CHESTER, Vt. – On Sunday, June 16, from 3-5 p.m., there is a free Open House Q&A event at the Fullerton Inn, 40 the Common, in Chester, for the upcoming 200-hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training. The training begins September 2019 and runs one weekend a month for nine months. If you are at all interested in learning more about the Yoga Teacher Training or ongoing weekly classes in Chester, Vt., please join us.
Liza Eaton, the lead trainer and owner of Buddhaful Yoga, a registered yoga school with Yoga Alliance, has been teaching yoga for 11 years to all ages, from toddlers to elders, with a variety of abilities.
“In the West, yoga is often portrayed as a physical practice of movement and holding poses. In reality, yoga is not about whether or not you can touch your toes. Nor is it at all about your age or ability,” says Eaton. “Yoga is about unity. Uniting body and soul so we can live from a higher state of consciousness together, uniting us all as one whole, instead of being separate.”
Eaton’s most recent training was just completed this May 2019, with nine graduates. She invites all levels and all ages to her training. The youngest trainee of her last YTT was 30 and her eldest was in her 70s.
Eaton reminds us all that we are never “too old” or “too young” to make new discoveries in life.
At the Open House event, Eaton will offer a free hour-long, gentle hatha yoga class from 3-4 p.m. with the question and answer period from 4-5 p.m. Come to one or both. For more information, go to www.buddhafulyoga.com or call Liza Eaton at 518-763-1490.