2024 Teacher Trainings & Practice Immersions
You are welcome here.
All parts of you are embraced in the vast field of yoga.
Our vision is one of an inclusive, diverse, compassionate community that will nourish body, mind, spirit.
Janet lends a warmth and wealth of practice and knowledge to create a unique, safe, potent approach to living yoga.
Through immersive, deep Sadhana (dedicated practice), we become more intimate with our inner self, unwinding hold habits and patterns, exploring our deepest heart intention (Sankalpa) and practicing aligning our moment-to-moment choices with our intention.
This is a place to be reminded, to remember, and to remind others what we’ve seemingly forgotten along the way of this wild, divisive, distracting spin of life, thoughts, old habits and patterns.
Through live and virtual immersions, classes, retreats, trainings, we hope you find a home here.
Bali is the perfect place to explore the rich earth and vast sky as we find tangible connections to what grounds us in the heart of the practice.
This immersion is for teachers, non-teachers, and all other humans who want to embody yoga as a place between and within the fluctuations.
We’ll begin with the foundation of our own practice that will emanate to those around us in class settings, work environments, home, love, children and so on. Then opening to the limitless sky comes with widening of our aperture/view point until these teachings become an offering to all beings.
We’ll meet in the middle of the rice fields at the luxurious Bagus Jati for ten days and nights, near Ubud, Bali, in the heart of the island. Setting our feet at the base of an active volcano, we can feel the power of the earth. As we hike to the top of the volcano at sunrise, we’ll reach for the limitless space all around.
Sadhana is the foundation of living yoga, the well from which we draw as students and teachers on the path.
Whether you are a yoga teacher or a dedicated lifelong practitioner, cultivating and sustaining the habit of daily practice is an integral part of moving from “doing” yoga to being yoga, allowing it to permeate your life, to move from the mat into every aspect of your life.
For many of us, developing and sustaining a home practice can be challenging. Over the past several years, most of us have moved some aspect of our practice into our homes. This course is about re-igniting or sustaining this home practice and exploring ways to make it your own.
They say it takes 40 days to make something a habit, and so over 40 days we will commit to ourselves, in the context of community, and offer a daily practice.