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August 2018

Dear Desert Song Community!

Can you believe another month has gone by already?
With days seemingly running into each other (work, chores, family, hiding from the sun, etc), it is often difficult to find quality time for ourselves, let alone practice yoga, isn’t it? And even when we do make time for our mat, sometimes it ends up feeling monotonous and uninspired. I certainly have run into this throughout the years, where I’d move through my regular practice, a bit on autopilot. But what I have learned from these moments, is that it doesn’t take much change at all to bring back that spark.
So for August, I have decided to compile 5 tips to help you take your yoga practice deeper.

  1. Find Consistency
    The quickest way to find depth in your yoga practice is by being consistent. It’s just like playing piano…the more you do it, the more confident you’ll feel. If you’re already consistent with one class, maybe add another one that challenges you differently, or just go to a different class entirely. Pro tip: schedule your life around your yoga class (grocery store after yoga, yoga on way home from work, yoga before lunch).
  2. Take a Workshop
    Are you curious about breath work but don’t know where to start? Would you like to start incorporating yogic principles into your meals? Would you like to learn how yoga can help you manage your stress level? Our workshops are designed to help you answer these questions and more. By spending a larger chunk of time on a specific topic, you’ll quickly get invigorated and will want to take what you’ve learned back into your regular practice.
  3. Read or Listen to a Yoga Book
    In class, we touch on the philosophical principles of yoga, but there is SO MUCH MORE! There is an abundance of fascinating books that give you deeper insight into all of the 8 aspects of yoga, not just the poses. And yes, listening to a yoga audiobook on your drive to work counts!!
  4. Talk to a Teacher
    Remember, as teachers we are here to assist you on your journey! If you have a question about any workshops, books, poses, techniques, or even just where to start with any of these items, please ask! We’ll be happy to help!
  5. Weave Your Practice into Your Day
    I am a firm believer in taking our yoga practice off the mat. What do I mean by that? Physically, use the principles you learn in class and apply them to your daily activities. Emotionally, mentally and spiritually, take lessons on kindness, mindfulness and focus with you into challenging as well as trivial moments. It WILL change your life. You’ll see.

Oh, before I forget, if you really, REALLY want to deepen your practice, I mean change your life kind of deep, you may want to consider our upcoming Yoga Teacher Training. After all, the best way to learn about a subject is by learning how to teach it, even if after graduation you never take the seat of the instructor again. If you’re curious, we have an open house coming up on August 26th, more info below.

Have a wonderful August, and as always, see you on the mat!

Stefanie Sichler, Instructor
LPC, MC, E-RYT 200, YACEP

Intro to Yoga

Intro to Yoga is $55 or bring a friend and receive a discounted price of two for $90. If you have already taken this course but would like to refresh your understanding of yoga, you can attend for $35.

The practice of yoga does not mean you have to be a pretzel, sweat in sauna-like conditions or have unusual acrobatic skill. Though we live in times that embrace these extremes, we teach what the traditional yogis have known all along: the interconnectedness of the body, mind, and spirit. At Desert Song Healing Arts Center we’ve been sharing this wholehearted approach to yoga for over 30 years.

  • Research has proven that slowing down is the key to relaxation and optimal health. Desert Song supports this approach.
  • We teach safe alignment with custom variations designed to build strength and flexibility.
  • We teach mindfulness techniques to bring calmness and serenity into the way you live your life.
  • We teach breathing for better health to calm stress issues like anxiety, insomnia and high blood pressure.
  • We teach practical philosophy covering the 8 limbs of yoga and what it means to honor your body.

In this course you’ll receive 6 hours of instruction with a senior teacher. You will be supported every step of the way with hands-on instruction, handouts, question-answer time, and an ongoing resource once you’ve completed the course. As an additional bonus, you will receive discounts to continue on your journey to health.
 

Upcoming Workshops and Events

Intro to Meditation

Introduction to Meditation
Saturday, August 25, 2018, 12:00pm-2:00pm
Emma Swan

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Gain Clarity, Focus & Spiritual Awareness Meditation is relaxing and also provides a range of other benefits too, from more clarity and focus in your daily activities, to connecting to your self and having more spiritual awareness in your life. Meditation can be awakening! Emma is an expert in this field, with over 16 years’ experience and having taught 100s of beginners all around the world. She will introduce you to a meditation based on the chakras as well as a Yoga Nidra practice. 
This workshop will be a foundation for the 3 week Introduction to Meditation in September. Emma is an expert in meditation, having dedicated her life to the practice for the last 16 years, including a decade of intensive practice at a retreat center. She has taught numerous meditation workshops not just in the US, but in Europe and Australia. Emma is passionate about helping people explore their inner world in quest of further self-knowledge. She also understands the challenges of modern life and has a patient approach, creating a safe and loving space for her students.

