Lectures and Seminars

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August 

Introduction to Holistic Health & Homeopathy with Arup Bhattacharya, DHM, PhD

Mondays, August 5-26, 6-8pm
(4 weeks) This seminar will provide an overview of the natural remedies that homeopathy offers; what it is, how it works, where and when it was developed as well as the history of its use. In addition, basic homeopathy applications for common illnesses and injuries, where to purchase remedies, and when it would be practical and appropriate to incorporate homeopathy for self-care and home healing will be covered. Students will leave with a greater understanding of homeopathy, and a deeper appreciation of the connection between physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness.
Bio: Arup Bhattacharya, DHM, PhD has been a homeopathic practitioner since 1992 and teaches extensively in Ontario, Canada and in Western NY. He is also a research faculty member at Roswell Cancer Institute in Buffalo. Find out more about Arup at: homeopathichealers.com.
Try the 1st class for free! If you wish to continue after the first class, pay a special rate of $99 for all 4 classes. Skype option is available if you are unable to attend in person. $30 per class. Fee: $99 (ID#: HH1) — CANCELED

HIB’S KIDS DAY-CAMP – YOGARAMA! with Donna Mattucci & Capucine Philson

Monday, August 26, 9am-3pm
Literary Artist, Poet and Playwright, Capucine Philson, and Donna Mattucci Yoga Instructor, Elementary School Educator have joined forces to create a unique day camp opportunity for youth ages 8-12 combining Yoga and Drama. Your child will practice strength, flexibility, and body awareness through the stretching and postures of classical yoga, also be exposed to mental focus while learning to relax the nervous system through breath training, and have an opportunity to increase self knowledge and confidence with mindfulness. All of these skills will be enhanced in the Theater arts portion of the experience that will incorporate creativity through speech, movement and poetry encouraging participants to express themselves theatrically, broadening their imaginations, and above all, having fun. Campers will be involved in preparing a delicious natural food lunch that will be included along with a healthy snack. We also plan to enjoy outdoor activities weather permitting. We encourage you to invite your children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and neighbors to participate in this jam-packed day of goodness at HIB.
*Limited number of spaces available. Pre-registration closes Wed., Aug. 21. St/Sr discounts do not apply for YOGARAMA.
Includes lunch and snack. Fee: $55 (ID#: S69) —

September 

Gentle Yoga with Laura

Mondays, September 9-October 21, 10-11am
(8 weeks) Yoga offers gentle exercises that can dramatically help those with joint pain or stiffness. In this class, we will explore the classic joints-and-glands series of movements along with additional exercises, breath work, and relaxation. You can increase vital circulation, bring necessary nutrients to your body, and flush joints of congestion and metabolic wastes. Fee: $72 (ID#: YGM) —

Restorative Yoga with Sapna

Mondays, September 9-30, 3:30-4:30pm
It is important for each of us to take time to relax and to replenish energy. While all yoga is nurturing, these sessions will especially focus on restorative and supported postures that calm and relax the body. This is a good class for those whose energy is depleted by illness or who need a gentler class for any reason. Fee: $48 (ID#: YRM) —

Mindfulness Tools for K-12 Teachers: Vision Board and Journal Writing with Rosa D’Abate

Monday, September 9, 4-6pm
Need a vision for bringing mindfulness into your life? Start with a vision board and journal writing. This workshop will help you to think about how and why you want more presence in your life. Take time to think and reflect about mindfulness and the new school year. Bring a journal for your writing. Vision board supplies will be provided. Fee: $15 (ID#: S70) —

Vaccination Research, Support & Protocols from a Homeopathic Perspective with Dr. Arup Bhatacharya, DHM, PhD

Monday, September 9, 5:30-8pm
Since New York State has recently eliminated religious exemptions, many parents who have chosen not to vaccinate their children have concerns. This seminar will address the confusion parents may be experiencing and ways to deal with the current compliance required by New York State.
Dr. Arup Bhattacharya PhD, DHM, Hom(ON), RSHom (NA) is a homeopathic practitioner and an educator of the Buffalo area, who also understands medical science having been a faculty member at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, Buffalo, NY. As a homeopath, he sees children with various issues including those with autistic spectrum disorders. He will provide a simple guideline to potentially safeguard children from any unintended consequences and will be available to answer most of your questions on this topic. For information go to: homeopathichealers.com Fee: $25 (ID#: S71) —

