yoga retreats and training programs

Most participants of Yoga Teacher Training programs attend to advance and deepen their knowledge and personal practice of Yoga.
 
If you have a compassionate love of yoga and a desire to teach this wonderful discipline to others  these programs will give you the knowledge needed to begin and further your path as a Yoga teacher.
 
Yoga Ink has been leading Yoga Teacher Training Programs in New Brunswick and PEI for nine years.
 
Yoga Ink's courses introduce participants to the wide world of Yoga and the many ways it is presented and practiced today.
 
Classes are small to give all students many chances to teach each other and even the general public. Be prepared to clean house! - as you learn more about Yoga the lessons are absorbed on a cellular level; you become a new person from the inside out!
 
Expand your practice….deepen your love of Yoga,  find your True Self
Posted on 17 Dec 2014 by yogaink

Winter Workshops

 Some Winter Workshops information

Posted on 15 Dec 2014 by yogaink

biff mithoefer in charlottetown

November 21 and 22!
Trinity United Church, Prince and Richmond Streets
Join us for a celebration
of
Yin Yoga
“The Way of the Healer and Storyteller”

Storytelling is the most ancient tool of the healer.  Since the beginning of human kinds adventure here on earth, people have been gathering together to hear and tell their own and their culture’s healing stories. Understanding these ancient teaching stories can help us begin to see our lives as part of a greater story, encouraging us to take responsibility for the parts we choose to play. 
In this weekend workshop, we will spend time together exploring this ancient path, the Way of the Healer and Storyteller. Our days will consist of:    - Quiet Yin Classes    - The Exploration of classic Youth stories, Midlife Stories and  Elder Stories    - Intentional sharing    - Body Meditation
Yin Yoga is a supported practice, it uses relaxed muscles, and the support of blocks and cushions as needed to help open and support you.  It is a deep acting style of Yoga, helping to create true flexibility.Biff Mithoefer is a world traveling Yin Yoga teacher.  He is much loved for his compassion and knowledge about Yoga and is a great teacher. 
 
He divides his personal time between Vermont and Hawaii where he splits wood or surfs depending on the season.
 
 
$245  for all 4 sessions$140 for 2
$80 for 1
 
HST is includedRegister with Ruth at 902-583-2674
payment accepted as cash, cheque or etransfer
 
Posted on 31 Oct 2014 by yogaink

Fall and winter classes in charlottetown and souris

 Yoga Styles Offered:

Check the schedule for details of what style is offered on which night and location.  Classes run year round with occasional breaks when Ruth/Atmabir goes off island to host or attend trainings and workshops.

 

Blend: Yang and Yin: for people with some experience, lots of detail, open the heart and find the light within to power the practice. Sometimes the class is a slow moving flow and sometimes it is in workshop format.

 

Blend Yang and Yin Basics: for people new to yoga or those wanting to stay at a basic level. Slower pace, short flows, finding your way in each posture.  Yang style has more energy using the navel centre and movement while Yin uses supports and long holds to develop true flexibility.

 

The Asanas of Astanga: once a month or so a "power yoga" flow for experienced yoga practitioners. Enjoy the heat both inside and out. A flowing practice fueled by Ujjayibreath. The other weeks will be some flow and some slow, detailed work to really understand what is happening in the asanas

 

Kundalini Yoga – a spiritual and enlightening mix of meditation, mudra (intentional hand action), chanting, breath (pranayama), and physical action. This Yoga needs to be experienced! Let it help fast track you on the path to your joyful True Self.

Posted on 01 Oct 2014 by yogaink

14 Postures of Yin Yoga Dieppe, Saturday, October 25 at 1-4 Souris, Sunday, November 2 at 10-1

 Learn the 14 main postures in Yin Yoga and how to support yourself in each one.  This is more of a mind class than a yin class...postures will not be held as you will be getting in and out of them to try different supports.  A great workshop to take before attending Biff’s workshop in Charlottetown November 21 and 22.