Yoga Teacher Training Open House

Yoga Teacher Training Open House
Sunday, August 26, 2018 1:00pm-3:00pm

Free

Learn about our YTT 200 Starting in October Yoga teacher training can be a powerful and transforming journey. Whether you desire to become a teacher or explore the eight fold path for your own personal development, it is important to find the training that is right for you. Desert Song has been guiding small groups of dedicated yogis through this sacred passage for 27 years. Join Mary Beth, Heidi and Debbie for our 2018 YTT Open House to see if Desert Song's Yoga Teacher Training is for you. You'll be led through an asana practice by the lead teachers, followed by an information sharing session to get to know who we are and what we offer. Alumni graduates will also share their experiences. We are excited to meet with you and answer your questions. _______________________ We’re excited to announce our next YTT program will begin Friday, October 5 and run through April, ending with a 3-day retreat. Mary Beth Markus, Heidi Lichte and Debbie Kayatt will be the lead teachers. As usual, we’ll be inviting guest teachers to round out the curriculum and offerings. This year the YTT program will kick of with an Open House for the 2018 YTT prospects, Sunday, August 26th, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. If you think you would like to teach yoga or want to solidify your knowledge and practice, plan to attend the Open House. "As a nurse, Desert song YTT has most positively impacted my life on every level. Yoga is woven throughout my life, from a personal level to a diversity of students, teens to adults. So much to learn! Yoga is therapy!" Michelle Charles Certified 2016 *Minimum of 1 year of consistent yoga practice with a certified and approved yoga teacher is required before applying.

Intro to Back Care 3-Week Series
Tuesdays, September 4, 11, 18, 2018, 7:15 pm-8:30 pm
Stefanie Sichler, LPC, MC, E-RYT 200

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Give your Back the Care it's been Aching For Tight, achy, stiff back? Previous back injury? Looking to prevent or manage these? Join me for a workshop where we will explore how to create a holistic practice that helps improve your back’s health, and how to make ongoing back care sustainable, even with the busiest of schedules. Over 3 weekly sessions, you will learn: how stress affects your back health how to manage injuries safely how your legs, hips and shoulders influence your back how to build stability and mobility in your back and surrounding areas how to increase mindfulness to help fine-tune your efforts how to lift, sit, and bend to work with your back Each week, you will receive tools and exercises to take home and apply right away. You will then have the chance to report back and make adjustments as necessary. This workshop is for those of you practicing yoga (all levels are welcome) as well as those of you that don’t (yet). The tools and exercises we will cover can benefit anyone, whether you move very little or you’re an athlete. You simply need to bring a curiosity for learning more about yourself and your back.

Intro to Meditation

Intro to Meditation 3-Week Series
Wednesdays, September 5, 12, 19, 2018, 7:15-8:30 pm
Emma Swan

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Gain Clarity, Focus & Spiritual Awareness Having taught 100s of beginners all around the world, Emma Swan will be providing an introduction to a meditation based on the chakras. Each week will include both a sitting and lying meditation, as well as a discussion focusing on a particular element. Week 1: Internalization of consciousness. Inner qualities as the device for meditation. Week 2: Practicalities – where and when to meditate. Posture, and what to do about pains in your body. Week 3: Dynamic awareness. How to bring what you’ve learned into your daily activities. Emma is an expert in meditation, having dedicated her life to the practice for the last 16 years, including a decade of intensive practice at a retreat center. She has taught numerous meditation workshops not just in the US, but in Europe and Australia. Emma is passionate about helping people explore their inner world in quest of further self-knowledge. She also understands the challenges of modern life and has a patient approach, creating a safe and loving space for her students.

