Yoga & Our Essential Connection to Nature
In this day-long workshop, we’ll move, breathe, meditate, and reflect. The theme for all aspects of our practice will be our essential connection to nature. The wholistic system of Yoga and Ayurveda understand that nature provides the blueprint for harmony within the self, with others, and with the larger world. The morning practice will include a yoga session, and a lecture/discussion on how Ayurveda uses nature as a blueprint for health. We’ll break for lunch and then reconvene at the Arboretum for an afternoon of experiential practice in nature. In the event of bad weather, the afternoon session will also be at the studio.
If you are an RYT with Yoga Alliance, this workshop can count as continuing education credit. For more info on Yoga Alliance continuing education credits, see
Material to bring: Yoga mat, 2 yoga blankets, 2 blocks, 1 strap, notebook, sun protection (hat, etc.)
Instructor: Beth Connors-Manke
RYT CE Credit: 6 hours
Beth Connors-Manke, E-RYT 200, YACEP
A back injury brought Beth to yoga in 2000; since then, her back has been the greatest teacher in her yoga practice. Yoga has allowed Beth to learn about the body’s own capacity for holistic healing through awareness, the breath, and proper alignment. Beth’s practice focuses on intellectual, intuitive, and spiritual understanding of body and mind. A 2009 graduate of Lexington Healing Arts Academy, Beth is now part of LHAA’s teaching team for the 200-hour yoga teacher training program. Beth is an E-RYT 200 and a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider (YACEP).
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