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The Wisdom Body | Online Immersion

June 19 - June 30


The embodiment of wisdom is a time honored process. You can’t push the river and it comes through settling, gaining insight and opening to grace. In this module we gain postural balance and fine articulation of the upper spine, neck and cranium. We re-educate the neural-muscular system and brain pathways by working with the eyes, ears, and brainstem. This allows greater possibility for freedom in movement, feeling, thought and action. Throughout this module we follow along the Eightfold Path of the Buddha, investigating the teachings on impermanence, conditionality (one’s “karma”) and suffering. Through metta practices on loving kindness we practice to dissolve mental fixation, free from extremes that polarize, divide and isolate. In meditation, we yoke to an all pervading intrinsic wisdom, sometimes called “natural mind”. In the teaching practicum at the end of the training, we help students find the language to articulate the yoga experience through sensitivity and mindful precision. We encourage each student to tap their greatest potential in order to teach yoga from a place of clarity, originality and devotion.

Join Tias, Surya, and Djuna in this transformational journey!

Course of Study:

  • The Eightfold Path of the Buddhist teachings
  • Countering shoulder strain
  • Opening the hands, wrists, elbows and arms
  • Reading student’s bodies to assess functional alignment
  • Discover the polarity of hands and scapula
  • Build core connection in the arms and shoulders
  • Restorative yoga for the brain and nervous system
  • The cranial chakras and the subtle body
  • The bones of the skull and the cranial sutures
  • The effects of vibration and trauma on the cranium
  • The three “master glands” in the body: the thyroid, pineal and pituitary glands
  • The critical position of the jaw and its connection to the sacrum
  • Jalandhara bandha and its effects on the throat chakra and thyroid gland
  • Working with the five senses in yoga and pratyahara
  • Balancing the body through the six diaphragms
  • Introduction to yoga nidra (yogic sleep)
  • Using the chair in yoga to support the brain and skull
  • Neuroplasticity, aging and the sensory-motor system
  • Coping with fear and stress, protecting the skull and developing a “psychic shield”
  • Working with the eyes in yoga
  • Practicum: integrating and articulating the teachings of all limbs of yoga with sensitivity and mindful precision.


Daily Live Zoom Sessions:

  • June 19 – 23 | 9:30am – 1:30pm Mountain Time
  • June 26 – 30 | 9:30am – 1:30pm Mountain Time

Weekly Live Practices (**Dates Pending):

  • 2 Tuesdays | 10:00 – 11:30am Mountain Time
  • 2 Thursdays | 9:00 – 10:00am Mountain Time
  • 2 Fridays | 10:00 – 11:30am Mountain Time

**This is the third module of our 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Certification Program and counts as 60 hours/CE credits through Yoga Alliance

**Live attendance is required for Yoga Alliance credit

*All daily live sessions will be recorded and available in the Curriculum should you be unable to attend live.


June 19
June 30
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