Meet Your TT Team: Lara Falberg

Meet Lara Falberg, teacher in the 200 Hour Teacher Training program. 200 YTT begins March 23rd! Pay in full by February 23 and save $300 off the full price.  For more information, join us for an upcoming free info session, Sunday, March 4th from 11:45a to 12:30p or Thursday, March 8th from 6:00p to 6:45p.  For more about our program or email applications@yogaonhigh.com or call 614-291-4444 for information or to set up a personal meeting.

What styles of yoga do you teach?
Vinyasa, Creative Free-Form, Experimental.

Please list day/time of Yohi classes.
Monday 12:00p Hot Flow Mixed Level 1 & 2
Wednesday 12:00p Hot Flow Mixed Level 1 & 2
Thursday 6:00p Hot Flow Mixed Level 1 & 2
Friday 12:00p Hot Flow Mixed Level 1 & 2 at Yohi-Grandview

What is your teaching philosophy?
You didn’t come here to leave feeling the same, did you? Change is one of the most exciting things we can experience.

What was the yoga class you took or first class you taught?
Bikram. I quickly realized it was not the style for me.

What made you decide to teach yoga?
First, my mentor and teacher in Atlanta encouraged it and planted the seed. It became all I could think about, and it excited me in a way nothing else ever had. So I signed up for TT, and told myself I was just having an experience but really didn’t want to teach because it made me feel too vulnerable. Then the universe intervened and brought teaching gigs my way.

What are your favorite books (yoga or otherwise)?
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz very literally changed my life by completely calling my outlook into question. Byron Katie and Stephen Mitchell’s A Thousand Names for Joy is another.

 Go and open your Spotify account – what are the top three most played songs or the three most recently played songs?
Most recent: Kid Loco’s “Horsetown In Vain,” Bonobo’s “Grains,” and Silver Chair’s “Straight Lines.”

What are you finding inspiring right now?
Going at a slower pace. Exploring a different approach to time management and what ‘accomplishment’ actually means.

Do you have a fave yoga pose – if so, what is it?
Triangle. It’s so intricate and mystical. Half Moon too, which is almost Triangle.

Tell us a fun fact about you.
I’m a Backgammon fanatic.

Play Two Truths and a Lie (give three statements about you – two true and one lie – but don’t tell which is which!).
I’m a twin. 2. I have visited every single state in the U.S.A. 3. I lived on a Kibbutz in Israel.

When you started practicing yoga, what did you find most challenging?  How about now?
At first, it was the breath work and stillness. Now it’s acceptance that my body is changing and needs different things than it did even 5 years ago.

Are you going to any workshops this year?  If so, what are they?
David Keil, anatomy.  Dianne Bondy, inclusivity.

Where did you grow up?
Mostly Cincinnati. Born in Jersey. Moved to Cincy when I was 6, so it cracks me up when people tell me they can hear the Jersey in my voice.

Hidden talents?
Nope.

Hobbies/interests outside of yoga?
Writing, coming up with names for my next dog, Backgammon, spontaneous trips.

 

 

 

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Meet Your TT Team: Anne Weidinger


Anne Weidinger_yohiMeet Anne Weidinger, 
teacher in the 200 Hour Teacher Training program. Over the next several weeks, follow along as we introduce our 200 Hour Teacher Training faculty through a series of interviews.

What styles of yoga do you teach?
Vinyasa/ Ashtanga

Please list day/time of Yohi classes.
Monday 6:00p Hot Flow Mixed Level 1 & 2
Tuesday 12:00p Hot Flow Mixed Level 1 & 2 at Yohi-Grandview
Friday 9:30a Hot Flow Mixed Level 1 & 2 at Yohi-Grandview
Saturday 10:00a Half Primary Mixed Level 1 & 2 at Yohi-Grandview
Saturday 2:00p Hot Flow Level 2
and Staring in March Friday 4:30p Hot Flow Level 1 & 2

What is your teaching philosophy?
I believe that yoga is an approachable and sustainable practice that provides an opportunity to get to know yourself better. My classes are alignment focused and centered on a theme—whether it is philosophy, a pose or anatomy. My sequences are a straightforward blend of fluid movement that mesh creativity with breath . . . and a little humor!

What was the yoga class you took or first class you taught.
I took a Bikram yoga class a long time ago! But it was my first “hatha flow” class (vinyasa) that really caught my attention. I loved the connection between movement and breath.

