Monthly Archives: October 2017

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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Gratitude Guru Heart Opening Flow by Lara Falberg

Lara Falberg Heart Opening SequenceGratitude Guru Heart Opening SequenceA simple, effective, accessible, and lovely way to begin the practice from a perspective of gratitude and not taking anything for granted.

  • Begin in Supta Baddha Konasana, propped. Turn three-part breath into a gratitude practice. Fill the belly with gratitude for the fullness of your life, the ability to draw breath, and sustenance to sustain life. Fill the ribs that protect our hearts with love for everyone around you and love for yourself. Fill the chest with even more oxygen and feel the burst of gratitude for the life you’ve created and all the loving thoughts, ideas, and creations an oxygen-rich brain can develop. Let it out just as slowly, giving yourself permission to release old stories that aren’t true and don’t position you towards gratitude.

Cat/Cow, lingering anywhere that feels especially good, mentally saying the words ‘thank-you’ for the way your body will move and the space you’re creating

  • Child’s Pose. If the knees are wide, take the opportunity to melt your heart towards the earth, saying thank-you for the support. If knees together, saying thank you to your legs for support and for working so well on your behalf.
  • Supported Virasana. Place the hands behind the head with the thumbs supporting the stem of your neck, offering yourself support and your lungs a chance to billow more openly. Say thank-you to all the people in your life and environments that offer so much enrichment.

For more gratitude practices this month, find the full list here.

 

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