Workshop: Balance in the New Year

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Stepping into the New Year can mean a lot of different things to different people. It’s a great time to connect with yourself, a time for reflection and for manifesting intentions into the year to come.

Are you seeking to start the New Year with more focus on what helps create balance in our relationships with ourselves & others?

Join Yoga Therapist Chase Bossart and Ayurvedic Practitioner, Elizabeth Cunningham Bossart for an event that will illuminate these powerful teachings and offer practical applications in our daily lives and yoga practices.

This workshop will incorporate some of the different tools yoga offers; breath-work, gentle movements and meditation, to provide teaching through your own experience.

Start your New Year with the tools to:

– Nourish yourself based on what you need to maintain balance

– Better manage your energy levels

– Know and appreciate yourself

Yoga & Āyurveda give us tools to become more aware of what different elements can trigger our thoughts, moods and feelings on a moment to moment basis.

Whatever we connect to, and interact with, will influence how we feel, think and behave. For example, a cup of coffee impacts us differently than a cocktail and the mood of bluegrass is quite different than heavy metal!

The same is also true for all of our practices. Different sounds, breathing techniques, visualizations and meditation techniques all have different qualities and hence different effects and applications.

*All levels are welcome. No previous experience is necessary.

Tuition is $45 or $35 before December 15th. | Earn 2.5 CEUs by attending this course.


About Chase Bossartt:

Chase has been studying yoga as a personal student of Mr. TKV Desikachar since 1991. He has made numerous trips to Chennai to study at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram (KYM) with Mr. Desikachar, his son Kausthub and other long time teachers in this tradition. Altogether he’s spent more than four years in Chennai studying Yoga. Proficient in many of aspects of yoga, Chase travels frequently around the country giving workshops and trainings on a wide array of topics including prāṇāyāma, meditation and yoga philosophy. He is particularly drawn to the classical teachings of Patañjali’s Yogasūtra.

Chase absolutely loves to lead experiential workshops that demonstrate yoga philosophy’s practical applications in daily life. His warm, funny and engaging teaching style appeals to every level of yoga practitioner from beginner to advanced, and his seminars in the US and Europe are enthusiastically received. Visit Chase’s website here.