that rejuvenate the whole body-mind spectrum by energizing the organ meridians. You'll also be gently guided through a seated meditation to melt away layers of stress and tension.

This workshop is open to all levels of yoga students.

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3:00pm 3:00pm

Yin Indulgence

Location: Honor Yoga Pennington
Cost: $32 for members of Honor Yoga, $40 for non-members

We are so excited to have special guest teacher, Sally Miller at Honor Yoga Pennington!! 

Yin yoga is a blissful, calm, and quiet practice of attending to the body with compassion. We’ll spend time in passive yin yoga postures to rejuvenate the whole body/mind spectrum and energize the organ meridians and fascia as laid out by Traditional Chinese Medicine. You'll also be guided through a short seated meditation, including inner work with visualization and sound. Enjoy this deeply soothing practice and learn the value of stillness in your everyday life. Open to all levels.

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1:30pm 1:30pm

Yogi's Kitchen: Feeding Your Body, Feeding Your Practice

Date: October 14th, 2017
Time: 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Location: Prancing Peacock, Yardley, PA
Cost: $108
Registration: please pre-register.

The Principals + Practices of a Yogic Diet

Have you ever wondered what foods support your practice and which ones don’t? Do you suffer from digestive issues, cravings, low energy, or indecision around food? Thankfully the principals of yoga can be applied to eating, and provide an exceptional framework from which to enjoy your food without many of the standard American side effects like gas, bloating, acne, and indigestion.

Learn how to eat and learn what to eat! From easy breakfast ideas to home-cooked Ayurvedic soups and stews. What we eat is the strongest lifestyle factor for determining our overall health, but making healthy choices in a land of fast food and processed food isn’t easy. Sally will share her weekly shopping list and more than 10 simple plant-based recipes. You’ll leave feeling empowered and excited.

Sally was trained by world-renowned Ayurvedic Physician Dr. Vasant Lad over 10 years ago and has helped hundreds of people live happier and healthier lives.


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1:00pm 1:00pm

Yin Yoga: The Art of Slowing Down

Date: Sunday October 15th
Time: 1:00 - 3:00pm
Location: Sun Dog Yoga, 17 W. State Street, Doylestown PA 18901
Cost: $35 if paid by October 14th, $40 day of workshop

Yin Yoga is a powerful compliment to our flowing Vinyasa practice. Through passive postures held close to the ground, Yin Yoga energizes and harmonizes the flow of prana through the fascia. In practical terms, this corresponds to an increase in range of motion and flexibility. In a more subtle way, it teaches us how to slow down and truly feel our body, even when it’s uncomfortable. These benefits translate into a more compas- sionate attitude toward ourselves and others, and builds our capacity for seated meditation. Yin Yoga is similar to Restorative Yoga but challenges our deeper connective tissues to release tension and return to a more pliable, fluid state. Yin Yoga also works along the organ meridian lines to increase immunity, reduce stress and improve digestion. Don't miss this opportunity to give your muscles a break, and explore your yin side. Workshop is open to all levels. 

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to Dec 10

Winter Yin, Yang & Meditation Retreat

Friday, Dec. 8th from 7-9pm: Cultivating Inner Quietude
Saturday, Dec. 9th from 1:30-5pm: Unlocking Our Tense, Tired Hips
Sunday, Dec. 10th from 1:30-5pm: Freeing Our Neck & Shoulders

“Inside every one of us is a garden, and every practitioner has to go back to their garden and take care of it. Maybe in the past, you left it untended for a long time. But if it is well tended, many people will enjoy your garden.” - Thich Nhat Hanh

This retreat is designed for anyone interested in learning or deepening their knowledge of the profound practices of somatic (body-based) guided meditation, yin yoga, yang yoga, and mindful rest. We invite you to slow down, pause, and recognize that softness is available even in the most hectic times.

In ancient cultures throughout the world, the winter has always been a time to return to the inner landscape and let go of what’s no longer needed. Join us for this precious opportunity to practice and support each other so that we can enter the holiday season with mindfulness and an open heart.

Cost:  $45 for Friday, $80 for Saturday, $80 for Sunday, or $165 for all 3 days. 
Location: The Prancing Peacock, Langhorne Location
Registration: Please pre-register.


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