Beyond The Asana

Beyond the Asana:
Explore the Full Practice of Yoga through Patanjali’s 8 Limbs
Online w/ Erin LoPorto
Sunday, Feb. 7th @ 1 – 3pm
Registration $30 { REGISTER }

***RCY is pleased to offer 2 scholarships to this workshop for those who are unable to attend due to financial hardship.  Please email Jenny Meshna at to inquire.***

Would you be interested in getting even more out of your yoga practice? How about taking the peace you find on your mat into your life?

Whether you are a seasoned practitioner or brand new to yoga, this 2-hour workshop will open you to the full potential of what yoga has to offer. Through lecture, discussion and experiential exercises we will explore the practice, history and philosophy of Patanjali’s 8 limbs of yoga that has brought transformation to people’s lives for thousands of years! Bring a pen and paper if you like to take notes and be prepared to leave with:

• an understanding how the 8 limbs translate in our modern lives
• a map to guide your own practice and life towards balance and enlightenment
• a deeper appreciation for yoga and meditation

This workshop will be recorded so if you cannot attend, you can get a link to the recording.

Erin LoPorto, IAYT Certified Yoga Therapist, E-RYT 500 found her home in yoga the moment she first practiced in 2001. She experienced such personal healing and transformation over the years from the 8-limbed path that she has felt inspired to pass the knowledge on. Yoga is not only her passion but her full time profession. Erin completed a two-year internship at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health where she was able to study with world leaders in the fields of yoga, Ayurveda, energy healing, meditation and the mind-body connection. She is certified teacher of Kripalu Yoga, PranaFlow and TriYoga Therapy. Having collected over 1000 hours of training in Yoga Therapy, Erin was one of the first Yoga Therapists Certified by the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT) and has been a practitioner since 2012. She is also a talented bodyworker holding Reiki I and II, Multi-Dimensional Transformational Healer and Lotus Palm Thai Yoga Massage certifications. Additionally, Erin studied somatic expressive therapy through the Leven Institute and has a particular interest in trauma treatment. She has been teaching yoga at Walden Behavioral Care for Eating Disorders since 2013 and Revolution Community Yoga since it first opened in 2012. To her classes, yoga therapy and bodywork, Erin brings a playful, intuitive and compassionate spirit. Her classes range from powerful yoga flows to the still style of yin and restorative yoga. She offers clear instruction and options for everyone. Her bodywork is made of powerfully deep tissue work and an intuitive energetic touch. Her private sessions unfold organically to meet the needs of each individual. Her expertise and approach to her work come from deep within and you cannot help but feel spiritually renewed. Learn more about Erin’s Thai Yoga Bodywork and Yoga Therapy offerings at