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4. - 7. september 21 timer
Yogapraksis er inkl. hver dag.
Hver dag kl. 8 - 17
Maria's public classes freag og lørdag koster 2 klip men er gratis hvis du deltager i hele weekenden.
Philosophical Roots, Ancient Text and Foundation of Ayurveda: Explore the roots and lineage of this 5,000-year-old science of medicine known as the “mother of all healing sciences”. Rooted in the ancient teachings of the Vedas, Ayurveda encompasses a full-spectrum approach to harmonizing the mind, body and soul. This workshop offers a glimpse into the foundational and powerful root-teachings of Ayurveda that then expand into deeper concepts and applications.
Understanding Doshic Theory, Individual Constitution and Imbalances: Ayurveda, literally translated as “science of life” is the oldest, uninterrupted system of healing/medicine. The sister science of Yoga, this is the practice that cultivates vitality, health and longevity. Understand what it means to live according to your prakriti or “constitution” and learn how to adapt this ancient art of healing to fit your life. This workshop will highlight basic Ayurvedic concepts and principles for vibrant living in harmony and balance.
Dinacharya: Routines and Lifestyle Choices for Health and Vitality: Ayurveda helps and supports the art of living a balanced and harmonious life. This workshop will teach the basic tenets of Ayurveda and how they can help you choose daily routines/practices that support a life of balance and longevity. Understand the ancient teachings of Dinacharya (daily routine), which offer an awakened approach to living out each day!
Living in Harmony: Understanding Seasons and Cycles to Balance with Nature: Rtucharya, known as Ayurveda’s revered Seasonal recommendations and practices guide us to navigate and cycle with the natural rhythms of the Earth. Learn how to harmonize the entire year and honor each of the four major cycles for optimal health and vitality. Each season offers various dynamics by which we can change and alter our Yoga practices to activate and maximize our efforts. After this intensive you will understand how to create a plan for seasonal living that will awaken and release perfunctory habits that do not serve you all year-round.
Doshas and Yoga: The three Doshas are the hallmark of Ayurveda guiding us to understand how we function on both a physical and mental level. Yoga offers practices to help us resolve mental conflict and confusion so that we can find a peaceful state, Samadhi. Merging the profound teachings of these two great sciences will support our path to health and happiness. Learn how to apply and utilize the vast knowledge of both Yoga and Ayurveda to transform and support your spiritual and physical sadhana to meet your individual needs and goals.
e-ryt 500 | Ayurvedic Practitioner | Prana Flow® Yoga | Ayuryoga
Maria Garre was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and grew up in Frederick, MD, where she completed her undergraduate studies at Hood College in Biology and Eastern Philosophy. After college, Maria continued her education at Hood by completing the graduate program in Biomedical Sciences in addition to working as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor with ACE and AFAA certifications.
Her passion for fitness led her to purchase the Frederick Fitness Center which she owned and managed for five years. During this time she was introduced to both Yoga and Pilates and began a formal teacher-training program with Janine Galati in both disciplines at Alternative Health and Fitness in Philadelphia. She studied full time for two years in Yoga and Pilates and then pursued a Masters Degree in Education at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia.
Maria has been studying with Shiva Rea since 2000 which led her to coordinate Shiva’s International Yoga Teacher Training Program and served as the Prana Flow Affiliate Certification Coordinator for five years. She has been involved in health, Yoga and Pilates instruction for over 15 years. In addition to offering teacher training, workshops and retreats world-wide, Maria has completed programs at both the Kripalu School of Ayurveda and the world-renowned Ayurvedic Institute with Dr. Vasant Lad. She has written several articles for local and international publications, including Yoga Journal, Simple Living and Ayurveda Today and has been a featured presenter at Vancouver and Toronto Yoga Conferences.
Maria is dedicated to a life-long study, practice and teaching of both Yoga and Ayurveda. Celebrating over 20 years of study in Medical and Biological Sciences, Philosophy, Ayurveda and Yoga, Maria’s teachings offer a grounded yet transformative approach to living, being, and embodying Yoga. Blending the knowledge she has gathered from her studies with her yearly trips to India, she leads dynamic, liberating classes and trainings that embody the alchemy of all these disciplines and teachings.
She is currently on faculty at the Ayurvedic Institute teaching under Dr. Vasant Lad. She continues to work alongside Shiva Rea’s Samudra School for Living Yoga where she serves as the Director of the Living Ayurveda Consultation Program in addition to serving as the Yoga Director for numerous Prana Flow Teacher Training programs in the USA, Canada and Japan.
Maria is a member of Yoga Alliance (YA), National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA), and the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT)
Yoga, mindfulness and Emotional Evolution
Weekend med Bo Forbes 2. - 5. oktober 2014.
Torsdag d. 2. okt. kl. 17-20
Fred-søn. kl. 9 - 16.
Headlines for the weekend are Emodied vinyasa, Emotional growth and Empaths, practice of self compassion.
In a modern yoga culture that equates strong sensation with transformation, how can we combine a mindful, therapeutic practice with a challenging, enjoyable one? In this daylong intensive, we’ll experience specific ways to marry yoga’s contemplative elements with asana to create a therapeutic and transformative vinyasa practice. We’ll seamlessly integrate the subtle, yet powerful tools of core body empowerment, connective tissue re-integration, and therapeutic sequencing. We’ll then infuse this mindfull vinyasa practice with the body-centered and meditative elements of ‘therapeutic savasana’ and restorative yoga. We’ll enjoy a special focus on what neuroscience calls “the language of transformation” in practice and teaching, and observe how this language dovetails with the art of assisting students in both active and restful parts of yoga practice.
yoga for emotional evolution:
The World Health Organization estimates that by 2030, depression will be our highest global disease burden. How can yoga help change this trajectory? When we integrate the principles and practices of the yoga, yoga therapy, and mindfulness traditions, we have the strongest chance of ending the epidemics of anxiety and depression. According to affective neuroscience, we all have access to a special form of body awareness which increases mindfulness, improves physical health, and alleviates anxiety, depression, and chronic stress. What is this special body awareness, and how can we cultivate it in our practice and our teaching? In this workshop, we’ll learn how to practice in ways that promote emotional well-being. We'll experience the integration of breathing exercises, postural adjustments, mindful asana practice, restorative postures, and other therapeutic elements that balance the nervous system, quiet the mind, energize the body, regulate emotions, and create the building blocks for transformation.
yoga for empaths: the three pillars of health and happiness
Empaths—extremely empathic people—make wonderful teachers, healers, and therapists. Being an empath, however, can be hazardous to our health: empaths absorb others’ emotions, get sick more easily, and are more vulnerable to emotional contagion than people who are not empaths. What’s more, empaths are often drawn to become yoga teachers, and a high percentage suffer from inflammatory illnesses. In this workshop, we’ll touch on the five main signs of being an empath. We’ll explore both the positive and challenging aspects of having high levels of empathy, and touch on the research that links inflammation to mind-body illness. We’ll access the anti-inflammatory properties of yoga, first through tools that balance the nervous system, the “gateway body” to the mind-body network. We’ll explore key ways to reprogram the three primary empath-related areas of our mind-body network. We’ll also learn tools from the yoga and mindfulness traditions that solidify boundaries, regulate the nervous system, and promote physical, mental, and emotional health.