These workshops with experienced yoga teacher and hypnotherapist, Tash Vincze, will start by covering the basics of hypnotherapy, move into a uniquely guided group hypnotherapy session and finish with you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
What to Bring: A Yoga mat, blanket, eye mask and pillows.
Note: Please avoid caffeine 4 hours prior to workshop.
Fall – Winter 2020 Line Up:
Sept 8. Deep Relaxation for a Busy Mind
Sept 22. Body Restoration Using Crystals
Oct 6. Establishing Healthy Boundaries
Oct 20. Meet Your Spirit Guide
Nov 10. Creating Abundance
Nov 24. Chakra Balancing
Dec 8. Healthy Habits at X-Mas
Dec 22. Keep Calm and Holiday on!
Sundays @ Rutherford | 4 – 5:15PM | $25/Session OR 6-pack for $120
Join us for a monthly Friday night Modo class with a live musician! Unwind from the week and ease into the weekend with some sweet tunes and a calming hot yoga practice. We couldn’t think of a better way to spend a Friday evening.
Where: Dufferin Studio
Cost: Regular passes apply + $2 minimum cash donation for the musician.
Register in advance to save your spot!
Where: Dufferin Studio (1881 Dufferin Crescent)
What to bring: Pencil and Notebook
Room Temp: Unheated
Join Brea for this informative (and fun!) 3-part series will explore some of the most structurally important areas of the body such as the hips, shoulders and feet to enhance your yoga practice and everyday life.
Designed for anyone who has a body, this series is especially helpful for those that want to prevent injuries, have chronic aches and pains or simply wants to feel better in their body. Yoga teachers, massage therapists and bodyworkers of any type will gain deeper insight and tools to enhance their work with clients.
Love your hips! And by loving your hips, your knees, feet and back will feel the love as well. Your hips help you to walk, run and play. Yet for many of us, because of a lifestyle that includes long periods of sitting and exercise activities that generally only move us in one or two planes of motion, the hips are chronically tight. And even in a regular yoga practice, we can bypass true hip mobility which leaves the lower back and SI joints vulnerable.
This workshop will explore the anatomy and biomechanics of the hips to build stability and uncover a deeper mobility in your hip joints. Working with various postures and movements we will unglue tight hips, asses what is causing your current limitations and intelligently reawaken those forgotten and neglected areas. Whether you are a long-time yogi or feel like you have the tightest hips in the world, this workshop will give you the tools to walk away with healthy, happy hips!
Does the thought of swinging on monkey bars or lifting something heavy over your head make your shoulders cringe? Do you hear clicking in your shoulders when they move? Lifestyle factors such as hunching over keyboards, driving in cars, along with stress can decrease your range of motion and can add to shoulder instability. Tight shoulders will restrict breathing and compromise posture.
Using a variety of techniques and specific yoga postures, we will unwind tension from the neck, shoulders, down the arms to the wrists and hands. You will discover ways to stabilize your shoulder girdle so that you can find more strength and mobility in your chaturangas and downward dogs. Walk away with shoulders and arms that can hug, swing, move effortlessly and pain-free.
Your feet are a brilliant work of engineering, comprised of 26 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 muscles all designed to carry and support your body. Yet after a lifetime of wearing shoes combined with postural imbalances, our feet have lost their intrinsic strength and mobility, resulting in foot aches and pains, bunions, hammer toes, plantar fasciitis to name a few.
As your feet are the foundation of your health and the base of support for your entire body, when you give some love to your feet, the rest of your body will thank you. In this workshop we will learn why we need to reawaken the feet for total body health. Explore how simple changes in your habits, alignment and footwear can make a big difference to your foot health. Along with specific exercises, we will roll out the connective tissues in the feet to experience a whole level of awakening and mobility. Happy feet indeed!
Brea Johnson has been a yoga teacher and movement educator since 2003. A teacher, mentor and community builder, with a focus on a functional and sustainable approach to yoga, Brea teaches international workshops and teacher trainings. She is the founder of Heart + Bones online yoga studio and online yoga teacher continuing education courses. She is known for providing a safe foundation of healthy movement while remaining focused in the heart of the yogic teachings.