Meditative Techniques for Self Healing: Rejuvenating and Balancing the Mind, Emotions, Body and Spirit
with Mello Mitchell

Saturday 12/9/2017
From: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Room: Studio 2

Imagine how your life could improve by balancing your mind (stress reduction), calming emotions (anxiety relief) and preventing or softening physical distress. Your blood pressure and heart rate would decline. Your discomfort would be reduced or eliminated, in some cases relatively quickly. This workshop invites you to participate with an open mind and heart to explore, learn and practice safe meditations that strengthen and balance you. The practices were chosen for their simplicity and the relative ease which they can be learned and applied. They can be incorporated into your daily routine as a component of a health maintenance routine or used whenever a stressful situation arises. These proven practices originate from multiple healing modalities, including pranayama (breath work), mantra yoga and Reiki. Some have been around for thousands of years. They also compliment traditional medical therapies. Investment: $15.00 ​

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Adult Ballet Workshop Series Winter 2018 
with Kathryn O'Connell


Thursdays 1/4/2018 - 2/8/2018 From: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm 
Room: Studio 2

6 Thursdays from 12PM-1PM:
January 4, 11, 18, 25 
February 1, 8
Investment: $90 for 6-class series.

Learn to dance at Krysia Energy Yoga! 

Some previous ballet experience recommended. This class may be performed in soft or pointe shoes.  An emphasis on proper body alignment will be a key point of focus, in addition to hip rotation and postural placement. Improve strength, balance and coordination, while learning something new and exciting! Registration is required for this workshop as this is a series of classes, not single drop-in classes. Consistent attendance is important, as each class will build upon the previous concepts studied.

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Yoga Nidra  with Gina Matteucci

Yoga Nidra, also known as yogic sleep, is an ancient meditation practice which allows participants to enjoy complete physical, mental, and emotional relaxation while exploring the deeper layers of the subconscious and unconscious mind bringing an incredible calmness, quietness and clarity to the practitioner. In this deep sleep meditation your conscious mind will gently guide you through thought patterns, emotions, images, and sensations 
The practice of Yoga Nidra reveals our innate intelligence and inherent wisdom which burns away negative patterns of conditioning, thus creating the space for the spontaneous physical, psychological and interpersonal transformations that can occur as a result of this practice. 

Yoga Nidra is one of the deepest of all meditations and is beneficial for people suffering from diseases such as hypertension, stress, diabetes, migraines, asthma, and digestive disorders. It has helped countless people release patterns of stress to help boost overall health, to sleep better and to lead more contended lives.
This 2 hour workshop will consist of discussion and a light gentle yoga practice to open and prepare the body for a 45 min meditation. Please wear comfortable clothes. A blanket will be provided, however it is recommended that you bring an extra pillow or cushion for extra comfort. Please bring an eye pillow or a washcloth/small towel to cover your eyes.

“We use Yoga Nidra to investigate and go beyond our limiting beliefs and conditioning, so that we may live a contented life, free of conflict, anxiety, fear, dissatisfaction, and suffering. And in its ultimate form, we use Yoga Nidra to unravel the sacred mystery of life and reveal the secret of enlightenment.” — Richard Miller, Ph.D.

Investment: $30

Photo credit: Mike Marinis Photography

Saturday 1/13/2018
From: 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

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Basic Yoga Sequencing with Krysia Maciuszko

1/19/2018 - 1/20/2018

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January 21

January 19, 2018

Basics Class with Krysia
   New to teaching yoga? Learn how to sequence a Basic yoga class using the Ashtanga Method. Attend this workshop to learn beginner yoga sequences, tutorials on foundational yoga poses, and answers to your questions on all the yoga basics. Build strength and confidence to take your yoga teaching to a deeper level.

