Look Who Showed Up To Practice

A quick note from Pranakriya Student, Michele Burton Dear Jacci -  I had an interesting experience yesterday. I was at the end of your gentle session practice and was hearing some thumping noise outside but ignored it due to thunderstorms. When I looked out my balcony...

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Meet Director-In-Training Stacee Johnson

NAME: Stacee Johnson PROGRAM YOU ARE IN TRAINING TO LEAD: 200-hour YTT WHY DID YOU JOIN THE DIT PROGRAM? I chose to join the DIT program because I enjoy teaching and this is a great opportunity to deepen my own understanding while helping others move forward in their...

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Book Suggestions from Emily

Musculoskeletal Assessment Director and Crofton Yoga Studio co-owner, Emily shares some of her favorite books for the beach or wherever you are. The Chemistry of Calm: A Powerful, Drug-Free Plan to Quiet Your Fears and Overcome Your Anxiety Original ed. Edition, by...

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Travel Tips from Director Devadas

1). Quite frankly, there is very little that I enjoy about traveling these days.  I like to get to a new place, but the process of travel itself just seems hard to me these days.  That may reflect changes in the travel industry itself, or just another indication of my...

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Meet Director-In-Training Amanda Trevelino

I'm training to lead Holding Space. I joined the DIT program for two reasons. First, I know it will challenge me personally and help me grow as a teacher and as a person. Second, I want to teach teachers. Specifically, teachers who want to go deeper into the inquiry...

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Quinoa Tabouli from DIT Rebecca Leary Safon

Quinoa Tabouli Recipe Ingredients: (serves 4) 1 cup quinoa 2 cups water 1/2 tsp. sea salt 1 cup cucumber, diced small 1/2 cup parsley, finely chopped 1/2 cup scallions, thinly sliced Lettuce leaves as a garnish Instructions: Cook quinoa and sea salt in 2 cups of...

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Book Suggestions from William

This month, William shares a few of his favorite reads. This book is all about the breath.  Sandra does an amazing job sharing and putting into words and poems the power of pranayama. Breath by Sandra Sabatini     Other Favorites Bodymind by Ken Dychtwald...

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Meet Director-in-Training Rebecca Leary Safon

2017 saw the roll-out of our official Pranakriya Director-in-Training Program.  Five individuals stepped forward to apply and express their interest in becoming Directors for our school.  It is quite a rigorous training program which takes 3-5 years to complete.  Over...

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What Makes Pranakriya Unique?

In this 9-part series we will look at all the aspects that make Pranakriya Yoga a unique practice in the world of Western Yoga. Traditionally, a student would learn yoga by studying one-on-one with a teacher, who would offer the student individualized techniques and...

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Book Recommendations: Heather Schleupner

Director of the Basic Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training, Heather Schleupner recommends the following books for your enjoyment The Four Desires by Rod Stryker Yoga and the Quest for True Self by Stephen Cope Last Child in the Woods by Richard Louv Balance Your Hormones,...

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The Back Nine

Read slowly and watch your witness. And Then it is Winter You know…time has a way of moving quickly and catching you unaware of the passing years.  It seems just yesterday that I was young, just married and embarking on my new life with my mate.  Yet in a way, it...

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Travel Tips From Director Krissy Dopson

Q:  What do you love most about the traveling aspect of your job? A:  The change of scene and pace – it is where I get to embody and embrace yoga. Change, for me, creates churn and tapas; therefore I get/choose to learn and grow from the experiences change brings. Q:...

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Pranakriya School of Yoga Healing Arts offers teacher trainings, retreats, classes and workshops that explore the ancient practices of Tantra Hatha Yoga. We encourage all students to practice with focus at a level to both humble and inspire their lives. We work to foster an open and accepting community of growth, healing and transformation that invites all practitioners to listen deeply and to respectfully follow their own soul’s dharma. Our mission is to support humanity, become more fully alive and live attuned to Prana.


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