Om Sweet Om Yoga
12 Irma Avenue
Port Washington, NY 11050
516.944.YOGA
www.omsweetomyoga.com

Upcoming Courses & Workshops

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200 Hour Fall Teacher Training (WEEKDAY FORMAT) with Gail Grossman Next held on Tue, Oct 16, 2018 at 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
This enrollment runs from Wed Sep 12, 2018 - Thu Dec 13, 2018
Fall Weekday Teacher Training

CLASSES MEET 9:30AM-2:30PM Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday beginning September 12th (no classes on school holidays)

Whether you are interested in teaching or simply deepening your practice Om Sweet OmYoga is offering the most comprehensive and complete Fall 200-Hour, Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training, right here on Long Island.

Train to be a teacher with us at Om Sweet Om Yoga and empower yourself to become the best and brightest you that you can be. In this teacher training you will learn to teach yoga from our studio's most wonderful and inspiring experienced yoga teachers. You will receive instruction in teaching to all ages including "A Taste of Yogakids", Mom and Baby yoga and prenatal yoga. You will gain insights into the practice, history, philosophy and anatomy of yoga. Most importantly you will gain insights into yourself, your unlimited potential to make a difference in this world!

Investment: $3250

Extra Early bird: $2750 if paid in full by 7/12/18, $2850 if deposit and then balance paid on first day
Early bird: $2950 if paid in full by 8/12/18
$3050 if deposit and then balance paid first day
$1,000 required on registration (or pay in full to receive best discount)

A YOGA ALLIANCE REGISTERED YOGA SCHOOL. RYS 200, RYS 300

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Metamorphosis Series Workshop 3: Heart Opening with Elena Box Sat, Oct 20, 2018 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Journey into the center of your heart! Break down any barriers or wounding that remains in order to live life more fully. Learn tools to release grief, abandonment, resentment, traumatic memories, fear, anger, frustration, disappointment, and depression.

This tender class will be held in a sacred container where participants may feel protected and held, in order to release any intense emotions that arise. We will incorporate gentle heart opening movement, tapping (EFT), eye gazing, and partner work.

No pressure to share or be vulnerable in any way that may feel uncomfortable to you. All partakers will ensure that everything shared within the sacred circle stays in that space.

Basic knowledge of yoga recommended but not required. Wear comfortable clothing you can move in.

Please bring a journal. Option to bring a sacred object or photograph to hold space/be blessed/charged on the altar.

 

Cost $45 for 1 Workshop, $160 for All 4 Workshops

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Metamorphosis Series Workshop 4: Somatic Movement and Cacao Ceremony with Elena Box Sat, Oct 27, 2018 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

In this powerful and final workshop of the series, we will drink warm ceremonial grade cacao, infused with medicinal (not magic*) mushrooms and tonic herbs. Sacred space will be held as we incorporate elements we’ve learned through out the workshops to dive deeply into the self. You will be guided into a deep relaxation after some gentle movement, where we will begin the somatic movement practice. Simply put – this is an exploration of intuitive movement for and by yourself. As the cacao moves through your body, you may feel a sense of joy, an expanded heart, and exhilaration. You may have some deep emotions arise that can be worked through and experienced through the body in the somatic movement practice. Remember, this is a safe space, free of all judgment. Wear clothes you can move and feel empowered in. No need to have attended prior workshops to join.

Smudging will be practiced to cleanse the aura prior to the medicine (cacao) ceremony.

Feel free to bring a musical instrument – shakers, drums, triangles, bells, etc. (if you would like to play a piece of music – contact Elena directly – it would be lovely to include you in this celebration)

An altar will be set for sacred objects, photographs, etc. to be blessed and charged.

Ceremonial Cacao Recipe:Cacao Laboratory: Arriba Nacional ceremonial grade cacao grown in mineral rich volcanic soil in the province of Guayas, Ecuador.

Superfeast Mason’s Mushroom Blend: Wild chaga*, semi-wild reishi*, semi-wild lion’s mane, cultivated cordyceps CS-4, semi-wild Agaricus blazei, semi-wild shiitake, semi-wild poria, semi-wild maitake extract powders.

Superfeast Jing Blend: Wild/semi-wild prepared he shou wu, semi-wild eucommia bark, cultivated cordyceps CS-4, semi-wild morinda, semi-wild rehmannia root, semi-wild dendrobium stem extract powders.

Slightly sweetened with organic Maple Syrup, Cinnamon, Hint of Cayenne Pepper, Hint of Himalayan Salt

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Yoga to the Core with Deborah Corsitto Sun, Oct 28, 2018 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Think you’re not strong? Let Deb show you you’re wrong! Explore how, through yoga, you can connect to your deepest core muscles...using posture, breath work and meditation. You will learn to access, engage and, yes, strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor, abdomen and lower back, while developing an understanding of the lower three chakras, all of which are the keys to achieving stability, preventing injury and developing personal power in body and mind.

