YTA Announces Workshop Lineup for New Season
The Yoga Teachers Association of the Hudson Valley (YTA) has announced an exciting workshop lineup for this fall and beyond. Add these dates to your calendar and get prepared to bliss out!
To kick off the 2019-20 season, California-based master yogi Ravi Singh will present “Yoga Therapeutics Through a Kundalini Lens” on September 14, from 1:30 to 4:30pm. The YTA’s annual Prana Party will immediately follow the workshop. All are welcome to connect with yoga teachers and other yoga enthusiasts from the tri-state area; light refreshments will be served.
The season will continue in October with “Yoga for Scoliosis,” featuring NYC’s Alison West, who will share the main principles of practice for those with idiopathic or degenerative scoliosis and valuable teaching techniques.
Daniel Orlansky returns in November for “Flowing into Wholeness,” a magical mix of yoga and qigong, and in December, Sandra Anderson will join us to explore the Hatha Yoga Pradipika. Other workshops in the 2019–20 season will be led by Mona Anand, Lee Albert and Deirdre Breen and will cover topics such as the yoga nidra, yoga for pain relief, mudras and the three pillars of Ashtanga yoga. Beloved 101-years-young yogini Tao Porchon-Lynch will close out the season once again, on June 13, 2020.
In addition to its regular workshops, the YTA will be holding its second annual retreat at Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA. “Yoga for a Radiant Heart, Body, and Mind” with Todd Norian will take place October 25–27.
YTA is an educational nonprofit run by volunteers. Membership is open to studio owners, yoga teachers and individual practitioners. Workshops are usually held on the second Saturday of the month, 1:30–4:30pm, at Club Fit in Briarcliff Manor, NY. The cost is $45 for members, $65 for nonmembers in advance. Continuing education credits are available for all workshops.