Saturday March 7, 9am-12pm
Brahmana (Energizing Effect)
Help yourself or your students to wake up, feel alert, focused and have the energy needed for the day ahead. This ParaYoga master class will explore back-bending and lateral postures, breath-work, as well as a shavasana and meditation technique to produce an ENERGIZING effect.
Saturday March 7, 4-6pm
Langhana (Calming Effect)
Help yourself or your students to quite the mind, calm down and turn inward. This ParaYoga master class will explore forward bending postures, hip openers, break-work, as well as a shavasana and meditation technique to produce a CALMING energetic effect.
Sunday March 8, 9am-12pm
Samana (Balancing Effect)
Help yourself or your students to improve digestion and nutrient assimilation, as well as integrate information and life experiences with ease. The ParaYoga master class will explore twisting postures, break-work, as well as a shavasana and meditation technique to produce a BALANCING energetic effect.
Cost: Full Weekend if registered by Feb 7th- $150; $175 thereafter
Single Sessions available:
Saturday Morning Brahmana: $60 if registered by Feb 7th, $70 thereafter
Saturday Evening Langhana: $45 if registered by Feb 7th, $55 thereafter
Sunday Morning Samana: $60 if registered by Feb 7th, $70 thereafter
***Join Karina for a celebration of her book release at a free event on Sunday March 8th from 5-6:00pm***
Karina Ayn Mirsky (Devidas), is an international Yoga and Meditation Educator. She has been teaching yoga since 1998 and training instructors since 2004. Karina is a senior teacher of Rod Stryker’s ParaYoga®, a style respected for its masterful application of sequencing asanas, breathwork and meditation for both physiological and energetic purposes. Karina is the director of Sangha Yoga Institute in Kalamazoo, MI. She also holds a Master’s degree in East-West Psychology. Her depth of wisdom and light-hearted nature have inspired and uplifted thousands of lives. She is a regular contributor to Yoga International, of which she graced the Winter 2012 cover. In March 2008, Yoga Journal named Karina as one of 21 top teachers shaping the future of yoga in America. Karina trains teachers all over the US and in Costa Rica, she also leads international retreats and works privately with individuals.