Join us to reach new heights of hope and happiness this year with yoga practice of meditation, breathing, poses, study and good old-fashioned fun! Trust KC’s original yoga school since 1984. It feels great to quiet your mind, love your healthy body, and renew your spirit.
Effective speaking for a teacher of yoga begins with knowing the tools. These speaking techniques keep your students attentive, engaged, and informed. The primary vocal tools for public speaking are 1. Energy and Projection; 2. Pitch inflection 3.Rhythm and pacing and 4. Pauses and silence. Learn with Suzette how to find your voice and trust your voice. Gain Confidence and Poise.
Sudha shares how the beginning of a pose name usually relates to a natural feature, animal or person. For example, “bhujangasana” translates to cobra pose. Other popular Sanskrit words that feature heavily in pose names are “urdhva” for upward, “ardha” for half, “adho” for downward, “hasta” for hand, “pada” for foot and “supta” for lying down or supine. Memorize these Sanskrit cues and build your Sanskrit vocabulary from this base. Join us and practice in a friendly, relaxed and enjoyable mini-workshop on these essential skills of a professional yoga teacher. ONLY $59 prepay by Nov. 1 or $75 at the door.
Come one come all for this fun and light-hearted holiday party. Bring a favorite dish of something delicious. Enjoy a bubbly or cup of tea. Children welcome.
The Yoga School of Therapuetics is taking Yoga Teacher Training to a New Level! Find all the details in this latest Teacher Training Catalog!
Regular monthly massage provides relief to people of all ages and all walks of life from the competitive athlete to the home gardener or the over-stressed business person.
Massage therapy addresses a variety of health conditions, the most prevalent being stress-related tension. Massage has proven to be beneficial in treating sleep disorders, high blood pressure, diabetes, lower back pain, immunity suppression, spinal cord injury, autism, cancer-related fatigue, post-operative care, age-related disorders, infertility, eating disorders, smoking cessation and depression.
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Stacy believes that yoga offers a holistic approach to wellness. By nurturing the body, mind and spirit a yoga practice can benefit anyone, of any ability and at any stage of life. For the past 20 years, Stacy’s work as a physical therapist has allowed her to work with individuals with a wide variety of orthopedic and neurological impairments and help them improve their quality of life through exercise. Her goal now is to use her knowledge to help others develop their own personal practice and experience yoga in a safe and non-competitive atmosphere.
Stacy graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 1990 with Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Psychology and in 1992 with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. She has recently completed the 200 hr yoga teaching certification at the Yoga School of Therapeutics and has attended workshops given by Doug Keller, Donna Farhi, Rod Stryker, Judith Hanson Lasater and Gary Kraftsow. She thanks teachers Suzette Scholtes and Kim Lacy for their encouragement and inspiration.
One-time introductory special: one hour: $55
$70/hr for 1 session, 2 sessions for $120 or 3 for $160
Contact: Stacy Sebol email@example.com or call the voice mail and leave a good time to call back: 913-492-9594 - Day appointments only. No evenings or weekends.
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