Join us as we welcome Molly McManus to TULA!
Molly is a C-IAYT, ERYT500, SE, AHC is co-owner of Yoga North, and holds certifications as a Yoga Therapist, Somatic Educator, Ayurvedic Health Counselor.
Each workshop is priced individually or $125 for all 3!!
Happy Hour: Restorative Therapeutic Yoga (with the Magical Therapeutic Spinal Strips)
Friday, August 17
6:00pm - 7:30pm (Social Hour afterwards)
$35/$30 TULA Members
Join us fort a special addition of Happy Hour Yoga dedicated to help you de-stress, improve the function of your spine,relieve pain or tension in the upper and lower back, and mobilize and stabilize your shoulder girdles. Because many of us spend great amounts of time with our heads and shoulders in a forward orientation: i.e. working at our computers, driving, or doing manual labor – it is not uncommon for our spines to become locked by tight superficial muscles in the upper, middle and lower back.
The therapeutic spinal strip is a safe and gentle way to bring mobility to this area of the spine using the tools of Critical Alignment Therapy and principles of SomaYoga Therapy.
SomaYoga Therapy for the Stress Response
Saturday, August 18
11am - 12:30pm
$35/$30 TULA Members
Learn to recognize the effects of the stress response and discover your body’s’ hidden reactions to stress that can cause pain, dysfunction and lack of freedom in our life. Discover how to release some of the physical habits that lead to the cumulative effects of stress and gain easy practices that can be used daily.
- Learn about the body’s reaction to stress and the main stress reflexes/responses.
- Understand the concepts of Sensory Motor Amnesia & Sensory Motor Competence and how this new work is the key to sustained freedom and function in the body.
- Tap into the tools of proprioception, exteroception, and interoception to heal yourself and learn to apply to others when sharing yoga.
- Participate in SomaYoga Therapy practices and take-home tangible tools to feel better today!
The Mind Study: Yoga for Mental & Spiritual Well-being
Saturday, August 18
1pm - 5pm
$75/$65 TULA Members
In a world where everything is becoming more fragmented, electrified and high-paced, many people find themselves becoming distracted, overwhelmed and increasingly affected by the diseases of stress. Yoga provides us with incredible maps and practical tools to understand ourselves and to move us in the direction of whole-being wellbeing that encompasses not just physical health but, mental and spiritual resilience as well. Workshop is perfect for both individuals wanting to find more wellbeing for themselves or for Yoga Teachers or Therapists looking to incorporate this work in private or group sessions.
Learn about these life-changing yogic maps:
- The Pancha Kosha Model for understanding the dimensions of the human system and how a multidimensional approach is essential for sustained wellbeing.
- Antakarana – The Inner Instrument – Understanding the Four functions of the mind; Manas, Chitta, Ahamkara, and Buddhi to build a lucid and strong connection to our ability to build equilibrium, freedom and happiness.
- Understanding Dukkha (suffering) and Sukha (pleasure) through the Kleshas which are the Path of Suffering. Begin to uncover the unexamined beliefs, habits, and patterns that keep you stuck and run your life. Then make a plan to move beyond these limiting behaviors to a more expansive existence.
- The 6 Pillars of Ayurvedic & Yoga Living – How to build a steady, strong foundation through Dinacharya (daily lifestyle practices) that include gentle cleansing, healthy nourishment, body practices and contemplation and meditation.
About Molly McManus
Molly McManus C-IAYT, ERYT500, SE, AHC is co-owner of Yoga North, and holds certifications as a Yoga Therapist, Somatic Educator, Ayurvedic Health Counselor.
She enjoys teaching specialized workshops and her work as faculty for the International SomaYoga Institute that is one of only 26 schools in the world that certifies yoga therapists.
Molly is sought out for her special areas of interest in chronic pain and the diseases of stress in programs she has designed such as SomaYoga for Chronic Pain, Making a Change for Good – 30 Days to Compassionate Self Discipline, The Chemistry of Joy, and Yoga for Stress, Anxiety and Depression. She has not only studied and practiced in these areas extensively she has up close and personal experiences with the incredible efficacy of Yoga Therapy with her own journey through chronic pain, and the diseases of stress.
Molly participates in continuous training and active engagement in her field. Her current journey includes service as Chair of the Accreditation Board for the International Association of Yoga Therapists and leading faculty for the Yoga North International SomaYoga Institute.