Posted on 01 Oct 2014 by yogaink

childplay with gurudass kaur, shediac, September 2015

 for both of these wonderful weekend workshops contact Jacynte Leger  jacynteleger@hotmail.com


Posted on 01 Oct 2014 by yogaink

Fall 2014 newsletter

Check out the Fall 2014 newsletter

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Posted on 11 Sep 2014 by yogaink

yoga ink’s 220 hour and 550 hour yoga retreats and training programs

Most participants of Yoga Teacher Training programs attend to advance and deepen their knowledge and personal practice of Yoga.
 
If you have a compassionate love of yoga and a desire to teach this wonderful discipline to others these programs will give you the knowledge needed to begin and further your path as a Yoga teacher.
 
Yoga Ink has been leading Yoga Teacher Training Programs in New Brunswick and PEI for nine years.
Yoga Ink's courses introduce participants to the wide world of Yoga and the many ways it is presented and practiced today.
 
Classes are small to give all students many chances to teach each other and the general public.
 
Be prepared to clean house! - as you learn more about Yoga and the lessons are absorbed on a cellular level you become a new person from the inside out!
 
Expand your practice….deepen your love of Yoga,find your true self
 
 
 
 
 
 

Posted on 27 May 2014 by yogaink

doug keller workshop 2015 - pei

April 10 and 11, 2015
YOGA and Yoga Therapy
Charlottetown, PEI
 
Thanks to everyone who attended in 2014!!  It was a great workshop by an excellent teacher and we look forward to next year when he will return to the same venue and the same weekend in April. A pre-registration list has been started.

Doug Keller is an internationally known Yogi, authour and teacher of Yoga and Yoga Therapy. His humble presence and easy-going teaching make his workshops completely addicting. The information that he teaches is important an usable by every person that uses a yoga mat. Yoga Ink has hosted him on PERI and NB for the past six years.

Friday 1:30-4:30 PM:
6:00-8:30 PM:
 
Saturday 9AM-12
1:30-4:30 PM

Weekend topic and fees will be announced in the fall.
Posted on 28 Apr 2014 by yogaink

Spring NewsLetter

Spring NewsLetter 

 

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Posted on 31 Mar 2014 by yogaink

Yoga Kitchen

Conscious cooking and mindful eating are excellent complements to Yoga.  
 
At my winter workshops and Teacher Trainings, light, nutritious and home-made foods are popular. This winter, one of the favourites was a light and creamy non-dairy dessert:
 
"Pecan Mousse"
dairy-free, gluten-free,
1 cup shelled pecans
hot water to cover
1/4 cup maple syrup
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
solid part of a large can of coconut milk (I like Thai Kitchen organic). Chill the can to help the "milk" separate
1. Put pecans in a blender and add hot water to just cover.  Set aside for 30-60 minutes.
2. After soaking, add maple syrup and vanilla, blend until smooth.
3. Add the solid coconut milk and blend until silky smooth.
(the liquid can be used in soups).
4. Scrape the mousse out of the blender into a glass or ceramic bowl and chill.
Can be refrigerated for several days. Serve in small bowls with tiny spoons and shaved dark chocolate on top.
 
While the pecans are soaking put together the following, easy to make, colourful, and delicious casserole.  Good with squash soup and a green salad .
 
Spinach Carrot "Souffle
egg-free and can be dairy-free
9x9 glass pan, serves 6-8
preheat oven to 350 F.
4 cups (packed) grated carrots
1 cup chopped onion
1 Tablespoon minced fresh basil or 1 teaspoon dried
2 packages of frozen chopped spinach, thawed and squeezed fairly dry (OR 2 pounds of  fresh that has been chopped very fine.
1 cup ground almonds
1 cup (optional) feta cheese (or goat paneer if you want to have less salt)
¼ teaspoon black pepper
 
Saute the carrots in olive oil until bright orange, set aside in a large bowl.
Saute the onions in olive oil until translucent.  When just about done, add the basil and black pepper (and fresh spinach, if using).
Add to the carrots.
Add ground almonds, and cheese if using.
Mix thoroughly. Oil the glass pan and pack the mixture into it. Bake one hour until golden.
 
 
Posted on 18 Jan 2013 by yogaink

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