Beginning Meditation (4 Week Course) with Donna

Mondays, September 9-30, 6:30-8pm
Meditation, a method for acquiring a clear and tranquil mind, is the heart of yoga practice. In this course, you will learn the basics: a comfortable sitting posture, diaphragmatic breathing, relaxation methods, and essential concentration techniques used in the yoga tradition. Discover a new level of peace within yourself. (This course is separate from “Meditation Monday: YLM Group Practice.) Fee: $48 (ID#: S72) —

Meditation Monday: YLM Group Practice with Staff

Monday, September 9, 7-8pm
“Year Long Meditation” (YLM) is a global group practice that has been undertaken to heal and empower collective consciousness while also strengthening an individual’s practice through the supportive energy of the group. Our evening will include light stretches, guided relaxation, and meditation. Our time each week will be applied towards the Institute’s goal of 1,000,0008 meditation hours. Join the practice. Change the world! Pre-registration requested. Donation Based. $10 suggested donation.
“Meditation Monday” will now meet EVERY MONDAY Sept.-Dec. 2019 (except when we are closed for holidays)
Fee: $0 (ID#: MM-01) —

Yoga for Core Strength with Sarah

Tuesdays, September 10-October 29, 5:30-6:45pm
(7 weeks) (Continuing Level) - Yogic texts emphasize the importance of awareness, strength, and circulation in the abdominal area to deepen the effects of your asana and meditation practice. These include increased physical stability, mental concentration, and deep relaxation. This weekly asana practice is designed to help develop progressive core strength. It includes core muscle-isolation exercises interwoven within a classical asana sequence. Class will close with relaxation and meditation. Prerequisite: 6 months prior experience with Yoga 1 or greater. Fee: $96 (ID#: YC) —

The Art of Deep Relaxation with Jackie

Tuesdays, September 10-October 22, 4-5pm
Relaxation doesn’t always come readily. Our environment, life’s events, and prolonged habits create (and sustain) a level of tension within ourselves that becomes our “normal.” Explore gentle movements, breath awareness, tension/release exercises, and a number of relaxation techniques that work to soothe the nervous system while strengthening the pathways of mind to muscle. Softening our inner grip opens us to a fresh perspective, which can reveal a profound state of inner calm. Although this is an all-level class, prior experience with yoga practice is requested. Fee: $72 (ID#: S73) —

Yin Yoga with Bonnie

Wednesdays, September 11-October 30, 5:30-6:45pm
(6 weeks) The practice of Yin Yoga is a slow-paced method in which poses are held for extended periods of time with a focus on increasing circulation and energetic flow into joints, ligaments and connective tissues. Poses are held for several minutes as you bring awareness deep into your body. This quieting practice inspires focus and inner calm and is complementary to the more active asana styles. This is an all-levels class. Fee: $84 (ID#: YY) —

Restorative Yoga with Julia

Wednesdays, September 11-October 30, 3:30-4:30pm
It is important for each of us to take time to relax and to replenish energy. While all yoga is nurturing, these sessions will especially focus on restorative and supported postures that calm and relax the body. This is a good class for those whose energy is depleted by illness or who need a gentler class for any reason. Fee: $96 (ID#: YRW) —

Awakening Prana with Jackie

Thursdays, September 12-October 31, 10-11:30am
[7 weeks] A Breath-Centered Continuing-Level Hatha Class - Prana is the vital force that sustains not only the body but also creation at every level. Breath is the vehicle for prana, and it is through breath awareness that our yoga practice truly comes alive, taking us to new levels of personal observation and experience. In this class-series, we will review the anatomy of breathing and build upon asana, relaxation and meditative-pranayama techniques that link us directly to our source of energy. Conscious engagement with prana inspires strength, balance and vitality on all levels: body, mind, spirit. Prerequisite: Yoga 1 or greater. This is a Continuing-to-Experienced level class. Modifications will be presented for more challenging yoga postures and sequences. Fee: $96 (ID#: YAP) —

Gentle Yoga with Maya

Thursdays, September 12-October 17, 5:30-6:30pm
(6 weeks) Yoga offers gentle exercises that can dramatically help those with joint pain or stiffness. In this class, we will explore the classic joints-and-glands series of movements along with additional exercises, breath work, and relaxation. You can increase vital circulation, bring necessary nutrients to your body, and flush joints of congestion and metabolic wastes. Fee: $72 (ID#: YGW) —

Yoga to Manage Moods with Carissa

Saturday, September 14, 10am-noon
Yoga provides a holistic approach to mood and symptom management. Using a combination of gentle physical poses, mindful-breathing, and relaxation techniques, participants will feel more connected and balanced within the body and mind. A trauma-sensitive, person-centered approach will be utilized, and individual attention and modifications will be provided as needed. No prior yoga experience is required. Fee: $15 (ID#: S74) —

