2017 SAN FRANCISCO Intensives

Your Brain on Yoga

May 6-7

15Hrs Yoga Alliance CEUs

The Nervous System & Yoga Asana

The brain is the control station of the body, controlling all mental and physical processes. In this workshop, you’ll learn how the brain sends and receives messages to and from the body. Understanding these interactions, and how the movements and poses of yoga asana relate to them, helps you understand yoga’s deeper effects on long-term health and preventative wellness. Exercise, proper diet, and positive attitude all benefit body and mind. Another part of wellness is happiness. Yoga is a unique art and science that can help both health and happiness.


Sat - Sun : May 6-7

Tuition $285 Full Workshop; $175 per Day

Early Bird 4/19/17 $250

Provides 15 Yoga Alliance CEU Hours, including Practicum

Saturday, May 6

Sunday, May 7

Practicum – Online


Know Your Knees: Love Your Joints & Avoid Injury

$55 – Provides 3 Elective Contact Hours for Yoga Alliance® CEUs

Saturday, April 1



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Strong Legs: Healthy & Happy Hamstring

$55 – Provides 2.5 Elective Contact Hours for Yoga Alliance® CEUs

Saturday, April 22



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100 Hr Restorative & Prevention Yoga Training

Yoga Bloom 100-Hr Prevention & Restorative Yoga is the first Specialty Certification of its kind. This is a 100 Hour Yoga Certification Program, with a comprehensive curriculum of Restorative Yoga and Prevention Yoga techniques. This in-depth specialty program breaks down Restorative Yoga theory, practice and implementation. Modules focus on mentorship and personal development as a teacher and practitioner.

Spring Class Series - Yoga Bloom WEST

Alignment Yoga

A monthly series for experienced students looking to deepen their practice, and facilitate growth on all levels: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.Yoga Bloom Classes are educational and practical study for those who want deeper understanding beyond asana. Becoming an authentic yogi is a process that relies on experience, maturity, self-exploration, and reflection.

This series is for students who have a solid understanding of basic postures and expected to know how to manage their own limitations.

Thursdays 6:30p-8:00p

Anatomy & Alignment

This series is an exploration of yoga as movement science, examining basic biomechanical principles for efficiency, injury prevention and teaching strategies. Students do not have to be young or athletic or flexible, as Yoga can be adopted and modified to students of any age and physical condition. You are encouraged to develop your own home practice, as a mirror to look from within.

Saturdays: 10:30a-12:30p

Sundays: 1:30p-3:30p

April 1, 2; May 6, 7

Yoga for Stressful Times

This is a series of practice in this difficult political climate – small classes to support us with community, connections and yoga asana. Classes are a combination of active and passive poses, along with time for relaxation and meditation. The combination of breath, movement and mindful attention will provide a way to cope with difficult situations.

Anxiety, Depression and Grief are discussed, and how to integrate yoga  as a tool to help. These tools can become lifesavers of self care and survival.

Sundays 6:30p-8:00p