Cost:Early Bird Price $40 if registered by 10/21, $45 thereafter
 
 
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Monthly Family Yoga with Rebecca Scaramucci Sun, Nov 4, 2018 at 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

What a great way for parents and children to spend together-time! Yoga poses to interest those of all ages! Learn balance, trust, breathing, relaxation techniques, and tools for helping each other find inner peace. Yoga means union. Strengthen your families union with this class that is filled with love, and lots of fun! No experience necessary. Children must be at least 4 years old.

Cost $30 per Family (1 Parent and 1 Child), $10 for an additional family member.

To create the best experience for the families we limit 2 children per adult.

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Restore Your Core and Pelvic Floor with Liz Simons Sat, Nov 10, 2018 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This workshop is designed for both the prenatal and postnatal population to learn about how to best prepare and rehabilitate your core and pelvic floor to optimize outcomes during both pregnancy and postpartum. Studies show that women who use their core correctly are 75% less likely to develop diastasis recti, or separation of the abdominal muscles that sustains beyond the perinatal period. You will learn how to both prevent, manage and repair diastasis recti as well as pelvic floor dysfunction related to pregnancy and postpartum including urinary and bowel incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and persistent low back pain.
 
Dr. Liz Simons received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from New York University and a B.A. in Psychology from Williams College. For nearly a decade, Liz has specialized in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, with a personal interest in the education and treatment of the pre and postnatal population. Liz is dedicated to changing the standard of care for women and bridging the gap by informing and educating women about their bodies so that they can feel strong and empowered. She is a local Port Washington mother of three boys.
 
Cost: $45, Early Bird $40 if Registered by 11/3/18
 
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Grateful Yoga with Deborah Corsitto Sun, Nov 18, 2018 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

What’s better than practicing yoga? Practicing yoga with a grateful heart!

Join us for this one-of-a-kind workshop where you will be guided to focus on your heart center, the region of the body where we cultivate love, joy and gratitude. Too often, this region is restricted by the way we hold our bodies, by slumping or hunching forward, and by the way we get stuck in negative thought patterns and emotions.

With Deborah Corsitto, E-RYT500, as your yoga teacher, you will learn “heart-opening” postures and a short daily sequence designed to allow a flow of positivity to fill your heart center and your life.

Lorraine Miller, Gratitude Writer, Speaker and Coach, will inspire you with “Vitamin G” – a daily practice she believes is a game changer for letting go of stress in order to become happier and healthier. Lorraine shares scientific research, real-life examples and expert tips for getting the most out of the sacred practice of gratitude.

You’ll leave this workshop feeling calm, blessed, and open to receiving more joy, peace, and love in your life (and with a simple practice you can use to cultivate that feeling daily)--just in time for the holidays!

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YogaKids Foundations Training with Gail Grossman Next held on Sat, Jan 12, 2019 at 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
This enrollment runs from Sat Jan 12, 2019 - Sun Jan 13, 2019
This Level 1 Training is a stand-alone training event AND the first step of our Full Certification track.

This event, held in areas around the world, introduces attendees to the YogaKids’ one-of-a-kind way of teaching yoga to children. The YogaKids program is more than just poses. It blends traditional yoga and its benefits with theories of multiple learning styles in a comprehensive, imaginative, and playful approach to education. This revolutionary approach, developed by YogaKids founder, yoga-pioneer/ educator/author Marsha Wenig, has been helping children — along with adults — discover the pleasures and benefits of yoga for over 20 years.

Attendees will experience 2 full days of life-changing love and laughter, led by one of our experienced trainers. They will be introduced to all 14 of the YogaKids Elements, the building blocks of this amazing program. These Elements (Math Medley, Laughing Language, Visual Vignettes… to name just a few) incorporate all the different ways children learn. They combine yoga with reading, writing, science, art, music, games, ecology, philosophy and much more — and thus, create a matrix for learning that’s accessible to all children.

Attendees also will be introduced to the 20 categories of YogaKids poses/activities. The YogaKids program has over 185 poses/activities and the Foundations Training teaches 85 of them. (The others can be learned by joining the Certification track.) Some poses are based on traditional yoga asanas, while many are unique to the YogaKids program. In addition, attendees will learn successful strategies for lesson planning and will have the opportunity to team-teach an original YogaKids class to children. Other topics covered during the workshop include the different developmental stages of children, inclusive teaching, and guidelines for teaching a successful YogaKids class.

Foundations Training events are for anyone wanting to give the gift of yoga to children: yogis, parents, teachers, occupational therapists, speech therapists, and other child-focused professionals. No yoga experience is required.

TRAINING HOURS


Saturday, January 12, 2019: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Sunday, January 13, 2019 : 9:00AM – 6:00PM


Accommodations/meals should be arranged by attendees and are not included in cost. 

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