Acusound with Cailin O'Hara & Kelly Greene

Acusound with Cailin O’Hara & Kelly Greene
Thursday, September 6, 2018, 7:15 pm - 8:30 pm
Cailin O'Hara & Kelly Greene

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A Fusion of Reiki, Acupuncture, Sound Healing & Chinese Medicine Inspire PHX is the combined forces of Cailin O'Hara, LAc and Kelly Greene, M.Ed. They deliver a variety of unique workshops and meditations to cultivate healing, growth and mindfulness. These Thursday night offerings are a fusion of Reiki, Acupuncture, Sound Healing, Chinese Medicine and a touch of magic. The workshops explore themes around emotional, physical and spiritual well-being. This meditation of acupuncture / acupressure combined with sound healing will leave you feeling blissed out, relaxed and inspired. Cailin O'Hara, MAcOM, LAc, Dipl OM, is a board certified practitioner of Chinese medicine, Chinese herbology and acupuncture. Her practice, Sun Tree Healing Arts, focuses on healing the roots of emotional and physical pain. (www.suntreehealingarts.com) Kelly Greene has a Master's of Education in Counseling Psychology and Human Relations. She is a Reiki Master Teacher, Master Sound Healer and Medical Reiki Master. At her practice, Prana Reiki, she is passionate about supporting others in their emotional and spiritual transformations. (www.pranareiki.com)

Intro to Tai Chi 3-Week Series
Friday, September 7, 14, 21, 2018 12:30-1:30 pm
Kathy Lucia, Tai Chi Instructor, B.Sc., M.Ed.

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Tools for Effective Movement and Balance This 3-week class is designed for any student new to Yang Style Tai Chi or anyone wanting to learn the 24 Step Tai Chi Form taught in the Wednesday and Friday Tai Chi classes. Focus is on stretching, balance techniques, flow of breath with the body, and all the hand and foot movements of Tai Chi. The first 3 steps will be taught, one step per week, of the 24 Step Form. One can be better prepared for the current day classes we offer on Wednesdays and Fridays at 10:15am and 12:30pm after taking this intro class. Wear toe socks (sticky bottom socks) or a very light-soled shoe. The class is performed standing, but the option is available to sit in a chair to rest when needed.

Kids’ Yoga Ages 3-6
Saturday, September 8, 2018, 10:30 am - 11:30am
Allison Walden, RYT 200

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Yoga for the Young and Restless This monthly workshop for young children prepares your 3-6 year old child for the Kids, ages 4 - 10 Class offered at 4:00pm on Tuesday afternoons. The workshop offers a selection of active, high energy yoga games, as well as, introductory practice with breathing and relaxation techniques. Child MUST be accompanied by an adult.

Connect with Your Inner Light

Healing Concert For The Soul
Saturday, September 8, 2018, 6:00 pm
Michel Pascal

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Connect with Your Inner Light Enjoy an evening of healing song and music, video presentation, discussion and guided meditation with International meditation teacher, singer and photographer, Michel Pascal. Michel Pascal's voice is described as a Medicine Voice that helps you connect with your inner light to aid in releasing negative emotions to expand your loving nature. Author of 'Medicine for Daily Stress," Michel Pascal spent many years living and studying in the Himalayas under renowned Buddhist Master Chepa Dorje Rimpoche. Michel is the dedicated disciple of Theologian Psychologist Jean-Yves Leloup. He also works with neuroscientists, Dr. Mario Beauregard, PhD. and Dr. Natalie Trent of Harvard University.

Intro to Yoga Therapeutics 3-Week Series
Thursday, September 13, 20, 27, 2018, 12:30 - 2:25 pm
Debbie Kayatt - E-RYT 500, CYI

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Save $20 when you bring a friend A Gentler-Paced Intro to Yoga Intro to Yoga is designed specifically for students new to yoga. The series focuses on primary yoga postures, principles of safe alignment, breathing techniques and yoga philosophy. Students will enjoy personal attention and hands-on adjustments and refinements from the same instructor each week. The afternoon Intro to Yoga is a slower paced class that makes yoga very accessible for gentle students or students with limitations. Props and chairs are incorporated into the classes as well as basic therapeutic moves for better posture. Different variations of the poses are practiced by everyone, so that students can experience the options. You may retake our intro series at any time to refresh your depth of knowledge at a "refresher rate" of $35. You can also register by calling Desert Song Healing Arts Center in Phoenix, AZ at (602) 265-8222.

