The Heart of Practice Conference: Asana and Beyond brings together master teachers Rod Stryker, Sally Kempton, Doug Keller, Cyndi Lee, and Gary Kraftsow. Their collective knowledge provides a road map for how you can use your practice to create personal transformation on the levels of the mind, body, and spirit.
This online conference was filmed live and consists of five inspiring workshops that integrate both lecture and practice. This is a multifaceted experience that includes more than just asana, encompassing anatomy, mantra, meditation, chanting, and pranayama practices. It also includes an exclusive panel discussion where the presenters offer their perspectives on contemporary issues in the yoga world.
Doug’s yoga journey includes 14 years of practicing in Siddha Yoga ashrams, intensive training in the Iyengar and Anusara methods, and nearly a decade of teaching in the U.S. and abroad.
“The self of every human being, the self of every being, is equally divine.” —Doug Keller
Rod is widely recognized as one of the country’s leading authorities on the ancient traditions of yoga, tantra, and meditation. He has trained teachers for over 35 years and currently leads retreats, workshops, and trainings worldwide.
“Yoga is revealing the deeper truth and essence of what it is that we truly seek in our hearts.” —Rod Stryker
Sally received intensive training in the texts of Vedanta, yoga, and the north Indian tantric tradition of Kashmir Shaivism, and taught courses around the world. She currently leads workshops, retreats, teleclasses and has written two books, “The Heart of Meditation” and “Awakening Shakti”.
“Find in every experience the path that turns you back to the Self.” —Sally Kempton
Gary has been a pioneer in the transmission of yoga for health, healing, and personal transformation for over 40 years and is known as a leading expert in yoga therapy.
“The job of a good teacher is to help uncover the treasure that is already inside of you.” —Gary Kraftsow
Cyndi Lee is one of the first female Western yoga teachers to fully integrate yoga asana and Tibetan Buddhism in her practice and teaching. She’s been teaching yoga for 40 years and meditation for over 20 years.
“Yoga is a vehicle to connecting to your basic goodness.” —Cyndi Lee
Yoga Alliance requires all yoga teachers to accumulate at least 30 hours of continuing education every three years. 20 online hours are allowed to count toward this requirement.
Fulfilling 15 of these study hours is as easy as logging into the Yoga Alliance website and entering your hours after you’ve completed The Heart of Practice Conference: Asana and Beyond. Continue your yoga education with this course and more from the Yoga International library!