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Spring 2020

Spring 2020 Yoga Teacher Training

Weekends starting March 6, 2020: Enrolling now!

Spring 2020 Yoga Teacher Training

If yoga has changed your life and you want to dive deeper into the wisdom of yoga, join our 200-hour Napa Valley Yoga Center Yoga Teacher Training program to become a certified Yoga Alliance yoga teacher. Yoga Teacher Training is fun, challenging, and our students say it is a life-changing experience. You will make good friends. You will grow and learn about yourself in ways you didn’t think possible. If you are thinking now might be the right time for you to do Yoga Teacher Training…it probably is! Enrollment for Spring 2020 Yoga Teacher Training is underway.

Learn more:

Mar - Apr

Meditation Beginners Series with Nichole Golden

Mar. 8 – Apr. 5: A 5-Sunday series, 3pm - 4:15pm

Yogic tradition teaches us that it takes 40 days to establish a new habit. Meditation is one of the most profoundly positive habits that one can incorporate into daily life. Benefits of meditation include the reduction of stress and anxiety, increased self-awareness, enhanced focus, improved sleep, increased compassion, improved mood and so much more.

If you have always wanted to have a meditation practice, or have tried before but weren’t able to get it going, this series for you. This 5-week series is also appropriate for meditators looking to deepen their commitment and learn new approaches.

You will learn tools and techniques to start or strengthen your meditation practice. You will receive support for the challenges and triumphs of this life-changing commitment and will walk away with a meditation practice that you will love and crave.

$100 for all five sessions; no individual session rates or drop-ins.

Yoga Alliance registered yoga teachers: This Meditation series earns 6.25 contact hours of Yoga Alliance approved Continuing Education credits.


Mar 15

Heart Beat Yoga

Sunday, March 15, 10:30am
Regular class fee

Be prepared to move & sweat. 🔥🔥 The primal rhythms of tabla, congo, cajon, & other drums creates a synergy that will take your practice to new heights. It’s yoga combined with the rhythmic balance of live drumming to guide you on a spiritual journey not to be missed. Next Heart Beat Yoga is Sunday, March 15. No extra fee to attend: use your membership, class pack, or single class drop-in!

Mar 21

The History of Yoga Seminar with Zach Beach

Saturday, Mar. 21, 12:30 to 4:30pm

Ever wonder how our modern, studio-based yoga practice evolved from the ancient traditions and texts of the past 3,000 years? Ever thought about the connection between Indian religions, ancient philosophies, and physical practice, or simply why everyone loves to “Om” so much?

Join us for The History of Yoga, a comprehensive 4-hour seminar designed to expand your understanding of the richness and complexity of the yoga tradition. Zach Beach is a best-selling author and highly sought-after yoga teacher who leads trainings around the world, with a Masters degree in East-West Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies.

Together we’ll cover:

  • The fascinating roots of yoga, and how it has all evolved into the yoga we know today
  • An examination of critical yogic texts (The Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutras, Hatha Yoga Pradipika and more).
  • The ways yoga has transformed over time, from devotional ritual, concentration-based meditation, energetic cultivation, to embodied physical practice
  • How to bring this incredible lineage into your own practice

We’ll use a myriad of learning techniques to ground our new understanding, including lecture, discussion, reflection, meditation, asana practice, chanting, and more. This seminar is suitable for beginners to advanced practitioners. Handouts will be provided, bring a pen for notes, and an open mind.

Yoga Alliance registered yoga teachers: This seminar earns 4 contact hours of Yoga Alliance approved Continuing Education credits.


Apr 4

Why Yoga Works: Demystifying the Subtle Body

Saturday, Apr. 4, 1:30pm to 4:30pm

Awareness heals. The way to own your yoga practice is to understand it. In this workshop, we’ll explore somatics (mind-body integration) to break through the mystique that surrounds yoga, integrating modern science with traditional yogic teachings. In this comprehensive 3-hour workshop, you will:

  • develop awareness of your own mind-body system and leave with a body map of how common groups of postures inform your physical and energetic body.
  • learn which postures ground you, and how to handle postures that trigger you.
  • challenge what it means to have an advanced yoga practice.
  • develop a practical toolkit to guide your practice and increase your intuition.

This workshop will feature in-depth lecture, asana practice, meditation, and breathwork. You have the power to unleash the healing potential of yoga!

Anne Seveska holds an MA in Clinical Psychology and is a practicing Somatic Therapist as well as a certified yoga teacher. Diana Eisiminger is a Napa Valley Yoga Center yoga teacher and holistic health coach.

Yoga Alliance registered yoga teachers: This seminar earns 3 contact hours of Yoga Alliance approved Continuing Education credits.


Apr 18

Ayurveda Symposium

Saturday, Apr. 18, 2:30pm to 4:30pm

Ayurveda is the ancient Indian system of healing and wellness. This traditional science of self-care supports each individual’s healing power, recognizing his or her strengths and imbalances.  It empowers you to manifest physical, psychological, and nutritional change through remedies and treatments geared to your specific constitution (your Doshic makeup). If you’ve been curious to learn more about Ayurveda, this is your chance. Tony Howell is a Napa Valley Yoga Center yoga teacher with certification in Ayurvedic Clinical Foundations from the Dhyana Center.

  • Discover your own Ayurvedic Dosha… hint: it may be more than one!
  • Learn specific healing methods, yoga poses, breath techniques, and foods for your Dosha, to promote health.
  • Ask questions about Ayurveda in this fast-paced interactive learning format, and receive handouts to further your education.
  • BONUS! Enjoy delicious vegetarian dishes tuned to each Dosha, prepared by Chef Peter Hall

Apr 24

Karma: Liberating Our Past

Friday, Apr. 24, 7:30pm to 9:30pm

In this seminar with Courtney Willis, we will be exploring our inherited past while forgiving ourselves and others who have contributed to our present. The seminar will involve short meditations, journaling, and time for open discussion. All are welcome.

This seminar is no cost, and all donations (suggested donation $10) will go to Milestones of Development, providing comprehensive quality services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.