I thought this dated list with location information might make it easier to find the best time/offering for you to join us.
Details are found under the Retreats or Workshops or Training Certification pages.
|July 28 – Aug 3, 2017||YoR weekend workshops and 7-day Immersion (starts with Free Intro Eve, 7/28/17, 7-9pm)||Soul of Yoga, Encinitas, San Diego, CA|
|Aug 6-16, 2017||Ayurveda & Yoga Certificate Course||Grass Valley, CA|
|Aug 17-20, 2017||YoR 4-day Retreat||Grass Valley, CA|
|Aug 17-27, 2017||YoR 10-day Immersion / Training Certification||Grass Valley, CA|
|Aug 25–27, 2016||Ayurveda Weekend||Grass Valley, CA|
|Sep 28-29, 2017||Inner Peace Yoga Therapy||Austin, TX|
|Oct 1-5, 2017||Moments of Change Conference,
Durga teaches early morning yoga session and evening Yoga Nidra iRest for conference delegates
|The Breakers, Palm Beach, FL|
|Oct 6-8, 2017||YoR weekend Retreat||AYI, Salt Springs, FL|
|Oct 6-15, 2017||YoR 10-day Immersion / Certificate Course
|AYI, Salt Springs, FL|
|October 23 – 26, 2017
|Multiple Pathways of Recovery Conference
Durga will present at 9am and 3.30pm on Weds Oct 25th. https://www.ccarconference.org
|Punta Gorda, FL
|28 Jan – 24 Feb, 2018||YoR Detox Retreat, by invitation only||India|
|April 23-29, 2018||Yoga of Recovery 6 Tenets Practice Experience / Retreat
|Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas|
|April 30-May 6, 2018||Yoga of Recovery – Between the Mat & the Meeting (Ayurveda for Addictions)||Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas|
|May 7-10, 2018||Recovery Symposium with Sat Dharam Kaur, Dr Ramkumar Kutty, Scott Kiloby and Durga Leela||Nassau, Bahamas|
By Donation. Open to all
INDIVIDUAL CONSULTATIONS with Durga by appointment on Monday June 19, $175 for 60 minutes, space limited, advance appointment required, call 310-822-YOGA (9642)
6 pm, “Yoga of Recovery: The Roots of our Addictive Behaviors”
Foundations Recovery Netowk host conferences that feature the latest in behavioral health education. Experts from all over the country provide unique workshops and keynote presentations on a variety of treatment subjects.
Yoga of Recovery is invited each year to offer conference participants a chance to experience the CARE of the behavioral health field. We teach a morning gentle stretch/yoga session on the beach and evening Yoga Nidra and Transformational Breathing (with Giri). It is a great honor to be at the Breakers again this year – we use pool towels for daily practice on the beach – bring comfortable clothes.
Lasting change doesn’t happen overnight, but there are key moments that turn the tide. Those battling co-occurring disorders often experience life-changing breakthroughs with the help of treatment professionals, programs and committed individuals. The Moments of Change conference is committed to preparing you for those breakthroughs with information on the latest innovations and knowledge about time-tested methods that continue to deliver results. Patients aren’t the only ones who will benefit. Behavioral healthcare’s premier educational event holds revelations for conference participants as well. Our industry is constantly changing and growing, so it’s important to stay up-to-date on new developments and directions. Attendees also leave inspired, bringing a renewed passion to the lifesaving work of treating patients with addiction and mental health conditions. Businesses will discover concrete ideas for running their businesses more efficiently and effectively, finding new ways to work together as they develop new relationships. As we take a fresh look at proven treatment methods and innovative intervention approaches, everyone will walk away better prepared to work with even the most resistant patients and their families. In the end, our goal is to make sure that real moments of change continue to change lives.
The conference will be held at the Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center, 75 Taylor Street, Punta Gorda, FL 33950
This conference is designed to educate us all on the many different pathways that people achieve recovery in modern times. These are methods, practices, rituals, programs, belief systems that foster long-term recovery. Pathways of recovery are not triggers or events that lead to someone initiating recovery (things like a car accident, the birth of a child, getting arrested, divorce, loss of a job, etc. These would be considered pathways to recovery – amazing what one simple preposition can do, isn’t it?
Together, we will explore Multiple Pathways of Recovery that maintain and sustain recovery. Participants will attend keynotes and presentations on the many pathways individuals sustain recovery. See featured pathways.
CCAR is an approved training provider by the CT Certification Board (CCB) and will be offering 15 CEU credits. Presenters include: