Join us for our Teacher Training with Cheryl Fenner Brown on Saturday and Sunday, March 6, 7, and Saturday, March 13, 2021
Yoga for Cancer: Subtle Practices.
This two-weekend immersion is for 200‐hour yoga teachers and health care practitioners who wish to learn the theory and practice of yoga therapy for cancer patients and survivors. In this 12‐hour training, you will learn how to guide your students through this life‐changing healing journey. There is a recorded prerequisite video (4 hours) that you will be able to access after registration.
From 10:00-3:00 pm Pacific - Virtually using Zoom - Sign up before 2/15/2021 for an early bird discount
This is Part 2 of the Healing Yoga for Cancer Survivorship certification training for teachers and health-care practitioners (you may start with either Part 1 or Part 2). Yoga teachers earn 12 Yoga Alliance CECs. Recordings will be made available for a limited time.
This two-weekend training is for 200-hour yoga teachers and health care practitioners who wish to learn the theory and practice of yoga therapy for cancer patients and survivors. In this two-part 30-hour training, you will learn how yoga can guide students through this life-changing healing journey and mitigate treatment side-effects such as pain, insomnia, cancer-related fatigue, anxiety, lymphedema, and neuropathy. Training will include evidence-informed yoga protocol from the Healing Yoga for Cancer Survivorship (HYCS) research (sponsored by the Cancer Support Community and Piedmont Yoga Community
- Learn how to incorporate subtle practices into your teaching and private client work.
- How cancer affects the subtle body, including the impact it has on the koshas and chakras.
- A deep dive into mudra (hand gestures), pranayama (breathing), mantra (chanting and sound), sankalpa (intention), and yoga Nidra (guided relaxation) for cancer.
- Learn how these practices strengthen the immune system and counteract treatment side-effects to improve emotional and spiritual quality of life.
- Build confidence around how to support emotional processing when it arises in your students and how to protect yourself while working with this population.
You will earn 12‐hours of CEC for Yoga Alliance. The training will be led by integrative yoga therapist, Cheryl Fenner Brown, C‐IAYT, E‐RYT500, YACEP, with over a decade of experience working with cancer patients and survivors as a teacher, therapist, mentor, author, and researcher.
For more information, contact Cheryl at email@example.com or (510) 290‐2641.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Refunds will be paid in full if notice is given before 2/21/2021
Piedmont Yoga Community sponsors annual Workshops in the Bay Area for Teachers & Caregivers – observe and practice teaching a yoga class with JoAnn’s students. Join us on March 20-22, 2020 for the next workshop with JoAnn Lyons. Fri., 3/20 - 1:30 to 5:00, Sat., 3/21 - 9:30 to 12:00 and 1:00 to 5:30 p.m., Sun., 3/22 - 9:30 to 12:00 all at Ability Now, Sun., 1:15 to 5:30 p.m. at Nest Yoga (You and the Mat), Piedmont
How do you feel about 00aching yoga to someone in a wheelchair, or as a caregiver, suggesting yoga to your client? What will you say when a potential student calls and says, “I have a broken leg / Multiple Sclerosis / Cerebral Palsy / (fill in the blank), can I come to your yoga class?” This workshop will not only help you answer that question, it will also offer you a different way of approaching your own practice and teaching.
JoAnn Lyons has been teaching yoga to the Bay Area disability community since 1996. She started her journey teaching one class at the Cerebral Palsy Center in Oakland, California. It quickly became apparent to her that this was an area of yoga teaching that had not been well explored and that each class required not just one teacher, but a team of teachers, assistants, and volunteers who were well trained in yoga and ready to meet the challenge of adapting yoga poses to the needs of students with different abilities. So began workshops on Teaching Yoga to People with Disabilities and Special Needs.
Today there are five classes at the Cerebral Palsy Center, and PYC sponsors classes at Clausen House as well as public classes for people with disabilities and special needs at You and the Mat, Piedmont in Oakland.
Aging Baby Boomers with chronic conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, disabled vets returning home – this work is becoming more important every day! Working with students with disabilities and hearing their stories will bring a new dimension to your teaching as well as prepare you to adjust your teaching to meet the special needs of everyone who walks or rolls into your yoga class. This workshop will open you to the possibilities of these students whom many see as people who “can’t” and help you see that, well, yes, they “can.”
CANCELLATION POLICY: Refunds minus $100 non-refundable deposit will be paid if given 7 days before the start of the workshop. No refunds thereafter.