Fluid Yoga


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Boston, MA, United States

Types of Yoga Taught

Flow Yoga

Spiritually-Oriented Yoga

Gentle Yoga

Trainings Formats

spread out over time

Weekends only

several, shorter immersions

Destination / retreat



About Fluid Yoga

Intelligent by Design, Fluid by Nature. Fluid: is a substance that continually flows under an applied stress; smooth, flowing, graceful. Fluid is not a style, it is a recognition of life as ever changing, flowing from one moment to the next. It’s a way of life. Fluid Modules...

Intelligent by Design, Fluid by Nature. Fluid: is a substance that continually flows under an applied stress; smooth, flowing, graceful. Fluid is not a style, it is a recognition of life as ever changing, flowing from one moment to the next. It’s a way of life. Fluid Modules Fluid Body – an approach to movement that allows for freedom and exploration while aligning the body in a safe and efficient manner. Unlike a mechanical or precision based alignment, this approach of movement honors the dynamic nature of the yoga practice and keeps the body safe without disrupting the flow. With simplicity in mind, Fluid Body provides students and teachers with easy methods for understanding safe alignment. Acknowledging that the safest alignment starts within the mind, you will learn how to listen carefully to your own body to make the intuitive adjustments that your body needs in the present moment. Fluid Mind – Is it possible to become happier and more content by letting go of fear, craving and attachment? Fluid Mind infuses a Tibetan Buddhist approach to mind training to help us become more present and adaptable to change, and ultimately discover a happier way of living. In this module, we will learn the science behind mind training, the four foundations of practice, and meditations including: shamata, loving kindness and tong-len. Additionally, we will explore the benefits of yoga nidra (yogi sleep) and deep relaxation exercises. Fluid Spirit – We often think of life as static snapshots that are put together to form a bigger picture but in reality the nature of life is flowing from one moment to the next. Since life is fluid, we would all benefit from discovering a state of mind that allows us to move with the forces of nature instead of against them. Fluid Living teaches us to move effortlessly through life in a way that creates happiness within ourselves and spreads to those around us. This module uses experiential learning and real world examples while drawing on the ancient Tibetan yogic philosophies such as the Six Paramitas as outlined The Bodhisattva’s Way of Living. Fluid Teaching Fluid Teaching recognizes that teaching, like life, is a dynamic and moving experience and that each of us has something unique and special to offer. Our approach to teaching provides you with the tools needed to become a great teacher and bring the best of your experiences, talents and offerings to light. In this training you will learn: Sequencing, Cueing, Art of Assisting, Anatomy, Elements of a great class, Postural breakdowns, Living the teachings, Business of Yoga...and much more! Additionally, you will join a strong community of like minded teachers who will support you every step along the way. The relationships you form will last a lifetime!

First Registered February 2012


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  • 5 out of 5
    By: Anna Deitz Aug 26, 2021
    Training Program held on Nov 06, 2020—Apr 25, 2021


Yoga Alliance Registry’s Yoga Therapy Policy in its directory was announced on Jan 25, 2016. Prior to that date, reviews may have contained such references to yoga therapy. Yoga Alliance Registry will not alter the content of preexisting reviews to bring them into compliance with its new policy. Any use of "yoga therapy" terms in a review, however, does not imply that Yoga Alliance Registry sets standards for instruction in yoga therapy techniques or other methods of diagnosing or treating a mental or physical injury or illness, nor that the RYS or RYT designation may be relied on as a qualification for working as a "yoga therapist" or for training others in "yoga therapy" methods.

First Registered February 2012

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Total Reviews: 261

By Abigail Rioux RYT® 200

Oct 21, 2021

Wonderful program that truly gives a well rounded experience beyond the physicality of teaching! Full Review

By Cherry Baker RYT® 200

Oct 18, 2021

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Teaching Staff

Jennifer Frey

E-RYT® 500, YACEP®

Kevan Gale

E-RYT® 500

Jennifer Howell

E-RYT® 500, YACEP®

Alyson Pollard Alyson Pollard

E-RYT® 500

Betty Riaz - The Five Clouds

E-RYT® 500, YACEP®

Sarah Spiegel

E-RYT® 500, YACEP®

Jamie Villanueva

E-RYT® 500, YACEP®

Alicia Molloy

E-RYT® 500, YACEP®

Kate Sullivan

RYT® 500, RCYT®

All Teaching Staff (9)

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