ADVANCED TRAINING MODULE 1
Making the Chakra Step Connection
34 Non-Contact Hours
 

Facilitator Gwen R. will walk you through the connection of the Twelve Steps of recovery and the chakra system.

This module is perfect for anyone who wants to dig deeper into the Twelve Steps of recovery and the chakra system for their own personal development or Advanced Yoga4Sobriety teacher training.  

- Anyone in recovery

- Yoga teachers

- Yoga students

- Counselors

- Coaches

- Sponsors

The self-study of the Twelve Steps of recovery and the connection to the chakra system includes readings and questions that have been laid out to help you find your personal experience, strength, and hope.  

You can complete the self-study at your pace and choose to come to the weekend intensive if you would like.


Self-study $130.00

You will need to purchase Eastern Body Western Mind, Anodea Judith

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For Yoga4Sobriety teachers working to get Advanced Certification the weekend intensive following completion of the self-study is required.

To register for your weekend intensive scroll down and fill out the form.

 

Weekend Intensive $100.00

16 Contact Hours

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Saturdy

9:30 AM - 5:30 PM

&

Sunday

9:30 AM - 5:30 PM


Weekend intensives held at 

The Camel Clubhouse

117 W. Ward St. Second Floor

Hightstown NJ 08520

 

Contact Gwen R. with any questions

REGISTRATION - IT IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND ALL HOURS OF THIS TRAINING IN ORDER TO RECEIVE YOUR CERTIFICATION.  

Gwen R. 
E-RYT 500 
Founder of Yoga4Sobriety LLC
 

Gwen has been actively in Twelve Step recovery since 1991 and brings an understanding of the program, who her students are, and what they need to her classes.  Gwen founded Yoga4Sobriety in 2013 after her yoga and recovery journey brought the two worlds together.  A simple repetitive approach to give regular reinforcement of recovery principles and yoga practices to build on already existing treatment programs and Twelve Step living is her goal.

 

The camel each day goes twice to his knees.

He picks up his load with the greatest of ease.

He walks through the day with his head held high.
And stays for that day, completely dry.

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Founded October 2013 YOGA4SOBRIETY LLC 2020 is not affiliated with any Twelve Step organization.