Yoga Hohm
Yoga & Massage in Downtown Delavan, WI

Special Events

Free 200 hr Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies Information Session
Mar
23
12:00 PM12:00

Free 200 hr Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies Information Session

A discussion of the upcoming Yoga Hohm 200 hour Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies syllabus followed by the opportunity to ask questions.

The Yoga Hohm 200 hour Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies promotional info:

Yoga Asana
This portion will cover the fundamentals of gentle/restorative, beginner and intermediate asanas (poses). Students will learn about alignment of poses, injury prevention, energetic actions, benefits and contraindications. Categories include standing poses, seated poses, backbends, inversions, and restorative poses

The Art of Teaching
This portion will focus on learning how to develop sequences for gentle, beginner and intermediate class, including modifications for injuries and special populations, hands-on adjustments, use of props for modifications, breath and bandhas. cueing for transitions coming into and out of the poses.

Ayurveda and Yogic Lifestyle
This course is designed to be a comprehensive study of Ayurveda and yogic diet. It will provide an understanding of the three doshas, or fundamental energies, vata, pitta and kapha. Students will learn ancient Ayurvedic principles to enhance the immune system, develop stronger digestion, decrease stress, increase vigor and remove toxins.
Students will be given tools to find better health and balance using foods, herbs, exercise, rest and behaviors based on one’s natural constitution (body and personality type).

Anatomy and Physiology
The focus of this portion will be learning applicable anatomy and physiology as it relates to yoga. Students will learn the actions of joints and muscles and how to apply this knowledge to injury prevention, alignment and deepening in yoga asanas (poses). This course will also touch on the digestive and nervous systems as they relate to yoga.

Yoga History and Philosophy
This history portion of this section covers the origins of yoga, key sages who developed and passed down the practice
The philosophy portion covers Samkhya philosophy (the foundation for yoga and Ayurveda), the Vedas, the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, the 8 Limbs of Yoga (steps to reach bliss), Pranayama (breath practice), mantras, the four paths of yoga (raja, karma, bhakti, jnana and many other aspects of yoga philosophy

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Gongtopia
Mar
30
1:00 PM13:00

Gongtopia

Check out Michael’s Youtube page

I’m a storyteller. I tell stories with percussion. I use different sounds that will bring up memories, so the stories I tell, are your own stories, the stories you live.

Remember the sound of your grandma’s music box, the wind outside your window, or the busy street where you grew up? These are the type of sound stories that I tell. I use sound to connect you to memories. I’m a storyteller.

I have been researching and performing for over 40 years. Every day is different, every session is different, and all of the wonderful people I connect with are different. So I don't work from a script. The Universe is fluid. What works one day, may not work the next. It's important for me to work in the moment.

$25 by 3/27, $30 after

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Yoga for the Pelvic Floor
Apr
20
12:00 PM12:00

Yoga for the Pelvic Floor

Every person of every age has a pelvic floor. This diamond-shaped set of muscles lies at the base of the torso and supports our internal organs. If these muscles are either too tight or too weak, we can experience problems with digestion, elimination, and/or sexual functioning.

This workshop will help you understand why pelvic floor health matters and how to maintain optimal pelvic floor health. Participants will engage in specific practices to access, tone and stretch their pelvic floor muscles. Reference materials for use after the workshop will be provided. This workshop is open to anyone age 16 and over; wear comfortable loose clothing and bring a yoga mat.

This workshop is suitable for men and women.

Cindy Conlon has over 500 hours of yoga teacher training (White Lotus in Santa Barbara, CA, and Yogaview in Chicago,IL)

and has studied with Leslie Howard, the author of Pelvic Liberation and a national expert in pelvic floor health. Leslie has developed Pelvic Floor Yoga, a program that aims to normalize the conversation around pelvic wellness.

This workshop will draw on Leslie’s insights as well as Cindy’s experience and knowledge, introducing the key yoga postures and breathing techniques that awaken and heal the muscles around the pelvis.

$30 by 4/17, $35 after

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How to Move Your Asana: Classical Sun Salutations
May
18
12:00 PM12:00

How to Move Your Asana: Classical Sun Salutations

This is a series of workshops designed to give you a better understanding of the poses and sequences offered in asana (asana means pose) classes. Poses will be broken down to understand musculoskeletal anatomy – which muscles should be contracting and which should be lengthening, which joints should be involved and which should not, which direction body parts should be moving or not moving and why, and so on. You will also learn about the benefits and contraindications for each pose, and modifications will be given for individual needs. Plus, you will be able to apply the knowledge you obtain to many other similar poses not covered in the workshop.

This particular workshop will focus on classical sun salutations. What is the difference between classical sun salutations and modern sun salutations? What are the benefits of classical sun salutations? How do you do those tricky transitions, like downward dog to a low lunge, or plank to ashtanga namaskar? You will learn lots of tricks for those difficult transitions, and how to modify for different conditions like shoulder injuries, tight hamstrings, wrist issues and more.

Each 2.5 hour workshop will include warm up, discussion, practice and Q&A. Participants will be emailed handouts to use during the workshops. You can choose to print them or be eco-friendly and view them on your electronic devices.

A regular practice is recommended for this series of workshops however it is not required for most of them (with the exception of arm balances and inversions). Come dressed to move and bring pen and paper if you'd like to take notes.

Yoga teachers: This workshop counts as 2.5 contact hours with the Yoga Alliance. Please check the flyer for each individual workshop for the YACEP designation as many of these workshops will count as contact hours.

$30 by 5/16, $35 after

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Free 200 hr Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies Information Session
Mar
2
12:00 PM12:00

Free 200 hr Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies Information Session

A discussion of the upcoming Yoga Hohm 200 hour Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies syllabus followed by the opportunity to ask questions.

