Yoga Radicals… Book Signing
WITH ALLIE MIDDLETON AT BOOK HOUSE
Please join us at the Book House on Saturday, November 6th at 3pm for a reading and signing with Allie Middleton. Allie will share her creative process and engage you in a community conversation about the impact of living a contemplative life. Signed copies of “Yoga Radicals” will be available for purchase at the event and are available today at Singing Dragon Press and other platforms. Please share this invitation widely among your networks. We look forward to meeting you at the book reading!
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6th | 3-5PM
MOOD MANAGING YOGA PRACTICE
LifeForce Yoga® was developed by Amy Weintraub, author of Yoga for Depression and the founder of the LifeForce Yoga Healing Institute as a means of working with mood management using yogic tools. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, more than 20 million Americans suffer from a mood disorder each year – 14.9 million suffer from depression and 40 million report anxiety. Many have success with talk therapy and/or with pharmaceuticals. Some people are looking for different ways to treat their mood issues and finding great success with yoga. As a result of her own healing practices and spiritual searches Allie now works to share the process of embodying the wisdom of yoga traditions and other contemplative practices with her clients and students. She is a faculty member with the LifeForce Yoga Healing Institute.
LifeForce Yoga® is not just yoga poses, although that is a part. LifeForce Yoga finds its foundation in ancient yogic practices (from the Yoga Sutras, the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, the Bhagavad Gita, Advaita Vedanta, to name a few sources) LifeForce Yoga empowers the practitioner to manage changing moods. Through the practice of LifeForce Yoga, you will learn to dissolves the blocks that keep you from knowing your deeper self.
LifeForce Yoga® includes:
- Setting intention (sankalpa)
- Visualization (bhavana)
- Breathing techniques (pranayama & kriya)
- Sound (mantra)
- Finger yoga (mudra)
- Postures (asana)
- Meditation (dhyana)
- Deep relaxation (yoga nidra)
- Non-dual strategies for dealing with negative self-talk
WEEKLY ON MONDAYS at 12 PM (Noon) EST
Social Presencing Theater
WEEKLY OPEN PRACTICE
All are welcome. Door is open. Attention follows energy. Interested? Let’s connect to together now. Cultivating the healing field of the future with contemplative movements and dialogue.
Developed by Arawana Hayashi from meditation, dance and theatre traditions, SPT is a suite of body/mind integration practices that help a person, a team & organization to see, feel and sense itself while also relating to our emerging future. These embodiment practices scaffold the Theory U change process and engage us in a multidimensional embodied learning experience. Suitable for anyone seeking a deeper dive into awareness, compassion, courage, creativity and action in each breath, each unfolding present moment. A member of Arawana’s first advanced SPT cohort, Allie has been practicing meditation & embodiment practices for over 40 years, facilitating SPT & Theory U practices since mid 2000’s.
WEEKLY ON THURSDAYS at 10:30 AM EST
WITH NEWELL EATON, LEADERSHIP COACH
An on-line community of practice group!
We offer fun tools and techniques to engage our minds, bodies and hearts. Explore new ways to enhance awareness, creativity and and whatever is coming next …