Teaching Yoga for Bigger Bodies
Want to learn how to support yourself and larger bodied students? Come join Lily-Rygh Glen and Liz Eisman for a rollicking good time!
Take part in a dynamic conversation about body shaming & current statistics on size.
Explore what it means to be truly body positive in support of yourself and others.
Learn how fat influences movement during yoga.
Ever feel confused about how to respond to commentary from your students, family or peers? You are not alone! Often we feel caught off guard and feel ill-equipped to respond in the moment. Yet, if we let commentary go unacknowledged we miss an essential opportunity to effect positive change in the classroom, in our homes and in the world.
Yoga isn’t just about asana. How can we maintain our equilibrium while responding with compassion & connection to our deepest values?
Join your fellow Living Yoga volunteers and community members to ground, clarify, and practice responding courageously!
The breath is the central and most essential tool for any yoga or mindfulness practice. It has the capacity to affect our minds, chemical makeup and nervous system and therefore, our physical and emotional wellbeing.
Learn the main muscles and their function in conscious breathing.
Become more familiar with how breathing affects chemical stagnancy and supports "detox" in the body and brain.
Develop the ability to use down-regulating breath practices for working with trauma, PTSD and heightened/depressed states.
Come join us for this iRest Yoga Nidra Immersion event where you will learn the principles and practice of iRest Yoga Nidra meditation and experience the variety of ways iRest can be used on and off the mat.
This iRest Immersion event is open to everyone; both experienced iRest practitioners and newcomers alike wishing to sample the fullness iRest has to offer for health, healing, and wholeness of being.
All of us are affected by the current cultural and political landscape focused on perpetuating a platform of hate, violence and white supremacy. It is time that yogis wake up, step up and create justice through the practice of yoga. This is the time to be called into action for the highest and collective good.
- Hear a dharma talk from Michelle Johnson, yoga teacher, author, & activist
- Experience a meditation focused on justice in the body
- Identify your role in creating a just world
- Make a personal commitment to creating a just world
Are you a co-teacher in a Living Yoga class? Would you like to further develop your co-teaching skills? We recommend that all Living Yoga volunteers who co-teach register for this free, self-paced, online course!
This workshop will be available online starting in May, for two weeks. It includes instructional videos from our trainers, Liz Eisman, Angelina Vasile, and Nancy Williams (as well as other guest teachers). The trainers will be responding to the online discussion forum and questions as needed throughout the two weeks, and there will be opportunities to connect and learn with fellow participants.
This course is FREE and available for active Living Yoga volunteers only. Please contact Chris Terjeson at email@example.com or 503-546-1269 to register.
Do you have some conversational or rudimentary Spanish skills? Would you like to be able to connect with Spanish-speaking students? Would you like to be able to teach yoga bilingually?
Join Susana Laborde-Blaj & Liz Eisman to:
- Learn the names of some common yoga postures, as well as some useful terminology for cueing
- Develop an understanding of how to combine key phrases and directions
- Practice teaching a sample sequence in a trauma-informed and friendly environment
Has it been two years or more since you completed your Living Yoga Teacher training? We invite you to join us for this workshop which will offer the latest in trauma-informed techniques from Living Yoga's Lead Trainer, Liz Eisman.
- Learn updated curriculum changes re: teaching, co-teaching, languaging and assisting skills
- Get up-to-date on current policy and procedural changes
- Focus on the most current techniques for teaching trauma-informed yoga classes