Anne Weidinger_YohiWhat made you decide to teach yoga?
There are so many reasons! 🙂 As a former dancer and dance teacher, movement was a big part of my life. Yoga was already part of my personal practice. But, the turning point for me was when my husband and I moved to Columbus. I witnessed his career change into doing something he was deeply passionate about and I was inspired to teach.

What is your favorite vacation spot?
Currently Acadia National Park.

Go and open your Spotify account – what are the top three songs most played song or the three most recently played songs?
“Lost in Space” by Emmit Fenn, “Astronaut” by Mansionair, “Line of Sight” by ODESZA.

Who would you consider your main yoga/meditation teachers?
Jason Crandall, Richard Freeman, Tiffany Cruikshank.

Do you have a fave yoga pose – if so, what is it?
Ustrasana. The beauty of this pose is both the strength necessary to do the backbend and the willingness to be soft in the pose itself.

Hidden talents?
I can play the piano. I was brought up playing classical music but played and sang Tori Amos songs in my free time!

Hobbies/interests outside of yoga?
I love to cook and bake. I usually plan dinner when I’m drinking my morning coffee!

Our next 200 YTT begins this March! Pay in full by February 23 and save $300 off the full price.  For more information, join us for an upcoming free info session, Sunday, March 4th from 11:45a to 12:30p at Yoga on High-Short North or Thursday, March 8th from 6:00p to 6:45p at Yohi 1020. For more about our program or email applications@yogaonhigh.com or call 614-291-4444 for information or to set up a personal meeting.

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Teacher Training Journey: Jeremy Kundtz

Completing Yoga on Highs 200 Hour Teacher training program changed my life. Better said, it was not the completion, but the process of living through each day of the program, that made me new. Undoubtedly, the most valuable aspect is the power of this program—a chance to develop a practice. A true, dedicated, daily practice. And living that kind of dedication, this thing we do on our mats—the stretching and breathing and asana, pranayama—becomes bigger than itself. It becomes sacred. It becomes something that, if you let it, will be with you all your life. Something that will pick you up when you’re feeling weak. That will carry you, breath by breath, posture after posture, through the ugly and sad parts of your life. And then, these same simple, magical movements you’re going to learn to perform, will sustain you in moments of elation. They’ll bring you back to, and then beyond yourself.

When we talk about yoga, often we talk about inner-peace, and love, and light, and all of that. And, in truth, if we are lucky, we can and will live into those experiences, those wide and soundless spaces. But the beauty of yoga—the beauty of studying it with other dedicated practitioners, and of working these teachings into our bodies, and then minds, and then hearts—is that yoga becomes a tool. A massive, life-encompassing tool that we can use every single day for the rest of our lives. Every. Single. Day. We can do this thing and return to ourselves.

I know that all of what I’m saying about teacher training and the practice might sound like fluffy, bull*hit poetry. But when I found yoga, when I found Yoga on High, I was in the process of moving back to Columbus after living away some while. I felt alone and lost and like I was perpetually falling. And then—like it was the simplest, easiest thing to do in the world—the people in the teacher training, and the people who make Yoga on High the safe-haven it is—Marcia, Tom, Lara, Breanna, Adam, Michele, Jen, Marina, Meredith and everyone, everyone—they opened for me a door into their lives. They took me in. Welcomed me as family. Treated me with love despite all my craziness and confusion. That’s what Yoga on High’s teacher training is to me. And beyond that, I don’t have words.

Jeremy KundtzI’m writing this from Ibagué, Colombia, while on a Fulbright Scholarship. Colombia, you may know, is living a complicated, near-impossible historical moment. In short, as a society, Colombia is attempting to move-forward from 55 years of Civil War. When I applied to come here as a grantee, I talked about a lot of things. Among them, I talked about teaching yoga, and about the effect the practice could have in the lives of the people I would encounter, and about the effect the practice could have in the peace process in general. And now here I am, with this skill set to offer—these magic postures, these little seats of meditations—teaching yoga, watching it work its way into people’s lives. That is a gift I am so grateful for, and all of it is thanks to Yoga on High.

Jeremy completed his 200 Hour Teacher Training at Yoga on High and currently lives in Ibagué, Colombia where he teaches yoga.

Yoga on High’s next 200 Hour Teacher Training begins March 23.

