Workshops & Retreats

Coming up in 2018

September 8 – 9, 2018 – The Refuge of Practice – A weekend Yoga and Meditation Intensives
September 10 – October 1, 2018 – Yoga Philosophy & Meditation – A Semi- Private 4 Week Series

Coming up in 2019

March 16 – 23, 2019 – Radiance & Refuge – The Healing Power of Yoga in Guatemala
TBD – An Introduction to The 5 Yamas and Asana

The Refuge of Practice – A weekend Yoga and Meditation Intensives

September 8-9, 2018 | Saturday & Sunday 1pm – 4pm | Yoga Works Mill Valley

For many this current time period is unsettling and confusing. To take refuge means to move to a place that is welcoming, stable and safe. A place that we can find our ground again…and again…everytime we need it.

During this mini intensive, we will take refuge in our yoga practice through deep asana, pranayama, meditation and inquiry. We will learn that taking refuge in our yoga practice requires commitment, compassion and most importantly; trust. Join Erika for a weekend of focused practice and fun.

Please bring a journal to write in. This workshop is open to all yoga students who practice at an intermediate level or beyond.

SPACE IS LIMITED. TO SIGN UP, CALL (415) 318-7650 OR REGISTER AT YOGAWORKS.COM/WORKSHOPS

Yoga Philosophy & Meditation – A Semi- Private 4 Week Series

September 10 – October 1, 2018 | Mondays 11am – 12pm | Yoga Works Larkspur

In this series, you will be introduced to Chapter 2 of The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. Each class will be a combination of philosophy study, discussion and meditation. Some optional homework will be offered as a way to integrate our philosophical insights.

4 Sessions $100 | Drop-in $35 (space permitting)

SIGN UP IN STUDIO OR CALL 415-925-2440

Radiance & Refuge – The Healing Power of Yoga in Guatemala

March 16-23, 2019 | Guatemala

Join Erika Trice for a week of deep healing at this exclusive retreat center located on the shores of the Lake Atitlan, described as “the most beautiful lake in the world,” by Alexander von Humboldt. Surrounded by three volcanoes, this uniquely picturesque and tranquil location has tastefully designed rooms each featuring lake and volcanic peak views. Along the lake are a dozen villages where life and customs have changed little over the centuries, each offering a rich and tapestry of food, color, language, and culture.

Each morning will begin with qigong, pranayama, and meditation followed by a dynamic asana practice. The late afternoons/early evenings sessions will explore a softer more inwardly focused practice leading towards meditation. This will be an immersion into the profound healing effects of yoga. Included in our exploration will also be philosophy and chakra work. Between practices, days will be yours to explore, hike, swim in the gorgeous lake or visit the local communities. We will gather together for delicious meals and share our experiences. This week will be an immersion both in asana and in life.

Special Offer: Register between June 21-July 12, 2018 to receive the Early Early Bird offer of $400 off the regular price.

Spaces are limited.
Contact stephanie@internationalyoga.com for more information

An Introduction to THE 5 YAMAS and ASANA

Dates TBD |  Yoga Mountain Studio

The 5 Yamas of Patanjali’s 8 Limbs of Yoga are:
  • Harmlessness
  • Truthfulness
  • Non-Stealing
  • Moderation
  • Non-Grasping
These pillars are the opening practices to Patanjali’s 8 stages of a yogic lifestyle.

A continuation from the Fall workshop; Introduction to The 5 Niyamas, you will find out more magical healing practices to incorporate into daily living.These 5 are beautiful and powerful observances that can guide us towards living a steady and peaceful life. Each Yama has a special gift for the one who practices it regularly and can be the missing link in creating more harmony in your daily life.This workshop will include discussion and asana practice for you to practice on your own to bring the gifts of these 5 Niyamas to life.

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