Many students find their way to yoga to reduce stress. Our busy lives create an imbalance which places emphasis on productivity and action and leaves little time for renewal and self-care. This imbalance can result in anxiety, stress, and even illness. Vigorous exercise, including a vinyasa or flow yoga practice, is essential to our health and well being, but to truly find balance, we also need to find time for deep relaxation.
In this two hour workshop we will discuss the effects of stress on the body and the role of the nervous system on our health and well being. We will look at common restorative poses and the use of props to support our students or ourselves in them. This includes supporting students with physical limitations or illness and how to know when an adjustment or assist is appropriate. We will talk about the benefits of specific restorative poses and sequencing them for a well rounded restorative practice or class. We will end with a restorative practice.
This workshop is appropriate for yoga teachers, students of yoga teacher trainings, and anyone interested in learning more about restorative yoga.
This course qualifies for Yoga Alliance Continuing Education hours.
$25 in advance, $35 after April 24th
Kate Olson, E-RYT 200, YACEP has been practicing yoga since 1998 and teaching for over 10 years. She teaches a variety of group classes including alignment-based vinyasa flow, yoga for beginners, and restorative. Kate studies functional anatomy and the therapeutic benefits of yoga and is a certified Relax and Renew Teacher, studying under Judith Hanson-Lasater. She has studied extensively with acclaimed teachers such as Rodney Yee, Richard Freeman, Mary Taylor, Doug Keller, Natasha Rizopolous, Christy Mackenzie, Desiree Rumbaugh, Chrissy Carter, and many others. Kate is the founder and owner of Lakeview Yoga in Peters Township, Pennsylvania.
Ayurveda, Sanskrit for the "science of life", is India's 5,000 year old medical system. It is commonly referred to as Yoga's sister science, as both are rooted in the ancient Vedic tradition. Yoga teaches us how to balance our mind, while Ayurveda teaches us how to balance our body through the use of food, herbs, and living in harmony with nature. The latter is most important during times of seasonal transition when we must modify our diet, lifestyle, and even our Yoga practice to adapt to the changes happening around us. In this 2-hour workshop, we will review the foundations of Ayurveda and the tri-dosha approach. We will then focus on diet and lifestyle routines specific for the spring (Kapha) season. The workshop will end with a Yoga, pranayama, and meditation practice specific for the season. Handouts of class material will be provided. Prior understanding of Ayurveda is preferred but not necessary.
$25 in advance | $35 after March 25th
FREE TO JOIN
Open to New & Existing Clients
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Welcome to March Madness yoga style! This is a fun way for you to grow your practice, try something new and win some great prizes. You’ll have 25 chances to experience more, learn more, and grow more. Whether you’re looking to improve your practice, start your journey, or try something new, now’s the time.
Collect squares to collect prizes. It’s that easy! Use your existing package or purchase our special Yoga Bingo Package (existing account will be put on hold for the month of March).
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Complete each square, the teacher at the front desk will approve your completion with a stamp.
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1st to complete - Manduka black mat pro yoga mat & 5 class pass ($165 value)
2nd to complete - 1 Hour Thai massage & 5 class pass ($135 value)
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Dive deep into functionality at this weekend intensive workshop with Matt Eshleman and Erin Winters, long time students of Paul Grilley and owners of You Do Yoga in Cincinnati. They believe to most effectively and safely practice or teach yoga asana, one must understand the fundamental principles of anatomy, while also having fun. Expect interactive, practical learning in a relaxed environment.
Topics include Yin Yoga - fascia and safety, Teaching Yoga Asana Functionally, Skeletal Anatomy, Skeletal Variation, and Bones in Motion.
This weekend intensive is appropriate for teachers as well as experienced students interested in deepening their practice.
Functional Anatomy and Yin Yoga will be held at Yoga H'Om in Robinson, 7053 Steubenville Pike, Suite 22, Oakdale, PA 15071.
Saturday October 15th 10:45 AM - 5:30 PM
Sunday October 16th 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
$100 before September 15th, $125 after September 15th
Join us at Girl Friday Cooking Co. in Finleyville for this fun yoga class for runners. Enjoy some healthy, runner-friendly bites from Girl Friday following the class as well as cold-press juices from Running Om Green.
To register call 724-260-8738 or email email@example.com
Appropriate for all levels of students, Yin Yoga generally targets the connective tissues (ligaments, bones, and joints) of the hips, pelvis, and lower spine through relaxation and meditation in seated postures. Yin Yoga is the perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat and the lengthening/contracting of muscles. Yin poses are held for long periods of time, allowing the student to bring their awareness inward and practice releasing tension both physically and mentally.
Relax and renew with this very gentle yoga class appropriate for everyone. Restorative yoga uses props (blocks, blankets, bolsters, and straps) to place the body into positions that encourage health and wellness physically, mentally, and spiritually.
Regular class pricing applies.
Ayurveda, translated as the "science of life" is India's 5,000 year old medical system. In the present day, Ayurvedic principles can be applied to help manage common ailments such as anxiety, depression, digestive disorders, weight gain, fatigue, and insomnia. As a participant in this workshop, you will learn about the foundations of Ayurveda, assess your personal metabolic type, and receive information on diet and lifestyle choices that will help bring your body and mind back into balance. The workshop is led by Molly Culleton. Molly is a student of Sai Ayurvedic College and is working towards her Ayurvedic Practitioner certification.
Class will conclude with a Vata pacifying Restorative Yoga practice and guided meditation led by Kate Olson.
Fall is season of both gathering and releasing. It can be difficult to feel balanced as the days become shorter and cooler. In this workshop we will flow through the Chakras to bring balance and harmony to the body and mind. Then we will open our hearts to the abundant beauty of the season with Kundalini Yoga exercises and meditation. The entire workshop will be supported by beautiful live guitar music and close with a healing deep relaxation. Some yoga experience is helpful.
Join us for a unique opportunity to sample a delicious variety of Thai Yoga Massage techniques that have been savored for centuries and lovingly passed down through the Nuad Bo Rarn (sacred massage) tradition of Northern Thailand. This spicy combination of supine, prone, side-lying and sitting techniques will help you cultivate a taste and/or talent for Thai Yoga Massage. But be warned – you will walk away hungry for more.
10 AM - 1 PM, 2:30 - 5:30 PM
$90 before September 1st
$100 after September 1st
$125 with Radiant Heart Yoga Flow before September 1st, $145 after September 1st
Radiant Heart is a three hour yoga and meditation exploration designed to help alleviate back pain by energizing the muscles that support the spine and back body. By awakening and re-aligning the spine, we are then able to awaken and re-align our energy system and thus let our inner radiant light shine!
$50 before Sept. 1st, $60 after Sept. 1st
$125 with Thai Yoga Massage: Tapas before Sept. 1st, $145 with Thai Yoga Massage Tapas after Sept. 1st
Learn how to increase mobility and release muscle tension in this unique stretching class using tennis balls.
Grab your kids and join us for a fun Family Yoga class!
Lakeview Yoga welcomes back Kendell Romanelli for this Spring Cleaning Kundalini yoga workshop. Kendell will combine cleansing Kundalini yoga exercises with sun salutations and meditation techniques. Accompanied by live guitar, this class will leave you feeling cleansed and ready for spring.
$25 in advance, $30 day of workshop