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September 2017

Y12SR 2nd Annual Retreat and Summit

September 8, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - September 10, 2017 @ 12:30 pm
Art of Living Retreat Center, Boone, NC United States + Google Map

The mission of the Y12SR Summit is to further educate, empower, inspire, and celebrate the movement for relapse prevention and sustainable addiction recovery using yoga and its practices. We welcome all current Y12SR leaders and those interested in knowing more about Y12SR global movement for an exciting weekend summit. The Y12SR Summit includes: Review of the Y12SR framework and how it addresses the addiction pandemic Deepening the conversation between yoga and the 12 Steps Best practices from Y12SR leaders in…

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October 2017
$30

Compassion Fatigue, Relapse and the Role of Resilience with Kyczy Hawk

October 10, 2017
Online (Anywhere),

This webinar will introduce the qualities and challenges of compassion fatigue and relapse. It will also provide an understanding of the types and importance of developing resilience to allow for a safe landing from over-DOing. You will be given some practical tools to identify the conditions and to enrich your restorative practices. This event runs from 1-2:30pm eastern. Webinar is recorded and a link is made available to all paid participants to view on your own time. Must view links…

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November 2017

Breaking Barriers Training in Virginia

November 3, 2017 - November 5, 2017
Project Yoga Richmond, 6517 Dickens Pl
Richmond, VA 23230 United States
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IN THIS WEEKEND WORKSHOP, WE WILL USE LECTURE, DISCUSSION, EXPERIENTIAL EXERCISES AND THE TOOLS OF YOGA (INCLUDING ASANA, PRANAYAMA, MEDITATION AND CHANTING) TO: ● Examine the roots of codependency ● Identify personal samskaras – the habit patterns that alter our thinking ● Explore tools for healing through a process of awareness, self-love and creativity At its heart, codependency has to do with our search for our true selves. When we find our true Self and connect it with some bigger…

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$30

Forgive: Get out of Jail Free with Dr Melody Moore

November 14, 2017
Online (Anywhere),

This webinar is designed to liberate you from the resentment and shame that bind you in the past. Forgiveness is a process, and a practice. One worth every ounce of effort. We get seduced into believing that it is easier to hold onto anger and guilt than to work through it, but the effort to stay inside those feelings is actually much more difficult and toxic than the strength it takes to let go. No one benefits from you being…

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Compassionate or Codependent: The Wisdom To Know The Difference with Nikki Myers

November 29, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Online (Anywhere),

Compassion is the heart of sustainable service. Literally translated ‘suffering with’, compassion goes beyond feeling another’s suffering to actively mitigating it. Codependence has been defined as ‘the dis-ease of the lost self’. It becomes problematic when we consciously or subconsciously seek something outside as a way to sidestep looking inside. The line between the two can be fuzzy and confusing. When service or activism comes from codependence it becomes what Buddhist teacher Chogyam Trungpa calls ‘Idiot Compassion’ or compassion with…

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December 2017

Harmonious Holidays: a webinar with Dana Walters

December 12, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Online (Anywhere),

The holidays can be a tricky time for those on a recovery path, with increased family time, often-heightened expectations, and many festive events full of triggers and temptations. Join Dana Walters for an exploration of pranayama, meditation, and intention-setting practices to help ground you, protect your recovery, and maintain harmony and balance. Useful for yoga teachers, Y12SR space holders, and anyone on a path of recovery.

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Y12SR Breaking Barriers with Nikki Myers

December 15, 2017 - December 17, 2017
Indiana Yoga Studio, 116 North Lebanon St
Lebanon, IN 46052 United States
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Codependency has been described as the addiction to look elsewhere. The belief that something outside of ourselves, people, places, things, behaviors or experiences will bring fulfillment and joy. This is not only the most common addiction, but also the base out of which all other addictions and compulsions arise. Codependency is often expressed as the need to control or be controlled, to seek approval, or to avoid confrontation. Codependents may struggle with experiencing appropriate levels of self-esteem, setting functional boundaries,…

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January 2018

Y O G I N I with Nikki Myers

January 6
CITYOGA, 2442 Central Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46205 United States
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In order to uncover, discover and ground in who we are, it is sometime necessary to dive into our own depth, to leave the safety of roles, and descend into our feelings and values. From this deep place, who we truly are is revealed and the person that emerges is new. From that depth of feeling we touch a different way of being and when we return we know that we can change the world. Inspired by work with many…

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March 2018

Yoga for Personal Integration with Aruni Futuronsky & Nikki Myers

March 7 - March 28
Online (Anywhere),

Join Aruni Fruturonsky and Nikki Myers for an innovative 4 week web-based coaching program, deeply focused on healing codependency.  Sometimes called ‘the addiction to looking elsewhere, codependency is an often misunderstood term that is ultimately the belief that something outside of ourselves can make us whole. Using the ancient teachings and practices of yoga and the practical tools of 12-step programs as an anchor, this coaching curriculum leads to reclaiming the lost parts of ourselves. It remind us that peace…

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May 2018

Namaste Muthaf$#ka ©

May 8 - May 15
Online (Anywhere),

Often used as a greeting, one translation of the Sanskrit word namaste’ is “the good, God, divine light in me honors the same in you.” But, what if Namaste’ is more than a greeting. What if Namaste’ is a way of life, a way of being. What if Namaste is a verb? And, if it is a verb, how can it possibly become actionable in the face of domestic violence, addiction, racism, sexual abuse, sexism, death. Is it possible to…

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