This post is a part of a series introducing the presenters of our 2019 yoga conference, (March 22-24, 2019) sharing more about them, our own perspective and intentions for their involvement, and how their unique offerings contribute to the larger conference experience.
“She saved me.”
I was talking with one of our conference customers between workshops last year, when the topic shifted to how we had each gotten into yoga, and a woman shared with me the above about her instructor, Carly Brown.
Over the course of our conversation I heard the story of someone who had experienced deep loss and grief, and yet found themselves in a comfortable place, through their yoga practice, and in particular through their work with Carly. (I try to be aware of things not necessarily meant for the internet so I’ll refrain from going into any details).
Naturally, when time came to plan for the 2019 conference I asked the student for an introduction.
I’m thrilled I can say Carly will be presenting two workshops at the 2019 conference, one on The Art of Letting Go and another on The Art of Making Time.
Carly also owns a studio in Dryden, ON, bringing with her the perspective of both an instructor and studio owner. We can’t wait to see Carly, and hopefully you as well, at the conference!
Carly Brown has been teaching Yoga for the past 9 years under the watchful eye of her Guru, Shri Prasad Rangnekar and other esteemed teachers. Her teachings are always student-centred, helping others connect to their own light, wisdom and bliss within. Often playful, but always sincere to the traditional teachings of yoga, Carly has a way of providing a great balance of her knowledge in anatomy, yoga philosophy and life experiences in a way that sparks a light in anyone present. Carly often guest lectures and speaks on various Yoga/Mindfulness topics around Canada. She is the creator of ShineOn! an empowerment program for 7-14 year old girls and her Simplicity Training for Inner Peace program which helps adults realize their true potential. Carly is also a Yoga Therapist, has her degrees in Kinesiology and Education and is an associate teacher of the Yogaprasad Institute 200hr & 500hr yoga teacher trainings. Carly is the recipient of numerous local awards for her community-centred studio Lokah Sangha Yoga in Dryden, ON.
You can learn even more about the workshops Carly will be teaching at the 2019 Tula Software Minneapolis Yoga Conference, along with dozens of other presenters bringing hundreds of workshop hours, at https://tulasoftware.com/myc2019. Join us at The Most Comprehensive Yoga Conference in the Nation, March 22-24, 2019.