Our next 200 Hour Teacher Training program begins March 23. For more information, join us at our upcoming Free Info Session.  Watch the Yoga on High Teacher Training video here. Enroll and pay by February 23 to receive $300 off the full price of the program. To apply or for questions, contact Breanna at applications@yogaonhigh.com

 

 

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Meet your TT Team: Michele Vinbury

Meet Michele Vinbury, teacher in the 200 Hour Teacher Training program. Over the next several weeks, follow along as we introduce our 200 Hour Teacher Training faculty through a series of interviews.

What styles do you teach?
Vinyasa, Trauma Sensitive, Pranayama, Meditation.

Please list day/time of Yohi classes. 
Sunday 10:15a Sekoia
Various series classes throughout the week (these classes you sign up in advance for.)
Quarterly Sekoia Spirit Workshops

What is your teaching philosophy? Michele Vinbury YTT Columbus Ohio_3
The breath is primary.
I offer invitations to students to “take yourself less seriously.”
Everything you need for this crazy adventure is already inside of you . . . you just need to find the time and space to listen.

What are you finding inspiring right now?
Energy. Nature. The Moon. Fog has been showing up in my meditations – very visceral, the sense of magic and mystery. Both what is seen and unseen . . . it offers itself to deep explorations of both trust and fear.  I’ve always had a connection with the WIND, it is a portal for me into the mystery – opening to that which is unseen and yet, known – a force that is undeniable, uncontrollable, powerful, and sensual. It has been a teacher for me almost as long as I can remember and continues to inspire.
It was very clear that I wanted to teach yoga to women who had experienced trauma. I have worked and volunteered serving this population my entire adult life, and I knew that this was the path I wanted to take with yoga.

Michele Vinbury YTT Columbus Ohio_2What is your favorite vacation spot?
Ohohohoh!!! Mountains and/or the Beach and/or the Desert.  I am a fan of heat, and love the jungle – Hawaii and Costa Rica fit the bill. I also love alpine mountains – Northern Cascades are dreamy and I visited Banff, California for the first time last year and will visit again this year. Last spring New Mexico captured my heart--I want to return there with my family. This year though, our big family trip will be to Peru, the nation of my birth!

When you started practicing yoga, what did you find most challenging?
Self-judgment.

How about now?
Making sure I protect time for my personal practice.

Are you going to any workshops next year?  If so, what are they? 
I’m diving deep into my meditation practice again this year. I have a four-day iRest silent retreat this month in California. In April I will do a seven-day solo, self-guided, silent retreat through a Buddhist center in southern Colorado. I’ll be in a small one-room, secluded, mountain-side cabin (with no electricity or running water). Just me, mama earth, the wild animals, and my (wild) thoughts (ahhhhh!) 😉 This summer I will attend a ten-day iRest silent retreat. Finally, I’ll be in Banff, California again this autumn to assist in a meditation training, and after that training is complete I’m hoping to schedule a few days off the grid.

Do you have any pets?
Yes, two dogs. One real, Soph and one imaginary, David. One fish--Neptune.Michele Vinbury YTT Columbus Ohio_1

Hobbies/interests outside of yoga?
Outdoor adventure. Photography. Poetry. Swimming in the ocean. Touching moss.

What are your nicknames? 
Birdie (literally since the day I was born), Vinny, Shel, Shelli, Shel-Belle, Chilli, Elle.

Who would you consider your main yoga/meditation teachers?
Marcia and Linda.  Richard Miller and Stephanie Lopez.  Adyashanti. I’m influenced by Annie Carpenter, Sianna Sherman and also Doug Keller. I enjoy Meghan Currie’s practices too.

Do you have a fave yoga pose – if so, what is it?
Ustrasana – because my body so needs this shape.

Our next 200 YTT begins this March! Pay in full by February 23 and save $300 off the full price.  For more information, join us for a free info session, this Saturday, February 10 from 11:00a to 11:45a. Watch a video to learn more about our program or email applications@yogaonhigh.com or call 614-291-4444 for information or to set up a personal meeting.

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February Calendar of Events

Schedule Updates:
See web for most up-to-date open schedule.

Workshops:
February 6 -- March 13 Ayurveda Foundations for Personal Wellness & Vibrant Living with Breanna Mustard (6 Week Series)
February 7 Pranayama Teacher Training with Linda Oshins
February 10 Ayurvedic Herbal Aphrodisiacs with Marina Zahran
February 24 Sanskrit Workshop with Rhonda Kuster

Coming Up:
March 2 – 4 Yoga for Addiction with Marcia Miller and Lori Bower
March 16 Sekoia New Moon with Michele Vinbury
March 23 200 Hour Teacher Training 9-Month program weekend begins

Series Classes:
Series Classes click here to enroll.