The Yoga Hohm 200 hour Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies promotional info:

Yoga Asana
This portion will cover the fundamentals of gentle/restorative, beginner and intermediate asanas (poses). Students will learn about alignment of poses, injury prevention, energetic actions, benefits and contraindications. Categories include standing poses, seated poses, backbends, inversions, and restorative poses

The Art of Teaching
This portion will focus on learning how to develop sequences for gentle, beginner and intermediate class, including modifications for injuries and special populations, hands-on adjustments, use of props for modifications, breath and bandhas. cueing for transitions coming into and out of the poses.

Ayurveda and Yogic Lifestyle
This course is designed to be a comprehensive study of Ayurveda and yogic diet. It will provide an understanding of the three doshas, or fundamental energies, vata, pitta and kapha. Students will learn ancient Ayurvedic principles to enhance the immune system, develop stronger digestion, decrease stress, increase vigor and remove toxins.
Students will be given tools to find better health and balance using foods, herbs, exercise, rest and behaviors based on one’s natural constitution (body and personality type).

Anatomy and Physiology
The focus of this portion will be learning applicable anatomy and physiology as it relates to yoga. Students will learn the actions of joints and muscles and how to apply this knowledge to injury prevention, alignment and deepening in yoga asanas (poses). This course will also touch on the digestive and nervous systems as they relate to yoga.

Yoga History and Philosophy
This history portion of this section covers the origins of yoga, key sages who developed and passed down the practice
The philosophy portion covers Samkhya philosophy (the foundation for yoga and Ayurveda), the Vedas, the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, the 8 Limbs of Yoga (steps to reach bliss), Pranayama (breath practice), mantras, the four paths of yoga (raja, karma, bhakti, jnana and many other aspects of yoga philosophy.

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Free Yoga Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies Info Session
Feb
15
1:30 PM13:30

Free Yoga Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies Info Session

A discussion of the upcoming Yoga Hohm 200 hour Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies syllabus followed by the opportunity to ask questions.

The Yoga Hohm 200 hour Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies promotional info:

Yoga Asana
This portion will cover the fundamentals of gentle/restorative, beginner and intermediate asanas (poses). Students will learn about alignment of poses, injury prevention, energetic actions, benefits and contraindications. Categories include standing poses, seated poses, backbends, inversions, and restorative poses

The Art of Teaching
This portion will focus on learning how to develop sequences for gentle, beginner and intermediate class, including modifications for injuries and special populations, hands-on adjustments, use of props for modifications, breath and bandhas. cueing for transitions coming into and out of the poses.

Ayurveda and Yogic Lifestyle
This course is designed to be a comprehensive study of Ayurveda and yogic diet. It will provide an understanding of the three doshas, or fundamental energies, vata, pitta and kapha. Students will learn ancient Ayurvedic principles to enhance the immune system, develop stronger digestion, decrease stress, increase vigor and remove toxins.
Students will be given tools to find better health and balance using foods, herbs, exercise, rest and behaviors based on one’s natural constitution (body and personality type).

Anatomy and Physiology
The focus of this portion will be learning applicable anatomy and physiology as it relates to yoga. Students will learn the actions of joints and muscles and how to apply this knowledge to injury prevention, alignment and deepening in yoga asanas (poses). This course will also touch on the digestive and nervous systems as they relate to yoga.

Yoga History and Philosophy
This history portion of this section covers the origins of yoga, key sages who developed and passed down the practice
The philosophy portion covers Samkhya philosophy (the foundation for yoga and Ayurveda), the Vedas, the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, the 8 Limbs of Yoga (steps to reach bliss), Pranayama (breath practice), mantras, the four paths of yoga (raja, karma, bhakti, jnana and many other aspects of yoga philosophy.

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Free Yoga Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies Info Session
Feb
2
12:00 PM12:00

Free Yoga Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies Info Session

A discussion of the upcoming Yoga Hohm 200 hour Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies syllabus followed by the opportunity to ask questions.

The Yoga Hohm 200 hour Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Studies promotional info:

Yoga Asana
This portion will cover the fundamentals of gentle/restorative, beginner and intermediate asanas (poses). Students will learn about alignment of poses, injury prevention, energetic actions, benefits and contraindications. Categories include standing poses, seated poses, backbends, inversions, and restorative poses

The Art of Teaching
This portion will focus on learning how to develop sequences for gentle, beginner and intermediate class, including modifications for injuries and special populations, hands-on adjustments, use of props for modifications, breath and bandhas. cueing for transitions coming into and out of the poses.

Ayurveda and Yogic Lifestyle
This course is designed to be a comprehensive study of Ayurveda and yogic diet. It will provide an understanding of the three doshas, or fundamental energies, vata, pitta and kapha. Students will learn ancient Ayurvedic principles to enhance the immune system, develop stronger digestion, decrease stress, increase vigor and remove toxins.
Students will be given tools to find better health and balance using foods, herbs, exercise, rest and behaviors based on one’s natural constitution (body and personality type).

Anatomy and Physiology
The focus of this portion will be learning applicable anatomy and physiology as it relates to yoga. Students will learn the actions of joints and muscles and how to apply this knowledge to injury prevention, alignment and deepening in yoga asanas (poses). This course will also touch on the digestive and nervous systems as they relate to yoga.

Yoga History and Philosophy
This history portion of this section covers the origins of yoga, key sages who developed and passed down the practice
The philosophy portion covers Samkhya philosophy (the foundation for yoga and Ayurveda), the Vedas, the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, the 8 Limbs of Yoga (steps to reach bliss), Pranayama (breath practice), mantras, the four paths of yoga (raja, karma, bhakti, jnana and many other aspects of yoga philosophy

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