Summer Camp For Yogis

August 10-13


Summer is great to set some time aside just for you and your practices. It is a great time to get into the dirt of your body, the sweat of a good practice and the deliciousness that only a wild and spacious summer can bring.

Think really good yoga in the morning with awesome people in a great little home-spun spot, a little snack, then creative time you rarely give yourself.  



Asana & Writing: A Weekend

with Guest Teacher Peach Friedman

September 15th-17th 2017

Rediscover your physical body as a vehicle to access your voice // Sense into your fat, skin, blood, bones, and organs…and listen to what they’re trying to tell you // Hone your language to more accurately reflect your message // Practice embodiment techniques to unlock silenced voices from within // Unravel lost inner landscapes and stand on a solid physical foundation: land in your own body. Know where you are now. Speak from that place.

In this 3-day program, acclaimed author and experienced yoga teacher, Peach Friedman, will progressively take you through a writing and movement immersion experience.

Applied Psychology for yogis Fall intensive:

The Shadow

October 26th-29th 2017





Across the board I hear from many of you that you are deeply interested in the educational and even therapeutic and healing usages of Somatic Counter Transference in teaching yoga. 

This is a naturally occurring phenomenon most people simplify in calling intuition. It is a function of your bodies capacity to resonate in the presence of another. You feel in your body sensations and feelings that link back to the experience of the other. Truly, this is one of my favorite topics! I have also come to see it as a distinguishing features in my own teaching. It took me years to realize this is what I was actually doing and being directed by in my choices throughout any class. The skillful usage of this exquisite process of resonance is a beautiful way somatic psychology and yoga teaching marry.

My hope is that this takes your learning in Applied Psychology for Yogis to a whole other level. I feel rather confident it will change your teaching to a level that is more nuanced, less projective, more immediate and in the moment. I want you to feel confident and humbled. I want you to change the field be being ever more yourselves. I want to sit in the same room with you and deepen together individually and collectively. 

Applied Psychology for yogis Winter intensive:

The Psychologically Sound Yoga Classroom

January 18-21, 2018

Applied Psychology for yogis Spring intensive:


April 12-15 2018