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Yoga & Plant Medicine
Mindfulness in Motion
Cultivate wellbeing holistically. Dryad Yoga offers private and small group classes in Kriplau yoga, plant medicine, yoga philosophy, mindfulness, and healthy lifestyle. In the beautiful Colorado Rockies the forest is often the classroom where students learn to identify plants and interact with gratitude. Check out our courses, classes and workshops. Begin your journey toward wellness today.
anatomy & physiology
Enhance your yoga practice with an in depth understanding of the body's organ systems. Learn poses and sequencing to support each system and to bring the body into balance. While this course is geared toward teachers, it's also appropriate for yoga students wanting to deepen their practice both at home and in the studio.
8 hour online course
What do yoga and plant medicine have in common?
In order to connect with and communicate with plants, and to intuit the plant medicine that will be right for a person, we must be sensitive to the subtle body. The yoga tradition offers mindfulness practices that get us in touch with the subtle body, and hone our capacity to live from deeper and deeper layers of reality. As we deepen, an awareness of the life force flowing through all things emerges. The understanding that we exist in a collective mind becomes clear. We unfold into a pervasive and spontaneous wisdom, an undeniable knowledge of the deep nature of things.
School of Sacred Earth Ecology
About Katherine Eggers
Kat's yoga style combines 20 years of experience in Kripalu Yoga, Tai Chi and Hakomi mindfulness.
Her classes weave together movement and held poses with moments of stillness where students can get mindful and integrate.
Kat uses her in depth understanding of anatomy and physiology to foster health and healing in every class. She believes the journey of yoga is about allowing the authentic self to unfold, and that honoring the wisdom of the body is one of the most profound and most accessible acts of self-compassion available.
A biologist trained in herbalism, she is passionate about deepening our relationship to place through plant identification and sacred ecology. To learn more about Kat's philosophy and approach visit the blog.