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LEARNING TO USE YOURSELF AND THE WORLD AROUND YOU WELL: A Katonah Yoga Workshop
Learning to use yourself and the world around you well
w/ Senior Katonah Yoga Instructor Ivy Ray

Cost: $45 Pre-register / $60 Day of
Time: 2:00-4:00pm

Your body is where Everything lives, happens+thrives. Join us as we grow/build a more safe, sane, functional you, a viable, worthy container for all of what you are. 

From the pragmatic mysticism of TAO and the intelligence and medicine of the seasons to the skillful manipulation of time and personal space, we will orient and organize via Nevine Michans territorial mapped wisdom, work with math, pattern, measure, form, fit and function, distilling this and more into pragmatic tools and techniques which bring it all into You, where it is designed to be Worn, Used, Lived and in time Embodied. 

Individual/Communal practice for Personal/Universal Well-Being. 

This workshop is for teachers and new students alike. EVERYONE IS WELCOME.

Hours are bankable toward your Katonah Yoga Certification.

Ivy Ray began working w/ Nevine Michaan in 1998 and was certified in her then 3 yr program in 2001. Ivy is a Mother, native New Yorker, singer, formerly signed recording artist, voice over talent, published songwriter and consultant. Her primary blueprints are Tao, Katonah Yoga and Ken Wilber’s Integral Theory. For 2 decades Ivy's focus has largely been private instruction and systematic intimate groups. Her teaching has spanned from elites in business, sports, literature, music and the arts, much therapeutics and all the lovely in between. Ivy has re-emerged as a unique voice in teacher trainings, general class, workshops and sound meditations.

Ivy’s life and teaching is continually informed by the magic and wisdom of what has been, practicing and facilitating this work, the privilege and great joy of her son and the daily grace, grit and beauty of all things life. Ivy resides in NYC and The Hudson River Valley.

https://www.katonahyoga.com/

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