Ruidoso & Santa Fe, New Mexico Yoga Teacher Training, Studios, Retreat Centers
Our New Mexico Yoga Teacher Training and centers in Santa Fe, NM and Ruidoso, NM combine traditional yoga practice with principles of fascial release and bio-mechanical re-patterning in a range of hatha yoga styles. It is my joy to bring a transformational experience and therapeutic benefits to our students, in a sacred setting. We will not turn anyone away due to an inability to pay. We fund scholarships to assist deserving candidates to pay for Yoga Teacher Training & Certifications. CURRENT CLASSES
As a "60-something" woman, with total ACL loss from a skiing injury, through yoga practice I've not only recovered - but also have cultivated a better physical condition than when I was 30. Even with my limitation which was not surgically corrected, I have a robust, pain-free athletic lifestyle. Yoga has been a personal blessing to me and I lead our studio, school and my classes from awe at the body's ability to recover under the right conditions, and from a deep gratitude to my teachers, yogic partners and our students.
FOUNDER: Ruidoso Buddha Yoga Studio & Yoga Teacher Training, School of Yogic Arts, Santa Fe Yoga Retreat Center. CREDENTIALS: E-RYT 200, YACEP #27953, Yoga Alliance School RYS #154144. AUTHOR: Yoga Ancient Wisdom, No Fear Yoga. TRANSMISSIONS DALAI LAMA: Kalachakra 2004; Bodhisattva Vows 2003. TRAINING: 5 Mindfulness Trainings/Thich Nhat Hahn 2000; Paramahansa Yogananda 1975; David Williams 1976, Sadie Nardini CSV 2014. EDUCATOR: Created the Yoga Alliance RYT 200 Yoga Teacher Training "Fascia Stretch Track" Curriculum:
NEW MEXICO RYT 200 YOGA TEACHER TRAINING CURRICULUM
FASCIAL STRETCH TRACK RYT 200 YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
Our New Mexico Yoga Teacher Training program was designed by director and E-RYT lead instructor, Marianne Mohr to educate teacher trainees on yoga physiology, fascia and bio-mechanical patterning. Fascia is the connective tissue or "scaffolding network" that wraps internal structures, muscles & organs in the human body. It can become restricted due to injury, overuse, trauma, aging decline or inactivity. Fascial dysfunction results in pain, muscle tension, diminished blood flow and reduced health. Myofascial release through Fascia Stretch Yoga, improves these dysfunctions, deepens yoga practice and stimulates the body to restore health. Other physiological factors of a range of connective tissue which affect yoga function and benefits are covered in the comprehensive curriculum.