Intro to Yoga 3-Week Series
Thursdays, September 13, 20, 27, 2018, 6:00pm - 7:55pm
Mary Beth Markus – CYI, E-RYT 500

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Save $20 when you bring a friend This is the Year to Start or Come Back to Your Mat Intro to Yoga is designed specifically for students new to yoga. The series focuses on primary yoga postures, principles of safe alignment, breathing techniques and yoga philosophy. Students will enjoy personal attention and hands-on adjustments and refinements from the same instructor each week. You may retake our intro series at any time to refresh your depth of knowledge at a "refresher rate" of $35. You can also register by calling Desert Song Healing Arts Center in Phoenix, AZ at (602) 265-8222.

Prenatal Partner Yoga & Massage
Friday, September 14, 2018 6:00-8:00 pm
Desert Song Prenatal Instructors

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Expectant Parents Date Night In this workshop, the expectant mama and her partner will have the opportunity to connect more deeply to themselves, each other and the baby. We will explore yoga poses, breath awareness and massage as well as support techniques the partner can use to assist before and during labor. Through visualization and relaxation exercises we will explore different pain relief options. Join us for an evening of relaxing yoga designed specifically for expectant couples. Whether you are hoping to learn poses you can do together to increase flexibility and strength or seeking to learn tools for managing pain during labor, this offering will be tailored to meet your needs and goals. No prior yoga experience is required. Mamas may bring any partner who will support them through pregnancy and labor.

Ayurvedic Cooking & Eating for the Seasons Series 4 sessions (quarterly)
Saturday, September 15, 2018, 12:00-2:30 pm
Debbie Kayatt, M.S., CYI, E-RYT 500, IYT, CAP & Patty Coughlin

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Nourish yourself Beyond your Resolution! Ayurvedic Cooking and Eating for the Seasons Ayurvedic wisdom tells us the seasons are defined by the elements; air, space, fire, water & earth that are most present in the environment at the time. We have these similar energies in our bodies. When we recognize this connection to the Universe, we realize the importance of how we feed these energies. In these workshops, we explore the elements as they relate to us, how they impact choices in food and our digestion. In January, we explored Digestion & Spices, learning how our health comes from how well we digest. Discussion also included 'eating' and an introduction to the six tastes. We learned how to make and use ghee. In March, we explored Earth & Water and the process of reawakening and mobilizing our bodies as we move through winter and into spring. We discussed the tastes, foods, spices for the season, slow earthy digestion and how to balance our Kapha. The final session (Sept 15): Air & Space - Moving into late fall and preparing for winter, we want to warm and ground the body as we get ready to 'hibernate'. Discussion will include foods for late fall and early winter, irregular or airy digestion and balancing our Vata. You will be shown how to prepare seasonal offerings and enjoy a balanced meal with the cooks and co-participants of the workshop. Cost for this session is $70 to cover the food cost. Registration closes on Saturday, Sept 8. Cancellation will forfeit $25 for food cost. No refunds will be granted to no shows. If you have food allergies or restrictions, please let us know at the time of registration. We will attempt to accommodate the restrictions.

Healthy Aging with Yoga
Saturdays, 9/22/2018 , 10/20/2018, 11/17/2018, 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Ellen Martinoni MBA, E-RYT 500, CYI

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Is Anti-Aging an Oxymoron What does healthy aging look like? What does it mean to age gracefully? And, is Anti-aging an Oxymoron? Over 3 sessions, we will focus on the 3 mindfulness areas of Body, Breath and Mind and learn how age effects each of these areas of our lives. We will look at the latest trends and see what the ageless wisdom of yoga has to teach us. Both discussion and practice are included with exercises that can be done at home. All levels and ages are welcome. Previous yoga experience not required.

Decompress, Reframe, and Reclaim.