January 20, 2018

  Students practice teaching a Basics class to their peers. Warm up, do standing poses, practice your balance, and cool down with yogis and yoginis from the Energy University Yoga Teacher Training Program at Krysia Energy Yoga.

photo credit: Mike Marinis Photography

4.5 Hours of CEC's for students ON THE PATH to teacher training.
$60 Investment

YOGA 102. Vinyasa Basics. 
with Gina Matteucci

Saturday: 1/20/2018
From: 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm 
Room: Studio 1

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Join Gina Matteucci to expand on your Yoga Basics practice with the next steps in Yoga 102!
This workshop will cover Vinyasa basics such as the importance of linking the breath and movements, sun salutations especially the connection of high to low plank into cobra and upward facing dog. We will explore proper alignment and modifications of standing and balancing poses using props and learn how to safely get into more intermediate poses such as shoulder stand, and headstand prep with and without the wall.
If you are new to Vinyasa yoga, this workshop will prepare you to begin a Vinyasa practice with confidence. If you are a seasoned yoga student, this workshop will give you an opportunity to revisit the basics.
You don't need to be flexible or be able to quiet the mind, you simply need the desire to show up and do your best

2 HOURS CECs available for students on THE ENERGY PATH to Yoga Teacher Training (200 H)

2 HOURS CECS available for students on the PATH TO NIRVANA (300 H Yoga Teacher Training leading to 500 Hour Certification)

Life Coaching Workshop
with Lana Amawi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LISW-S
Sunday, January 21, 2018
From: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Are you feeling overwhelmed, anxious, depressed or needing direction with personal or professional relationships? I will help to teach you the necessary tools to healthier relationships, greater mental well-being, becoming more efficient at home and work and finally have a more positive outlook on the future. These tools are priceless and when used can demonstrate almost immediate results.

Also please contact me if you are exploring a professional to help you with establishing a practice, assertiveness, life/career goals, and interviewing. I have helped many over the years in Corporate America as well as in the field of Medicine to improve verbal, nonverbal as well as written communication skills.
My cultural background helps to better understand marital, family and work-related issues that may be a struggle for some as they transition in and out of new situations. I have helped those from Europe, the Mediterranean, India, and through other parts of Asia.

Professional life coaching covers the following issues:

Anger Management
Behavioral Issues
Bipolar Disorder
Career Counseling
Chronic Pain
Coping Skills
Domestic Abuse
Domestic Violence
Dual Diagnosis
Eating Disorders
Emotional Disturbance
Family Conflict
Life Coaching
Marital and Premarital
Men's Issues
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
Peer Relationships
Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum
School Issues
Self Esteem
Sleep or Insomnia
Substance Abuse
Suicidal Ideation
Trauma and PTSD
Weight Loss
Women's Issues

3 Hours CECs available for students ON THE PATH to 200 H Yoga Teacher Training

3 Hours CECs available for students on the PATH TO NIRVANA 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training leading to 500 H Certification

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Partner Yoga Workshop   with Krysia Maciuszko

Friday 2/16/2018 From: 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm 

Do you love hands-on adjustments? Would you like to deepen your practice with focus on alignment and strength? This                                              partner workshop is an out-of-the-box experience which promotes a deeper connection with others and                                              self. It will help you push your comfort zone, and experience yoga with the benefit of continuous                                                          adjustments. 

                                                   Partner Yoga Benefits:
                                                     - Brings people together through movement, play, breath, acceptance, touch and yes… intimacy                                                         (in ways that are safe and sacred). 
                                                      - Can promote better relationship with self and with every person in your life. 
                                                      - You and your partner will help each other to relax physical, mental, and emotional tensions
                                                      - Begins to move your practice to a level of compassion, and understanding, while increasing                                                              human trust and the willingness to give and receive support.

                                                   No previous yoga experience or partner is necessary; bring a friend, a loved one, a sibling, a                                                          neighbor, or yourself
                                        CECs available for ON THE PATH teacher trainers
$15 per person, $30 per couple
photo credit: Johanna Epps, Go Inside Yoga
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11th Annual
Yoga and Chocolate  with Deanna Black

A Valentine Celebration... with your lover, your friends, or induldge just youself! 

Sunday 2/18/2018
$35 by 2/11 or 
$45 after 2/11

Does Chocolate taste better before, during or after Yoga? Inspired by David Romanelli, this workshop will begin with the taste of unidentified chocolate. Bring awareness to your taste buds and see what flavors arise. Then bring awareness to your body with an open level yoga flow class. In the middle of class we will take a chocolate break and see if the flavor is enhanced. The class finishes not only with a blissful guided relaxation/meditation but once again savor more of Lilly Handmade Chocolates!
~ Is for everyone whether you have taken a yoga class or not.
~ Is for everyone whether you have tasted chocolate or not AND
~ Everyone receives a complimentary Lilly Handmade Chocolates goodie bag to take home!
Deanna Black is a Yoga & Fitness teacher, BucketList Catalyst and Chocolatista. She is also a localvore. While strolling about Tremont, Deanna walked into heaven…a chocolate boutique. Lilly Handmade Chocolates is an artisanal chocolatier that specializes in pairing fine wine & craft beer with its handmade, fresh chocolate confections. Deanna is thrilled to support the local and include Lilly Handmade Chocolates with your yoga experience.
CECs available for students ON THE PATH to teacher training


