Holiday Sale - Tibetan Singing Bowls
Next held on Mon, Dec 18, 2017 at 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
This enrollment runs from Mon Dec 18, 2017 - Mon Dec 25, 2017
Looking for a unique Holiday Gift? Take advantage of our discounts on hand crafted Tibetan Singing Bowls. This discount will end on Christmas Day.
Contact us and set up a time to explore, play and connect with the Tibetan Singing Bowl that is calling you.
Large Tibetan Singing Bowls - 20% off (only 7 left) Lingam Tibetan Singing Bowls - 10% off (only 2 left) Medium Tibetan Singing Bowls - 10% off (only 10 left)
Lingam Singing Bowls are without doubt the rarest of all Tibetan singing bowls. They are also among the oldest, with some dating back to at least the 16th century. They were made for ritual and ceremonial use, and have an amazing purity of sound. Named after the male principle, they are easily identified by a conical protrusion, the lingam, in the centre of the basin. This is usually matched by a navel-like impression on the flat underside when the bowl is turned over.
Heartsaver CPR/AED, First Aid Certification
Sat, Dec 30, 2017 at 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Yogis, Teachers, Psychologists, Licensed Massage Therapists, Group Trainers, Healers, Child & Adult Caretakers, and Peeps who love people.
American Heart Association Course Curriculum: Adult/Child CPR and Choking, Infant CPR and Choking, Adult/Child CPR with Mask, Infant CPR with Mask Defibrillation
John has been teaching over 25 years and knows the importance of making the classroom interesting and yes, even fun for participants. He guarantees that you will leave the classroom confident in your skills and grateful there was no pressure from their instructor. Prior to starting his own business, he was Supervisor of Instruction for the American Red Cross in Philadelphia and a professional E.M.T. and firefighter for over 20 years.
John is the owner of Safety OutSourcing. He teaches CPR/AED and first aid throughout Southeastern and Central Pennsylvania. Many organizations in your community call on him for safety training including PennDOT, Pennsylvania State Parks, Naval Support Activity, KinderCare, PA Mentor (foster care), nursing homes, construction companies and large and small industry & commercial businesses.
Honors and Awards: Keystone STARS - Instructor certification PQAS # SD1488000, Statewide ITQ Contractor with the Department of General Service, Governor's Award for Safety Training, American Heart Association Instructor American Red Cross Instructor
Dr. Gloria Kaye is a woman on a mission. She is dedicated to enlightening the public about energetic healing, and believes that her treatments effectively complement both alternative and medical models of treatment.
About Dr. Kaye An energy specialist, hands-on healer, author, teacher and pioneer of yoga therapy for the past 30 years, Dr. Gloria Kaye has “touched” the lives of thousands of clients. Working in conjunction with physicians and healthcare practitioners, Dr. Kaye has built a successful practice in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. her clients include well-known personalities, professional athletes, business executives, senior citizens, families and young children. In the early 1980s, Dr. Kaye received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and Health Psychology, and proceeded to develop and administer a holistic center for senior citizens. Part of her dissertation was reprinted in the Clinical Journal of Gerontology, and since then, has taught yoga at several universities.
Dr. Kaye has integrated pain management and healing into her practice in the the early 1990s, working alongside physicians in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. She has lectured on the Healing Touch to first year medical students at UCLA School of Medicine. Through the combination of hand-on healing and the practical application of yoga to medical complaints (yoga therapeutics), Dr. Kaye has successfully treated clients with various medical conditions including arthritis, backaches, migraines, muscle pain, inflammation, sprains, scoliosis and tendonitis. Her comprehensive approach to each case produces dramatic changes in an individual’s mobility, strength, flexibility and overall health. She also has treated clients in the cancer unit at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, and travels extensively to visit her clients, both locally and internationally.
Yoga Therapeutics for Acute and Chronic Conditions
Sun, Jan 28, 2018 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Please join us for a daylong workshop with this gifted teacher. This workshop is suitable for yoga teachers, practitioners and individuals who have particular issues that may be corrected through Yoga Therapeutics.
Curriculum: 10:00 am - Introductions 10:30 am - Gentle yoga stretches for waking up the back. 11:00 am - Partner work and learn gentle traction techniques. 11:30 am - Using slow movement and how to release tension in the neck. 12:00 pm - A powerful intervention for correcting imbalances in the slope of the shoulders. Partner work, learn how to use the yoga mudra for release in the shoulders. 12:30 pm - Lunch 1:00 pm - Correcting scoliosis using bolsters, stabilizing the hips using blocks. 2:00 pm - Using blocks to open the chest, partner work to elongate the spine and open the chest. 2:30 pm - Reducing arthritis in the knees. 3:00 pm - Correcting problems with the feet including bunions and balance issues.
3:30 pm - Digestive complaints. 4:00 pm - Integration of material presented. 4:30 pm to 5:00 pm - Summary and questions.
The last 50 years, Dr. Gloria Kaye has had a daily practice of yoga. She remembers the days in which yogurt was mistaken for Yoga. Now that Yoga is a popular discipline, she is able to share her years of experience with us.
Dr. Kaye has introduced her concepts worldwide; she has conducted workshops in Barcelona, Costa Rica, Belgium, Ecuador, and England. Her approach to yoga is based on traditional asanas however, she has tailored the implementation of the practices to meet the needs of her students.
She has been a pioneer in the application of Yoga to various challenges. Her doctoral dissertation was titled Yoga Therapeutics and addressed addiction, sexual dysfunction, anxiety, depression, and environmental illness. As a pioneer she frequently found herself many years ahead of her time. For instance, an additional doctoral dissertation on the effects of Yoga on a depressed institutionalized Geriatric sample did not please her dissertation committee and they did not pass this dissertation. Ironically, parts of the dissertation were published in the Journal of Gerontology.
Dr. Kaye is a published author and in the past had been a frequent contributor to the Yoga Journal. She has also published in professional journals and numerous articles in lay publications.
In the late 70s she was the principal investigator for a federally funded research project. With a staff of eight Yoga teachers, 240 individuals were serviced with her particular approach to Yoga. The results of the study showed that students used less drugs and an improved use of leisure time.
In the mid-80s she hosted a TV show called Yoga Therapeutics. Her guests presented challenging issues and together developed a useful protocol to correct the disturbing issues. Her guests included students with a learning disabilities, 90-year-old with arthritic issues and an amputee who struggled with structural imbalances.