with Bill Miller
October 29-31, 2021 (Friday through Sunday)
$150, plus meals and lodging
Finding physical and emotional strength and balance in our lives can be challenging at times and the past year has multiplied challenges that we once thought manageable. A weekend retreat using the tools of yoga postures (asana), breathing techniques (pranayama) and strength and balance exercise may be just what you need!
The “Joy of Movement” retreat is intended for all levels of ability. Bill offers experience for everyone and he has especially focused on offerings for active older adults as well as those with Parkinsons, MS or other neurological and movement disorders. This program is offered in the Viniyoga tradition, emphasizing the synthesis of breath and movement to achieve the intentions of each posture (pose) and more broadly, the intentions of each practice. Strength exercises are infused with balance, especially standing balance and the strength required in specific muscle groups to achieve better balance. Breath techniques, including alternate nostril breathing, will give participants the opportunity to explore techniques for relaxation, for energy or for emotional balance.
Bill Miller is an RYT 500 certified Viniyoga Teacher. He has received certification in yoga for low back care and yoga for P.T.S.D. diagnosed veterans, completed yoga anatomy training with Leslie Kaminoﬀ, was involved in fitness evaluations and training for police oﬃcers for over twenty years, and received training in fitness testing and exercise prescriptions from the Cooper Institute in Dallas. Bill has been practicing yoga for the last seventeen years and teaching yoga and strength training to older adults for the last six years, as well as teaching a movement disorders class for Parkinsons, MS and stroke for the two years. Bill was a police investigator for a number of years and later taught criminal investigation and criminology at the college level. Now in his seventies, Bill considers it his vocation to help others find joy in living, to live each day as if it is our last, and feel grateful for all we can do.
“Miller is an outstanding presenter!”
“It was a sacred experience.”
“Bill is an expert… a vast source of knowledge”