We are thrilled to have BOTH Professor Douglas Brooks and Noah Maze join us again for our annual Winter Yoga Fest!
DatesJanuary 31-February 2 2020
Friday, January 31st
2:30-5pm Asana | 6-9pm Lecture
Saturday, February 1st
12-3pm Lecture | 3:30-6pm Asana
Sunday, February 2nd
10:30-1pm Asana | 2-5pm Lecture
Complete participation is strongly recommended. However, life events and circumstances sometimes take priority, and we are as flexible and reasonable as we can be with our students. Makeup options are available. Please see our Makeup Policy for more information.
This year our focus will be Tantric Ganesha. Noah will be offering the asana portion to keep your body vibrant, as Douglas pours beautiful teachings into your heart and mind. This special gathering kicks off our 2020 year, and is truly a time not to be missed! All levels welcome, pre-registration required.
- 1 year of yoga practice recommended
- No prior teaching experience required
- Stiffness and injuries OK
- Willingness to participate in a group process
- Ability to give and receive feedback skillfully
- Dedication, motivation and self directed studentship
“I would definitely recommend this program, and I already have. It was top notch in quality and quantity of material, as well as in support and openness and communication. Noah’s unique experience has produced an unparalleled leader, facilitator, and guide. Lessons learned in our training modules have extended far beyond the scope of yoga into life and relating to others in a more effective manner. I received SO MUCH, this training goes above and beyond for any student wanting to deepen their skills, gain confidence, and reach a new level of mastery in yoga.”
“Noah is inspiring and exhibits an unparalleled mastery of teaching. For some time now, I have been contemplating the notion, “be impeccable with your word.” I tried to think of people who embody this and would often come up empty until I met Noah. Noah is careful with his words, exhibits accuracy, accountability, and thoughtful articulation. These are important qualities in an effective leader. When Noah speaks, people listen – and they take it to heart. Along with that, he also embodies creativity, playfulness, humor, sensitivity, and ardor. All of these qualities make for a very well-rounded, inspiring leader and I feel honored to have received guidance and to have learned such a great deal, not just about yoga, but about life.”