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Yoga History 

Modern Period
In the late 1800s and early 1900s, yoga masters began to travel to the West, attracting attention and followers. This began at the 1893 Parliament of Religions in Chicago, when Swami Vivekananda wowed the attendees with his lectures on yoga and the universality of the world’s religions. In the 1920s and 30s, Hatha Yoga was strongly promoted in India with the work of T. Krishnamacharya, Swami Sivananda and other yogis practicing Hatha Yoga. Krishnamacharya opened the first Hatha Yoga school in Mysore in 1924 and in 1936 Sivananda founded the Divine Life Society on the banks of the holy Ganges River. Krishnamacharya produced three students that would continue his legacy and increase the popularity of Hatha Yoga: B.K.S. Iyengar, T.K.V. Desikachar and Pattabhi Jois. Sivananda was a prolific author, writing over 200 books on yoga, and established nine ashrams and numerous yoga centers located around the world.
The importation of yoga to the West still continued at a trickle until Indra Devi opened her yoga studio in Hollywood in 1947. Since then, many more western and Indian teachers have become pioneers, popularizing hatha yoga and gaining millions of followers. Hatha Yoga now has many different schools or styles, including ashtanga yoga, emphasizing the many different aspects of the practice.

$75 Investment for 4 Hours of Yoga History
CECs available for students ON THE PATH to yoga teacher training

With Krysia Maciuszco

Saturday 2/24/2018 From: 10:00 am - 2:30 pm
Studio 2

Yoga History Part 1 
Saturday, February 24, 2018
Yoga History Part 2
Saturday February 24, 2018
Yoga’s history has many places of obscurity and uncertainty due to its oral transmission of sacred texts and the secretive nature of its teachings. The early writings on yoga were transcribed on fragile palm leaves that were easily damaged, destroyed or lost. The development of yoga can be traced back to over 5,000 years ago, but some researchers think that yoga may be up to 10,000 years old old. Yoga’s long rich history can be divided into four main periods of innovation, practice and development.
Pre-Classical Yoga
The beginnings of Yoga were developed by the Indus-Sarasvati civilization in Northern India over 5,000 years ago. The word yoga was first mentioned in the oldest sacred texts, the Rig Veda. The Vedas were a collection of texts containing songs, mantras and rituals to be used by Brahmans, the Vedic priests. Yoga was slowly refined and developed by the Brahmans and Rishis (mystic seers) who documented their practices and beliefs in the Upanishads, a huge work containing over 200 scriptures. The most renowned of the Yogic scriptures is the Bhagavad-Gîtâ, composed around 500 B.C.E. The Upanishads took the idea of ritual sacrifice from the Vedas and internalized it, teaching the sacrifice of the ego through self-knowledge, action (karma yoga) and wisdom (jnana yoga).
Classical Yoga
In the pre-classical stage, yoga was a mishmash of various ideas, beliefs and techniques that often conflicted and contradicted each other. The Classical period is defined by Patanjali’s Yoga-Sûtras, the first systematic presentation of yoga. Written some time in the second century, this text describes the path of Raja Yoga, often called "classical yoga". Patanjali organized the practice of yoga into an "eight limbed path" containing the steps and stages towards obtaining Samadhi or enlightenment. Patanjali is often considered the father of yoga and his Yoga-Sûtras still strongly influence most styles of modern yoga.
Post-Classical Yoga
A few centuries after Patanjali, yoga masters created a system of practices designed to rejuvenate the body and prolong life. They rejected the teachings of the ancient Vedas and embraced the physical body as the means to achieve enlightenment. They developed Tantra Yoga, with radical techniques to cleanse the body and mind to break the knots that bind us to our physical existence. This exploration of these physical-spiritual connections and body centered practices led to the creation of what we primarily think of yoga in the West: Hatha Yoga.

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