Larissa joins Ayurveda pioneer and best-selling author Dr. John Douillard for this exclusive online opportunity presented by Yoga Journal. Ayurveda is the sister science of yoga and an essential practice for all yogis. Presented in a simple way appropriate for all levels, yet full of depth, inspiration and practical tools to help you find balance, this is the ultimate 101 course in Ayurveda. Register for the full year or go season by season; you can go at your own pace and learn all about Ayurveda, the science of life. SAVE 25% with code "LARISSA"
Clear out the heaviness of winter in this weekend Ayurvedic cleanse. Larissa and her co-teacher, Erin Sprague, will lead you through Kapha balancing yoga sessions, uddiyana bandha kriya practice, kitchari mono diet, special Ayurvedic teas, and Ayurvedic information on how to balance yourself and rejuvenate for spring in a healthy way. Limited space: registration for both days required.
Bounce into spring with a purifying Ayurvedic morning yoga practice—including fiery twists, bhastrika, and agni sara!—to detoxify, boost metabolism, and reduce excess kapha dosha. Spend the afternoon lusciously rejuvenating the body with Ayurvedic self-care and beauty practices: Make your own Ayurvedic facewash, learn Ayurvedic diet and lifestyle practices for spring, practice a skin-softening abhyanga self-massage with organic oil from Banyan Botanicals, and end the day with a relaxing yoga nidra. Bliss is waiting for you: Give yourself the gift of Ayurvedic cleansing and rejuvenation, and emerge with a refreshed, relaxed afterglow! SAVE 15% on all YJ NYC tix with code "LARISSA"
A weekend of pranayama and meditation with Larissa for Ayurvedic Health Counselors in the Kripalu School of Ayurveda.
Larissa will be teaching daily yoga and mindful movement sessions for participants in the Residential Weeklong Retreat with Tara Brach and Jonathan Foust.
For Lotus Pond YTT students and open to the public. A prana-packed weekend of pranayama (yogic breathing techniques), including dirgha, ujjayi, kapalabhati, nadi shodhana, and sheetali.
* For Lotus Pond 300-hr YTT Students Only (Friday night "Intro to Ayurveda" dosha lecture open to public)
Join Larissa Carlson and Jonathan Foust for a daylong meditation retreat in DC.
Double the pleasure of a summer weekend in the Berkshires with this rewarding Kripalu-Tanglewood experience. Join Kripalu’s Larissa Hall Carlson and the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s (BSO) Marc Mandel to explore the striking parallels between yoga and music, discovering not only what draws us to music, but also how music draws us into an ever-deepening awareness of ourselves and our relationship with others. Registration includes free tickets to Tanglewood performances associated with the program.
* For Lotus Pond YTT students and open to public. A prana-packed weekend of pranayama (yogic breathing), including dirgha, ujjayi, kapalabhati, nadi shodhana, and sheetali.
* For Lotus Pond 300-hr YTT students only. Learn how to deepen your personal practice as well as safely teach pranayama in classes and private sessions. Includes anuloma viloma, bhastrika, bhramari, agni sara, and more!
New to meditation or looking to deepen your practice? This retreat is the perfect way to explore the later stages of the 8-limbed path of yoga without worry or fear of the unknown. The perfect "next step" for yogis who want a safe, compassionate, and accessible approach to meditation while also opening the doorway to deep experience. Includes meditation on breath, walking meditation, body scan meditation, and more! Pack a lunch for a shared silent mindful meal!
Join Larissa in TOKYO, JAPAN! This exceptional course deepens your knowledge of the relationship between yoga and Ayurveda, with classes focused on cultivating prana (life force), agni (inner fire), and ojas (vigor). You will have the opportunity to participate in daily sadhanas, carve silent time for self-study, and integrate your skills in insightful supervised practicums to enhance your teaching skills.
This exceptional course deepens your knowledge of the relationship between yoga and Ayurveda, with classes focused on cultivating prana (life force), agni (inner fire), and ojas (vigor). You will have the opportunity to participate in daily sadhanas, carve silent time for self-study, and integrate your skills in insightful supervised practicums to enhance your teaching skills. Opening weekend dosha philosophy taught by Dr. John Douillard, and the rest of the training taught by Larissa Hall Carlson.
Don't miss this opportunity to study yoga with Larissa in 2017 and 2018. The 2 (visits) x 12 (days each visit) format is perfect for working professionals who need to take vacation time in separate years or for those looking for some extra time to study, practice, digest and integrate the material of a 200-hr yoga teacher training.