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CE Workshop | Self-Regulation, Part 1: Dissecting Detachment

August 23, 2022, 12pm ET


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About This Workshop

Lean into the wisdom from The Bhagavad Gita to implement emotional, physical, and cognitive self-regulation tools to improve your daily life both as a teacher and student. This three-part series on self-regulation will begin by exploring how to create a healthy foundation of detachment which in turn can support you in building a thriving physical, personal, and professional life of non-attachment.

In this workshop, you'll learn:

  • The meaning of detachment and how you can apply this concept in your daily life
  • How to introduce detachment as a yoga teacher and connect it with poses and meditation
  • Why you don't need to be a scholar to teach yoga philosophy

Recommended Reading for Workshop

  1. Bhagavad Gita by Stephen Mitchell — this is the translation that will be used to lead discussion
  2. Potential self-regulatory

About the Presenters

Cristal is a mom, studio founder, accountant and respected as a teacher’s teacher with her love of strategic sequencing blended with soulful inquiry to awaken your best self. She specializes in beginners to advanced practices, fertility yoga, pre/post natal yoga, birth loss & chronic illness groups. As a member of the NJ Yoga Collective Advisory Council, she is lending her voice in the actionable ways to improve diversity, accessibility and accountability in our yoga community.

Pooja is a mom, studio founder, author, MBA/MPH and known for her love of philosophy. She specializes in yoga & meditation for babies through teens, meditation and philosophy. Through philosophy, her goal is to masterfully detail the texts of yoga tradition in a digestible way and guide students to create a modern actionable plan from all of the sage advice. As a yoga educator, Pooja often leads Kids Yoga Teacher Training programs in local schools for staff and teachers.

The Sharma sisters bring their 20+ years of teaching experience and lifelong learnings to their personalized RYS Teacher Training programs, retreats, classes and workshops. You can join them and bring the studio experience right to your home with their newly launched online membership, Soul Power Yoga at Home. Enjoy a growing library of classes plus weekly live classes and more to come in Ayurveda, Philosophy and Motherhood.


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