Yoga rewires your brain. Different forms of meditation alter your brain uniquely. Some practices elicit fast brain waves while others produce predominantly slower waves. Which is your best yoga-medicine?
Each session includes neuroscience information along with movement, breath work, and meditation.
Session 1: Overview of the four styles of meditation. Quiet internal self-talk, elicit restful alertness, increase attachment and non-striving with Quiet Mind practices.
Session 2: Wake up your executive functions, self-monitoring, and mental stability with Focus Meditation.
Session 3: Release what no longer serves, reduce judgment, be present with Mindfulness Meditation.
Session 4: Improve your mood, increase empathy and gratitude, take a different perspective with Open Heart Meditation.
Friday, October 19, 5 - 9 pm
Saturday, October 20, 9 am - 1 pm and 2 - 6 pm
Sunday, October 21, 8 am - 11 am
$445; enter code DAYA before September 19 for 20% off
Angela Grace Faulk, MS, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT holds two master’s degrees, one in neuroscience and the second in special education. She is certified through the International Association of Yoga Therapists and has well over a thousand hours of training and teaching in multiple yoga modalities. Her primary teachers are Sarahjoy Marsh, Laura Amazzone, Douglas Brooks, and Jeff Tarrant. Angela has worked with a wide variety of people throughout her fifteen years of teaching yoga. Most recently as a special education teacher, Angela works with young adults who live with a range of disabilities including autism, cerebral palsy, and intellectual disabilities. Her extensive teaching experience and enthusiasm for the subject matter create engaging presentations and an infectious joy for the wonders apparent when neuroscience intersects yogic practice.