Join Carrie for an examination of the three gunas (cosmic principles of existence that permeate our body-minds, attitudes, and ways of living) and how their influence shows up in our individual attitudes toward yoga practice. Through lecture, discussion, self-reflection, meditation, and experimental asana practice self-tailored to individual choices, we will consider what drives our own attraction/aversion to certain aspects and “styles” of yoga practice and the overall attitudes with which we regard and engage in practice. The personal insights from this inquiry could help liberate you from limiting assumptions or projections about yoga practice or styles and therefore open your perspective/experience to a richer and more nuanced experience of yourself.
Yoga teachers can receive two hours of Continuing Education credit.
Carrie J Meyer, MA, CCHT, ERYT is a clinical hypnotherapist and experienced registered yoga teacher first trained in 1999. With a master’s degree integrating Eastern, Western, and somatic psychology, she is a refined energetic healer and integrative counselor whose professional work has evolved from academic research and training in a range of holistic health systems as well as life experience that includes eight years of foreign residence, work, and travel.
Her private practice and yoga classes are informed by a broad understanding of the human consciousness spectrum that is also brought forth in her workshops and lectures. Carrie is YACEP certified to provide continuing education for yoga teachers.
$50 after 4/13
$45 early bird before 4/13
Refunds requested within five days prior to the workshop are given as studio credit. We do not prorate series classes.
With online registration you are reserving one spot in the workshop. To reserve for additional students, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 916-837-5400.