Advanced
February 20 -- March 27 Tuesdays 7:30p 6-Week Advanced Vinyasa with Lara Falberg
March 4 -- March 26 Sundays 11:30a 6-Week Advanced Ashtanga with Tom Griffith

Meditation & More
March 5 -- March 26 Mondays 5:45p The Radiance Sutras in Action with Marcia Miller
March 7 -- March 28 Wednesdays 6:15p iRest & Release with Michele Vinbury

Prenatal and Family
Feb 4 – March 11 Sunday 3:00p 6-Week Prenatal with Julie Carpenter

Upcoming Teacher Trainings:

200 Hour 9-Month Yoga Teacher Training (2018 March Weekend)
This program starts in March and meets one weekend a month. Additionally, the program includes a weekend orientation session to start the program, a philosophy weekend and a three-day silent retreat to finish.

200 Hour TT Free Information Sessions:
Please check back for future sessions.

*Pay in full by February 23, 2018 and save $300 (no deposit, no monthly payments)

Pranayama Teacher Training with Linda Oshins
This seven-month training involves telephone conference calls every other week, one weekend workshop mid-way through the training, and one weekend workshop at the end. Program kicks off with a choice of phone calls, February 7 or 11, 2018.

300 Hour Teacher Training
1 to 3 Year Customizable Program and Rolling Enrollment
For questions or more information contact: linda@yogaonhigh.com

300 Hr TT Free Information Sessions:
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January Calendar of Events

Schedule Updates:
New Classes:
Monday 9:30a Hatha Level 1 & 2 with Adam Wetterhan
Tuesday 7:00a Ashtanga Pranayama with Adam Wetterhan
Thursday 7:30p Buti Yoga with Victoria Frye
Saturday 8:45a Deep Release with Meredith Bury
Saturday 10:00a Hot Flow Level 1 & 2 with Sally Walsh Roberts
Saturday 10:30a Hatha Level 1 & 2 with Leanne Luscher
Sunday 5:00p Hatha Beginner Drop-in with Liz Baldridge

Time Change:
Monday 7:15p Hot flow 2 & 3 with Sally Walsh Roberts
Wednesday 7:30p Hot Flow Level 1 & 2 with Sally Walsh Roberts
Saturday 9:00a Vinyasa Beginner Drop-in with Stella Cornett

See web for most up-to-date open schedule.

Workshops:
January 1 New Year’s Day Classes:
9:00a to 11:00a NYD Mysore with Linda Chun & Correna Starbuck
10:00a to 12:00p NYD Hatha with Marcia Miller
11:00a to 12:45a NYD Sekoia Hike with Michele Vinbury at Offsite TBD
1:00p to 2:30p NYD Sekoia with Karine Wascher
4:00p to 5:30p NYD Vinyasa with Jeremy Grace at Grandview
January 13 Advancing your Practice – Intro to Second Series with Tom Griffith
January 19-20 Reiki Level 1 Training & Attunement with Michele Vinbury
January 21 Roll and Release: Full Body with Crystal Fauber

Series Classes:
Upcoming January 2018 Series Classes click here to enroll.

Beginner
Jan 3 – Feb 28 Wednesday 5:45p Hatha Basic New Beginners with Cindy Houpt
Jan 9 – Feb 13 Tuesday 7:30p 6-Week Ashtanga Foundations with Tom Griffith
Jan 10 – Feb 13 Wednesday 9:30a 6-Week Foundations of Vinyasa with Michele Vinbury
Jan 14 – Feb 18 Sunday 3:00p 6-Week Ashtanga Foundations with Correna Starbuck

Meditation
Jan 8 – Jan 29 Monday 5:45p iRest Yoga & Asana with Marcia Miller

Specialty
Jan 6 – March 10 Saturday 12:00p MS Yoga with Jenn Gebhart
Jan 7 – Feb 18 Sunday 11:45a EMBER with Michele Vinbury
Jan 8 – March 12 Monday 4:00p MS Yoga with Jenn Gebhart

Prenatal and Family
Jan 7 – Jan 28 Sunday 10:15a 4-Week Kids Yoga (Ages 6 – 11) with Kristin Deam
Jan 8 – March 12 Monday 7:30 Prenatal Yoga at TTI with Jenn Gebhart
Jan 9 – Feb 13 Tuesday 11:00a Mommy & Baby Yoga with Janet Braden
Jan 18 – March 22 Thursday 5:45p Prenatal Yoga at Yohi with Jenn Gebhart
Feb 4 – March 11 Sunday 3:00p 6-Week Prenatal with Julie Carpenter

Upcoming Teacher Trainings:

200 Hour 9-Month Yoga Teacher Training (2018 March Weekend)
This program starts in March and meets one weekend a month. Additionally, the program includes a weekend orientation session to start the program, a philosophy weekend and a three-day silent retreat to finish.

