This is a time of year when many of us struggle with finding our place in connection. We sometimes struggle with family connections, expectations, triggers and find ourselves losing our sense of self. And yet, we so desperately want to connect authentically to those around us. The very web of community that sometimes hurts and triggers, is also necessary for us to survive as humans. How can we learn to connect to the web of community in way that we can stay true to ourselves?
Who in this day and age has not dealt with chronic tension in some part of the body — be that in the hips, neck, shoulders, jaw, gut, or back? With the fast-paced lifestyle that our generation tends to lead, we are so very often close to or in overwhelm: physically and emotionally. Core beliefs were created during our very early experiences and unconsciously define how we respond to and see the world. What does it take to live our lives more in Balance and Integrity with everything and everyone around us? What does it take to walk the Earth in Freedom and Beauty — in a way that is emotionally and physically pain free and in peace with our surroundings?
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It provides an opportunity to continue developing your Forrest Yoga teaching skills and building on the personal transformation initiated during the Foundation Training. Sandra and Sita will support your personal and professional development into becoming an excellent teacher and offer guidance on how to continue your journey to become a higher level Forrest Yoga teacher. The program includes two four-day workshops, four bridge calls, and ongoing support with homework and community interaction. The workshops will include morning practice, instruction in hands-on assisting, sequencing, practice teaching and receiving teaching feedback, basic ceremony and process work.
Sita Menon. Sita found her way to yoga 20 years ago after the birth of her oldest child. What started out as a need to simply find a way to balance a stressful job in telecommunications software and family life with children, quickly deepened into a practice that Sita felt compelled to pursue. After a few years of practicing various styles - Baptiste Power Yoga, Vinyasa, Ashtanga - with various renowned teachers, Sita found her home in Forrest Yoga. She met Ana Forrest, the creatrix of Forrest Yoga, in and did her first hour teacher training with one of Ana's early students. In Jan , Ana invited her to step into training to become a Guardian. Sita became a Guardian in September and now runs her own mentorship programs out of Berlin. Sita is currently pursuing a four year professional training in the Mindfuness-based Body Psychotherapy methodology of Hakomi and brings her experiential learning of the body-psyche connection into her teaching. Sita teaches with a passion for Forrest Yoga that reflects the impact Forrest Yoga has had on her own life. She is enthusiastic about teaching her students how to live free of pain - physical and emotional.