Learn effective self-care techniques you can do at home to give yourself the rest and rejuvenation you deserve.
In this 10-day course, Colleen Saidman Yee shares a potent mix of yoga therapy, gentle movements, restorative poses, breath and body awareness, healing self-touch, and meditation to address and heal common symptoms of unease such as stress, digestion, pain, insomnia, and sadness.
In this course, you’ll learn:
This unique blend of modalities comes from Colleen’s work in hospitals, helping patients heal and nurses cope with the emotional and physical stress of their jobs. This course adapts these powerful tools so you can practice them at home in convenient 20-minute sessions.
Christened “The First Lady of Yoga” by The New York Times in 2013, Colleen is one of the most respected and recognized faces in the world of yoga. She has had a varied career: She was an international fashion model, graduated from the Ohashi school of shiatsu, and has lived in Calcutta, working with Mother Theresa at the Home for the Dying and Destitute. Together with Rodney Yee, Colleen directs Urban Zen’s Integrative Yoga Therapist Program, an initiative to transform care in hospitals. In 2015, Colleen published Yoga For Life: A Journey to Inner Peace and Freedom, which elegantly blends practical yoga instruction with inspiring autobiography.
Learning is a collective experience at Commune: Starting May 25, you will receive a daily email with access to course videos during the 10-day program. This encourages all participants to move through the course together. After June 3, the free period will end and the course will lock. If you want lifetime access, you will be able to buy the course or join Commune Membership.
We charge our cell phones, our laptops, our electric cars… But we often fail to take the time to recharge our minds and bodies. And so, we run on empty, giving from an empty vessel. Exhausted, depleted, and dissatisfied. There is another way to move through life.
Rested, renewed, rejuvenated.
We can only give to others when we give adequate care to ourselves. It really does start with you.