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Set the morning, the afternoon, or the whole day aside for self-care with Katie Louvat at her monthly long practice. The morning begins with a gently active hatha yoga practice. The afternoon session is restorative. Participants are welcome to register for one session or both.
Cost: $40 for one session, $75 for both
Morning Active Practice
9 – 11:30 am, $40
A long and luxurious Sunday morning yoga class. The practice begins with long-held floor postures and myofascial release (self massage) techniques to slowly warm and prepare the body and mind for deeper opening and exploration. The extra time makes it possible for students to linger in asanas and meditate on concepts and themes with a depth and thoroughness that is not always possible in shorter weekly classes. Katie hopes these sessions will inspire students to approach their yoga with renewed curiosity, attention, and pleasure.
Afternoon Yin & Restorative
1:30 – 4 pm, $40
A quiet, therapeutic, and nourishing afternoon of restorative yoga. In a relaxed state, your parasympathetic nervous system becomes dominant and the body is able to heal itself, reversing the physiological, mental, and spiritual effects of chronic stress. Katie will guide you through a thoughtfully sequenced combination of supported postures, myofascial release, breath-work, and meditation that will leave you feeling deeply rested and renewed.
For more information contact Lauren Heller, (775) 843-3937 , email@example.com
The Yoga Center – Reno offers Yoga for the Special Child® Basic 1 Program, a comprehensive training course in the theory and practice of teaching yoga to babies and children with learning or developmental disabilities, from June 17 to June 22, 2018 at 720 Tahoe Street #C, Reno, NV 89509.
Using hands-on instruction and video, Licensed Yoga for the Special Child® Program Teacher Kathy Randolph teaches participants how to adapt yoga for the successive stages in a special child’s development, from infancy through adolescence.
Designed for parents, yoga teachers, educators, physical and occupational therapists, and health care professionals, this program provides the basic tools for teaching yoga to children with special needs. No previous experience in yoga is required to attend this teacher training program. Benefits to children participating in Yoga for the Special Child® – the Sonia Sumar Method are mindfulness, concentration, physical ease, emotional balance, and ultimately peace of mind and happiness.
Randolph’s week-long session addresses the following topics: choosing the most effective yoga routine, creating the optimum home and classroom environment, specialized breathing exercises and relaxation techniques to improve concentration, and adapting yoga techniques to children with different syndromes and disorders. Populations addressed include individuals living with: autism, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and other cognitive and learning disabilities.
Click here for more info on our annual certification programs at The Yoga Center – Reno. Click here for Yoga for the Special Child® Program dates and locations around the world.