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Jivasara Yoga 200 Hour
Testimonial from Robert Hawkins:
"I have heard about every YTT that it is transformational. I entered a cynic but was proved wrong. Taking Marni’s teacher training was the best thing I have ever done for myself. Period. If you are intending to become a Yoga Teacher, consider this; Today I had my first audition at a Yoga Studio and walked out as the Studio’s newest teacher. That’s the power of Marni’s teacher training – it prepares you to be a teacher out of the gate. Even before this audition I was already a substitute at two locations and am in discussions with another simply because they knew I was a Marni graduate. Marni’s training is a superb balance of philosophy, teaching skills, learning assists, and a fantastic anatomy teacher (Gina Schatz The Schatz Method) who is a Marni graduate herself. But the key is Marni herself. She holds the space and helps each of her students through the process of transformation, introspection, and personal growth. Her knowledge of yoga in all its aspects is truly inspirational. Whether you plan to teach or just want to deepen your practice, you simply cannot go wrong with Marni’s Yoga Teacher Training."
Aromatherapy & Kirtan
Marni Task’s Indu was born in a tiny 300 square foot apartment in New York City. Inspired by her students and teachers at Jivamukti Yoga Center, Marni began making Indu Lotion in 1998. Years later, we here at Indu remain inspired by all of our students and teachers. Our line now includes the incomparable Indu Body & Room Spray, as well as Indu Soap, a liquid body wash, bubble bath, and hand & face soap all rolled into one luxurious product.
Enchanted Hearts is pure positivity as conveyed through neo-kirtan. This seven member ensemble is sure to lift your spirits with a rich tapestry of soulful Veda inspired music.
“Kirtan is for all. There are no experts, no beginners. The practice itself is the teacher; guiding us to ourselves. Kirtan allows us to enter into a mystery world. We create a temple inside our hearts, a place of love, a place of just being.”
Photo Credit: Kayla Barnes
In 1987 as part of my acting training at NYU’s Experimental Theater Wing in Paris I was introduced to Yoga. A few years later I met my teacher Sharon Gannon and from that moment on I was hooked! I became a diehard Jivamukti yoga student, or as I like to say, “a trying to live softly, Jivamukti Yoga student!” I began teaching in 1995 and became a Certified Jivamukti Yoga Teacher in 1997. While teaching in the Hamptons I was introduced to Anusara Yoga. My first teachers were the amazing Doug Keller, Amy Ippoliti, Desiree Rumbaugh and Suzi Hurley. Then, after years of study with John Friend I became an Anusara Inspired Teacher...