200 Hour TT Free Information Sessions:
Wednesday, January 17th from 6:00p to 6:45p at Yoga on High Teacher Training Institute
Sunday, January 21st from 11:45a to 12:30p at Yoga on High Teacher Training Institute

Pranayama Teacher Training with Linda Oshins
This seven-month training involves telephone conference calls every other week, one weekend workshop mid-way through the training, and one weekend workshop at the end. Program kicks off with a choice of phone calls, February 7 or 11, 2018.

300 Hour Teacher Training
1 to 3 Year Customizable Program and Rolling Enrollment
For questions or more information contact: linda@yogaonhigh.com

300 Hr TT Free Information Sessions:
Saturday, January 20th from 2:30p to 3:30p at the Yoga on High Teacher Training Institute

 

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Changing the Paradigm with UZIT in Schools

By Janine Harris Degitz

Janine Harris DegitzThis past Fall, Susan Cunningham and I began offering Urban Zen Integrative Therapy™ (UZIT) oneday a week to the teachers, staff and administrators at a local elementary school in Central Ohio. The commitment in this school to progressive education and caring for the whole child is taking root in a new way. The administration’s support of UZIT says loud and clear to all of the staff of the school—you can’t take care of the children you serve unless you also take the time to care for yourself.

Through a generous grant from local donors, and as a community, we are setting down new self-care patterns at work. We are creating a place, within the workplace, for teachers and staff to pause and take 10-20 minutes out of their task-filled days of service to children to tend to their own well-being, which has shown remarkable results.

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This week as I walked down the hall with one staff member to our small room next to the often-lively library, she reflected; “I associate work with stress and anxiety, and it is wonderful to have a place at work to come to that is relaxing and neither stressful or anxiety producing. Thank you for being here, it’s making a huge difference.” This client noted pre-session stress and anxiety levels of 7 on a scale of 10, and left after our 15-minute session with self-assessment numbers of 2 and 3. Changes like this in our nervous systems are central to the possibility of changing our work environments, transforming this critical workplace, which serves our children, to one that cares about all people involved, as well as the purpose of their work.

It takes time to undo our cultural training to overextend ourselves in
our work and home life. It’s a challenge because our North American culture tends to value being busy all the time and carries busy-ness like a badge of honor. Therefore, we need to make it a conscious part of our daily life to pause, set down the to-do list and the phone, breathe, listen and be quiet.

The messages in our heads are often very loud, “I need to be in crisis to ask for help,” “I have to work harder in order to be valued or worthwhile,” or, as one teacher mentioned before our session, “Well, I guess I’m really doing OK, maybe I don’t need to take the time….” It’s radical to make self-care the norm so that we know when we are out of balance in the moment.

How would it be to have 28 pairs of children’s eyes staring at you and know that you have tools and the space to breathe. That you can come back to the moment, notice your breath and your body, and share your gifts with our youth from a place of wholeness. It only takes a few minutes to shift from overwhelmed and anxious to ready and able to meet the rest of your day.

Life doesn’t wait for us to be ready, it’s happening each and every moment. Building skills of self-care and self-awareness is how we re-tool ourselves to be the best we can be in our lives. As a friend recently told me, “Fold up your super-hero cape neatly in the bottom drawer of your dresser – it’s not needed anymore”.

Janine Harris Degitz 
lives in Clintonville with her family. For the past 25 years she has deepened her passion for living in harmony with the earth and community through supporting local farmers, fermenting food, teaching and sharing natural and sustainable beekeeping, Urban Zen Integrative Therapy and compassionate communication. All things that bring her back into connection with her own being, the earth, the food that nurtures us and the love, compassion and interconnectedness of life itself.