Decompress, Reframe and Resolve
Sunday, September 23, 2018, 2:00-6:30 pm
Scott McConnell LMT, CBP, CYI

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Embodying wholeness with greater continuity of self-care Learn a succinct set of tools to reconnect with your bodymind’s ability to naturally and effortlessly release excess stress, tension patterns, and obsolete defense reflexes so that you may experience and maintain a greater depth of presence, inner peace, and success in your daily life. In this one-day workshop, we will introduce and explore three key modalities that provide different entry points for holistic wellness: • TRE® (Tension/Trauma Releasing Exercises) We will access the body’s ability to automatically release stuck energy and physical discomfort with effortless ease through TRE®. These gentle neurogenic movements are innate to all mammals, but we have unconsciously learned to inhibit them as humans. • The Sedona Method (Conscious Letting Go) Rather than unconsciously dramatizing negative emotions through resistance, suppression, and unhealthy expression, this powerful process provides a surprisingly simple way to mindfully welcome and let go of negative thoughts and emotions by conscious choice. This further facilitates our ability to release deeply held stresses safely and with ease. • Yoga Nidra (Transformational Sleep) Finally, we will take a deep dive into the guided, relaxation-based mode of meditation known as Yoga Nidra, which is deeply restorative, integrative, transcendent and blissful in nature. It is often said that this practice begins where Savasana, the most important of yoga postures, leaves off.

Messy Motherhood: The Power of Self-Compassion & Mindfulness

Messy Motherhood: The Power of Self-Compassion & Mindfulness
Saturday, September 29, 2018, 2:00-6:00pm
Dr Shauna Shapiro

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A Wellness Workshop for Moms! Desert Song Healing Arts Center is partnering on this amazing event with @AZ Mindful Moms and @ASU Center for Mindfulness, we hope you will join us! Internationally recognized mindfulness scholar, psychologist and author @drshaunashapiro, will be teaching a self-compassion and mindfulness workshop for mothers in Phoenix. It will be held on September 29, 2018, from 2-6pm at the Unity of Phoenix Spiritual Center. We will learn how to bring greater compassion to ourselves as mothers, what mindfulness is and how it can help us navigate the messiness of motherhood! Right now there is an incentive to mark your calendar and buy your ticket -- the early bird price is $65 and the special coupon code DESERTSONG saves you an extra $10! Every guest receives an incredible swag bag plus the first 100 to sign up will receive a free manicure from @teresnailbar, a children's book, spices from @tinylittlechef and an entry to win gifts from @sanctuaryaz_ and @maylindstromskin! Purchase your ticket at azmindfulmoms.eventbrite.com, to learn more about the event visit www.azmindfulmoms.com Who will benefit from attending? Mothers (of any aged children), expecting mothers, anyone who helps care for children as caregivers, family support, educators, health care or other professionals who work with moms.

Previous Events

Kids’ Yoga Ages 3-6
Saturday, August 18, 2018, 10:30am-11:30 am
Peri Miller, RYT 200, CYI

$12.00

Yoga for the Young and Restless This monthly workshop for young children prepares your 3-6 year old child for the Kids, ages 4 - 10 Class offered at 4:00pm on Tuesday afternoons. The workshop offers a selection of active, high energy yoga games, as well as, introductory practice with breathing and relaxation techniques. Child MUST be accompanied by an adult.

Partners Yoga & Massage
Friday, August 17, 2018, 7:15-9:30pm
Mary Beth Markus, LMT, E-RYT 500

$50 per couple

  Pre-Registration Required The Partners' Yoga class is an ideal class for couples, partners or families to unwind and connect with one another in a relaxing, supportive way. For over 25 years Mary Beth has taught the Partners' Yoga/Massage class, which incorporates partner stretches, soothing massage and restorative breath work. Whether you are new to Yoga or have advanced in your practice, this workshop offers poses at various levels of expertise, depending on your level of experience. Let this class be a part of your healthy relationship. No experience is necessary.

Feldenkrais Inspired
Wednesday, August 15, 2018, 7:15 pm - 8:30 pm
Judy Pyanowski LMT, NBCTMB, RYT 200, CYI

$20

A Journey of Exploring, Experiencing and Discovery Engage in movement exploration that involves feeling, sensing, thinking, moving and imagining. Lessons are based on developmental movements and ordinary functional activities. You will experience and learn a process of inquiry, rather than one that seeks to define a solution. Learn how to: • Attend to your whole self • Eliminate unnecessary tension and energy expenditure • Mobilize our intention into actions

Intro to Ayurveda

Intro to Ayurveda
Saturday, August 11, 2018, 1:00pm - 3:30pm
Debbie Kayatt, MS, CYI, E-RYT 500, YACEP, IYT, CAP

$55.00

Learn To Look Within & Listen To Your Body Ayurveda, a natural science, is a holistic practice and preventative based form of healing. Existing for thousands of years, this science aligns with the teachings and philosophies of yoga. Its ancient wisdom teaches us that our health and wellness come from within. Although recognizing that we are connected to everything, instead of looking outside of ourselves, Ayurveda promotes looking within and listening to our own body. Ultimately, by creating balance between our mind-body-spirit and living in harmony with the universe, we can experience optimal health and well-being. This workshop is an introduction to Ayurveda. Through lecture and discussion we will begin to explore the history and basic principles of Ayurveda. Through learning about the doshas, your mind-body type, we will learn how this knowledge can help us better understand ourselves and maintain balance in our being and in our lives.

