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As the light turns golden and the scent of autumn piques our imagination, it is time to begin gathering resources, cooling down, and reaping the harvest. Learn how to employ Katonah Yoga methods to develop a personal practice that will rejuvenate you for autumn. Using precise geometry and structural alignment, discover how to unwind your fascia and allow the body to release long-held tension. Drawing from myth, metaphor, and Taoist thought, this high-energy exploration of therapeutic yoga can help you refine your techniques for reaping autumnal abundance. Suitable for practitioners and teachers alike.
Practice + Pranayama + Deep Relaxation
Refine your alignment and find balance
Experience more mobility and ease of motion
Catch your breath, flush your organs, renovate your body
Take home a self-care practice that empowers and potentiates you for the season ahead.
KATONAH YOGA® was founded by Nevine Michaan, and is a Hatha yoga practice refined over forty years, blended with Taoist theory, sacred geometries, pranayama, and meditation. For more information, please visit www.katonahyoga.com.
This program include 3 hours bankable towards *KATONAH YOGA® certification
Dages Juvelier Keates:
As a teacher, Dages prizes clarity, compassion and depth of practice. She emphasizes open transmission of knowledge and draws from a wide and various background in yoga, dance, herbalism, language arts, kabbalah and academic theory.
Raised in Jackson Hole, WY, Dages attended Bard College, where she received a BA in Dance. Undertaking formal yoga studies in 2002, she earned accreditations in both the Bihar and Kundalini lineages. These models of interiority led her to a study of her own lineage of Judaism, and yielded time spent absorbed in Jewish study and extended stays in Jerusalem’s Ultra-Orthodox seminaries.
Dages enrolled in graduate school in 2010 to study feminist, queer, and psychoanalytic theories. She attained her M.A. in interdisciplinary gender and performance studies from NYU.
Her syncretic teaching style has been profoundly affected and enriched by immersion in studies with her mentor Nevine Michaan, founder of Katonah Yoga. Today, Dages is recognized as a senior teacher within the Katonah Community, distinguished for her insight, her ability to push through the boundaries created by patriarchal thinking, and her empowerment of students with precision, empathy and strength. She is on the staff at both The Studio and SKY TING in Manhattan. Recent collaborations include a series of workshops with Elena Brower, and retreats and teacher trainings with Abbie Galvin, Sacred Fig founder Anton Brandt, and Sky Ting co-founder Chloe Kernaghan in Bali, Dominican Republic, Greece, Switzerland, and Morocco. Her accomplishments were recently acknowledged in a featured edition of Yoga Sleuth. She has recently authored “Radical Acts of Embodiment: Teaching and Practices of Katonah Yoga.”
“Whether your goal is to improve the experience for your existing clients or take on your very first one, you will absolutely walk away from this program with tools and confidence to do so! Having the opportunity to tap into Dages' extensive experience and her passion for sharing all she knows is invaluable. The set-up of the program was both professional and extremely productive; from the high quality materials to the vast amount of hands on practice each student was able to experience.”
“Dages is a master of both Katonah material and teaching in general. I felt like I received 15 hours of personal therapeutic attention from both Dages and my fellow students - all so eager learn the material and practice on each other. What a truly magical and enlightening weekend. More, please!”
"This training exceeded my expectations on so many levels. The wealth of knowledge and passion that Dages has for this practice is undeniable. This training will expand not only your teaching, but the lens in which you see the World."