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Deepening the Practice (Yoga): A Journey into You (3 Parts) 2012
July 6, 2012 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
with Gloria Baraquio
Part I: Why Yoga? Friday, July 6th 6:30 -9:00 pm
Part II: Knowing Your Dharma Saturday,July 7th 11:30 am -2:00 pm
Part III: Committing to the Work Saturday, July 7th 3:30 -6:00 pm
$108 for all three sessions, or $40 per sessionSign Up Now!
While much of our yoga practice is physical, the true and lasting benefits are mental, emotional, and spiritual. In this workshop with educator, TV producer, and performer Gloria Baraquio, you will find the relationship between your asana practice and your life outside the studio. Through self-reflection, meditation, and practice, you will find how yoga can transform your relationships, your beliefs about yourself, and the choices you make everyday. Gloria will take you on an adventure into yourself where you can find out what drives you, what inspires you, and how you can live your highest self.
Gloria Baraquio found yoga in 2003 when she decided to take life one breath at a time. Two years later, she began teaching yoga on the Big Island in fitness clubs and studios, while working as a Language Arts high school teacher. In 2007, she evolved into teaching Yoga at a Pahoa charter school, where teenage students explored yoga history, philosophy, nutrition, asana, meditation, and self-reflection. She began teaching all ages of students by bringing yoga to elementary schools and UH Hilo. Returning to her hometown Honolulu in 2010, Gloria continued to share her practice with all parts of the community, from elementary schools, high schools, community centers, private homes, and yoga studios. She is currently the Yoga and Digital Media Teacher at Hawaii Technology Academy charter school, and she is a co-host, writer, and producer for “Living Local” on KFVE. She recently began teaching Aerial Yoga at Still & Moving Center. Gloria turns to yoga to ground her, guide her, and empower her in all that she does, and she seeks to make the practice accessible and relevant to anyone seeking personal growth. Gloria’s passion is performing arts, and she will begin her MFA in Contemporary Performance at Naropa University this Fall.