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A sneak peek at KYTA's 2006 Yoga Teachers Conference

Spring 2006

by Tresca Weinstein


Our 2006 Yoga Teachers Conference, titled "Inspired Living, Inspired Teaching," is set for October 19-22 and includes

  • Workshops to enhance and deepen your teaching
  • Pre-conference intensives and noontime presentations
  • Keynote talks by Vidya Carolyn Dell'uomo, Brahmanand Don Stapleton, and Stephen Cope
  • "Kripalu Today," a special Saturday morning session with Brahmanand, Devarshi Steven Hartman, and Kripalu President Dinabandhu Garrett Sarley
  • Music and dancing with Shakti Fusion and KDZ, the Drummers at Kripalu
  • Sunday morning chanting with Satyaa and Pari!

Come to spend time with your favorite teachers, including....

  • Yoganand Michael Carroll: Fine-Tune Your Tapas
  • Shobhan Richard Faulds: Seeds of Light: Essential Teachings of the Kripalu Tradition
  • Ann Greene: The Joy of Hand-Balancing Postures
  • Sudhakar Ken McRae: Accessing the Power of Mantra
  • Todd Norian: Backbending Into Bliss
  • Rudy Peirce: Dhyana and Dharana: Keys to Spirit in Practice
  • Shivanand Thomas Amelio: Mantra, Tantra, Mudra, Bandha
  • Tom Gillette: Beautiful Mind Vinyasa Sequences
  • Sudhir Jonathan Foust: Practical Tools for the Art of Teaching Meditation
  • Megha Nancy Buttenheim: Let Your Yoga Dance
  • Jonas Westring: Preventing Yoga Injuries

Come to explore brand-new workshops, such as....

  • The Yoga of Prosperity with Karen Clarke
  • Asana and Structural Integrity with Randal Williams
  • Aging Gracefully with Dan Howard
  • Baby, Tot, and Tyke Itsy-Bitsy Yoga Fundamentals with Helen Garabedian
  • Introduction to Yoga Ed. with Leah Kalish
  • Life After Loss: Yoga for Healing from Grief with Molly Kenny
  • Right Effort in Asana with Brad Waites
  • Refining the Art of Assisting with Priti Robyn Ross

Come to connect and network with yoga teachers from around the country and the world!

This conference was such a great opportunity to come together with kindred spirits and remember why teaching yoga is so important for the future of the human race.
—Pierre Belisle, 2005 conference participant

The entire conference was beautifully orchestrated and chock full of wonderful information.
—Laurie Trupp, 2005 conference participant

WATCH FOR YOUR CONFERENCE BROCHURE IN JUNE OR VISIT WWW.KRIPALU.ORG.

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Scenes from a Conference: More than 300 teachers attend KYTA Conference 2000

Snapshots from KYTA Conference 2001

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Coverage of the 2002 KYTA Conference, Oct. 24-27

Tides Foundation awards KYTA $50,000 for yoga teachers serving diverse populations

Yoga on Tape: Reviews of yoga products created by KYTA members

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KYTA Conference 2003 in words and pictures

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Kripalu implements new approach to program assisting

Complete guide to Kripalu Yoga hits the shelves

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The yoga of laughter: Keni Fine's Sleeping Swami brings giggles and guidance to the world

Yoga on Disc: Reviews of new yoga products created by KYTA members

Changing the world in memory of a daughter: The Rachel Greene Memorial Fund

Yoga on Disc: Reviews of new yoga CDs from our members

Yoga on Disc: Reviews of CDs by KYTA Conference 2007 presenters and entertainers

Reigniting the flame: KYTA Conference 2007

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Flow states: Questions for Ed Harrold

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Yoga Everywhere: Spotlighting our Teaching for Diversity grant recipients

Yoga on Disc and on the Page

Green Yoga Association takes new form

Yoga on Disc and on the Page: Reviews of recently released products

Yoga and the Imagination: A Q&A with Randal Williams

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How we got to the KYTA Conference, and what we found there

Yoga Everywhere: A column spotlighting our Teaching for Diversity grant recipients

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Seva CD 2008: The Soundtrack of Kripalu

Restorative Yoga: The Yoga of Meditation

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The State of the Training

Yoga + Ayurveda: The Perfect Formula for Balance

Edi Pasalis and the Institute for Extraordinary Living pioneer a standardized Kripalu curriculum.

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