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STEP 1: GET GROUNDED in Children’s Yoga Teacher Training

Based on the principle that you must ground yourself before grounding others, this training is an invitation to create an authentic presence, complete engaging groundwork and receive a well-rounded introduction into all aspects of teaching yoga to kids and teens. Upon completion, you are eligible for the Elevator Pass and entry to our private online… Read more »

Teacher Led Training- Step 2: Pre-grounded & Special Needs

June 4, 2016- June 6, 2016 For more click on the link: http://www.gogrounded.com Align your skills with your heart’s desire to teach real yoga in a fun and meaningful way to little ones and those with special needs. This 22-hour training includes the following: The specifics and potential outcomes of teaching yoga to kids ages… Read more »

NEW CLASS: Movement Efficiency from the Ground Up

Saturday’s, 9:30 – 10:30 AM Our feet are the foundation to our movement. Our foot posture and foot bio-mechanics determine the efficiency of every move we make. We know that the majority of people in our society are moving with a degree of inefficiency, frequently experiencing knee pain, hip pain, low back pain, core instability… Read more »

Run Healthy – Run Injury Free!

February 13th, 2016 3:30-6:30 3:30-4:15 PM -VICTORY SPORTS MEDICINE Prevention and surgical alternatives to knees and other typical running injuries. 4:15-5:00 PM -EBFA EVIDENCE BASED FITNESS ACADEMY Prep the body for movement by tapping into the nervous system with barefoot science, foot-to-core sequencing, and reflexive stability via fascial lines. 5:00-5:45 PM -MELT METHOD A simple… Read more »

Hot Yoga For Runners (but not just runners!)

Every other Wednesday starting January 6, 2016 Beginner to Intermediate Truly a great class for runners and athletes, novice to intermediate, but anyone interested in learning yoga poses and a flow designed to work with the heat, to increase flexibility and core strength, is welcome to join in. In this class you can expect a… Read more »