Encouraging us to Inhabit the Moment on and off the path.

Chair Yoga – Esterhazy

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Chair Yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support.  It allows the participants the opportunity to receive the benefit of yoga postures, breathing & meditation within the limitations of their own experience.

Chair Yoga Poses

Please contact Shirley Berthelet for more information: (306) 270-8638

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Chair Yoga – Esterhazy

Chair Yoga is a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting on a chair, or standing using a chair for support.  It allows the participants the opportunity to receive the benefit of yoga postures, breathing & meditation within the limitations of their own experience.

Chair Yoga Poses

Please contact Shirley Berthelet for more information: (306) 270-8638

Gentle Yoga – Esterhazy

Gentle Yoga – Gentle yoga classes allow the participant to move slowly into and out of postures. Time, patience and gravity aid the student in finding their appropriate place in each yoga shape. Gentle classes create an environment that nourishes the student mind, body and spirit. Appropriate for both the new and the seasoned yogi!

Please contact Shirley Berthelet for more information: (306) 270-8638

Yoga Nidra Certification

Yoga Nidra Certification

Is your favorite part of your yoga class savasana?  Have you wondered what a longer, deeper period of relaxation would feel like? What might it do for your stress levels and your health in general? Yoga Nidra is a deep form of guided meditation that systematically takes you through four brainwave levels on a journey toward yogic sleep. Studies show that one Nidra session translates to the equivalent of 2-3 hours of restful sleep. This practice is deeply restorative and healing for the mind, heart, body, and spirit.

savasana pose yoga nidra training

We are more than just our physical bodies. Yoga teaches us that what we do with our physical bodies affects our emotional and spiritual bodies.
Yoga is a Sanskrit word meaning “union” and Nidra means “dream”. Therefore, in Yoga Nidra, the mind of the individual, the body, and the intellect are in a complete state of relaxation and may even seem to be sleeping, but in reality, their consciousness is active and functioning at a higher level deep. In a person’s yoga dream he is taught how to get out of the waking state, go beyond the dream state and even go into deep sleep, but nevertheless stay awake.

What is Yoga Nidra?

• Yogic technique where we learn to relax consciously
• The mind and awareness disassociated from the senses
• 5th step or Limb of “The 8 Limbs of Yoga” – Pratyahara – withdrawal of senses from their external objects fosters transcendence beyond the physical body and its senses. Through this practice, an individual is able to withdraw and then detach from their physical senses by directing their attention inward.
• Sometimes referred to as Yogic Sleep
• A state between sleep and wakefulness
• In touch with all 3 levels of consciousness:

o Consciousness
o Unconsciousness
o Sub-consciousness
• A way of moving carefully through the Koshas – sheaths to help us bring our attention inward,
to plant a seed for a desired change with a resolve or Sankalpa, intention
• State of wholeness, integration; original or true self

This training will equip qualified yoga instructors to integrate Yoga Nidra into their current class offerings.
Led by Shirley Berthelet, Master Instructor/Teacher Trainer and Canfitpro Personal Training Specialist.
Students and teachers are welcome.

Yoga Nidra Certification

Yoga Nidra Certification

Is your favorite part of your yoga class savasana?  Have you wondered what a longer, deeper period of relaxation would feel like? What might it do for your stress levels and your health in general? Yoga nidra  is a deep form of guided meditation that  systematically takes you through four brainwave levels on a journey toward yogic sleep. Studies show that one Nidra session translates to the equivalent of 2-3 hours of restful sleep. This practice is deeply restorative and healing for the mind, heart, body, and spirit.

savasana pose yoga nidra training

We are more than just our physical bodies. Yoga teaches us that what we do with our physical bodies affects our emotional and spiritual bodies.
Yoga is a Sanskrit word meaning “union” and Nidra means “dream”. Therefore, in Yoga Nidra the mind of the individual, the body and the intellect are in a complete state of relaxation and may even seem to be sleeping, but in reality, their consciousness is active and functioning at a higher level deep. In a person’s yoga dream he is taught how to get out of the waking state, go beyond the dream state and even go into deep sleep, but nevertheless stay awake.

