Continuing Education Units (CEU's)

All CEU Workshops are designed for yoga teachers and/or anyone who would like to broaden their knowledge and resources in the art of movement and teaching Yoga.  All workshops are Yoga Alliance approved for 12 units and come with a certificate of completion to submit to YA. 


Trainings Available for CEU's

Hours are based on 12 Continuing Education Units (CEU's):

Saturday 11 – 4:30pm

Sunday 11 – 4:30pm



Yoga & The Endocrine System

This workshop will cover

  • What is the endocrine system?

  • Why is yoga good for the endocrine system?

  • How does the nervous system effects the endocrine system?

  • How can we regulate our hormone and nervous system?

  • Why is the endocrine system so important to keeping our body healthy?

  • Key components and technique to embody the endocrine system.

  • How to regulate the autonomic nervous system.

  • The importance and function of the vagus nerve.

  • Yoga exercises to strengthen the vagus nerve.

  • The importance of your health through Yoga Nidra.

  • How Yoga Nidra is connected to the endocrine system. 

  • The difference between Yoga Nidra and Meditation.

  • Why Yoga Nidra and Meditation are important in balancing your hormones.


Partner/Acro Yoga

Practicing with a partner is a wonderful way to do yoga as both yogis are fully engaged in the experience.  Partners rely on each other to maintain balance, alignment and focus. This is a great way to heighten connection and trust with someone, enhance communication (verbal and non-verbal) as well as be open to having fun and full faith in each other for support. We touch and are touched by others. We use touch in order to receive and increase our awareness of each other, and to open ourselves to greater depths in our body and mind. Leverage and kinesthetic awareness heighten our body’s ability to practice, making it possible to go deeper into poses with less effort.


Ayurveda:  Yoga’s Sister Science

Learn how to see yourself from an Ayurvedic perspective by using principles through which Ayurveda views the universe. These Ayurveda basics are foundational tools for:

- Interpreting the laws of nature

- Identifying various states of health or imbalance

- Charting a course toward improved well-being

- Examining these core principles will also help illustrate what makes Ayurveda such a timeless  art and science.

 This workshop will cover the 3 Doshas of your Ayurvedic Body Types including: vata, pitta, and kapha. The doshas, or some combination of them, can be identified in various seasons, climates, landscapes, activities, plants, and animals. Each of them embodies a combination of elements and qualities to create a functional entity—an energetic force of nature.

An overview of the five elements as the fundamental building blocks of nature: Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Ether (Space)

Workshop begins with a cooking class for kitcheri and eating a meal together (along with 10 healthy ayurvedic recipes).


photos of Varanasi (Ganga) and Khajaraho, India