Study at Yoga North ISYI is led by core faculty Ann Maxwell and Molly McManus, as well as Yoga North instructors and guest speakers with diverse expertise.
Our goal at Yoga North ISYI Teacher Training is to provide students with:
- Thorough knowledge of postures and a comfort level in teaching and assisting postures in others
- Comprehensive knowledge of yogic philosophy and the ability to relate this understanding to life
- Opportunities for a deeper understanding of self
Tula Yoga hosts the following Yoga North Trainings:
Kathy Flaminio, 1000 Petals
Interested in integrating mindfulness, breathing exercises, yoga-based movement and social/emotional learning for children and teens into your home or work environment? Register for 1000 Petals, LLC. Through experiential learning, reflection and lecture material, participants will learn strategies for implementation to help with stress-reduction, development of self-control and increase of emotional awareness. Walk away with tools for care and rejuvenation for yourself and others.
Contact Kathy Flaminio here
Second Harvest Heartland
Second Harvest Heartland is one of the nation’s largest, most efficient and most innovative food banks. In 2015, we delivered more than 74 million meals to over 1,000 food shelves, pantries and other agency partner programs serving 59 counties in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Second Harvest Heartland helps relieve hunger not only by sourcing, warehousing and distributing food, but through data-driven thought leadership and community partnerships that help improve the region’s larger hunger relief system. For more information call 651-484-5117 or visit 2harvest.org.
Every day Second Harvest Heartland needs more than 300 volunteers to help us get food to people in need. Our warehouses in Maplewood and Golden Valley offer a variety of experiences for individuals and groups. To find out more or view our calendar, visit 2harvest.org/volunteer.
The Highland Friendship Club
The Highland Friendship Club was founded in 2002 to meet the needs of people with disabilities for social interaction with their peers and community members.
The Highland Friendship Club IS: a chance to make friends; a place to explore new interests; a way to make connections with other people and the community; about valuing personal choice and independence; about appreciating abilities and valuing individual gifts and talents; open to teens and young adults of all abilities; and best of all FUN!!
Julie Delene, Move as One
Many of us do not realize how powerful we are, that we are in fact, always creating. Often we forget and get mired down by old systems, routines, structures, thoughts, emotions and paradigms that do not empower.
It is with great joy that I help people re-inspire their creative self and find answers that are in alignment with their whole being. When you do, you feel beautifully integrated, purposefully flowing, and alive with energy and vitality.
The truth is we are always re-creating, so begin now to move your life. I promise you will experience great blessings, much joy and clarity, and a delight in your creative spirit.
Best, Julie Delene
Visit the Move As One website here for more information.