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Yoga for Life Info Session – Winter Module 2019

December 15, 2018 - February 21, 2019

Join us at on Saturday, December 15 from 3-4 pm for a free, informational meeting to learn more about the Yoga for Life Program. Register to let us know you’ll be coming by Signing Up Here.

Visit the Yoga for Life page on our website for more information on registration and scholarship opportunities.

Take your yoga practice to the next level with Evolution’s Yoga for Life program. Explore the depth of yogic techniques that can transform how you experience the world. With guidance from our Yoga for Life Faculty (Brian Tobin – a mental health counselor and experienced classical hatha yogi and Dr. Rachel de Simone – a physical therapist and experienced yoga instructor with expertise in sequencing, anatomy, and physiology) you will learn how to build a well-rounded yoga practice. Study with a community of yogis while increasing your understanding of postures, breathing techniques, meditation practices, and yoga philosophy. We designed this program to aid students in accessing a deeper understanding and connection to Self, while building a community that is strongly rooted in compassion, with a format that allows for flexibility in meeting individual participants’ needs:

  • Four-month program format for each module
  • Modules run Fall and Winter months
  • Unlimited drop-in classes per module eg. Winter Module Jan 1 – April 30.
  • 8 Saturday workshops 4-6 pm
  • Individual and group mentorship
  • Study group options

Winter 2019 Theme:
Meditation – the Path Towards Harmony: 
In this module we will emphasize the practice of meditation as a pathway towards harmony. Through meditation, we have the opportunity to observe our edges and begin to soften in the places where we habitually close down. By observing our fluctuating minds, we can move towards stillness and closer to our peaceful, compassionate, true nature. Join us as we use various meditation techniques to observe and clarify our relationship with ourselves and others, and the different roles we fill in our lives.