Holiday Recuperation in Los Angeles

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If you’re struggling with your new year’s resolution, or perhaps have already forgotten what the resolution was, then you’re in luck. There’s three top Los Angeles yoga instructors who have made it their resolution to keep you balanced with workshops that will leave you feeling like a new person for the new year. 

According to The Huffington Post, the three following yoga workshops are definitely worth checking out if you’re in the Los Angeles area and need a little push of motivation from the people that do healthy living professionally. 

WHAT: Saul David Raye of Exhale Sacred Movement in Venice is hosting “The Art of Thai Yoga Massage- Weekend Healing Workshop.”

EXPECT: Deep massage and stretching. Friday Night’s Session:  guided partner class of giving and receiving, a healing and relaxing Thai Yoga massage session.  Saturday and Sunday: learning a simplified form of a full body Thai Yoga Therapy session including rhythmic massage, stretching, theory and acupressure of energy lines and points and principles of energetic healing. No prior massage or Yoga experience is necessary. Raye’s an experienced spiritual teacher with a devoted following.
WHEN: 1/15-1/17
WHERE: Exhale studio in Venice, CA
COST: $150 plus materials fee: $10

 WHAT: Sara Ivanhoe of Yogaworks in Santa Monica and Venice is hosting a New Year’s Renewal Retreat.

EXPECT: Two vinyasa yoga classes with Ivanhoe, challenging class, cool music and good attitude. You also get 3 workshops with holistic lifestyle experts, 2 organic spa treatments of your choice, an ayurvedic lunch prepared by a private chef and a gift bag worth $350 with green lifestyle products.
WHEN: 1/16
WHERE: Private, lux retreat center in Malibu, California
COST: $450

WHAT: Steve Ross of Maha Yoga is hosting a Yin Yoga and Mediation Workshop at his popular studio in the Brentwood Country Mart.

EXPECT: A 2 hour Yin Yoga class with Ross, a beloved yoga teacher who finds a comfy balance between the spiritual and physical part of the practice. He usually blasts nightclub music during his packed vinyasa classes but this workshop will feature no music or sweat. Instead, floor poses held for a long time to stretch out tight muscles and access your energy meridians. Ends with a meditation and a nice long savasana.
WHEN: 1/10
WHERE: Maha Yoga studio in Brentwood
COST: $20


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