Full Moon Nature Walk: Stiglmeier Park with Kandy

Saturday, September 14, 6-7:30pm
Enjoy beautiful fall flora and abundant wildlife on trails that are mostly flat. Our nature walk will follow boardwalks and winding trails that loop together for about four miles. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the early foliage change! Appropriate for all skill levels. Please register so that we can notify you via email if we need to cancel due to inclement weather.
Meet at the main parking lot: 810 Losson Rd., Cheektowaga, NY
Donation based. $5 suggested donation. Fee: $0 (ID#: S75) —

The Teachers Laboratory: See and Say - Mastering Verbal Subtle Adjustments with Sarah Guglielmi MS, C-IAYT, E-RYT-500, AHC, YACEP

Sunday, September 15, 9:30am-12:30pm
You look at your students and you can see an opportunity to enhance or deepen the pose, yet you’re not quite sure what to say. As teachers, we see many things: physical misalignments, visible discomfort, an expression of energy and vibrancy, or a look of collapse. To grow as teachers, we can refine our ability to see physical and pranic qualities and guide a student’s attention to them through refined verbal cues. This experiential workshop will take you through a series of teaching exercises to do just that. Learn how to bring the poses to “life” for yourself and your students.
Attention certified yoga instructors: this course qualifies for 3 hours of CE training with Yoga Alliance..
Discounts do not apply to CE trainings. Fee: $45 (ID#: E46) —

Meditation Monday: YLM Group Practice with Staff

Monday, September 16, 7-8pm
“Year Long Meditation” (YLM) is a global group practice that has been undertaken to heal and empower collective consciousness while also strengthening an individual’s practice through the supportive energy of the group. Our evening will include light stretches, guided relaxation, and meditation. Our time each week will be applied towards the Institute’s goal of 1,000,0008 meditation hours. Join the practice. Change the world! Pre-registration requested. Donation Based. $10 suggested donation.
“Meditation Monday” will now meet EVERY MONDAY Sept.-Dec. 2019 (except when we are closed for holidays)
Fee: $0 (ID#: MM-02) —

Yoga as an Ally for Pain Management with Stephanie

Tuesdays, September 17-October 8, 10:30-11:30am
(4 weeks) Sharp or dull, throbbing or stabbing, physical or emotional – pains of all kinds are both sources and symptoms of stress. When pain crops up, it compels us to find ways to manage it. Yoga breathing techniques, relaxation skills, and postures are uniquely situated to help. They are natural, easily learned, and readily available. Stephanie is a veteran of managing her own pain resulting from serious injuries and surgeries. Fee: $48 (ID#: YPM) —

Practices for Lasting Peace with Kerry

Thursday, September 19, 7-8:30pm
Achieving peace in our world, society, community, family - and most of all within oneself is a desire common to virtually all of humanity, but history and our own personal stories show us again and again how deeply challenging that desire is to realize. As Pandit Rajmani Tigunait outlines in his book, Why We Fight: Practices for Lasting Peace (available in our bookstore), lasting societal change and transformation must begin in the hearts and minds of the individual. His book provides useful guidance drawn from many spiritual traditions and specific practices to sow the seeds of personal transformation. Join with others for a discussion of the book and our personal experiences with the practices offered within.
This 4-Part Series will meet: Sept. 19, Oct. 17, Nov. 21 & Dec. 19 (3rd Thursdays of the month). Fee: $10 (ID#: S78) —

Nutritious Kitchen: Preserving Summers Bounty with Ann Neumann

Saturday, September 21, 9:30am-noon
Home canning is absolutely worth the effort! Imagine reaching into your pantry for a gorgeous jar of deliciousness preserved from your own garden. Join organic gardener, Ann Neumann, as she gives a brief history of canning, practical reasons to can, and teaches and inspires us on how to have a blast canning in your own kitchen with your garden’s bounty (or with what you’ve gathered from the farmer’s market). She will even have tips on how to save seeds. Take home materials and treats provided. Check out her website: pestoforpennies.com Fee: $20 (ID#: S79) —

