Gentle Yoga Immersion

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This training is designed for new and experienced yoga teachers, health professionals and anyone working within a healing profession.

The training will cover through lecture, demonstration, partnered exercises and practice-teaching how to bring Gentle Yoga to your clients and students.  

This training will allow participants to learn the roles of the nervous system and the subtle energy body in relation to the relaxation effect. Participants will learn how to guide students into the postures in a way that will fully support and nurture.

Upon completion, participants will be able to create, guide, and practice a customized Gentle Yoga practice for themselves and others.

Yoga teachers will receive 13 CEU credit hours to submit to Yoga Alliance. 

Dates and Times:

TBD

Contact the studio for upcoming dates

Cost:

Pre-Registration:  $275
Cost of training: $325

Bring:

 A Notebook and a  camera (can be your phone) 

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Meet Our Teachers

Bridget Rawls Peterson

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 Bridget Rawls Peterson, E-PRYT 500, began her yoga practice in college in North Carolina as a compliment to her dance training. She had been a technically trained dancer for her entire life and the power poses really challenged her in a way her body had never been challenged before. When she obtained her BA in Dance Education, she began teaching movement to people of all ages and physical abilities, incorporating many of the yoga poses she had learned into her teachings. She found a fun way to bring poses to children, a way to challenge professional dancers, and even a gentle way to bring movement to the elderly using yoga. When Bridget moved to NYC to pursue her professional dance career, she kept connected to her yoga training and began to explore more into the many styles of yoga. Bridget quickly attached herself to the Vinyasa style because of the similarity to dance it holds. It is a fluid approach to the traditional yoga poses she had begun to love. The precise attention to alignment and breath also helped her to connect deeper to movement within her performing and choreography. While choreographing and performing with a small dance company, Bridget attended the 200-hour certification program at Om Yoga Center in New York City under the direction of Cyndi Lee. While there she began to delve more into meditation and Buddhist spiritual studies as well. She also obtained her Prenatal Certification while studying at Om Yoga under Janice Clarfield. Bridget also completed her 500-hour Yoga Teaching Certification at Om Yoga Center, including her Restorative and Pranayama certifications. She holds her Yin Certification through Wake Up Yoga under the direction of Corinna Benner, her Meditation Certification through Cyndi Lee and David Nichtern and completed her Kids Yoga Certification through Karma Kids Yoga in NYC. After teaching in NYC for a time, Bridget moved out of the concrete mountains and into the beautiful scenic landscape of Rockland County. Bridget is the owner and founder of Lucky Elephant Yoga and Wellness in New City, NY where she hopes to inspire her students to see the beauty and joy that is around them and within them through breath and movement.