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Sunday, March 15 • 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Unleash Dormant Potential

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An Integrative Amrit Method (I AM) of Yoga Therapy and Yoga Nidra
Everything we experience comes first through the body by way of sensation. Based on what happened previously, what we feel in the body is often seized by associated memories of the past. These memories then misinform the mind on what to think and how to behave. We will explore “the edge”, the place where intensity and your ability to relax intersect, and kinesthetically develop skills to stay calm under pressure. After learning to detect and work with your personal edge, you will be given accessible and discreet yogic techniques for any moment to instantly counteract and balance the daily impacts of stress. In this presentation we will explore how to widen the gap between habituated thinking and pre-programmed responses, empowering you to take your life off of autopilot and inspire newness, unleash creativity and access fresh perspective in each moment.

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Chitra Marie Bailey

Senior Teacher, Amrit Yoga Institiute
“Chitra” Marie Bailey, Psy. D., ERYT-500, C-IAYT is a senior faculty member at the Amrit Yoga Institute in Salt Springs, Florida where she is a trainer in the Amrit Method of Yoga Therapy and Amrit Method Yoga Nidra Professional Trainings. She has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology... Read More →

Sunday March 15, 2020 12:30pm - 2:30pm MST
Main Gym Red Rock High School
  Guided Class/Session/Healing
  • Participant level Open to all Levels
  • Notes to attendees: bring any props you may have, and a blanket/extra layers to stay warm during yoga nidra