My Schedule

Special Workshops

June 6, 2021, 10 am to 12:30 PT

The Yoga of Letting Go

What keeps us holding on? What prevents us from letting go? Whether we prefer letting go or letting things be, we are attached. Attached, stuck, and often in pain. How can we use the tools we learn from yoga to release the unneeded, the unnecessary, the unwanted?
Join Y12SR Leader, author, and E-RYT 500 Kyczy Hawk, for this webinar investigating sutras, some words of wisdom from modern thinkers and practical techniques to get to the bottom of some sticky topics…hopefully providing a few tools for letting go.
Dress comfortably and have your mat ready for a short somatic-based practice. Having a few hard-backed books and a plastic shopping bag on hand will be helpful. Please also be prepared with a notebook for a few written exercises.
The webinar will be recorded and links will be emailed to all registered participants to view on their own time as many times as you wish prior to June 20, 2021. After that date, recordings will auto delete.

Register through Y12SR.COM

Weekly Schedule 2021

    • MONDAY
      • Off day
      • Private Students
      • 9 am Signs of Stress and 5-minute interventions with The Whole Person Care Pilot SCC: WPC members-only
      • 4:00 pm to 5:30 PM Three twenty-minute sessions with The Whole Person Care Pilot SCC: WPC members-only
      • Private Students
    • FRIDAY
      •  1:00 pm to 4:30 pm Seven twenty-minute sessions with The Whole Person Care Pilot SCC: WPC members
      • 9:30 – 10:30 am Elmwood (Monthly) PAUSED
    • SUNDAY
      • 8 – 9 am In The Rooms online Yoga Recovery Speaker Discussion meeting

Private Classes Available

Please contact me directly (kyczy(at) if you, your organization, or facility would like to schedule classes. Private or group classes can be arranged, in person, or online.

Online Classes

Check my YouTube channel (Kyczy Hawk) for a series of seated and chair-assisted yoga classes.

Y12SR classes – ongoing online classes can be found at Y12SR.COM

Yoga of 12 Step Recovery (Y12SR) classes are a combination of an all recovery path 12 Step style meeting followed by an hour-long all-levels yoga class.  The discussion in the meeting is usually based on a topic that merges both yoga philosophy and recovery concepts, reframing what we already know and talk about in conventional meetings from a new perspective.  The yoga practice style is adapted to the students and the concepts discussed reinforcing the words in the physical; completing the mind, body, and spiritual union.

Styles and Types of Yoga I Teach
Recovery Infused Yoga Classes

Recovery-infused yoga classes celebrate the concepts of recovery as they are experienced on the mat.  Concepts that include balance and rest, effort and ease are explored in the physical postures and remind us of skills we can incorporate off the mat and in how we face “life on life’s terms”.  These classes are most commonly taught in treatment centers but are offered from time to time in workshops and class series.

Somatic Style Yoga classes

Somatic yoga is a therapeutic style of yoga. Focussing on breath and coordinated slow body movements this practice reconnects the mind and body to “blind spots” of our musculature; areas that have been overworked, deadened due to accident or trauma, parts of ourselves that need to be integrated in a more focused manner. Helpful for people with chronic pain or back problems there is very little movement between standing and sitting; the majority of the class is done on the mat.

Slow Gentle Yoga Classes

Teaching a traditional style of yoga with very little vinyasa, or flow, between poses we investigate the poses in a longer, slower more contemplative manner.  My desire is to befriend the body, to reintegrate and restore confidence and pleasure in ourselves rather than to force, cajole, or criticize our physical being.

Private Classes and Workshops

Please contact me directly if your organization or facility would like to schedule classes.  Yoga is an incredibly potent method to relax the body and calm the mind. Techniques learned in a yoga class can benefit the student in all stages of recovery.  Effective breathing can lead to conscious good choices, awareness of the body can lead to better control of feelings and responses.  Together meditation with breath and body awareness contribute to relaxation and, ultimately, to stress reduction and impulse control.