Meditation Monday: YLM Group Practice with Staff

Monday, September 23, 7-8pm
“Year Long Meditation” (YLM) is a global group practice that has been undertaken to heal and empower collective consciousness while also strengthening an individual’s practice through the supportive energy of the group. Our evening will include light stretches, guided relaxation, and meditation. Our time each week will be applied towards the Institute’s goal of 1,000,0008 meditation hours. Join the practice. Change the world! Pre-registration requested. Donation Based. $10 suggested donation.
“Meditation Monday” will now meet EVERY MONDAY Sept.-Dec. 2019 (except when we are closed for holidays)
Fee: $0 (ID#: MM-03) —

Finding Faith in Yoga with Rolf Sovik, PsyD

Thursday, September 26, 7-8:30pm
We live in a world of doubt, but it is the nature of yoga to supply us with an understanding of faith, as well as to be in itself an object of faith. Join Dr. Sovik to explore how yoga scriptures such as the Yoga Sutra, The Bhagavad Gita, and others help us remove doubt and cultivate inner strength and hope.
Rolf Sovik, PsyD. is the President and Spiritual Director of the Himalayan Institute and a long-time teacher of yoga and meditation. Fee: $25 (ID#: S80) —

Meditation Monday: YLM Group Practice with Staff

Monday, September 30, 7-8pm
“Year Long Meditation” (YLM) is a global group practice that has been undertaken to heal and empower collective consciousness while also strengthening an individual’s practice through the supportive energy of the group. Our evening will include light stretches, guided relaxation, and meditation. Our time each week will be applied towards the Institute’s goal of 1,000,0008 meditation hours. Join the practice. Change the world! Pre-registration requested. Donation Based. $10 suggested donation.
“Meditation Monday” will now meet EVERY MONDAY Sept.-Dec. 2019 (except when we are closed for holidays)
Fee: $0 (ID#: MM-04) —

October 

Meditation Monday: YLM Group Practice with Staff

Monday, October 7, 7-8pm
“Year Long Meditation” (YLM) is a global group practice that has been undertaken to heal and empower collective consciousness while also strengthening an individual’s practice through the supportive energy of the group. Our evening will include light stretches, guided relaxation, and meditation. Our time each week will be applied towards the Institute’s goal of 1,000,0008 meditation hours. Join the practice. Change the world! Pre-registration requested. Donation Based. $10 suggested donation.
“Meditation Monday” will now meet EVERY MONDAY Sept.-Dec. 2019 (except when we are closed for holidays)
Fee: $0 (ID#: MM-05) —

Back Care Basics for Yoga Teachers with Julia Kress, C-IAYT, E-RYT-500, AYS

Tuesdays, October 8-29, 7-9pm
4-part CEU series for Yoga Instructors and Interested Practitioners
Many of our students suffer with back pain; knowing how to address this safely within a yoga class can be difficult. This series of workshops will give you information on specific back problems and increase your working knowledge of the anatomy of the pelvis and spine. The lower extremities can also create issues for the position of the pelvis and state of the back, so we will dive into the anatomy of the legs and feet to make this connection. You will also learn to use props and variations on classical postures. See how you can enhance safety and accessibility and make yoga enjoyable for all! Each session will be half lecture, half practice.
Attention certified yoga instructors: this course qualifies for 8 hours of CE training with Yoga Alliance.
Discounts do not apply to CE trainings.
Fee: $120 / 4-week course or take individual classes for $40 per class. You may sign up for individual classes further down this page.

WEEK 1 - Oct. 8 / Anatomy of the Spine and Range of Motion
WEEK 2 - Oct. 15 / Anatomy of the Pelvis, Legs, Feet and Stretching
WEEK 3 - Oct. 22 / Anatomy of the Torso and Restorative
WEEK 4 - Oct. 29 / Strengthening and Recovery

Fee: $120 (ID#: E47-ALL) —

Back Care Basics for Yoga Teachers - WK #1 with Julia Kress, C-IAYT, E-RYT-500, AYS

Tuesday, October 8, 7-9pm
WEEK 1 - Oct. 8 / Anatomy of the Spine and Range of Motion Fee: $40 (ID#: E47-1) —

Ayurveda in the Kitchen: Fall Digestive Boost through Food with Julia

Saturday, October 12, 10-12:30pm
The central fire of digestion (agni) is key to feeling energetic in body and mind. In this workshop, we will discuss agni and how to balance it in the changing season with spices, herbs, and food. Looking at both the medicinal properties, as well as the energetics of food and spices, can change our perspective and bring a whole new outlook on why and how we prepare what we do. Working wisely and spiritually in the kitchen brings joy and enthusiasm to your time spent in the heart of the home. There will be a demonstration of the spices and foods and the opportunity to try them. Fee: $35 (ID#: S81) —

