Yoga Beyond Asana: Applying Yoga to Your Life

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There is so much more to yoga than just the physical practice but it is hard to access without the guidance of a teacher who understands the teachings. The Yoga tradition provides one of the most effective systems for unlocking potential and achieving happiness in every aspect of life. In short, the same way that the physical practice of yoga so effectively benefits your body and mind, the larger science of yoga is similarly powerful in unlocking the vast potentials of your body, mind and spirit.

Join Tricia Fiske for this one-of-a-kind course to cultivate more love, joy, happiness, and success in your life. Get exactly what you want from your practice using ParaYoga and tools designed to support a purposeful development. Pranayama, asana, meditation, kriya, mudra, bandha, chanting and journaling, will be at the heart of this series.


Tricia Fiske, BA, 500E-RYT, is one of the first Level II Certified ParaYoga® Instructors. Tricia has been a student of yoga since 1997, began teaching in 1999, and has been studying exclusively with ParaYoga® founder Rod Stryker since 2000.

ParaYoga® recognizes yoga as an ancient tradition, capable of enriching all aspects of modern life. Its unique focus is to offer an approach into the depths of yoga science. It trains teachers who guide others to realize their highest potential through knowledge and the light of direct experience. ParaYoga® actively pursues positively affecting the evolution of individuals, yoga and life in the world.

As primary faculty at Prairie Yoga, Tricia is one of the most respected teacher of teachers in the Midwest. Tricia mentors yoga teachers and conducts workshops throughout the Chicagoland area.

Yoga Alliance CEU’s are available for all Tricia’s Workshops.

This six week series will not meet Thanksgiving week. 

Learn more and register on www.pranayogacenter.com. 


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