Healing Power of Yoga, Level 1: Ashaya Yoga® Basic Therapeutics Training Intensive
November 10-13, 2016*
Venue: The Arlington Center, 369 Mass Avenue, 781-316-0282
Cost: $420 if paid in full by October 28, 2016. $450 after.
Travel Logistics: See below
About the Course
Prerequisite: For yoga teachers and practitioners with min. 6 months experience in any yoga style.
Healing Sciatica and other Hip, Pelvis and Lower Back Dysfunctions – $40
Thu, 11/10 – 7-9 p.m. Public Session, Open to All Levels of teachers and students, click here to register.
Align body, mind, and heart with the infinite source of wellness in a yoga therapy training intensive that explores the miracle of healing. Todd Norian teaches that every cell in the body is programmed for healing and joy. Unfortunately, unconscious movement patterns and self-limiting beliefs may keep you from fully accessing this power. Through life-affirming tantric philosophy and precise alignment techniques of Ashaya Yoga®, you learn how to transform pain and limitation into freedom and joy. During this training, you gain greater knowledge of specific alignment techniques that address, heal, and prevent common aches and pains, including:
- Ankle and knee pain
- Hamstring tears
- Piriformis syndrome
- Lower back and SI joint dysfunction
- Shoulder and neck strain
- Rotator cuff injury
- Tennis elbow
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
Each day of this intensive includes guided asana instruction and training in Ashaya Yoga®, tantric philosophy, therapeutic exercises, demonstrations, skillful observation, hands-on techniques, and basic anatomy.
Recommended reading: Key Muscles of Yoga by Ray Long
Note: Tuition includes a manual.
Note: The yoga therapy components of Todd’s teaching are based on his extensive training, study, and personal experience of many healing modalities, including physical therapy, therapeutic massage, bodywork, energy work, alignment-based yoga, and healing his own injuries and those of his students through the Ashaya Method. These techniques are not derived from his status as an ERYT-500 with Yoga Alliance Registry.
Thu, 11/10 – 2:30-5:30pm and 7:00-9:00 pm (open class to both trainees and interested students)
Fri, 11/11 – 9:00-1:00pm, 2:30-6:30pm
Sat, 11/12 – 12:00-4:00pm, 5:30-8:30pm
Sun, 11/13 – 9:00-1:00pm, 2:30-6:30pm
Airbnb.com also has some accommodations close to Arlington Center.
Cambridge Gateway Inn
89.99 a night, 69.99 a night if 10+ rooms
2.1 miles, 7 minutes to Arlington Center. Free Breakfast and Wi-Fi
Best Western Plus Hotel Tria
$170 a night
2.2 miles, 9 minutes to Arlington Center. Wi-Fi, Breakfast, Local Shuttle, Restaurant
$200 a night, $189 if 20 rooms
2.9 miles, 10 minutes to Arlington Center. Wi-Fi, Breakfast, Indoor Pool and Bar
Please make a note that parking on Mass Ave, in front of the Arlington Center, is only 2 Hour Parking.
We recommend you park on one of the side streets. Spots are easy to come by and you shouldn’t have to park more than a block away. There is no time limit for parking on the side streets, although overnight parking is not allowed.
There are 8-10 restaurants and a Starbucks within a two block walk of the Arlington Center.
Whole Foods (an extensive hot/cold salad bar is a five minute drive away)
808 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02476
Fusion (for all styles Asian)
303 Broadway, Arlington, MA 02474
The Kickstand (for great sandwiches/coffee)
594 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA 02476