reYoga offers a limited number of classes

reYoga’s model requires that you register and pay the teacher directly for their class

reYoga also offers pop-up classes from time to time

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CLASSES AND EVENTS ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE AS OF MARCH 16, 2020

Workshops & Special Offerings

reYoga’s training program of weekend modules can be taken as workshops for non-certification track students. These can also be used for 20 continuing education credits.

reYoga also hosts other teachers from an array of styles and modalities for workshops and special offerings.

 

CLASSES AND EVENTS ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE AS OF MARCH 16, 2020

Anatomy Trains Structural Essentials: ATSI Part I – Canada

March 5-23

Anatomy Trains Structural Integration Certification Canada

Begin your ATSI Training in Canada– All 6 Structural Essentials workshops, in 1 intensive format!

Led by Anatomy Trains certified teacher Cristy Harper with special guest instructor Tom Myers

Once you have completed the prerequisite Anatomy Trains in Structure and Function course, we invite you take all 6 ATSI Part l: Structural Essentials courses in a continuous, intensive format, from the feet to the jaw in 15 days! This comprehensive format focuses on anatomy, body reading and techniques. immerse yourself in this essential education with a brilliant and energetic teaching team, providing strong skills and experience to take you to the next level of your practice:

  • A coherent philosophy of manual and movement therapy in the 21st century
  • BodyReading (visual assessment of pattern) vocabulary and practice
  • Regional Anatomy and Myofascial Meridians
  • Fascial Release Techniques – introduction, body mechanics, with plenty of hands-on practice and guidance

Note: Please do not make non-refundable travel arrangements without prior confirmation from Anatomy Trains.

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The Yoga Sutra and the Psychology of Yoga

March 27-29

The classic teachings underpinning yoga are found in the Yoga Sutra. Compiled some 2000 years ago, these teachings provide a roadmap to self-understanding and spiritual awakening. They are as relevant today as when they were written.

Much of our modern-day psychology is reflected in these teachings.

The module unlocks specific tools to access and bring to life these teachings.

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Your Compassionate Self – Mindful Self-Compassion

with Dr Robin Beardsley

Tuesdays, 6:15-8:45 pm, April 21 – June 9

Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) is an empirically-supported, 8-week, training program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion through self-kindness, common humanity, and mindful awareness.

“With self-compassion, we give ourselves the same kindness and care we’d give to a good friend.” ~ Kristin Neff

What to Expect

Program activities include:

  • meditation
  • short talks
  • experiential exercises
  • group discussion
  • home practices

The intention over the 8-week course is for participants to directly experience self-compassion and learn practices that evoke self-compassion in daily life.

MSC includes 8 weekly sessions of 2.5 hours each, in addition to a 4-hour retreat.

Prior to registering, participants should plan to attend every session and practice mindfulness and self-compassion at least 30 minutes per day throughout the program.

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ME Time with Stephanie Sparrow

May 2, 8 am-5:30 pm

ME Time with Stephanie Sparrow

A full day focused on Self-Love.
Let yourself be guided through classes and workshops designed to soothe your heart chakra.

Yoga ~ Meditation ~ Crystals ~ Essential Oils ~ Holistic Nutrition

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Early Bird: $79
After April 1: $99


Wise Progression – Advanced Sequencing and Assisting

May 29-May 31, June 5-7

The thing separating a good yoga experience from an exceptional one is sequencing. The art and science of layering poses, breath work, themes and techniques requires skill and mastery. This module draws on the teaching of Krishnamacharya – the grandfather of modern hatha yoga – and Yogarupa Rod Stryker, a modern hatha master.

Your teaching will be enhanced by this module, you will learn what is necessary to achieve excellence as a teacher and practitioner.

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Tantra and Prana Shakti

September 18-20

The modern approach to yoga is steeped in physical practice. It works with the movement of lifeforce – prana – to build a stronger and more resilient you. This approach is steeped in the teachings of tantra, in how to use our energy, our experiences our self-understanding to become prosper materially and spiritually in this lifetime.

In this module, many techniques and practices are explored. These gems become the cornerstone of your practice and teaching.

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Subtle Anatomy (Koshas and Kundalini Shakti)

November 20-22

From the yoga point of view, we are more than our physical being. Within the physical form are layers of subtle anatomy that shape who and what we are. As we begin to understand the layers of our being we can better understand how to make affect changes.

We begin to understand the power of the subtle realms as the entry point for self-unfoldment. Once we move beyond the body fixation and learn to appreciate our whole being, our journies to self-understanding really begin.

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Subtle Healing Practices of the Yoga Tradition

January 22-24, 2021

Continuing the work in the subtle realm, this module takes you through a number of practices and techniques that work on the physical, mental and spiritual levels of your being.

When practices are layered and the emphasis shifts to subtle work, the healing properties of the practices work best. Deep wounds and patterns can be broken or resolved to allow you to step into your inherent freedom and contentment.

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Ayurveda – Yoga’s Sister Science

March 26-28, 2021

To understand yoga fully it is important that you have a foundation in Ayurveda. The sister science to yoga, Ayurveda is the medical aspect of yoga. It looks at diet, lifestyle and mental/psychological aspects of your life to help determine what imbalances are present, where and how those imbalances were generated and how to reduce and ultimately eliminate them.

Ayurveda connects us in a deeply intuitive way with nature. You learn how to understand and address the conditions that present themselves within you. It becomes your ultimate tool for well-being.

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Advanced Pranayama and Meditation

June 18-20, 2021

The wisdom of breath is a deep part of the yoga tradition. For millennia yogis have used the breath to impact the mind and one’s overall well-being. The science behind the breath is well understood within yoga. There are specific breathing techniques for everything from cleansing and purifying to transcending the earthly plane.

Meditation is the vehicle to transcend the mind and the gripping tendencies it has, keeping you from your understanding of self.

Breath is the link between the body and the mind. Meditation is the most profound tool of yoga to discover who you truly are.

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