Saturday, October 27th • 2-4 PM
Cost: $30. Sign up via KarmaSoft.
Join Sindy Warren, author of Radi8: Using the Practice of Yoga to Cultivate Your Inner Shine, for a two-hour workshop on Saturday, October 27th, 2-4 pm. Sindy will lead us through a 75-minute vinyasa flow were we touch on each of the 8 limbs of the yoga practice. She will then lead us through a simple yet powerful guided meditation. Finally, we will have a group discussion on the larger meaning of yoga, what it means outside the studio context, and how to bring our yoga practice off the mat and into our lives.
Sindy Warren is a certified yoga and meditation teacher (E-RYT 200 and 500 hour) and a lifelong student of the practice. She began practicing yoga in 2003, at a time in her life when she was dealing with some challenging transitions. While she was first drawn to the physical practice, it was the mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of the tradition that kept her coming back, again and again. Her yoga practice helped her develop the skills to navigate life challenges with more grace and acceptance.
Sindy grew up outside of Hartford, Connecticut and went to Tufts University for her undergraduate degree and Stanford Law School for her law degree. She has always been passionate about learning and growing, whether in a classroom, a courtroom, a yoga studio, or within the parameters of her own heart and soul. The practice of yoga provides Sindy with a platform from which to do just that – learn and grow. As a teacher of the practice, she seeks to share her passion and knowledge with her students.
In Radi8, Using the Practice to Cultivate Your Inner Shine, Sindy brings to life yoga philosophy in an accessible and relevant way. An understanding of the ancient 8-limbed path of yoga is a necessary part of this spiritual practice. Sindy helps the reader embark on the path or deepen his or her practice, in a way that is compassionate and loving. For yogis of all experience and even just the yoga-curious, this is a must read.
Sindy lives in Shaker Heights with her husband Dan, her daughter Olivia, and her dog Woodrow. When she’s not teaching or practicing yoga and meditation, she can be found hanging with her family, laughing with friends, running in the park near her house, reading a good book, or cooking up something healthy and delicious.
Sundays • 7:45 - 9 am, beginning November 4th
with Rose and Connie
Join fellow breast cancer survivors and yogainstructors, Rose Sabin and Connie Morris, as they lead students through a series of gentle, relaxing,restorative movements to help improve muscle tone and flexibility along with special breathing exercises to help increase energy and relieve stress.
Poses and flows will be offered specifically for cancer prevention, recovery and pain as well as lymphedema management. Class is followed by a group sharing discussion circle to encourage comfort and hope. Coffee and herbal teas will be served.
This class is FREE and open to all long-term survivors as well as those currently going through surgeries or treatments. Suggested donation of $5 will benefit a local cancer organization.
with Dana Walters
This training is designed for yoga teachers wanting to work with the recovery population. It is also found to be extremely relevant and helpful for therapists, counselors, social workers, probation officers and others with a desire to understand how the ancient philosophies and practices of yoga align with the 12-step program of recovery.
To be a certified Y12SR Leader, you must complete both the Y12SR Leadership Training and Y12SR Intensive, which is now available online. We suggest taking the Online Intensive prior to Leadership Training.
Download the official flyer here.
Click here to register through Y12SR.