Workshops & Special Classes

For more information or to register for these events, please click here or call Shanti Yoga Studio at 208-634-9711. You can also see a full schedule of Shanti Yoga School Teacher Training intensive weekends  on the “Teacher Training” page.


 

baxterwebsizeBaxter Bell

YOGA EVOLUTION: Grow & Evolve Your Practice

October 7-9, 2016

Named one of the “100 Most Influential Yoga Teachers in America,” Baxter Bell, MD returns to Shanti Yoga for a rich, juicy & fascinating weekend workshop on Yoga Evolution! Our yoga practice grows over time to meet the unique circumstances & arising goals of our lives. This weekend Baxter will help you refine, refresh & advance your practice, to help it evolve.
A former family physician, Baxter shares his knowledge of medical conditions, anatomy, & yoga with practitioners & teachers around the world. With 17 years of teaching experience, Baxter brings a unique perspective to the mat. This weekend he’ll explore new research on diverse topics, from bone health to brain function, providing surprisingly easy new yoga practices to promote healthy aging.
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Alexandria CrowAlexandria Crow

YOUR UNIQUE PHYSIOLOGY: How that Relates to Yoga & Beyond

February 17-19, 2017

Spend a weekend exploring how your personal physiology creates the necessity for asana to be customized to best suit each individual’s needs. Each person’s skeleton, musculature, connective tissue, lifestyle and injuries cause a unique situation that once uncovered will create a wiser approach to postures offered in classes as well as how to know when a certain pose just isn’t meant for you. We will break the body down into general regions, look at the poses that impact those regions and learn a wiser and more personal way to approach asana.
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leslie1Leslie Kaminoff

RE-IMAGINING ALIGNMENT: A Two-Day Interactive Asana Exploration

May 20-21, 2017

Starting from the premise that “asanas don’t have alignment – people have alignment,” this weekend workshop will challenge many widely held beliefs about how to make yoga practice safe and effective. By combining equal parts theory and practice in a highly interactive, experiential environment, Leslie will cover: • Anatomical definitions of alignment and healthy movement • Breath-centered cueing and bandha in support of asana • Why instructions like “tuck your tail,” “lengthen your spine,” “square your hips” may be doing more harm than good • The use of gazing (drishti) and imagery to foster increased neuromuscular integration.
Call Shanti Yoga Studio at 208-634-9711 or click here to view sessions and register NOW!