25 Hours | Thai & Fly
March 4-6, 2022
Hours (all in Eastern): Friday 5-9pm, Saturday 8am-8pm, Sunday 8am-5pm
With Mercedes Ani
Hot Asana Yoga Studio (10 Camelia Way in downtown Southern Pines)
This module will include:
-Learning a variety of Assisted Thai Yoga techniques (for the practice of incorporating proper touch during therapeutic poses and transitions in Partner Yoga) in the following positions: supine, side lying, prone and seated
-Practicing Giving Assisted Thai Yoga
-Receiving Assisted Thai Yoga
-Practicing therapeutic postures to provide healing and relaxation, cultivating in trust, and the ability to let go of control
-Thai and Fly: partner yoga sequences that incorporate stretching and letting go while suspended in the air and being supported by a partner
$250 deposit paid upon registration to secure your spot.
Deposit and payments are non-transferable and non-refundable.
Tuition to be paid in full one week from the start of training.
Hours can be used towards a 300 hour certificate through Hot Asana Yoga University or towards Yoga Alliance continuing education requirements. (Please note that this course is not designed for receiving any massage or bodywork credits but rather to learn techniques for appropriate, therapeutic touch while practicing yoga with a partner. The continuing education credit hours will be given through Yoga Alliance.)
Advanced Reiki Master Teacher, Experienced Yoga Teacher (500hr ERYT), Continuing Education Provider for Yoga Alliance (YACEP), Certified AcroYoga Teacher, Meditation Teacher, Thai Massage and Bodywork Certified, PED Yoga Instructor, International Wellness Retreats & Yoga Teacher Training Facilitator, and Owner of Healing Arts with Mercedes LLC
My passion is to help others heal through yoga, reiki, AcroYoga, Thai Yoga, meditation and educational wellness workshops and retreats. My own journey with yoga inspired me to deepen my practice and to then share my passion for this practice with others on their journey. As a teacher, I encourage students to turn inward during their practice to experience self inquiry, getting comfortable outside of their comfort zone, and to be an observer of their bodies and minds. My mission is to create a safe space for creative exploration. I aim to cater to the physical needs of the students while making sure to deliver a practice that intends to unify the mind, body, and soul in a safe and supportive environment. My intention is to inspire learning and growth in the practice and for students to leave feeling better than when they arrived.