Full Moon Nature Walk: Buckhorn Island State Park with Kandy

Sunday, October 13, 5-6:30pm
This trail runs along the Niagara River with great views of the city It is an easy walk of about 4 miles. At the end of the trail, there is an osprey stand and with any luck, we might have a sighting! Please register so that we can notify you via email if we need to cancel due to inclement weather.
Park Address: 5805 E River Rd, Grand Island, NY 14072
Meet at East-West Park Road - Woods Creek Trail entrance.
Donation based. $5 suggested donation. Fee: $0 (ID#: S82) —

Meditation Monday: YLM Group Practice with Staff

Monday, October 14, 7-8pm
“Year Long Meditation” (YLM) is a global group practice that has been undertaken to heal and empower collective consciousness while also strengthening an individual’s practice through the supportive energy of the group. Our evening will include light stretches, guided relaxation, and meditation. Our time each week will be applied towards the Institute’s goal of 1,000,0008 meditation hours. Join the practice. Change the world! Pre-registration requested. Donation Based. $10 suggested donation.
“Meditation Monday” will now meet EVERY MONDAY Sept.-Dec. 2019 (except when we are closed for holidays)
Fee: $0 (ID#: MM-06) —

Back Care Basics for Yoga Teachers - WK #2 with Julia Kress, C-IAYT, E-RYT-500, AYS

Tuesday, October 15, 7-9pm
WEEK 2 - Oct. 15 / Anatomy of the Pelvis, Legs, Feet and Stretching Fee: $40 (ID#: E47-2) —

Practices for Lasting Peace with Kerry

Thursday, October 17, 7-8:30pm
Achieving peace in our world, society, community, family - and most of all within oneself - is a desire common to virtually all of humanity, but history and our own personal stories show us again and again how deeply challenging that desire is to realize. As Pandit Rajmani Tigunait outlines in his book, Why We Fight: Practices for Lasting Peace (available in our bookstore), lasting societal change and transformation must begin in the hearts and minds of the individual. His book provides useful guidance drawn from many spiritual traditions and specific practices to sow the seeds of personal transformation. Join with others for a discussion of the book and our personal experiences with the practices offered within.
This 4-Part Series will meet: Sept. 19, Oct. 17, Nov. 21 & Dec. 19 (3rd Thursdays of the month). Fee: $10 (ID#: S83) —

Meditation Monday: YLM Group Practice with Staff

Monday, October 21, 7-8pm
“Year Long Meditation” (YLM) is a global group practice that has been undertaken to heal and empower collective consciousness while also strengthening an individual’s practice through the supportive energy of the group. Our evening will include light stretches, guided relaxation, and meditation. Our time each week will be applied towards the Institute’s goal of 1,000,0008 meditation hours. Join the practice. Change the world! Pre-registration requested. Donation Based. $10 suggested donation.
“Meditation Monday” will now meet EVERY MONDAY Sept.-Dec. 2019 (except when we are closed for holidays)
Fee: $0 (ID#: MM-07) —

Deepening Meditation (6 week Course) with Donna

Mondays, October 21-November 25, 6-7:30pm
This class is a continuation of the practices from the Beginning-Meditation course. Vitalize your meditation practice by deepening your personal experience of mindfulness and concentration. Learn additional relaxation and breathing methods, how to use a mala, and the use of a personal mantra. Prerequisite: Completion of HI’s 4-week Beginning Meditation course within the last five years. (This course is separate from “Meditation Monday: YLM Group Practice.) Fee: $72 (ID#: S84) —

Back Care Basics for Yoga Teachers - WK #3 with Julia Kress, C-IAYT, E-RYT-500, AYS

Tuesday, October 22, 7-9pm
WEEK 3 - Oct. 22 / Anatomy of the Torso and Restorative Fee: $40 (ID#: E47-3) —

An Empowering Approach to Pain Management - Integrative Health and Healing with Dr. Terri Oswald

October 25-27 (4-part seminar)

Persistent pain can affect all aspects of our life leading to frustration and isolation. This seminar shines a new light on pain treatment options that activate the body’s innate healing power. Drawing from modern science and the healing traditions of yoga and Ayurveda, this holistic approach of nutritional wisdom, stress mastery, positive psychology and purposeful movement can unlock your healing potential and provide lasting solutions to persistent conditions such as chronic back pain, fibromyalgia and arthritis.

