YFHA IMMERSIONS

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Yoga for Healthy Aging Immersions
with Baxter Bell and Melina Meza

A Quarter of YFHA
Sept 21-Dec 15, 2022
ongoing community events
Live Streaming Online

Yoga For Healthy Aging 1.0
Oct 7-9 & Nov 11-13, 2022
Live Streaming Online

 

Yoga For Healthy Aging 2.0
Dec 2-4, 2022
Livestreaming Online

with Baxter, Melina and Erin

Fall Quarter of YFHA
Sept 21st-Dec 15th, 2022
Livestreaming Online

If you’ve loved the Yoga for Healthy Aging courses or book, we think you’ll love our new program and being part of an ongoing community of like-minded yogis. We hope you can join us for our fall/winter quarter of enlightening and informative Yoga for Healthy Aging topics to fill and inspire your practice on and off the mat. Our program includes monthly Zoom research-informed presentations and twice-a-month adapted yoga practices for maintaining physical, mental, and emotional wellness; all of which will leave you feeling excited about whatever stage of life you find yourself in.

  • September: Moving Beyond Resiliency to “Thrivancy”

  • October: Woke Bones

  • November: Heart to Heart

  • December: Endings and Beginnings

All classes are recorded and available through January 31, 2022. Sliding scale pricing.

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Yoga For Healthy Aging 1.0
Oct 7-9 & Nov 11-13, 2022
Livestreaming Online

This is the original Yoga for Healthy Aging immersion based on the best-selling book of the same name. Even though the essentials have been part of the immersion since 2015, each year the program grows and changes, making it valuable to new students and even a great refresher course for those who may have taken it in the past! Over the past 3 years, we have successfully offered this training online many times, and you can join us from anywhere in the world.

This program is for students of all ages and levels of experience. (Yoga teachers can receive certification in YFHA via this immersion).

Yoga for Healthy Aging Online Training

Yoga for Healthy Aging 2.0

Dec 2-4, 2022

Livestreaming Online
 

Please join Melina Meza and Baxter Bell and special guest presenter Erin Collins for this new 16-hour immersion where we will dive deeper into the many aspects of aging well. Some of the topics to be covered:

  • Beyond Basic Strength and an Update on the Four Physical Skills

  • Sleep and Nutrition for Healthy Aging – An Ayurvedic Approach

  • Stress and Moving Beyond Fight, Flight or Freeze

  • Immune Boosting with Yoga

  • Living Well: Embracing Mortality and Planning for It

  • Aging Well: Having Grace and Holding Space for Life’s Transitions

  • Dying Well: Meditation on Impermanence

  • And more!!!
     

As with the original Yoga for Healthy Aging 30-hour immersion, there will be a balanced mixture of presentations, yoga-based practices, experiential opportunities, and time for questions. It is recommended that you have either done our 30-hour program, or at the very least have read the book Yoga for Healthy Aging as a launching pad for our time together.

Yoga for Healthy Aging 2.0 Online Training
 
 
 

Here’s what some of the recent students had to say about their experiences with the online YFHA Training:

 

"I think it is very important to mention just how amazing the online class format was. You were in class but had the benefit of being in your own space - so it was very comfortable and conducive to learning. We still felt like we were part of a community and the workshop flowed very smoothly. AND it brought the book YFHA to life.”

 

“The program helped me get unstuck in both physical and mental areas of my life!“

 

“I got tools to face the changes brought on by the Pandemic.”

 

“If you want to be invigorated and excited to teach, I highly recommend Yoga for Healthy Aging Zoom Immersion.  We were given a beautiful blend of yogic scientific/medical perspectives and Ayurveda regarding aging with practical new ideas.”

 

“The immersion has re-invigorated my yoga and stimulated my creativity.”

 

“I can now imagine aging gracefully.”

 

“This is a 5-star training!”

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