The Practical Science and Psychology of Well-Being ~ And Takeways for Your Life

aka Yoga, Mindfulness, Neuroscience, & the Body

CEs for yoga teachers, yoga therapists, and psychologists

June 14, 15, and 16, 2019
The Arlington Center
Arlington, MA.

Transformation is a mind-body endeavor. But how, exactly, does it work- and how can a deeper understanding of the mind-body relationship change our lives and help us offer more to others? In a user-friendly way, Bo integrates emerging research in yoga, mindfulness, neuroscience, psychology, and connective tissue therapies with practical, powerful tools to enrich your personal life, daily practice, and professional work (including the study or teaching of yoga).

On our first day, we’ll explore the practical neuroscience of the mind-body relationship and several systems within us that regulate change. On Day II, Bo breaks down the new science of embodiment and its practical application to physical, emotional, and social well-being. We’ll experience ways to integrate embodiment into life, work, yoga practice, relationships, and community. On Day III, we’ll explore the form and function of our enteric nervous system or belly brain. We’ll experience practices that release physical and emotional tension and stagnation in the abdominal area, increase “prana in the belly,” promote physical and emotional digestion, improve mind-body awareness, and enhance emotional immunity. And we’ll learn techniques for integrating connective tissue work with special issues such as trauma, empathic imbalances, anxiety, and depression. We’ll also experience a variety of fascial release techniques to incorporate into our personal everyday practice, group classes, and private yoga sessions.

In this workshop, you’ll learn to quiet your mind, rewire your brain, and revitalize your body for total mind-brain-body wellness. You’ll learn tools to help you develop greater resilience in today’s volatile world.

Day I: The Science of Transformation
Day II: Mindfulness, the Body, and Emotional Regulation
Day III: Intelligent Systems Within Us: The Gut Brain & Connective Tissue Matrix


Workshop Hours:

Friday, June 14th: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Arlington Center)

Saturday, June 15th: 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Harvard Square) and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Arlington Center)

Sunday, June 16th: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Arlington Center)

*Morning class (optional but recommended, First Parish Church, Harvard Square



Details and Registration:


Please note that due to the limited enrollment for this workshop (and, you know, the fact that we’re a tiny business), we are unable to take cancellations or refunds for this workshop. Please be sure that you can join us before registering.

To register, email us at with the subject line “Bo’s Workshop Registration.” Please include a note about your background and goals for the workshop. Please let us know if you’d like to register for the online course and 65-hour certificate (for participants in this workshop, we offer $345 off the price of the online course). And please also verify that you understand our no-cancellation policy. Then, we’ll send you a registration link and you’ll be good to go! Registrations will be taken on a first-come, first-serve basis.




Location Details for Out of Town People:


The Arlington Center is located at 369 Mass. Ave in Arlington, MA: It’s right on the 77 bus line, which also connects Cambridge (the next town over) to Arlington. The bus line starts from Harvard Square and goes straight down Mass. Ave, through Porter Square, and into Arlington, just past Cambridge. For convenience, check out locations in ny of the following:

  • Harvard Square (also right by Bo’s Saturday class)
  • Both Porter Square (near the T station or near Mass. Ave, where the bus line runs)
  • Arlington Center, near Mass. Ave where the bus line runs
  • Davis Square (near the T) is subway-accessible and, depending on the location, also accessible to the Mass. Ave. bus line and a short Uber/Lyft distance to the Arlington Center



Yoga, Mindfulness, Neuroscience, & the Body 65-hour In-person + Online Combination Certificate:


This course combines a three-day immersion with the option to continue with our online course of the same name, offering deeper study and a 65-hour certificate program accredited through Yoga Alliance, the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT), and the American Psychological Association (APA).

For participants in the three-day workshop only, we offer a 22% discount on the online course, which is normally $1595 and, taken together with the three-day, is $1250.

The online course offers depth study in topics related to or expanding on the information covered in the three-day course, including information on empathic regulation, the practice of self-compassion, regulating the mind, and more. You’ll receive:

  • 16 live-shot video classes (from a five-day workshop at Kripalu designed specifically for filming the online course); classes are between 90 and 120 minutes
  • Class transcripts
  • Copies of the class powerpoints
  • All classes are downloadable and yours to keep
  • The opportunity to participate in study groups with other participants worldwide
  • Participation in the Course Forum online

For more information on the optional online course, click here.  





Yoga Teachers:

This workshop offers 18 CE credits for Yoga Alliance and yoga therapists. For people continuing on with the online course, we offer 65 CE credits for yoga

Yoga Therapists:

This workshop must be taken together with the online course offering, for a total of 46 CE credits for yoga therapists through the International Association of Yoga Therapists.


We offer 12 CE credits for psychologists. For information about which parts of this workshop do not have CE credits attached for psychologists, please email us at


Embodied Awareness, LLC is approved by the American Psychological Association and the Yoga Alliance to sponsor continuing education for psychologists, yoga teachers, and yoga therapists. Embodied Awareness, LLC maintains responsibility for this program and its content. This course offers 100 continuing education credits.