In this experiential seminar, learn how the mind-body connection can help you activate your healing response and reverse habitual reactions to pain. Through lecture and gentle practice sessions, discover the knowledge and tools to experience better sleep quality, greater endurance, and increased capacity for activity, while letting go of fears related to movement. This combination of evidence-based theory and mindful movement makes the seminar invaluable for yoga teachers, massage therapists, family members and other caregivers to more effectively assist individuals experiencing various forms of chronic pain.

Theresa Oswald, MD, is a resident faculty physician of the Himalayan Institute. She is also the founder and president of Knowledge as Medicine (KnowledgeAsMedicine.com). As an integrative medicine physician with 30 years of experience, Dr. Oswald helps people improve function and reduce pain. A graduate of the Medical College of Wisconsin, she completed her residency training at The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago at Northwestern University.

She is board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation, as well as in integrative medicine. Her career as a physiatrist has been spent creating and implementing new ways to help optimize her patients’ functioning in all areas of health: body, mind, and spirit. She is a staff physician at PureRejuv Wellness Center, the holistic medical clinic on the grounds of the Himalayan Institute.

SAVE with an ALL ACCESS PASS! Includes all 4 sessions
No other discounts apply to this seminar.
Early Bird: $135 / $175 after Oct. 18
You may sign up for individual classes further down this page.

EASING PAIN WHILE CREATING HEALTH
Session 1: Friday Oct. 25, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

PAIN SOLUTION FROM THE KITCHEN ‘FARMACY’
Session 2: Saturday Oct. 26, 9:30 - 12 pm

MOVEMENT AS MEDICINE
Session 3: Saturday Oct. 26, 1 - 3:30 pm

UNRAVELING THE EMOTIONAL LIFE OF PAIN
Session 4: Sunday Oct. 27, 9:30 - 12 pm

Fee: $135 (ID#: S85-ALL) --


An Empowering Approach to Pain Management - Integrative Health and Healing - Session #1 with Dr. Terri Oswald

Friday, October 25, 6:30-8pm
EASING PAIN WHILE CREATING HEALTH Fee: $30 (ID#: S85-1) —

An Empowering Approach to Pain Management - Integrative Health and Healing - Session #2 with Dr. Terri Oswald

Saturday, October 26, 9:30am-noon
PAIN SOLUTION FROM THE KITCHEN ‘FARMACY’ Fee: $45 (ID#: S85-2) —

An Empowering Approach to Pain Management - Integrative Health and Healing - Session #3 with Dr. Terri Oswald

Saturday, October 26, 1-3:30pm
MOVEMENT AS MEDICINE Fee: $45 (ID#: S85-3) —

An Empowering Approach to Pain Management - Integrative Health and Healing - Session #4 with Dr. Terri Oswald

Sunday, October 27, 9:30am-noon
UNRAVELING THE EMOTIONAL LIFE OF PAIN Fee: $45 (ID#: S85-3) —

Meditation Monday: YLM Group Practice with Staff

Monday, October 28, 7-8pm
“Year Long Meditation” (YLM) is a global group practice that has been undertaken to heal and empower collective consciousness while also strengthening an individual’s practice through the supportive energy of the group. Our evening will include light stretches, guided relaxation, and meditation. Our time each week will be applied towards the Institute’s goal of 1,000,0008 meditation hours. Join the practice. Change the world! Pre-registration requested. Donation Based. $10 suggested donation.
“Meditation Monday” will now meet EVERY MONDAY Sept.-Dec. 2019 (except when we are closed for holidays)
Fee: $0 (ID#: MM-08) —

Back Care Basics for Yoga Teachers - WK #4 with Julia Kress, C-IAYT, E-RYT-500, AYS

Tuesday, October 29, 7-9pm
WEEK 4 - Oct. 29 / Strengthening and Recovery Fee: $40 (ID#: E47-4) —

November 

Three Wisdom Traditions: In-Person Learning Lab Retreat

November 22-24, 2019
with Kathryn Templetion and Sarah Guglielmi

Yoga therapeutics, ayurvedic medicine, and traditional clinical psychotherapy are three powerful healing traditions which can restore balance in life. Imagine applying all three synergistically to support the challenges in your life, or in the lives of clients and students! Designed for yoga, ayurveda, mental health, and allied health professionals, the Three Wisdom Traditions (3WT) Wellness Coach Certification Program will allow you to create and implement effective wellness treatment plans.
Receive a $100 Discount Code for the On-Line 3WT Core Concepts when you register for the 3WT In-Person Learning Lab at HI Buffalo (Code will be sent to you upon registration).

Full details on our 3WT webpage.

Fee: $349 (ID#: 3WT2) --