Teacher Tune In

Teacher Tune In

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In this intensive weekend of learning Stephanie will offer her signature combination of philosophy and technique for teachers who have a minimum of 200 hour certification. This is designed for any teacher who is hungry for continuing education but may not have the ability to commit to a longer training. As a longtime teacher trainer and mentor Stephanie has seen a deep need for short-form intensives where teachers can dip deeply into studentship, hone new skills, refresh and update what they already know and be in community with each other. This intensive will be rigorous yet supportive and nurturing.


Atma Bhoda: This beautiful Vedantic text identifies the source of our suffering and then offers the promise of fulfillment. Stephanie will expound on the teachings in this text and how we can integrate these concepts that are timeless and sophisticated into our teaching and our lives. This content will require home study alongside in-person lecture / discussion.

Sequencing: Learn to sequence for more advanced poses in public classes, workshops, and with private clients. Learn how to identify the subtler aspects of the advanced poses and how to introduce and skillfully teach these nuances to the student in a way that helps them not only execute the pose but also understand the biomechanics and energetics of the shape. We will focus on sequencing for backbends as well as advanced arm balances.

Advanced Assists: This will be an opportunity to touch up and refine your go-to assists that you use in public classes as well as learn how to offer hands on assists for some of the more advanced poses. You will have a chance to safely and skillfully assist each other using both props and no props to support the assists. Many of the advanced poses require support when the student is learning and often teachers can feel intimidated or not know where to begin- this weekend we will spend time understanding the why and how of getting into these assists. As teachers you will develop confidence in helping the students in your classes that are ready to attempt some of the more difficult asana.


Friday: 6 - 9pm

Saturday: 9am - 5pm with a break from 1 - 2pm

Sunday: 9am - 5pm with a break from 1 - 2pm

All hours count towards continuing education on Yoga Alliance.

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Goddess Flow:  Bala Yoga in Seattle

Goddess Flow: Bala Yoga in Seattle

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The yogic texts describe the entire manifest world and all of our experiences as an expression of the divine feminine. Fire up your goddess nature (men too!) and awaken the aspects of these strong, graceful and compassionate deities that dwell within you. The goddess teachings offer us prescriptive and specific access to abundance, joy, knowledge, creativity and courage. In this workshop we will begin with a lecture and lively discussion on attributes, symbolism and stories of the goddesses, how these teachings apply to our lives and can empower us to skillfully work with our gifts and limitations. We will also move through a strategic and creative vinyasa flow focused on hips and heart opening. You will learn mantra for Lakshmi, Saraswati, Durga and Kali goddess energies and come to understand more about the power of the divine feminine.

All levels welcome though some previous experience with Vinyasa Yoga is recommended.

Includes dharma, mantra, mudra, pranayama, and asana.

Oct 5th, 1-4pm Bala Yoga Kirkland

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Bhakti Immersion: Shiva Nataraj

Bhakti Immersion: Shiva Nataraj

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In this immersion we will explore the teachings and stories of Shiva Nataraja. These complex, rich, dynamic, and profoundly relevant teachings are a generous resource for us as we walk though our daily lives. Shiva is the fire keeper; he tends to the flame of change and reminds us that we can’t expect to sit near the fire without feeling the heat.

This immersion will satisfy your hunger for deeper knowledge of the Bhakti (devotional) practices through chanting mantra, deep flowing vinyasa sequences, technical alignment, and personal practices to integrate into your life forever.

The asana theme to this weekend will revolve around the legs, hips, pelvis, and low back. You will be challenged but also nurtured. Come fill your cup, re-invigorate your practice, and elevate your understanding of yoga off the mat.

This weekend is appropriate for strong beginners, advanced practitioners, and teachers. These hours are certified CEU by Yoga Alliance.


Friday: 6:00 - 9:00pm


Chanting: Invoking Shiva, learn the English translations of the chant, understand the why and how of chanting, setting sankalpa (intention) for Shiva-based inquiry.

Shiva practice: Devotional Vinyasa Flow

Saturday: 9:00am - 1:00pm


Meditation: learn simple techniques that will support a home meditation practice.

Philosophy: lecture / discussion on sacred texts and how we can pull the beautiful and encouraging teachings both from Shiva and about Shiva into our lives.

Asana Lab Practice: Detailed technique and focus on the legs, hips, pelvis, and low back. We will explore Natrajasana (Dancer's Pose) and you will learn different ways to use props, how to modify for physical restriction or how to add variation for those who are ready to advance.

Break: 1:00 - 2:00pm

Saturday: 2:00 - 5:00pm


Pranayama practice

Philosophy: accessible and lively instruction

Vinyasa Practice: Fire Keeper Flow -  working with legs and pelvis to support the inner fire of creating and tending to needed change. Asana will be specific to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd chakras.

Sunday: 9:00am - 1:00pm


Meditation Practice: engaging techniques learned, further instruction.

Philosophy: Continued exploration and constructive follow-up on philosophical guiding principles of texts, storytelling, and interpersonal practices to integrate in daily life.

Vinyasa Practice: Love, Heat, & Unity - working with inner and outer physical architecture of pelvis including hip openers, psoas lengthening, and energetic anatomy.

Break: 1:00 - 2:00pm

Sunday: 2:00 - 4:00pm


Philosophy wrap-up, Q&A, and launch plan

Restorative Yoga: a deep release, gentle restorative yoga for a sweet end to and integration of a full weekend.

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Mexico Retreat Nov 9-15 2019

Mexico Retreat Nov 9-15 2019

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Join us for a luxury yoga retreat on the beautiful beachfront Prana del Mar. Our days will be spacious and nurturing with 2 yoga classes a day, three meals a day, and plenty of time for naps, excursions, and spa treatments. Spend time by the pool, in the hot tub, sauna, or on the quiet and sprawling golden beach in between yoga sessions. Located on 5 acres of beachfront property at the southern tip of Baja peninsula this solar-powered and eco-friendly resort is the perfect space for relaxation and renewal.

Direct flights are offered from 20 cities in the US including San Francisco, San Jose, and Oakland.

Double $2445

Single $2900 (very limited)

Cost includes yoga, 3 meals a day, and transportation to and from airport (if travelling on 9th and 15th)

For more information or to register please email Haley at h.havelock@gmail.com

London Workshops and Immersion March 6-8 and 10-12 2020

London Workshops and Immersion March 6-8 and 10-12 2020

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Save the date for this very special visit to TriYoga London. 

March 5-7 will be a 3 day advanced studies for teachers and experienced students. We will dive into the yogic texts in the morning sessions and explore some more technical training on asana in the afternoon. This will be a great primer and way to fill your cup as teachers and practitioners who would like to rejuvenate your relationship to the teachings. This content will be more consistent with my teacher training offerings. 

March 8-10 are workshops open to the public that will include accessible philosophy and asana. 

More info coming soon!