Upcoming Trainings & Workshops

"All roads start from the body and lead back to it. The body is the road."
~Edmond Jabès, Egyptian Poet


October 25-27, 2019 | Rainforest Yoga Studio; Juneau, AK
Stability, Ease, and Insight: A Prajna Yoga Immersion
This weekend immersion will combine the powerful techniques of asana, anatomy, pranayama, and meditation, with Dharma teachings. The asanas will be explored through a unique combination of somatic movement, anatomical illumination, and skillful sequencing. Meditation will give insight into the mind, heart, and emotional body.


November 13-18, 2019 | Orcas Mandala Yoga Studio
Teacher Training and In-Depth Study: Prajna Yoga Session III, The Subtle Body
Session III presents ways to posturally balance the skull efficiently on top of the spine and to mindfully create a “psychic shield” to protect and empower spiritual awareness.


2020 Events


January 27-May 3, 2020 | Spirit Rock Meditation Center
200hr. Dharma and Yoga Teacher Training


May 22- 24, 2020 | Green Gulch Farm; Marin, CA
Yoga and Zen Retreat with Djuna Mascall and Nancy Petrin
Registration Details Coming Soon!


May 29 - June 2, 2020 | Tassajara Zen Mountain Center; Carmel, CA
The Obstacle Is the Path: a Zen and Yoga Exploration of the Hindrances
with Djuna Mascall and Nancy Petrin

Registration Opens in February 2020.


June 6-11, 2020 | Prajna Yoga; Santa Fe, NM
200hr teacher training and In-Depth Study: Prajna Yoga Session I: From the Ground Up
Progress on the path depends on strong legs and deep breath. This session explores the ancient traditions with a contemporary insight into the body-mind connection. Students build stability in their legs through standing poses that spontaneously lead to the lift of the yoga bandhas – mula and uddiyana bandhas. To open the heart-mind, we will cultivate loving kindness (metta) and hone the essentials of mindfulness training.


June 12-17, 2020 | Prajna Yoga; Santa Fe, NM
200hr teacher training and In-Depth Study: Prajna Yoga Session II: The Fluid Body
The body is 75 percent water, and as we age, the body slowly loses its hydrating capacity. We will investigate: How tissue hydration is essential to our vitality by directing blood flow in the yoga postures and how heart, lungs and diaphragm drive the body fluids. In our study, we include myths from the yoga tradition that describe the curative power of water.