• April 17–19, 2020
  • Friday-Sunday: 2 nights

Sustainable Resilience Practices of Yoga and Buddhism

For yoga practitioners with min. 6 months of experience.

Sustainable yoga is a practice of working with all the ingredients of your life, as you are and as you change. In this program, OM Yoga founder Cyndi Lee unfolds Sustainable Vinyasa, a medium-paced practice grounded in mindfulness designed to balance your physical and mental strength, stability, and clarity. These practices energize and enhance you in the moment, and expand your capacity to move, breathe, and live well in the future.

Working with the whole body—from the feet up and back down—this program includes

  • Simple movements and sequences to sustain your muscles and bones and build mobility and strength
  • An active class of sitting, lying down, rocking and rolling, twisting, and using props to invert
  • Meditation, restorative yoga, pranayama, and contemplative journaling to reset the nervous system
  • An integrated mind-breath-body practice that teaches us to fall back into the simplicity of each moment.

Return home with new tools that allow you to care for yourself in a way that naturally helps you care for others and the world.

Note This program is open to yoga practitioners of all ages who are interested in a fresh approach to asana practice or new ways to sustain the body through slow, deliberate yoga.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Min 6 month
Suitable For
Experienced Yogis
Program Theme
All Yoga

Cyndi Lee explains how yoga and meditation support emotional resilience:


Cyndi Lee, founder of OM Yoga, is the first female Western yoga teacher to fully integrate yoga asana and Tibetan Buddhism in her practice and teaching.

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