8/22 & 8/23 The Yoga of Relationships
August 22 @ 12:30 pm - August 23 @ 5:45 pm$299
This Course is Open to All Students: August 22 – 23rd, 2020
Relationships can serve as a primary source of suffering or joy. This intensive will give students an in-depth study of yogic philosophy and how it applies to relationships. Yoga is about transformation. As we learn to improve communication, we are empowered, and we begin to change. As we interact with others, this change can start to permeate the lives of others.
If Your Relationships are Improving, Your Practice is Working – TKV Desikachar
By understanding the Yamas, one of the eight limbs of yoga philosophy, we can find the direct applications of these teachings to our relationships and use this knowledge to upgrade them. We will focus on how to assess relationship issues, ask clarifying questions, and integrate appropriate practices to cultivate sattvic (balanced) relationships.
- Saturday, 8/22 12:30 – 6:30pm
- Sunday, 8/23 12:00 – 5:00pm
- $299, included in 300 HR Autopay
Ashley Arroliga, C-IAYT, RYT-500, views yoga as a healing art. She completed her 200 HR, 300 HR, and Yoga Therapist trainings here at Be the Change Yoga. Ashley has a great love of holistic healing methods. She has a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Thomas Edison State University, and loves combining this background with the Yoga Sutras in practice.
Ashley teaches all levels of yoga, from therapeutic practices to intermediate vinyasa and hatha flow classes. She specializes in yoga for anxiety and stress management, has designed programs for first responders, children, and seniors, and is passionate about working with pregnant mothers. She is a Viniyoga practitioner, meeting her students where they are and designing practices specific to their needs. She builds strong connections with her students and loves taking on private clients to delve deeper into the many tools yoga offers.
Kelsey Delane, E-RYT500, is a Yoga Mentor & Reiki Master who guides fellow Yogis & Yoga Teachers toward more sustained joy using time-tested, practical tools. She is especially enthusiastic about teaching the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali through one on one mentorship, online platforms and in-person workshops. Kelsey also shares her love of Yoga by training upcoming teachers throughout Orange County, and working with teen girls through UPLIFT Yoga Foundation.
Kelsey has over 1000 hours of formal training ranging from power yoga to trauma informed yoga which equip her with a wide range of tools for meeting her students where they are in the journey. She believes that the key to optimal health is balance, and strives to live this out in the way she cares for her body, mind and relationships. When she is not teaching or practicing Yoga, you’ll find Kelsey curled up with a book alongside her husband, two daughters and sweet pup, Cooper.