Kudos ~ IYCoR

Five new Integral Yoga teachers graduated on May 19 to serve the Richmond community. They celebrated with a ceremony at the Integral Yoga Center of Richmond (ICYoR), where they received their diplomas after a demanding six-month training at IYCoR and Yogaville. The graduates are Anna Mukti Devi Medinger, Rebecca Prashanti Williams, Pam DevaJyoti McGeorge Sisson, Karen Steidle, M.D., and Jenny Piazza.

      The comprehensive course, based on the teachings of Sri Swami Satchidananda, includes a three-month-long philosophy curriculum which encompasses the six branches of yoga, interfaith studies and an in-depth study and practice of Raja Yoga—the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. 

For more information, call 804-342-1061 or visit YogaHelps.com.



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