What is Yoga Nidra?

• Yogic technique where we learn to relax consciously
• The mind and awareness disassociated from the senses
• 5th step or Limb of “The 8 Limbs of Yoga” – Pratyahara – withdrawal of senses from their external objects fosters transcendence beyond the physical body and its senses. Through this practice, an individual is able to withdraw and then detach from their physical senses by directing their attention inward.
• Sometimes referred to as Yogic Sleep
• A state between sleep and wakefulness
• In touch with all 3 levels of consciousness:

o Consciousness
o Unconsciousness
o Sub-consciousness
• A way of moving carefully through the Koshas – sheaths to help us bring our attention inward,
to plant a seed for a desired change with a resolve or Sankalpa, intention
• State of wholeness, integration; original or true self

FYI – Module 3 – Fitness Yoga Instructor Certification

Learning Objectives of FYI training:
• To equip students to teach foundational yoga from a fitness perspective, and to teach with confidence to the athletic community through the use of applied anatomy.

Training Hours:
• 3 modules of training consisting of 18 hours in person/module and approximately 5-6 hours of home study.

Cost of Training:
$375.00/module – fees include:
• FYI training manual, complete with anatomy pictures & pose information connected to athletic anatomy
• Sample classes: Beginner/Level 1, Gentle, Athletic, Post Run Yoga, Sun Salutations handout, Hips & Hamstrings specific yoga class, 8 Week Workshop Outline

**No pre-requisite is required for Module 1; upon completion of all 3 modules as well as a presentation of a Level 1 class for evaluation, the FYI certificate will be received.

Each module qualifies for:
12 CEC’s for SPRA (Sask. Parks & Recreation Association)

Student Teaching – our intention is to keep our training groups small so that all students have adequate time to practice teaching and to develop confidence as they instruct within the scope of Foundational (Beginner/Level 1) Fitness Yoga.

FYI – Module 2 – Fitness Yoga Instructor Certification

Learning Objectives of FYI training:
• To equip students to teach foundational yoga from a fitness perspective, and to teach with confidence to the athletic community through the use of applied anatomy.

Training Hours:
• 3 modules of training consisting of 18 hours in person/module and approximately 5-6 hours of home study.

Cost of Training:
$375.00/module – fees include:
• FYI training manual, complete with anatomy pictures & pose information connected to athletic anatomy
• Sample classes: Beginner/Level 1, Gentle, Athletic, Post Run Yoga, Sun Salutations handout, Hips & Hamstrings specific yoga class, 8 Week Workshop Outline

**No pre-requisite is required for Module 1; upon completion of all 3 modules as well as a presentation of a Level 1 class for evaluation, the FYI certificate will be received.

Each module qualifies for:
12 CEC’s for SPRA (Sask. Parks & Recreation Association)

Student Teaching – our intention is to keep our training groups small so that all students have adequate time to practice teaching and to develop confidence as they instruct within the scope of Foundational (Beginner/Level 1) Fitness Yoga.

FYI – Module 1 – Fitness Yoga Instructor Certification

Learning Objectives of FYI training:
• To equip students to teach foundational yoga from a fitness perspective, and to teach with confidence to the athletic community through the use of applied anatomy.

Training Hours:
• 3 modules of training consisting of 18 hours in person/module and approximately 5-6 hours of home study.

Cost of Training:
$375.00/module – fees include:
• FYI training manual, complete with anatomy pictures & pose information connected to athletic anatomy
• Sample classes: Beginner/Level 1, Gentle, Athletic, Post Run Yoga, Sun Salutations handout, Hips & Hamstrings specific yoga class, 8 Week Workshop Outline

**No pre-requisite is required for Module 1; upon completion of all 3 modules as well as a presentation of a Level 1 class for evaluation, the FYI certificate will be received.

Each module qualifies for:
12 CEC’s for SPRA (Sask. Parks & Recreation Association)

Student Teaching – our intention is to keep our training groups small so that all students have adequate time to practice teaching and to develop confidence as they instruct within the scope of Foundational (Beginner/Level 1) Fitness Yoga.