Mantras for Inner Peace: Exploring the Shanti Mantras with Alpa and Nya (Live on Zoom) - August 23rd, 2:30 to 5:30 pm PDT
1 Need Based and 1 BIPOC Scholarship
This workshop would normally be $55 but because of COVID 19 it is reduced to $30.
Shanti Mantras are generally recited at the beginning and end of yoga classes. They are tools to calm the mind of the reciter, as well as, bring peace to the environment and remove obstacles. Each mantra begins with Om and ends with three repetitions of the word Shanti. These mantras are universal in nature because no specific deity is invoked.
This workshop is open to all levels including beginners. In addition, it counts as 3 hours toward the Art of Yoga 200 and 300 hour Teacher Training and 3 Yoga Alliance CEUs.
This workshop will be recorded if you cannot attend Live. Live attendance is required to count toward the Art of Yoga Teacher Trainings.
ABOUT YOUR GUIDES
Alpa Raval is an experienced Yoga Teacher with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. She is highly skilled in wellness coaching, yoga advocacy, Public Speaking, and Stress Management.
Ms. Raval has a Master’s Degree in Yoga healing arts and Meditation. She also holds advanced level training from Kripalu yoga centers, Yoga therapy program. She has taught yoga as a professor at UCF, has held yoga therapy workshops, as well as teaching yoga to caregivers and medical professionals.
Ms. Raval is a healing arts specialist at the Integrative Medicine Department at UF Cancer Center at Orlando Health. Alpa volunteers at United Against Poverty Center in Orlando and teaches emotional intelligence through yoga and mindful meditation as part of their Success Training Employment Program (STEP).
Nya Patrinos, MFA, C-IAYT, E-RYT500, YACEP, is a Certified Yoga Therapist passionate about yoga, art and meditation as tools for healing, transformation, equity and social justice. Nya's training is a combination of East and West, she has diplomas in Yoga Therapy from the Ghosh Yoga College in Kolkata, India and Kripalu's School of Integrative Yoga Therapy in Massachusetts, USA.