Janine became a certified Urban Zen Integrative Therapists in April, 2014 and became a staff mentor/ teacher for the Yoga on High Urban Zen training classes beginning in 2015.  Urban Zen Integrative Therapy (UZIT) uses multiple modalities to address the symptoms and stress of everyday life. The modalities include gentle movements, restorative yoga positions, body awareness meditation, breath awareness practices, aromatherapy and Reiki.

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Meditation and Middle School Science

by Stephanie Estice

71 people talk about mind egoThe Radiance Sutras: 112 Gateways to the Yoga of Wonder and Delight by Lorin Roche, PhD
Sutra 71

People talk about mind and ego.
Let’s just drop this whole conversation.

Consider instead:
There is no mind.
There is no ego.

There is only the vivid reality
Of this surprising moment
At play, beckoning.

atom-1674878_1280 Pixabay CCOI remember the day in middle school science class when we learned about the vibration of atoms, and within them electrons, protons, and neutrons. We learned how these were the parts that resulted in solids, liquids, and gases. My science teacher’s voice faded into the background as I stared at my desk and imagined all the space in that “solid” which I couldn’t see. I gently touched the table; it felt solid. I looked at the air in the room. I almost didn’t dare, but I then looked at my hand. At this point, I was so focused on space, vibration and expansion, it was as if my teacher and the other students no longer existed, though I knew we were all still together in that science class and I could hear the teacher’s voice off in the distance. I felt fully immersed in my experience of that moment and, as my attention expanded to re-include my classmates and teacher and my experience of space in solid, I had a sense of shifted awareness.
Years later when I started a meditation practice as an adult, I thought I needed to learn something. Like so many, I felt meditation must be the answer to what was feeling out of control in my life -- my thoughts, my emotions. Life seemed to be running itself, in ways that weren’t comfortable, and I thought if I figured out this meditation thing, then I was sure my life would be perfect.

Now that I have spent many years practicing meditation, I feel like I’ve come full circle. All the variety of meditation practices which I’ve explored are simply revealing the possibilities of human experience, and how we have an opportunity in each moment to be with that experience of being human.

When I rest and trust in that which I already know, I can be with all that is happening, in and around me. As I look at the world around me, I can be open and have focus at the same time in a new way.

We all have experiences like this that we can share, and many of you may be nodding your head in recognition. And, at the same time, you may be wondering how did you get disconnected from what you know?

In classes, one of my favorite questions, often after we have experienced a brief meditation, is: “When do you experience Presence in your life -- that surprise of knowing ‘I am here, in and of this world, experiencing this moment’?” For years I asked this question many times in my private client work, too, and I would hear the same examples of human experience. I won’t write them here…you know the answer. If you’re not sure, ask a friend, a family member, or someone you admire. When you have your examples, seek opportunities for more. The more we see the opportunities for Presence in every moment, the more our lives reflect that experience we are seeking.

“…there is only the vivid reality of this surprising moment at play, beckoning.”

Stephanie Estice teaches meditation and mentors students and clients in private sessions. She can be found at Yoga on High Teacher Training Institute or onsite around central Ohio. For more information, look here or email here.

 

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December Calendar of Events

Holiday Hours:
Sunday, December 24, Christmas Eve: Closed
Monday, December 25, Christmas: Closed (except for Christmas Day Practice)
December 26 -- January 1: Holiday Break*
*No regularly scheduled open classes
*See schedule for special scheduled classes or workshops
*Short North Boutique limited hours:
December 26: 11a to 5p
December 27: 11a to 8p
December 28: 11a to 8p
December 29: 11a to 8p
December 30: 11a to 8p
December 31: 11a to 3p
January 1: 8:30a to 3p
January 1: New Year’s Day Classes
January 2: Open Class Schedule Resumes

Schedule Updates:
Grandview:
Thursday 12p Deep Release with Amy Lybrook
Saturday 11:45a Slow Flow Level 1 & 2 with Amy Lybrook

Workshops:
December 2 Sekoia Journey to Wellness Retreat Workshop with Karine Wascher
December 8-10 Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Training Michele Vinbury, Marybeth Hamilton, Marcia Miller
December 8 Ayurvedic Foundations with Breanna Mustard
December 9 Holiday Restorative with Marcia Miller
December 21 Holiday Restorative with Jenn Gebhart
December 17 Sekoia Aerial Restoratives with Dale Ann Gray
December 25 Christmas Day Practice with Lara Falberg at Grandview
January 1 New Year’s Day Classes:
9:00a to 11:00a NYD Mysore with Linda Chun & Correna Starbuck
10:00a to 12:00p NYD Hatha with Marcia Miller
11:00a to 12:45a NYD Sekoia Hike with Michele Vinbury at Offsite TBD
1:00p to 2:30p NYD Sekoia with Karine Wascher
4:00p to 5:30p NYD Vinyasa with Jeremy Grace at Grandview

