with Traci Joy Burleigh
January 4th and 18th, February 1st and 8th, March 8th and 22nd, April 5th and 19th
Fridays, 6:00 – 8:00pm (16 hours of training)
$400 by December 1st/$500 after
More and more people are turning to yoga, meditation, and complementary therapies: to grow, to heal, to have fun, to learn, to lessen suffering, to be embodied, relieve stress, get stronger, and more.
This immersion series is a relevant way to advance your practice, without the pressure to be “advanced” in poses or specific practices.
We will cover such topics as classical philosophy as well as the ethics of yoga in the world today. You will learn how to establish a satisfying and successful routine/ritual for yourself as well as easy ways to empower self care through Ayurveda and nutrition. As part of the series, you will discover the stabilizing and soothing qualities of mindful meditation, an understanding of basic anatomy, practical breathing techniques, yoga therapeutics and restorative practices.
The series provides an opportunity to not only study poses, breathing techniques, mindfulness, and philosophy, but also to be accountable to yourself and to a community of other students.
This immersion will work well for students with 1 solid year of practice, and a strong commitment to growth and exploration. The series is open to people of varying skill levels, physical abilities, genders, and very approachable to those with injuries. If you have questions about the series please contact TJ at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuition includes in studio class/practice hours, snacks and tea plus handouts and practice suggestions for between sessions. There will also be ways to stay accountable and communicate with TJ during the duration of the immersion.
Instructor — Traci Joy Burleigh
Traci Joy (TJ) Burleigh is a long-time yogi, Vipassana practitioner, health educator and coach, Ayurvedic practitioner and bodyworker. She loves yoga for it’s dynamic and uniting practices of body and heart.
She owns and operates “Arts of Flesh”, in San Francisco CA, enriching people’s lives through her attentive presence, intuitive insight, technical skill, bold encouragement, humor and radical embodiment. TJ’s experience of yoga is unbranded and inimitable. She brings a passion for anatomy, breath, biomechanics, feeling great, poetry, and permission to her teaching.
She teaches at UCSF, SF General Hospital, and privately. TJ is certified at the highest level with Yoga Alliance, E-RYT and is a member of IAYT. She is on the faculty of Yoga Mendocino, where she has trained teachers since 2005. She can be reached at email@example.com.