Yoga of the Four Agreements

Principles and practices to enjoy your holiday season

The holidays can be a stressful time and we can take things more personally.  This 4-Saturday workshop series, themed around the popular Don Miguel Ruiz book, The Four Agreements, uses yoga to help us gain insights into how we relate and respond to external and internal forces.  Amelia Bernard and Kirk Fuller are excited to offer this series and together they bring over 20 years experience to the workshop.

Dates:  Saturdays Nov. 10, 17, Dec. 1 & 8
Time: 1:00pm-3:00pm

The workshops:
Each class will feature 30 minute conversations, 15 minute guided meditations and 75 minute asanas all focused on the theme of the day.

Saturday Nov. 10 – What’s up with your impeccability?
A look at how we use the word both with others and with ourself.

Saturday Nov. 17 – What do you mean “I take it personally!”?
Discover how taking things personally sets us up for suffering.

Saturday Dec. 1 –  How we make an ass out of you and me?
Understand how communication helps us to discern assumptions from the truth.

Saturday Dec. 8 –  Your best changes in every moment
Learn about the power of our intent and how our yoga practice to be open and light hearted during the holiday season.


$120 For the Series of four if paid in advance
$40 drop in for a single workshop

Amelia bio:

Yoga came into Amelia’s life at a young age. Growing up in rural Northern California she found yoga in high school after a childhood full of dance. In yoga, the strong link between the body and mind was similar to the way she looked at dance and thus the connection was made. After this relationship was forged, she trained with Amy Sullivan in 2015 and has been teaching ever since. She shares her kind, compassionate energy with some giggles and lots of love.



Kirk bio: As a yoga teacher Fuller has studied under Mary Paffard. As a shaman he has apprenticed with Toltec Master Don Miguel Ruiz Jr. and family. Together he has over 15 years of spiritual and yogic study and offers unique insights and inspiring perspectives in his classes.  Fuller is also a past President of Yoga Mendocino.