Series Classes:
Upcoming January 2018 Series Classes click here

Upcoming Teacher Trainings:

200 Hour 9-Month Yoga Teacher Training (2018 March Weekend)
This program starts in March and meets one weekend a month. Additionally, the program includes a weekend orientation session to start the program, a philosophy weekend and a three-day silent retreat to finish.

**Save $500 if enrolled and paid in full by December 23, 2017. **

200 Hour TT Free Information Sessions:
Sunday, December 3rd from 11:45a to 12:30p at Yoga on High -- Short North
Wednesday, January 17th from 6:00p to 6:45p at Yoga on High Teacher Training Institute
Sunday, January 21st from 11:45a to 12:30p at Yoga on High Teacher Training Institute

Pranayama Teacher Training with Linda Oshins
This seven-month training involves telephone conference calls every other week, one weekend workshop mid-way through the training, and one weekend workshop at the end. Program kicks off with a choice of phone calls, February 7 or 11, 2018.

Ayurveda Health Educator 1 (2018 March Evening Program)
The evening program is 11-months long from March 10, 2018 -- February 26, 2019. It meets Tuesdays from 6:00p-9:00p and includes three full weekend modules.

Ayurveda Program Free Information Sessions:
December 14, 2017 at 6:30p -- Conference Call
January 13, 2018 from 12:15p to 1:15p at the Yoga on High Teacher Training Institute

300 Hour Teacher Training
1 to 3 Year Customizable Program and Rolling Enrollment
For questions or more information contact: linda@yogaonhigh.com

300 Hr TT Free Information Sessions:
Saturday, January 20th from 2:30p to 3:30p at the Yoga on High Teacher Training Institute

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November Calendar of Events

Schedule Updates:
Sunday 10:15a Kids Yoga with Kristin Deam

November Workshops:
November 3-5 Reiki Level 1 & 2 Intensive with Linda Oshins
November 5 Enso YOFO Tattoo event with Kevin Stress & Curt Everett
November 11-12 Reiki Master Attunement and Teacher Training with Marcia Miller
November 17 Jason Crandell Teacher Day – Sold Out
November 18 -19 Jason Crandell Weekend Workshop
November 23 Sekoia Thanksgiving Day Practice with Jasmine Grace at Yoga on High -- Grandview
November 25 Sekoia Spirit Journey: Dragon with Michele Vinbury

Upcoming Workshops:
December 8-10 Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Training
December 9 & 21 Holiday Restoratives

Series Classes:
11:30a Sundays, starting November 5 6-Week Advanced Ashtanga with Tom Griffith
11:15a Tuesdays, starting November 7 Mommy & Baby @ Step by Step -- Westerville with Janet Braden
4:30p Tuesdays, staring November 7 6-Week Hatha Level 1 & 2 @ All Life Center -- Powell with Melanie Miller
7:00p Tuesdays, starting November 7 Yoga for Runners @ Step by Step -- Westerville with Marcy Freed

Upcoming Teacher Trainings:
Pranayama Teacher Training with Linda Oshins
This seven-month training involves telephone conference calls every other week, one weekend workshop mid-way through the training, and one weekend workshop at the end. Program kicks off with a choice of phone calls, February 7 or 11, 2018.

Ayurveda Health Educator 1 (2018 March Evening Program)
The evening program is 11-months long from March 10, 2018 -- February 26, 2019. It meets Tuesdays from 6:00p-9:00p and includes three full weekend modules.

We invite you to meet us at one of our upcoming free information session.
November 12, 2017 from 5:30p to 6:30p Yoga on High Teacher Training Institute
December 14, 2017 at 6:30p -- Conference Call

200 Hour 9-Month Yoga Teacher Training (2018 March Weekend)
This program starts in March and meets one weekend a month. Additionally, the program includes a weekend orientation session to start the program, a philosophy weekend and a three-day silent retreat to finish.

300 Hour Teacher Training
1 to 3 Year Customizable Program and Rolling Enrollment
For questions or more information contact: linda@yogaonhigh.com

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