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Teacher Training at Bija Yoga


ija Yoga, in Naples, will offer a 200-hour Yoga Alliance- certified training course from September 16 to 30. Long-


time yoga teacher and owner Jamie Shane will focus on hatha, kundalini, yin and Thai yoga styles to enable students to learn to teach yoga to others.


“We are excited to offer this distinctive course, as it offers such a broad spec-


trum of yoga technique,” says Shane. “All aspects of yoga are covered, not simply postures, which leads to a rich and rewarding teaching experience. Our trainees learn about how and why yoga works, and how to apply that to their practice.” Offering many types of yoga for all interests on a daily basis, Bija Yoga also


features Thai yoga therapy, private energy healing and yoga-related products and accessories.


Cost: $3,000, includes tuition, yoga and books; registration is limited to six stu- dents. Location: 1250 Tamiami Trail N., Ste. 205. For more information on class schedule and exclusive workshops, visit BijaYogaNaples.com.


Learn Energy Healing with Renowned Healer Donna Eden


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onna Eden, one of the foremost leaders in the field of energy medicine and author of the classic bestseller Energy Medi- cine and follow-up, award-winning Energy Medicine for Women, will conduct a two- day, interactive workshop from 7 to 10 p.m., September 27 and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., September 28, at First Unity Campus, in St. Petersburg.


Using her ability to see, feel and


transform the human energy field, Eden helps her students unleash their own innate ability to learn the language of energy. Although her worldwide workshops are often attended by physi- cians, nurses and health professionals, she teaches self-healing techniques that anyone can put into practice.


Tickets: $149 (limited number of Sept. 27-only tickets are available for $49). Location: 460 46th Ave. N. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 727-522-6657 or visit WingsBookstore. com. See ad, page 20.


Mandatory Recycling for Collier Businesses


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ll businesses in Collier County are required to follow mandatory


recycling (Collier County Ordinance 2009-56) to avoid potential fines and save money in their operations. The Collier County Solid & Hazardous Waste Management Department, the county department for waste and recy- cling, can assist in setting up recycling programs for businesses. Businesses can choose their recy- cling hauling company and have the option to adopt a single stream process that allows them to put all disposables in one container.


For more information, call Jodi Walters at 239-252-5354, email JodiWalters@ CollierGov.net or visit CollierGov.net/ recycles. See ad, page 18.


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