is a senior teacher with Prajna Yoga who offers workshops nationally and in Canada. She lives in Marin, Calif., and leads retreats, classes, and teacher training. She was featured in Yoga Journal in August 2012 and graced the cover of the October 2012 issue.
The word Prajna means insight and understanding from within. The word prajna suggests an insight or understanding that is not simply intellectual but involves an embodied, cellular knowing. In this week-long immersion we combine the powerful techniques of asana and pranayama with the clear and poignant teachings of the Buddha dharma. We use asana to strengthen the body and dharma study to gain insight into the mind, heart, and emotional body. This process requires sensitivity, listening, and a capacity to intimately connect with what is happening.