Yoga Bound Recess
Do you remember “recess” as a kid?
It was all about playing, building heat, smiling, and going with the flow. Yoga already teaches us theses things if we choose to tap into them; this 90 minute class is designed to deepen into that expression even more while gaining additional strength, mindful flexibility and proper anatomical awareness to play in arm balancing and inverted poses.
YB’s “Shine Bright” Spring Cleanse
With Alana Bray Barrey & Kristina Kuzmich
Monday, March 31 – April 11, 2014
This 12 day raw & whole foods, clean eating and nutrient packed cleanse is designed to set your body on the right track for the Spring season – detoxifying + cleansing the body, mind and spirit while shedding those winter layers emotionally and physically.
What You Get!
Yoga Bound Shine Bright Manual + Recipe Book
Daily email/social networking support specific to our group
Daily meditation practice
Journaling (new journal provided for you)
Get clear on your path + your goals
Learn how to eat healthy with proper food combinations
Accountability partner to keep you on track
Complimentary yoga for new students
- Welcome/Gathering Workshop with Alana + Kristina (Sun, March 30 // 11:30-1:30pm – day before the cleanse starts, lets meet and get on excited with our new group this Spring!)
- Final Gathering + Restoratives led by Kristina and live musician Kevin Paris from Los Angeles (Fri, April 11 // 5:30 – 7:30pm – you did it, time to rejuvenate and reap the benefits of your cleanse! – this is our treat to you!!!!)
$145 for YB Members*
*Members Sign Up at Studio For Discount
Yoga Rhapsody: Yoga + Live Music + Food!
Yoga 5:30p at Yoga Bound Carlsbad Village
Show 7:30p at Med Cafe Fan Page
Sunday Yoga Philosophy Study
Sunday, April 13 4:00-6:00pm with Dr. John Casey l $20
Every Second Sunday of the Month
The second Sunday of every month is dedicated to our study of Yoga Philosophy. Taught by John Casey, PhD.,each two hour meeting will focus on one important and essential ancient Yogic text. In this discussion, we will summarize the key ideas and philosophies detailed in the text, why these ideas were so influential to the Yoga traditions, and how these ancient philosophies can relate to our modern life. The discussion will be 90 minutes followed by a 30 minute healing tibetan bowl meditation.
Dr. John Thomas Casey completed his graduate studies in Asian and Comparative Philosophy at the University of Hawai’i in 1996 and has taught courses in World Religions, Buddhism, and Sanskrit studies at numerous colleges in Southern California since 2000, including Loyola Marymount University, UCLA, UC Irvine, and presently at Chapman University. He has taught in the Yoga Philosophy certificate program since its inception in 2002, including Sanskrit language and textual studies of the Yoga Sutra, Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, and Samkhya Karika. In recent years, he has been tapped as a philosophy instructor for Yoga teacher training programs and has conducted a variety of workshops and seminars through yoga studios and other private venues. Since 1998, Dr. Casey has sojourned to northern India and the Himalayas seven times as a teacher, student, pilgrim, and guide.
Breaking Down The Vinyasa Workshop
Sunday, May 4 11:30 – 2pm
This fundamental workshop provides helpful anatomical tools, yoga philosophy, and a safety net to explore the vinyasa practice – those downward dogs, chaturanga dandasanas, upward dogs and the jump ups and jump backs. If you have questions on the anatomy of the shoulder, an injury, pre-existing injury, if vinyasas are confusing, challenging or you just want to learn more, this workshop is for you!
Understanding our awareness in body mechanics and somatic alignment with the foundational poses is key. This workshop will help you set the groundwork for a safe and long yoga practice. All levels welcome. Newbies encouraged!
This workshop also counts for CEU hours for all teachers affiliated with Yoga Alliance.
What you will learn:
Structural Anatomy 101 for the Rotator Cuff Muscles
Proper Alignment for YOUR Body
Explore the “jump back” of the vinyasa
Injury Prevention for Happy, Healthy, Yoga Practice