Yatri: Yoga for Emotional Healing Training with Reema Datta

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Transform Destructive Emotions and Thought Patterns
Through Movement, Meditation, and Wisdom rooted in Indian and Tibetan Yoga

Yatri- Yoga for Emotional Healing™ begins with understanding how our thought patterns and emotions affect our mental and physical well-being.  Through Yatri, we move through kleshas, a Sanskrit word meaning “mind poisons.” Antidotes for anger, anxiety, attachment, depression, loneliness and fear are taught through practices rooted in Indian and Tibetan Yoga.

Yatri is a holistic program based on 12 foundational principles, which are practiced together to experience a peace that is lasting and a happiness that is stable and sustainable. The foundations include wisdom, motivation, personal responsibility, tribe,  accountability, thoughts, communication, movement, meditation, nutrition and art.  www.yatriyoga.com.

In this three-day training, expect creative sequencing inspired by yoga asana and Indian dance, transformative meditations rooted in Tibetan and Indian Yoga, communication exercises blending modern psychotherapies and eastern philosophy, and teachings focused on conquering kleshas.

Module One
20 hour YA Certified Training, CE Credits May Be Applied

For yoga students and teachers, mental health practitioners, therapists, coaches and health care professionals.

Dates + Times:
Friday, September 22nd, 6:00pm-9:00pm
Saturday, September 23rd, 11:00am-7:00pm
Sunday, September 24th, 8:00am-5:00pm
Early Bird Rate*: $475 (paid by September 8th, 2017) | Regular Tuition: $575*

*10% of the proceeds from this training will benefit Exhale to Inhale to enable us to bring yoga to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Reema Datta is an Indian-American teacher, speaker, humanitarian, author and musician who has dedicated her life to offering yoga as a holistic practice leading to healing and lasting peace.

Community Candlelight yoga class Sunday Night @ Naam Yoga 9/24

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Naam has joined with Exhale to Inhale to provide special donation based community classes every Sunday evening.  Proceeds from these community classes will be donated to Exhale to Inhale and will help us bring the healing and grounding practice of yoga to women who can most benefit, but wouldn't otherwise have access.

Every class will be lead by a guest teacher from our community. Guest teachers come from diverse backgrounds and approach class with their own unique style and philosophy.


Join guest Teacher Melissa Jeng - September 24th @ 7pm 

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Hi Yogis! My name is Melissa Jeng. I work as a technology consultant AND teach yoga - seemingly different worlds, but together they offer me the perfect balance. I teach a moving vinyasa flow, focusing on alignment, spirituality, and how to integrate it all into your life. You’ll feel inspired, invigorated, and properly warmed for each class. I hope to motivate the “can-do” attitude in you and show you how to achieve the work-life balance that you are meant to live!


Every Sunday Night @ 7pm
Naam Yoga
141 West 72nd Street
Suite 1  NYC

Don't like yoga? Move for Meaning By Cycling Instead

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SoulCycle October 1st @ 2pm

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Join us on Sunday October 1st at 2pm at SoulCycle Union Square as we workout as a community. Strengthen your body and your mind as you support the mission of Exhale to Inhale.

 

We are thrilled to partner with SoulCycle again this October as we kick off our Move for Meaning campaign in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness month. Purchase your ticket, bring your friends, let's do this, together.

We will assign you a bike but please email with any preference! Shoes & water are included in your ticket purchase. Class starts at 2pm so plan to arrive by 1:30pm / 1:45pm!

Any questions? Email us at info@exhaletoinhale.org.

FUNdraising class with Samara Andrade!

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Join Exhale to Inhale and instructor Samara Andrade at the Athleta Studio in Flatiron on Wednesday October 4th for a donation based yoga class. Enjoy an energizing and grounding yoga practice designed to strengthen, inspire, and empower. While you're feeling good you'll be doing good, since all proceeds from this class will support Exhale to Inhale! Your participation will help us bring the healing practice of yoga to even more survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

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Samara Andrade is a 200-hour E-RYT and Yoga Tune Up© integrated teacher and movement educator. She has been teaching yoga for over eight years in New York, Sudan, Nepal, Switzerland, and Afghanistan and has trained with experts in in biomechanics, embodied anatomy and trauma-informed yoga. Samara’s classes have a focus on alignment and balance, maintaining a connection between the body, mind, and breath as she carefully guides students through dynamic and creative sequences. She infuses the physical practice with breath-work, gratitude, mindfulness and meditation techniques. Her classes are designed to support and empower students to re-discover an innate awareness with their bodies and re-pattern a stronger foundation. She currently teaches at public studios in Brooklyn and NY as well as for United Nations staff, veterans and domestic violence survivors. Samara is co-founder Feet on the Ground (www.feet-on-the-ground.com), an organization which supports individuals and communities affected by trauma in building resilience from within through the breath and movement of yoga and the Aid Worker Wellness Directory. She holds a M.A. in International Policy Studies from the Middlebury Institute for International Studies at Monterey. More info on her website: www.yogamara.org

Athleta Flatiron Studio
October 4th, 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Move for Meaning w/Sarah Finger @ ISHTA 10/6

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Yogiraj Sarah Finger is donating funds from her following two classes to bring awareness to domestic violence and provide the healing benefits of yoga to women who could most benefit from the practice of yoga, yet wouldn't otherwise have access.  

  • Signature Sweat & Samadhi class @ 4pm on October 6th
  • Intermediate @ 11am on October 7th 

Show your support for survivors of domestic & sexual violence by coming to practice! 

