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RUIDOSO, NEW MEXICO YOGA STUDIO | YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
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RUIDOSO HAPKIDO - NEW SERIES @ ADOBE PLAZA'S NEW MEXICO BUDDHA YOGA SCHOOL. Enrollment open to men & women of all levels (over 14 years old). Instructor Grand Master Dan Gnos, is a 6th degree black... moreRUIDOSO HAPKIDO - NEW SERIES @ ADOBE PLAZA'S NEW MEXICO BUDDHA YOGA SCHOOL. Enrollment open to men & women of all levels (over 14 years old). Instructor Grand Master Dan Gnos, is a 6th degree black belt with 50 years experience is our new instructor. Grand Opening May 1. Weekly Tuesday and Thursdays 5:30 - 7:00pm at 200 Mechem Drive in the Adobe Plaza. Call GM Dan 575 201-8070
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Feb 15, 2018 – Mar 31, 2018

OPEN ENROLLMENT YOGA TEACHER TRAINING RUIDOSO NM

YOGA ALLIANCE RYT 200 HR TEACHER TRAINING 9 SESSIONS - every 3rd weekend
Through 9 immersive retreat sessions - professionals, students and family caretakers can now fit Yoga Teacher Certificatio...
 moreYOGA ALLIANCE RYT 200 HR TEACHER TRAINING 9 SESSIONS - every 3rd weekend
Through 9 immersive retreat sessions - professionals, students and family caretakers can now fit Yoga Teacher Certification into busy lives. The program provides students with a retreat setting to restore & renew their inner peace and physical balance while achieving a life-long educational and occupational certification opportunity. All graduates will receive an advanced 250 hour certification beyond the “minimum” requirements of Yoga Alliance for 200 hours.

RYT200 YTT ENROLLMENT FAQ
Tuition: $3,900.00
Scholarship Application: $1,200 reduction if accepted
Textbooks: are an additional cost approx. $300.
Homework: Reading and yoga class practice homework will require 10-15 hours between sessions.

2018 SEMESTER DATES -
May 5-6
May 26-27
June 16-17
July 7-8
July 28-29
August 18-19
September 8-9
September 29-3
October 20-21

Contact Marianne for brochure, scholarship application and enrollment form: 575 802-3013 joyoflife2@gmail.com www.buddhayogaclass.com
Posted on Feb 15, 2018
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FUN, HEALTHY & ENLIGHTENED EDUCATION

NEW MEXICO YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
RYT 200 Yoga Teacher Training in 9 weekend sessions every May - October. 2018 semester full/closed. Enroll now for 2019 and begin the course of study early. Graduates earn an advanced RYT 250 hour certificate. Tuition: $3,900.00. Scholarship: $1,200. 
RUIDOSO NEW MEXICO YOGA CLASSES
Hatha Yoga styles of instruction: Gentle, Deep Fascia Stretch, Core Strength, Balance, Polarity, Beg Ashtanga, Chair & Senior Ladies. Classes: 10:00-11:00 am and 4:00-5:00 pm, and more times, click above. $10-15 suggested donation.

WHO CAN BENEFIT?
Our yoga programs develop vitality, improved functioning and well-being. Well-suited to beginners, athletes, seasoned yoga practitioners and those facing aging issues.

A NOVEL YOGA PHILOSOPHY
Not all yoga is good for everyone. Our philosophy is based on a lineage of Krishnamacharya advocating customized yoga practice matched to student's needs. Skillful application is based on the physiology of fascia, joint function and the unique abilities of yoga postures to repattern the body - is combined with loving guidance.

STAFF
Marianne Mohr Yoga Alliance E-RYT, YACEP. Our Instructors are caring, qualified and experienced: Andrea, BYT; Ashley, LMT; Bill, RYT200; Sumi, RYT200.  Visit their bios.

PRIVATE YOGA INSTRUCTION
To individual clients and groups we provide instruction with skillful means, expert guidance and custom sequences to help students achieve their desired results.

FREE HALF HOUR YOGA SESSION
See if yoga can work for you with a complimentary 30 min consultation and personalized yoga session. Call or text 575 802-3013.

