Often instructors encourage us to grab a block, bolster, blanket, or strap for our yoga practice. Many of us have wondered what to do with them, which ones to use, and when to use them. In this workshop, we will creatively explore how to use props in a playful, safe, practical, and insightful way to guide you through your yoga practice.
Designed to increase your understanding of the purpose of using props and how to use props effectively for your own practice, or when guiding your yoga students. This workshop is created for beginner to advanced practitioners and we encourage you to have a few postures in mind that you may want to explore using a prop to assist you.
Available as 2 contact hours Yoga Alliance Continuing Ed for Yoga Teachers. Please notify Krista in advance if you’ll be attending for CEC.
Teacher: Krista Davis 970-412-4114
Location: Our home in West Loveland. The address will be provided at registration. Weather permitting, we’ll host the class in our backyard. Otherwise, we’ll be indoors. Maximum 4 participants will be accepted due to covid safety. **currently 3 spots left!
Please bring anything you may need to be comfortable outside including sunscreen, insect repellent, etc. You can also bring any yoga props that you may have. We’ll have extra props, mats, and blankets available too.
Join Krista in her garden on the last Sunday of each month for this special class in West Loveland!
45-min Breathwork, Meditation, Chants/Singing, and Yogic Philosophy; 90-min HYS Hatha Yoga Flow
Available as 2.5 contact hours Yoga Alliance Continuing Ed for Yoga Teachers. Please notify Krista in advance if you’ll be attending for CEC.
Teacher: Krista Davis, 970. 412.4114
Location: our backyard in West Loveland. Address provided at registration.
Rain / Weather: if we need to cancel a class due to weather then you can either receive a refund or apply it to the following month.
Please bring anything you may need for outdoor comfort including sunscreen, insect repellent, etc. We’ll have extra yoga mats and blankets available.
Trauma Aware Yoga Workshop Series
July 18th & 25th (two Saturday's in a row)
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
In-Person Option: The classes will be held outside in the backyard of our home in West Loveland (address provided at sign up). Max 8 participants *currently 5 spots left. Online Option: This course is also available via live online live-stream.
Did you know that COVID-Brain is a real thing? “The combination of impaired analytical thinking and heightened external sensitivity creates what can be called “Covid-19 brain” – a fragile, frazzled state that keeps our thoughts simultaneously on edge and unfocused.” (INSEAD Knowledge article: Battling ‘Covid-19 Brain’)
Join us for this fascinating workshop to learn more about the Neuroscience behind it and how Yoga can help.
The goal of a trauma aware yoga practice is to feel empowered, build resiliency and establish greater self-regulation. Anxiety, depression, behavioral issues, relationship stress, and health issues are often the result of unresolved trauma. The series will cover:
- Integration of choices
- Empowered and inclusive language
- Art of assisting and holding safe space
- Invitation of postures
- Breath and trauma
- Sensitivity to Triggers (Trauma Informed Mindfulness)
Open to yoga students, yoga teachers, or anyone who works in the field of helping. Counts as 9 contact hours for Yoga Alliance Continuing Ed.
Please bring a sack lunch, snacks, and water. Make sure to bring anything you need for outdoor comfort, including sunscreen, insect repellent, etc.
Teaching Yoga for Physical Limitations and Common Injuries
Monday, June 8
2:30 - 5pm
COVID-19 Update: This class will be held outside and maximum 9 participants will be accepted.
As yoga teachers, we have to be prepared to adapt our classes to the students who attend. What do we do when we are presented with students who are injured, recovering, or have chronic physical concerns?
Join us to address these questions and more, as we learn new skills for how to adapt yoga for some of the most common physical limitations and injuries that we may encounter in the yoga classroom.
This class is open to certified yoga teachers as 2.5 contact hours for Yoga-Alliance Continuing Education.
Teacher: Krista Davis, 970. 412.4114
Investment: $37.50. Max 9 in-person participants (outside class with plenty of room for social distancing). Sign-up for an in-person slot (first come first serve) or live-stream the workshop online via google hangouts.
Wilder-Nest Retreats 9144 Glade Rd, Loveland, CO 80538
Sacred Cacao Meditation
Saturday, June 20, 2020
6:30 - 8:30 pm
COVID-19 Update: Max 8 participants will be accepted and this class will be held in a large semi-outdoor covered arena. **Currently 2 spots left! Sign Up Today.
Cacao has been used since ancient times as a sacred plant and food source, spiritual awakener, and tool for meditation. It’s a plant medicine that was originally used by the Mayan people to open themselves up to the wisdom of the heart.
You’ll get to enjoy a warm cup (or two!) of pure cacao, learn more about this energizing superfood, and a guided meditation practice where we’ll explore the qualities of divine love and acceptance. In this workshop you’ll be supported to connect with your inner Self and allow your heart to open and heal.
Investment: $25 please sign up in advance