PRATYAHARA, KARMA YOGA, AND SUFFRAGETTES- WHAT COULD THEY POSSIBLY HAVE IN COMMON? The term “pratyahara” is composed of two Sanskrit words, prati and ahara. “Ahara” means “food”, or anything we take into ourselves from the outside. “Prati” is a preposition meaning “against” or “away”. “Pratyahara” means literally “control of ahara,” or “gaining mastery over external … » Learn More about Pratyahara, Karma Yoga, and Suffragettes: What Could They Possibly Have in Common?
As you probably know, Yoga studios throughout all of Florida will be allowed to open on Monday, May 18th at fifty percent capacity. Details are here: https://www.tampabay.com/news/health/2020/05/15/ron-desantis-gyms-will-reopen-starting-monday/ I know many studio owners are allowing more time to prepare for this opening- deciding on protocols, gathering necessary supplies and re-working classes among other things. Please let … » Learn More about Florida Yoga Studios Re-Open May 18, 2020
Letting you know that during these unprecedented times that your gifts and talents are more important than ever! Our students are probably under a tremendous amount of stress and uncertainty and we as teachers should find a way to be available to them- whether it’s private classes with face coverings and social distancing or video … » Learn More about FYTA Members: We are here for you!
4.27.20 Dear Yoga Friends, I hope you are all well and feeling safe. During these trying times, the challenges of adhering to the CDC’s guidelines for safe distancing can be stressful for us all. Even as we wear face masks and gloves when shopping for essentials, even as we work at home, and for some, … » Learn More about A Recipe for the Times
FYTA hosted this workshop which was held on September 6 – 8, 2019 at the Garden Club of St. Petersburg. The workshop was led by Beth Spindler, C-IAYT, ERYT. Beth is a practicing yoga therapist in the Greater New York Area. She writes and teaches for Yoga International Publications and offers workshops, training and seminars … » Learn More about Feedback on: Accessible & Trauma Aware Workshop with Beth Spindler