Embodied-inquiry serves as the basis for self-knowledge and acceptance in Ebb n' Flow Yoga's 200-hour teacher training program, led by Karen Miscall-Bannon. This desire to investigate into our wholeness - who we actually are - is the birthplace for practicing asana, pranayama, meditation, mudra and mantra, as well as philosophical study.
It is with courage, honesty and humility that unfolds in such an endeavor. Bethany, Ilia, Joy and Michelle share their insights from this inside-out journey.
Off the ground and upside down! Sometimes, this is the best medicine for our body-mind. Read about how Stephanie Coutant-Matsen brings a connected sense of Self to teens and tweens in a safe, fun and playful smile!
Read more. And better yet: if you're a tween or teen, join her for Teen Aerial Yoga "Camp-in" on February 17 and 19!
As an active member of Ebb n' Flow Yoga's community, Di has found herself on a transformative journey. Since the birth of her now 20-month old son, yoga has introduced Di to new friends, leaves her feeling confident and eases her anxiety.
A giant hall filled with people dancing to live drumming - free flowing and un-cued, this atmosphere created a profound shift in my life. In 2012, I attended a retreat at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. One of the most inspiring lessons I took away was the healing power of dance.
This summer, Algonquin Football Boosters piloted yoga classes as part of their summer camp. Under the instruction of Bianca and Kristin and supported by volunteers from our Embodyoga teacher training program, Ebb n' Flow Yoga held three 30-min yoga sessions in their summer camp.
Head coach Mark took time to share his thoughts on this expansion of Algonquin's football program.
What is yoga calling you to become?
For 14 individuals, yoga called them into 200-hour teacher training, led by Karen Miscall-Bannon. Hear the perspectives from four individuals - Abby, Bethany, Heather and Joy, as they share a glimpse to this part of their yoga meanderings.