Saturday, November 12, 2011 • 9:30 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.


Join Street Yoga Seattle at Bastyr University for a day of workshops next Saturday to experience a combination of lecture and experiential learning, taught by Seattle leaders in the fields of Yoga Therapy, counseling and kinesiology.

Whether you are a caregiver, teacher, social worker, yoga practitioner or interested in learning more about healing through yoga, this day will enlighten and inspire. Our goal is to connect experts in the yoga therapy field with those involved in the service of healing or desiring to heal themselves. To learn more about the workshop selection and register online, visit  Street Yoga Events.  Note that parking passes, snacks and tea will be complimentary.  Lunch is available for purchase at the Bastyr cafeteria or you may bring your own sack lunch.

Get to know your workshop experts:

Jennifer Parsinen

Jennifer Parsinen is a Phoenix Rising Yoga Teacher and Therapy Practitioner at Nectar.

I came to Yoga Therapy in 2009 as a way to create transformation in my life.  Past patterns and ways of being were keeping me from being present.  I noticed in yoga class that my body would be an integral part of moving forward. I would need to heal my body from the inside out.  My journey continues…


Janice Sack-Ory, CNM, ARNP,RYT is a certified yoga teacher from Phoenix Rising and  in Insight/Yin Yoga from Sarah Powers and Paul Grilley.  As well as an Integrative Movement Therapy yoga teacher from the Samarya Center and teacher of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction from the University of Massachusetts.

Visit Three Trees Yoga & Healing Arts Center for more on her amazing list of credentials.

She is committed to the process of compassionate inquiry and listening to one’s inner wisdom as a means to self-discovery and to enhance the quality of one’s life. Janice is honored and truly grateful to all of her amazing teachers for their knowledge, compassion, and support as she continues to explore this human experience!

Caroline Goodell is the Founder and Director of the Institute for Body Awareness and creator of Bring Your Body to Work and Kinesthetic Parenting.  She has been in private practice as a coach, bodyworker and counselor in Seattle since 1987 and is a certified Rosen Method practitioner, a Certified Counselor and a Licensed Massage Practitioner. Caroline was on the faculty of Ashmead College, Seattle from 1990 – 1994 as a kinesiology instructor, and taught a workshop titled “Body Awareness and Psychotherapy” to graduate psychology students at Antioch University in Seattle annually for over ten years.

“Caroline has an uncanny aptitude for going straight to the heart of things. I not only trust and respect her. I absolutely count on her.”
~Mary Ratener, Senior Technical Writer, ADP, Oakland, CA


Robin Rothenberg

Robin Rothenberg has been teaching yoga therapy to teachers for over ten years as a yoga therapist teacher and trainer with years of experience in Iyengar, Viniyoga and Yoga Nidra methods.  Just to name a few of her many endeavors, she has created Essential Yoga Therapy, is on the board of IAYT and developed Living Yoga Radio.

Yoga has always been central to her healing regime through the years, and now in her fifties Robin has established a level of health and well-being she could never imagined as a young adult. It is her ‘dharma’ and passion to share the wealth of knowledge and blessed teachings that have been passed down to her from the yoga lineage and she is enormously grateful to all of the teachers that have mentored her over the years.

Stephanie Sisson, LICSWStephanie Sisson, LICSW, ERYT is a yoga teacher and trainer from the Samarya Center specializing in Integrated Movement Therapy. She is currently training in Somatic Experiencing®, is a member of IAYT and a licensed independent social worker.

For more about her work, visit her website.

Unconditional acceptance is the center of my understanding and teaching of yoga. When I teach, I like to share my curiosity, enthusiasm and humor while inviting students to explore and challenge themselves in the spirit of deep self-study.

Join us Saturday: November 12!