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Synergy strives to bring experienced yoga professionals to you so that you can share their wisdom and experiences with fellow students and instructors. For more information about the following upcoming workshops, please contact us.


New Class beginning Tues. March 24!

Yoga for Healing
Tuesdays, 11:00am-12:15pm

taught by Andrea Bleck-Smith, ERYT

Restore and rejuvenate with this yoga class designed to help those with depressed immune systems, fatigue, and a need to heal the body, mind and spirit.

With a focus on breath training and supported postures, students are encouraged to explore their minds and bodies with a spirit of curiosity and compassion.


Keep Your Agni (Fire) Stoked and Balanced
session 3 of our 4-part Ayurvedic Workshop Series

Saturday, March 21, 2015
2:00 - 4:30 pm

led by Deb MacKay, RYT Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist

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Space is limited, so reserve your spot & receive an Early Bird Discount!

$30 if registered by Mar. 14 / $35 if registered after Mar. 14

One of the most important principles in Ayurveda is Agni or the "digestive fire." Agni refers to our ability to process/digest all aspects of life, including food, experiences, memories, and sensory impressions. A strong Agni leads to health and well-being. If the Agni is weak it leads to a buildup of ama (toxic residue) resulting in illness and disease. Learn how to regulate and nurture your Agni to improve the digestion of food and all experiences. This will increase your energy levels and enhance your overall well-being.

There will be a yoga sequence, suitable for all levels, to pacify the seasonal Dosha. Bring your journal and come prepared to start/continue on the wonderful journey to health.

image © Ayurveda in Translation


Observing and Cueing Seminar
for teachers and teachers in training


Sunday, March 29, 2015
2:00 - 4:00 pm

led by Andrea Bleck-Smith, 500 RYT 200 E-RYT

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Space is limited, so reserve your spot & receive an Early Bird Discount!

$25 per person

Develop your skills of observation and cueing. What are some obstacles you face when observing students? What are you looking for and what are the goals of observing and cueing? How much is too much or too little?

Share your experiences, frustrations and successes in an open and energized setting. Then take what you learn into your own practice and your classroom.


Spring Rejuvenation
session 4 of our 4-part Ayurvedic Workshop Series

Saturday, April 11, 2015
2:00 - 4:30 pm

led by Deb MacKay, RYT Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist

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Space is limited, so reserve your spot & receive an Early Bird Discount!

$30 if registered by Apr. 4 / $35 if registered after Apr. 4

Bring the body and mind back to balance. Clean out old habits and toxins that have built up over the winter. Discover the benefits of a seasonal cleanse and simple lifestyle adjustments - calm/clear mind, improved digestion, enhanced sleep, and a sense of peace. Learn how to rejuvenate the body and spirit through nutrition, journaling, pranayama (breath work), meditation, and yoga. Optional 3-5 day gentle monodiet cleanse to be done at home. There will be email support for 10 days after the workshop to support your Spring Rejuvenation.

There will be a yoga sequence, suitable for all levels, to pacify the seasonal Dosha. Bring your journal and come prepared to start/continue on the wonderful journey to health.

image © Food: A Love Story


Ayurvedic Workshop Series

This 4-part workshop series will Bring Balance and Vitality to your Life utilizing Ayurvedic Principles. Each workshop will include a yoga sequence suitable for all levels. Take the entire series or the ones that interest you.

Ayurveda is a holistic healing system. It is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on the balance between the mind, body, and spirit. It is the science of self-healing and is the sister science to Yoga. Ayurveda is a personalized approach to health by utilizing your Dosha (constitution - mind/body type) to make the best choices about diet, exercise and all aspects of your life. Ayurveda allows you to stay vibrant and healthy (physical, mental, and emotional health) while realizing your full potential.

Deb discovered Ayurveda through her teacher training. As an RN, Deb has had a strong interest in complementary medicine. She has utilized breath work, meditation, and visualization while working with patients, and has found Ayurveda to be the perfect complement to traditional medicine. Ayurveda's self-healing aspect through diet, yoga and exercise, meditation, breath work, and lifestyle was the next step for her own self-care.

Deb embarked on the journey to become an Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist. Through her training she has been able to modify her daily practices and seasonal practices to meet her Doshic (constitution) needs. As a result of Ayurveda Deb has experienced an increased sense of peace, well-being, and health. She completed her Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist training in December 2013, and is certified through the Himalayan Institute.

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Sorry, no cash refunds on workshops.