Awakening to the World of SPIRIT Workshop


What is spirit and how can I be of assistance?

March 30, 2019 1 PM – 5 PM

$150 (includes light snacks & beverages)

Instructor: Terri Marsteller 

During this enlightening 5 hour workshop you will discover the different degrees of SPIRIT. Terri will share her life experiences and expertise with you while answering many questions and uncertainties you may have about the world of SPIRIT.

Some of the topics that will be discussed are: 

· Are you able to See, Hear, and/or feel?

· Earthbound or Heavenly bound? 

· When they ask for help-what do I do?

· Crossing Over

· Will I see them again? 

· Negative Entities

· Q & A and many more. 

We will discuss whatever SPIRIT leads us to discuss.

There will be light snacks & beverages, please feel free to bring a snack to share. 


Spring Equinox Celebration With Amber

March 20  6-8 pm

Come out and Join Amber McCann for a Spring Equinox celebration workshop!  Amber will be leading you through a yoga class and meditation based on the transitions to Spring.  Hear a brief lecture on what the significance of this time is and have oracle cards pulled!    Please message Amber to pay ahead and save your spot.  

More info to come! 


Beyond the Hunt



Class Description: 

This class will offer you insight on many aspects of the spirit world including but not limited to:

o Paranormal Research (aka Ghost Hunting)- Class 1

o Discovering Spirits- Class 2

o Spirit Types – Class 2

o Boundaries & Psychic Self-Defense-Class 3

o Portals – Class 3

o Medium/Sensitive/Intuitive/Empath Guest Speakers-Class 4

o Intuition – Class 4

o Readings – Class 4

o Meditation – Class 5

o Helping Spirits- Class 5

o Soul ID – Class 6

o Crossover – Class 6

o Visits – Class 6

Schedule: Option #1= 6 weekly evening classes/3 hours each 

 Option #2= 1 monthly class/3 hours for 6 months

Cost: $360

Option #1 Dates: Wednesdays April 3,17,24 & May 1, 8, &15

Time: 6:30-9:30 PM

Option #2 Dates: Sundays April 14, May 5, June 16, July 21, August 11, Sept. 15

Time: 1-5 PM


Yoga for Scoliosis Level 1

Yoga for Scoliosis Level 1, May 25 10-7:00, May 26 9:30-6:30.  Cost $325 with early pay by April 24 of $295 

This class is for those with scoliosis, yoga teachers, yoga therapists, occupational therapists and assistants, and physical therapists and assistants.  This class is an approved CEU class for Yoga Alliance, IAYT, Florida OTS/COTAS, and is pending with the Pennsylvania OT board.  PTs can submit individually for CEU approval.

Those with scoliosis present with unique challenges, which can include pain management, breathing capacity, balance/fall risk, mobility, cardiac problems, spinal deterioration, body image, and self-esteem. Muscle imbalances that can either contribute to or result from scoliosis can become exacerbated over time through the effects of gravity and positioning during activities of daily living and make the scoliosis worse.  Research shows that scoliosis pattern-specific exercise can not only prevent worsening of the condition, but actually correct the curve.  However, especially for adolescents, being involved in an exercise program for scoliosis can lead to depression and low self-esteem as they seem to emphasize the idea that “something is wrong with me.”  Yoga  not only offers scoliosis pattern-specific exercise that can reverse scoliosis curve but through the application of yoga philosophy can lead to a sense of self-mastery and self-empowerment that mitigates tendencies toward poor self-image.  Yoga, applied appropriately, is effective in correcting muscle imbalances, elongating and de-rotating the spine, stretching and strengthening the left and right sides of the body separately, facilitating neurological reprogramming, promoting body awareness as well as awareness on all levels of being, and promoting self-acceptance and self-mastery.  In addition, yoga gives yoga students  clients and patients the tools they need to manage their condition throughout their lifetime, decreasing pain and debility as they age while promoting vibrancy, resiliency, and optimal health and well-being.

 Learning objectives for yoga teachers without a healthcare license or yoga therapy designation: 

1.  Learn what scoliosis is and how it originates.

3.  Learn the anatomy of different scoliosis patterns, and how to recognize it in students in class. 

4.  Learn how daily activities, including yoga can make the condition worse or better. 

5.  Learn how scoliosis affects other systems in the body which can come into play in yoga class; 

6.  Learn how to cue students in poses to optimize safety; 

7.  Learn the role of the yoga teacher versus licensed healthcare professionals and yoga therapists in working with students with scoliosis.

8.  Experience a yoga practice geared toward strengthening and stretching the sides of the body separately to accommodate those with scoliosis.

Additional objectives for OT, PT, and yoga therapists:

8.  Learn how to accurately assess clients and patients scoliosis patterns, accompanying postural and muscular imbalances in the entire structure, and well as imbalances in the chakra and kosher system using a questionnaire based on the koshas, breath assessment, and chakra assessment and  assessment in standing and specific yoga poses.

9.  Learn how to develop an individualized scoliosis pattern-specific yoga program for clients and patients, assess the effectiveness over time, and adjust the program as needed.

10. Obtain a written routine that can be prescribed to patients for self-management.


If you have them, please bring bolsters, blocks, straps, and blankets.  Please wear form fitting clothing that allows classmates to clearly see your torso and legs.  Please register for this class at  Please bring your lunch and snacks.  

Stacy Foust Renz, OTR/L, C-IAYT, ERYT500 is an occupational therapist, certified yoga therapist trained through Integrative Yoga Therapy, and an experienced 500-hour level yoga teacher.  She is the owner of Living Room Yoga, LLC in St. Petersburg, FL and the founder of Life Balance Yoga Therapy teacher training programs.    She has been teaching yoga for scoliosis classes since 2004.  Students report a greater awareness of their bodies and themselves as well as less pain and fewer doctor visits as a result of participating in the yoga for scoliosis classes.  To learn more about her practice please visit


Thai Yoga Massage Level 1 training

June 1  10 am - 7 pm & June 2  9:30am-6:30 pm

This Traditional Thai Massage course is a 2 day class performed & taught on a futon/mat. It is Barry's introductory course, NCBTMB approved that covers a 90 - 120 minute sequence, this class also comes with a manual, and certificate worth 16 CEs. This ancient hands on art is great for licensed touch therapists as well as for those who just want to learn therapeutic touch to share with family, lovers, friends and neighbors.

More of what will be covered:

*Rhythmic compressions with hands, feet, thumbs, elbows and knees. 

*Stimulating and moving the 5 vayus, chakras, sen and marma points.

*body mechanics

*Diaphragmatic breathing

*Some history & philosophy & more

**Must be paid or deposit left to be considered registered for this course!

**Cost for level 1, 2 day course is $325.00!  Early pay  $295.00.

*Register here: (Leave a note with name and that it is for PA course)

-If you want to retake this course again please message or call to ask for discounted price.

Course is taught by Barry Cooper LMT, AHC & E-RYT

Barry Cooper is a Licensed Massage Therapist with over 15 years of experience, Ayurveda Health Counselor a Graduate of California College of Ayurveda, & the owner/operator of Ayurvedic Massage and Yoga of Central Florida @ Living Room Yoga in Saint Petersburg, Florida.