Kripalu Yoga at Shambhala

Do you often find yourself exhausted but also attempting to do or accomplish just one more thing?

Just in time for the Spring Equinox - this event is meant for you! 

In this two hour workshop:

We'll discuss the ways you might add yourself to your to do list;

We'll practice yoga meant for everybody and every body;

We'll leave with a personal self care mission statement to implement at home and keep as a reminder that self care is never selfish. 

Details: 

Sunday, March 12th, from 3 to 5pm

Suggested Donation $20

Register here.


Please wear comfortable clothing. Please bring a water bottle and yoga mat if you have one. 

You are also encouraged to bring an old fashioned pen 'n' journal or the modern-day equivalent to record your thoughts. We look forward to seeing you soon, and hope you'll reach out with any questions you might have.

Bio: 
Amy Genevieve Kozak has practiced yoga and meditation for two decades. Amy is a Kripalu Yoga Teacher and will soon also be an Advanced Teacher of Integrative Yoga Therapy. She trained professionally for these honors, at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Massachusetts, where she is also is a Faculty Assistant, with Rudy Pierce, Michelle Dalbec, as well as Joseph & Lillian Le Page, Maria Mendola and Kaelash Neels. She currently works with Johns Hopkins in their Integrative Health program and at their Bayview fitness center. Amy has developed continuing education workshops for care providers, including nurses and social workers. Amy teaches group yoga classes in various settings across the state of Maryland, including the Jewish Community Center, and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. Amy has a Bachelors of Science in Psychology, a Masters of Science, and is also trained in Mental Health First Aid. She is a lifelong advocate for the vulnerable.