Posts Tagged "Lillah Schwartz"

Healing Our Backs with Yoga in Knoxville, TN

Posted by on Aug 10, 2017 in Yoga Events | 0 comments

Healing Our Backs with Yoga in Knoxville, TN

Glowing Body Yoga Studio to Host Lillah Join Lillah for Healing Our Backs with Yoga training in Knoxville, Tennessee. September 8-10 at Glowing Body Yoga Studio. You will: Learn safe, reliable poses for a healthier, stronger back. Come to understand back pain as a healing guide. Experience clear guidance on pose execution. Receive a copy of her new book for free! ($22.95 Value) This weekend includes four sessions – to help you gain control of your back health! These trainings are great for yoga instructors, licensed massage therapists – each of whom can receive continuing 13...

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Yoga at the Vineyard

Posted by on Apr 23, 2017 in Yoga Events | 0 comments

Yoga at the Vineyard

Saturday May 13th • 2:00 pm Join Lillah and the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy for a peaceful yoga session at Addison Farms Vineyard, surrounded by scenic views protected by SAHC. We’ll walk around the Vineyard before an all-level yoga class, absorbing the aroma of blossoming grapevines. Learn breathing techniques to bring your body, heart and mind into coherence with the earth in this session, led by Lillah Schwartz of One Center Yoga. Lillah has been a trailblazer since opening Asheville’s first yoga studio in 1981. After 35 years of teaching and service, she is the first of...

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Yoga Teacher Tips: Addressing Difficult Students (2/2)

Posted by on Mar 17, 2016 in Teaching Tips, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Yoga Teacher Tips: Addressing Difficult Students (2/2)

Continuing on my two-part series: To undergo the healing journey, each person will need to embrace the sensations inside their own bodies and the messages that are hidden within. Learning to recognize and inspire positive change is a powerful gift to give through your yoga teaching practice. You can sign up today for my 2016 Transformation Teacher Training. Step 5 – Guide a challenging student into their body. Ask them to feel and describe their pain, the location of the pain, the color of the pain, the shape, and the texture. Guide them in simple deep breathing with long inhalations...

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Balancing What Sequence?

Posted by on Feb 18, 2016 in Teaching Tips, Yoga Practice Tips | 0 comments

Balancing What Sequence?

It is unclear to me where the practice of performing a long series of standing poses on one leg preceding the other originated. However, from my experience with yoga– taught in the lineage of Krishnamacharya’s Ashtanga revival– I have not experienced that type of asymmetrical pose sequencing. From a body-wisdom point of view, as well as my Iyengar perspective, I would like to suggest that long sequences of standing poses all on one leg then the other (rather than symmetrically addressing both sides of the body for each asana) to be impractical for several reasons. If the goal of...

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Yoga for Back Pain Relief : Therapeutic Yoga

Posted by on Jan 28, 2016 in Yoga Practice Tips | 0 comments

Yoga for Back Pain Relief : Therapeutic Yoga

How did I end up with this pain? Will it ever go away?  What can I do to enhance the healing process?  These are questions more than 50% of visitors to doctors ask when suffering from back pain. As a hard working, busy, active person you may have already asked those questions because you have experienced back pain yourself.  One solution to help enhance relief from back pain is Therapeutic Yoga. When it comes to long term relief an older yet still valid 1987 survey, conducted by Klein & Sobel* and published in Medical Self Care Magazine, yoga ranked at number one.  The survey of 492...

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