PUBLISHED WORK 
“No Fear Yoga”, a 4-part series published in USA Today Network, offers a practical approach to obstacles in yoga practice. Authored by Marianne Mohr who received Bodhisattva Vows from the Dalai Lama and is dedicated to the enlightenment of all beings.
#1 NO  FEAR  YOGA Get more from yoga
#4 YOGA & JOINT HEALTH For athletes, seniors or injured
#2 TYPES OF YOGA TO AVOID by Marianne Mohr, Special for the Ruidoso News Published 9:29 a.m. MT March 2, 2018

In the previous article, I asked readers if they ever thought yoga was “just not for them,” acknowledging that certain types of yoga can be wrong for anyone. Here, I continue to describe common problems you may encounter and ways to make your yoga experience better. Since many studies show that yoga may counter the effects of aging and stress; prevent injuries and falls; and improve overall physical and mental well-being, these tips may be useful to you to take advantage of a yoga practice.With common sense, almost everyone can gain the benefits of calmness, flexibility, joint mobility, balance and strength. One of the differences between yoga and other forms of exercise is the benefit of inner calm and overall improved body image which yoga cultivates. Yoga’s fruits may help you breath better, deal with stress and achieve physical goals such as weight management and sexual vitality. These suggestions highlight the serious and lighter sides of yoga.

Three Types of Yoga to Avoid
The “I’m a Gymnast (and You’re Not)” Class
Have you ever landed in a class where your instructor is more interested in showing off than guiding their students’ experience? This attitude is annoying to beginners and experienced students alike. Let’s face it, you are paying the instructor to guide your experience, not to view their athletic and gymnastic prowess.
TIP: If your instructor doesn’t start by greeting you, asking your experience level and about your injuries and most importantly, your expectations from the class, you already may be in the wrong place. Does the teacher expect you to do poses without first spending considerable time stretching? Are you asked to do deep backbends or poses which compromise your neck or spine? Stop and find an instructor who is more engaged and compassionate with you, and more experienced with physiology and safety.

Bully Yoga vs. Kramas
”No pain No gain” may apply to boot camp styled fitness, and can be fun, but yoga’s demand on spinal twists, balance and endurance aspects, combined with the goals of mindfulness and stress reduction, require a calm, focused execution of poses. Yoga practice should not be forcing, or require fast paced movements pushing limits without clear understanding and a “krama” approach. Krama means a step by step progression into something, or toward a goal. The goal, in this case, is a more complex pose. A skilled yoga teacher will provide a fundamental, simple version of a pose first. From this foundation, they encourage students to stay at the level they are able, while guiding other students to the more demanding versions of the pose. In this way, students with differing levels of skill can enjoy the same class without duress, or boredom.
TIP: if your instructor does not apply kramas/steps to unfold a peak pose, speak up and ask for the easiest version and how to move step by step to more difficult versions. In this way you can stay where you are comfortable and safe.

Ahhh… Enter the Yoga Guru!
This experience leaves you with a sense the instructor feels they are better than you and that they possess a mystical “guru” status. These teachers may have bizarre names, odd requirements or worshipping “followers”. The purpose of yoga, at its fundamental teachings, encourages the cultivation of humility, selflessness and interest in others. If your instructor behaves as though they transcend you and the group, they may be more invested in their ego than in passing knowledge to you.
TIP: Sadly, some instructors, famous and not, have abused their followers. An authentic yoga instructor will not leave you feeling incompetent, less-than nor abused mentally, financially or physically. When you have a genuine yogi leading you, they will exude a demeanor of kindness, humility and attitude of wanting to learn about, and from, you. Choose teachers and classes where you feel this positive energy.

Always, before engaging in a program of yoga practice, check with your medical professional.Questions?  Email me at joyoflife2@gmail.com. Don’t forget 2018 New Mexico Yoga Teacher Training runs May through Oct. Check it out at www.buddhayogaclass.com.

YOGA ALLIANCE | CREDENTIALS
YOGA ALLIANCE CONTINUING ED Authorized YACEP
YOGA ALLIANCE RYS SCHOOL Registered RYT200 YTT
YOGA ALLIANCE E-RYT Marianne Mohr, Lead Instructor

YACEP YOGA ALLIANCE CONTINUING EDUCATION
Every 3 years to maintain RYT. One day CEUs accredited for required  10 contact + 20 non-contact hours. $200/day: May 26, 27; June 16, 17; July 7, 8, 28, 29; Aug 18,19; Sept 8, 9, 29, 30; Oct 20, 21.

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MARIANNE MOHR Private Instruction in-home or studio

ADOBE PLAZA | RUIDOSO NEW MEXICO
Quintessential 1950s Adobe shopping center in the heart of the mountain Village of Ruidoso, New Mexico. Western Art Gallery, Massage Therapist, Sign Shop, Yoga Studio. ADOBE PLAZA

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