Intro to Chi Gong & Meditation 3-Week Series
Thursday, August 9, 16, 23, 2018, 7:15pm-8:30pm
Adam Montoya, Chi Gong Instructor, CYI

$55

Eastern Tools for Western Stress Are you feeling run down by stress? Would you like to melt away tension and replenish energy reserves? Discover how to use basic Chi Gong and Meditation techniques to: Increase Immunity Improve Mental Clarity Build Energy Decrease tension-related pain, such as, tension headaches, ulcers, insomnia, muscle and joint problems Increase serotonin production that improves mood and behavior Improve sleep In this 3 week workshop, each week we will explore basic qi gong movements to invigorate the body and mind, followed by a meditation technique that you can apply in your daily life to recharge.

Intro to Yoga 3-Week Series
Thursday, August 9, 16, 23, 2018 6:00pm – 7:55 pm
Mary Beth Markus – CYI, E-RYT 500

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Save $20 when you bring a friend This is the Year to Start or Come Back to Your Mat Intro to Yoga is designed specifically for students new to yoga. The series focuses on primary yoga postures, principles of safe alignment, breathing techniques and yoga philosophy. Students will enjoy personal attention and hands-on adjustments and refinements from the same instructor each week. You may retake our intro series at any time to refresh your depth of knowledge at a "refresher rate" of $35. You can also register by calling Desert Song Healing Arts Center in Phoenix, AZ at (602) 265-8222.

Intro to Yoga Therapeutics 3-Week Series
Thursdays, August 9, 16, 23, 2018 12:30 - 2:25 pm
Debbie Kayatt - E-RYT 500, CYI

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Save $20 when you bring a friend A Gentler-Paced Intro to Yoga Intro to Yoga is designed specifically for students new to yoga. The series focuses on primary yoga postures, principles of safe alignment, breathing techniques and yoga philosophy. Students will enjoy personal attention and hands-on adjustments and refinements from the same instructor each week. The afternoon Intro to Yoga is a slower paced class that makes yoga very accessible for gentle students or students with limitations. Props and chairs are incorporated into the classes as well as basic therapeutic moves for better posture. Different variations of the poses are practiced by everyone, so that students can experience the options. You may retake our intro series at any time to refresh your depth of knowledge at a "refresher rate" of $35. You can also register by calling Desert Song Healing Arts Center in Phoenix, AZ at (602) 265-8222.

Acusound with Cailin O'Hara & Kelly Greene

Acusound with Cailin O’Hara & Kelly Greene
Thursday, August 2, 2018, 7:15 pm - 8:30 pm
Cailin O'Hara & Kelly Greene

$20.00

A Fusion of Reiki, Acupuncture, Sound Healing & Chinese Medicine Inspire PHX is the combined forces of Cailin O'Hara, LAc and Kelly Greene, M.Ed. They deliver a variety of unique workshops and meditations to cultivate healing, growth and mindfulness. These Thursday night offerings are a fusion of Reiki, Acupuncture, Sound Healing, Chinese Medicine and a touch of magic. The workshops explore themes around emotional, physical and spiritual well-being. This meditation of acupuncture / acupressure combined with sound healing will leave you feeling blissed out, relaxed and inspired. Cailin O'Hara, MAcOM, LAc, Dipl OM, is a board certified practitioner of Chinese medicine, Chinese herbology and acupuncture. Her practice, Sun Tree Healing Arts, focuses on healing the roots of emotional and physical pain. (www.suntreehealingarts.com) Kelly Greene has a Master's of Education in Counseling Psychology and Human Relations. She is a Reiki Master Teacher, Master Sound Healer and Medical Reiki Master. At her practice, Prana Reiki, she is passionate about supporting others in their emotional and spiritual transformations. (www.pranareiki.com)

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