Unearthing Our Power
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Unearthing Our Power


power • from latin potere = to be able to

In this course, we'll look at power through a new lens. We'll approach power by first exploring ways of being that keep us from fully stepping into our power. Then, we’ll dive into four expressions of power and our vision for the world we want to cultivate.

Over 4 weeks, we'll dig deep to unearth our power, revealing the power that already lives within us. At the same time, we'll explore our visions for our lives and for the collective, as we consider where we want to use our power to live more authentically and fully.

We'll explore

  • our relationship to power
  • how boundaries can support us in living into our vision and intention
  • the relationship between creativity and fear
  • the difference between shadow vs. trauma
  • how to cultivate both individual and collective power


Throughout the course, we'll return to our visions for our lives through guided meditation, provocative questions, and thoughtful discussions.

Each week, a new module will be released. You can watch the on demand videos on your own schedule during the week, and we'll have opportunities to come together for discussion, connection, and questions.

  • Introductory week • Welcome and preparation
  • Module 1: Self-sabotage • habits and relationships that limit our vision and alignment with our deepest intention
  • Module 2: Fear • 8 types of fear and how we can work make fear our ally to keep us safe and know when we are in new territory
  • Module 3: Shadow • the distinction between trauma, shadow and shadow work
  • Module 4: Power • 4 types of power and how to have power together

Each week will include: 

  • A dharma talk with Justin
  • Meditation with Justin
  • Mantra with Janet and Justin
  • Movement practice with Janet

The meditation, mantra and movement are designed to be visited daily or several times during the week.

Recommended Readings

Throughout the course, we'll recommend readings from Justin's book: Stay Woke: A Meditation Guide for the Rest of Us


This course can be taken for 20 continuing education hours through Yoga Alliance or as an elective for Janet's teacher training programs.

Enrollment for this course is available on an ongoing basis. You can find details about tuition, including payment plans, sliding scale rates and more, on the enrollment page.

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Justin Michael Williams

Justin Michael Williams

From growing up with gunshot holes outside of his bedroom window, to sharing the stage with Deepak Chopra, JUSTIN MICHAEL WILLIAMS knows the power of healing to overcome. He is an author, top 20 recording artist, and transformational speaker who is using music and meditation to wake up the world.

When he was younger, Justin always wanted to be a singer, but a lifetime of being bullied, teased, and abused, made him give up his dream. Then after a seminal moment with his dying grandmother, Justin woke up—and his debut album premiered in the top 20 of the iTunes charts next to Britney Spears and Taylor Swift. He has since been featured by Billboard,, SXSW®, and shared on stages alongside some of the most compelling leaders of our time, including Marianne Williamson, Deepak Chopra, and Chaka Khan.

With over a decade of teaching experience, Justin has become a pioneering voice of color for the new healing movement—between his podcast, keynotes, and motivational online platforms, Justin’s teachings have now spread to more than 40 countries around the globe.

Justin is dedicated to using his voice to serve. To being a beacon of hope for those who are lost, and to making sure all people, of all backgrounds, have access to the information they need to change their lives.

“When people wake up to their own brilliance—it’s like magic,"says Williams. 'If my work and art can inspire people to do that, then I’ve fulfilled my mission.”

His first book, Stay Woke: A Meditation Guide for the Rest of Us, was released nationwide February 11, 2020.

Janet Stone

Janet Stone

Janet’s studentship began at 17 under the meditation teachings of Prem Rawat. His reverence for simplicity and finding joy in the rise and fall of life live on in her practice and teaching today. In 1996, she traveled to India, the birthplace of her grandfather, and became dedicated to the path of yoga. Janet blends the alchemy of her own practice with decades of studentship. She aspires not to teach but to allow the practice to emanate from her, letting awareness blend with movement and breath. Based in Bali and San Francisco, she leads immersions, retreats, workshops and more.

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How is this course setup?

We are using an intuitive, yet robust learning platform, called Mighty Networks. Once you enroll in the course, you’ll be invited to join the course + community space and you'll have access to the course intro.

Will I get access to everything at once?

In order to provide a container for this practice and process, one lesson will be covered each week for 4 weeks. As soon as you enroll, you’ll get access to introductory lectures and practices that will thread through the entire course.

I live in a different timezone (or country or continent)? Will I be able to participate in the course?

The course is setup so that it works for individuals no matter where they live in the world. New content will be released each week, and you can work through the practices, videos and exercises at your own pace. The ongoing community connection in the Mighty Network sets up an amazing way for ongoing connection, wherever you are.

Will we be doing a physical practice with this course?

There is an asana practice curated for each week’s exploration and theme.

How much time should I plan to spend each week?

Each module includes a little over an hour of video content. This includes Justin’s introduction to the theme for the module. In addition, each module includes asana, mantra and meditation that are designed to be revisited to support your personal practice through the week. Most people will spend 3-5 total hours with the course each week, including Justin’s thematic discussions, daily practice and reflections.

Can I rewatch or review content from earlier weeks?

Yes, absolutely. Once content for a week is unlocked, you will have access to that in the future. You can return to the course at any time and you’ll receive any updates to the curriculum for future course releases as well.

In what circumstances can I get a refund?

The course is non-refundable, since you get lifetime access to the content. If you have serious extenuating circumstances, email and we’ll discuss options.

Who can I email if my question wasn’t answered here?

Email if you have other questions.


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