The Phoenix Rising Method is an approach to yoga and yoga therapy that supports profound awareness and self-compassion. It helps students:
The Method includes asana, pranayama, pratyahara, meditation, and integration, and is based on principles from Yoga Philosophy, Buddhism, Contemporary Psychology and Neuroscience, all of which have been validated by Michael’s 4 decades of personal practice and teaching.
Students will be guided in a practice and then learn about the theoretical framework and key principles upon which it is based.
** This workshop is part of the 100/200-hour Empowered Deeper Studies Programs. Click here to learn more.
Camera On Policy: 🎥 We require all students to have their camera ON for the duration of class. This is for a few reasons: for your safety, for the teacher to be able to teach clearly, and for the integrity of the class. This also ensures that our classes are a safe environment for all students!
About your teacher: Michael Lee, M.A., Dip.Soc.Sci., C-IAYT, is the Founder of Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy, a leading edge yoga based modality for psycho-emotional well-being and an IAYT Accredited Program. He has traveled the world teaching and presenting at conferences since 1986.
With a background in Behavioral Sciences, he left his home in Australia to come to the USA in 1984 to study and live for 2 years at the Kripalu Ashram (as it was in those days) while completing a Masters Degree with a focus on yoga therapy for life transformation.
He is the author of two books, Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy: A Bridge from Body to Soul and Turn Stress Into Bliss and a contributing author in two American Psychological Association published texts.
Learn more about Michael here.