(978) 886 6669


 28 Chestnut Street 

   Andover, Massachusetts



Continuing Education: Yoga for Anxiety & Depression Teacher Training Immersion with Liz Owen

Location: Chestnut
Date: Saturday 4/29/2017

From: 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm 

In this workshop you will learn about the dynamics and practice of yoga as it relates to depression and anxiety, and you will take away an understanding of how to practice and teach asana and breathwork practices that are helpful for working with varying symptoms of depression and anxiety. Both discussion and practice portions are based on NIH-funded research co-authored by Owen and conducted at Boston University School of Medicine. The practice portion of the workshop includes active and restorative asanas, pranayama, and therapeutic deep relaxation.

This workshop is suitable for yoga teachers and other professionals seeking to deepen their knowledge of easing depression and anxiety. An electronic booklet including how to practice yoga to help manage moods is included. Three Yoga Alliance CEU credits are available for registered yoga teachers.

Anatomy & Asana with Caitlin Goffman

Location: Chestnut
Date: Saturdays Dec. 17, Jan. 21, Feb. 18, March 4, April 8  

From: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm 
The more we practice asana, the more many of us become intrigued with anatomy. We find ourselves becoming more connected to it simply because the physical practice of yoga draws us into our own body. 
Join Caitlin, a 200-hour registered yoga teacher and certified athletic trainer licensed in Massachusetts, to explore anatomy as it relates to asana. Her unique perspective and ability to relate complex topics to the familiarity of asana is remarkable. 
We've broken the course into five different sessions, all meeting on Saturdays from 11:30 - 2pm. Register for one for $60 or all five for $269. 

The Shoulder, Feb. 26 (Sunday)
The Knee, March 4

The Hip, April 8
The Low Back, May 13



We shall not cease from exploration and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and to know that place for the first time.                             --TS Eliot