Workshops, Classes, & Events
My workshops are an opportunity to merge yoga therapeutics with Eastern and Western psychology. This is the wave of the future and yet this style of somatic (body based) teaching is still rare. I provide you with tools for transformation as well as worksheets to continue the practice in your daily life.
All workshops include approximately 75 minutes of yoga/movement in addition to approximately 45 minutes of education & discussion.
Please wear yoga clothing.
UPCOMING WORKSHOPs OFFERED:
I'm excited to be presenting at this event hosted by the MN Women in Psychology!
March 29th 8:30-12:30 3 Continuing ed credits provided
A Sampling of Past Workshops:
The dark days of winter can be challenging for many of us. Perhaps your spirit drains, you become less active, and you're less compassionate with yourself about how to manage. This workshop will explore tools to survive and thrive in the winter by blending yoga, breathing, mindfulness, and neuroscience. $40
Register here: goo.gl/zmCHaz
Let’s Talk About Sex!
Join sex therapist and yoga teacher Dr. Rachel Allyn at this fun and educational pop-up event for women to learn how to enhance their sensuality and sexuality across the lifespan. Dr. Allyn will field all your questions (from an anonymous question box) after you’ve had time to sip on some bubbly and fresh juices, while perusing all the gorgeous lingerie at upscale Flirt Boutique. Grab your girlfriends and make this a group event!
Thursday September 28th, 2017
177 Snelling Avenue North, St. Paul
Food, Mood & You:
Yoga & Holistic Psychology for a Peaceful Relationship with Food
4 Week Series on Thursday nights: September 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th, 2016
7:15-8:45pm Yoga Center of Minneapolis, St. Louis Park location 952.345.1953
$120 (breakdown of $30 per class for yoga, education and individualized e-coaching in between sessions) Register Here
Allow the yoga mat to be a place to explore and find peace in your relationship with food and your body. We’ll learn how to tolerate and manage our emotions to prevent turning to food to numb or distract. Through conscious and intuitive eating habits we will find ways to optimize mental and physical energy and maintain a balanced mood. Our focus is on breaking the stress/food cycle, becoming more mindful and “attention-full” with eating, and learning ways to use the body as a resource for understanding the emotional cycle as it relates to behaviors around food. This series combines education in neuroscience, buddhist psychology, yoga and breathing exercises to address the issue holistically. *Worksheets and personalized e-coaching in between sessions are provided. Email me with questions about this multi-faceted course : DrRachelAllyn@gmail.com
Weekly Drop In Yoga Class for MEN
Wednesdays, 6-7am, Linden Hills neighborhood of Minneapolis $12
This class is designed specifically for men, accommodating their particular patterns in body alignment, flexibility and musculature.
Jumpstart your day, get a nice workout, have fun and connect with other men who understand the abundance of physical and mental benefits from yoga.
Contact Rachel for location specifics – DrRachelAllyn@gmail.com
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