October 6th @ 4pm
October 7th @ 11am
ISHTA Yoga
56 East 11th Street
(between University & Broadway)
New York, NY, 10003
212-598-4800

Move for Meaning w/Jodie Rufty @ YogaWorks Soho 10/6

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Join Exhale to Inhale and Jodie Rufty @ YogaWorks SOHO!

We're so happy that our friends at YogaWorks SOHO have decided to host two separate MOVE FOR MEANING classes in support of Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October.

We are so grateful to our YogaWorks family for their continued support!

This class combines gentle slow flow yoga, breath and meditation to work out the kinks and invite awareness inwards. We'll finish with simple restorative poses and, of course, a long expansive savasana. Enjoy benefits that stay with you through the weekend!

While you're feeling good you'll be doing good, since all proceeds from this class will support Exhale to Inhale! Your participation will help us bring the healing practice of yoga to even more survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

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Jodie Rufty is the Manager of Trainer Development for YogaWorks in New York City. She has been teaching yoga and training teachers worldwide for nearly two decades and is coauthor of The Art of Yoga Sequencing. Jodie has studied with incredible teachers including Alan Finger, Alison West, Ana Forrest, Desikachar, Eric Schifmann, Lisa Walford, Rodney Yee & Shiva Rea. She received her Master level Attunement and Certification to Reiki, is a Prema Birthing Practitioner, as well as a Rising Star and More Truth Will Set You Free teacher. Jodie resides in NYC where she continues to study, practice and teach. Jodie believes these incredible tools and gifts are given to help us access and open the channels within, so we can awaken to the luminous Spirit and Truth that resides in us all.  Learn more www.awakeningtothetruthofyoga.com

October 6th @ 6:30pm AND October 20th @ 6:30
YogaWorks Soho
459 Broadway
New York, NY, 10013

Move for Meaning w/Sarah Finger @ ISHTA 10/7

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Yogiraj Sarah Finger is donating funds from her following two classes to bring awareness to domestic violence and provide the healing benefits of yoga to women who could most benefit from the practice of yoga, yet wouldn't otherwise have access.  

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  • Signature Sweat & Samadhi class @ 4pm on October 6th
  • Intermediate @ 11am on October 7th 

Show your support for survivors of domestic & sexual violence by coming to practice! 

October 6th @ 4pm
October 7th @ 11am
ISHTA Yoga
56 East 11th Street
(between University & Broadway)
New York, NY, 10003
212-598-4800

Move For Meaning with Tara & Theresa @ Anahata 10/12

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Anahata (अनाहत) is the heart chakra, and it symbolizes love, empathy, selflessness and devotion. Its power and magnitude inspires us to love, be compassionate, altruistic and to accept divine actions. When acting from our heart, we make decisions based upon our higher self, not on the unfulfilled emotions and desires of our lower nature.

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Thursday October 12th from 6:00pm-7:00pm

Two chances to create the strongest version of yourself inside and out - 10/16

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[solidcore] is on a serious mission to help you create the strongest version of yourself inside and out!  

Proceeds from both the 12:00pm and 7:30pm classes on 10/16 will benefit Exhale to Inhale.

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[solidcore] is unlike any workout you’ve ever done before. It’s a high-intensity, low-impact 50-minute session that is done as slow as possible to lengthen and tone your body. Don’t let the slow fool you… it’s hard. You can expect a full–body session using controlled movements on a resistance-based machine to work your slow and fast-twitch muscles to the point of failure. The body can then work to repair the ripped muscles, which is when they become leaner, longer and stronger – creating noticeable tone and definition in the body. With countless variations of moves stemming from planks, lunges and squats, your body and mind will be challenged in each and every class. Please watch our 90-second video to learn more about our workout.

Move for Meaning with Melissa at Sacred Water 10/16

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Join Melissa Lomax for yoga @ Sacred Water & move for meaning!

This class will be a 60 minute vinyasa yoga class with singing bowls, sage, palo santo, meditation and good vibes. Recommended for anyone. Slow to mid-paced class. Hands-on-assist will be part of the experience (option to say no is always there).

Melissa Lomax

Melissa is a Certified 200hr Vinyasa and Trauma Informed Yoga Instructor in New York City. Yoga became an important part of her life in 2009 after a long battle with depression. Upon discovering yoga and its healing benefits, Melissa dove deep into the practice and finally decided to bring her new found love to others by going through a 200hr Vinyasa Teacher Training in 2015. Melissa hopes to share her love for yoga and music in her classes and inspire others.  Learn more at www.stardust-yoga.com

Move for Meaning w/Caitlin Casella @ YogaWorks Soho 10/20

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Join Exhale to Inhale and Caitlin Casella for Friday Night Savasana Club!

This class combines self-massage, gentle slow flow yoga, breath and meditation to work out the kinks and invite awareness inwards. We'll finish with simple restorative poses and, of course, a long expansive savasana. Enjoy benefits that stay with you through the weekend!

While you're feeling good you'll be doing good, since all proceeds from this class will support Exhale to Inhale! Your participation will help us bring the healing practice of yoga to even more survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

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Caitlin Casella (E-RYT500) is a YogaWorks certified teacher and trainer for YogaWorks 200 and 500 hour programs. She empowers students with tools to organize the body, fosters a safe practice for those recovering from injury, and builds a solid platform for healthy practice. caitlincasella.com

October 20th @ 6:30pm
YogaWorks Soho
459 Broadway
New York, NY, 10013