Exploring the Principles of Adaptive Yoga
with Carey Sims & Sarah Henderson
“The principles of yoga don’t discriminate. Yoga postures do.” Matthew Sanford
Join Mind Body Solutions trained yoga teachers Sarah Henderson and Carey Sims for an exploration into the universal principles of yogasana—grounding, rhythm, balance, and expansion.
These principles are applicable to all bodies, those with and without disability or disabling conditions related to illness, injury, or the aging process. Join us to deepen your own personal practice and your students’ by unpacking the potential of these core sensations.
All proceeds benefit the Adaptive Yoga Program at Mind Body Solutions, St. Louis Park, MN, a non-profit founded by Matthew Sanford with a mission to serve people living with trauma, loss, and disability.
This workshop is for students and yoga teachers alike.
Investment: $35 || $45 to obtain Yoga Alliance accredited CEUs
Mind Body Solutions transforms lives of people living all over the world by opening yoga to everybody. Through their work, and the teachers they train to teach adaptive yoga, MBS shares the gift of yoga with US Military Vets, people with disability, survivors of sexual assault, the elderly and people living with chronic pain.
Meet Your Instructors:
Sarah Henderson, RYT, OYI, believes the yoga mat is a good place to explore what it means to be fully human. She began teaching yoga in 2010 and has over 1500 hours of yoga training, including specializations in adaptive and accessible yoga, kids yoga, yoga for larger bodies, chair yoga, gentle yoga, therapeutic applications of yoga, and yoga for trauma. Known for her soothing voice and encouraging meditations, Sarah teaches a slow style designed to allow inner reflection while experiencing outer engagement. Find her on Instagram @sarahhendersonyoga and Facebook at Sarah Henderson Yoga.
Carey Sims RYT500, E-RYT200, YACEP, teaches at NoDa Yoga and offers Chair Yoga at various senior living centers in the Charlotte area. He is a student of Adaptive Yoga pioneer Matthew Sanford at Mind Body Solutions. Carey’s mission is to use Yoga to help students explore their bodies in an accepting and non-judgmental way.