*AMA/PRA credit is not provided for these sessions
Start the day with a refreshing series of Yoga poses for every body and every ability. Woven into the practice are self-awareness, attention to the breath and modifications to suit every level of Yoga experience. This morning practice of the beloved Integral Yoga class will stretch your muscles, loosen your joints, strengthen your bones and serve as a tonic to your entire system. The session includes deep relaxation to promote healing and peace along with breath work and meditation.
Chandra/Jo Sgammato serves as the General Manager of the New York Integral Yoga Institute, where she has worked in a variety of capacities since 1999, and is also the founder of IYI’s Yoga At School™ program. Chandra is certified to teach Integral Yoga Beginning and Intermediate Levels as well as Therapeutic Yoga with Cheri Clampett and Arturo Peal. A former book publishing executive and author, she has done extensive research on the inspiring history of Sri Swami Satchidananda and Integral Yoga.
Many studies employing state-of-the-art scientific measurements are proving the health and stress management benefits of the 5,000-year-old science of Yoga. This workshop presents the renowned Integral Yoga practices of breath work, relaxation and meditation to show you how to quiet your mind and reinforce your own sense of well-being, balance and peace. Taught by a certified Integral Yoga meditation instructor, this session will refresh and renew you within your busy day. You will experience various meditation techniques that may inspire you to make meditation a part of your daily life. No experience required.
Kali Morse, E-RYT 500, RPYT, is director of the Teacher Training programs at the New York Integral Yoga Institute. Kali’s dedication and service to the art of yoga spans 4 decades. She has taught yoga in many settings including schools, colleges, hospitals, businesses, etc. She is certified to teach Integral Hatha Levels I, II, and III, Meditation, Raja Yoga, Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga, Children’s Yoga, and Therapeutic Yoga.