jalaBlu School of Yoga Embodied Immersion
‘Expect Ease & Magnetism with Jenna Pfingston / Embodied Life Immersion
Jenna Pfingston is welcoming your curious soul into a NEW and PROFOUND exploration. Embodiment is truth that lives much deeper in our being, beyond our mental fluctuations. When we move from disembodied to embodied, our absolute truth (Shivohum) moves with an essence of ease. When we connect into this powerful PRACTICE (awareness, sound, breath, and movement) we become a magnet for our higher SELF. This Immersion has multiple layers: lecture, movement, pranayama, meditation, and ritual.
"The Felt Sense is something vague, always complex, and ever-changing." ~ Levine
Jenna Pfingston will be the lead teacher and has a 500-ERYT and YACEP certification with Yoga Alliance. This particular Immersion is influenced with Jenna's most recent studies with the Embodied Arts School. Jenna will receive a highly recognized certification to work with souls one on one as she invites them into Embodied Life. Jenna has been practicing yoga for 20 years and has devoted most of her life to ongoing studies including; asana, pranayama, meditation, other forms of movement (dance), voice / sound (mantra), psychology roots of yoga, chakras, and so much more on the path. This particular Immersion embraces any soul ready to go deeper on the path of life and of the SELF. This Immersions would also be a profound way for yoga teachers OR any teacher to expand their offerings to their community.
What will this training gift you beyond ABSOLUTE TRUTH?!
Schedule & Cost for Immersion 2019
$400 by December 30th 2018 / $450 after December 30th
January 17th-19th / February 21st-23rd / March 13th-15th /
Friday Eve 6-8:00pm / Saturday 1:30pm-4:30pm / Sunday 11:00pm-1:30pm
"Knowing my students and my subject depends heavily on self-knowledge. When I do not know myself, I cannot know who my students are. I will see them through a glass darkly, in the shadows of my unexamined life ~ and when I cannot see them clearly, I cannot teach them well. When I do not know myself, I cannot know my subject ~ not at the deepest levels of embodied, personal meaning. I will know it only abstractly, from a distance, a congeries of concepts as far removed from the world as I am from personal truth. The work required to "know thyself" is neither selfish nor narcissistic. Whatever self-knowledge we attain as teachers will serve our students. Good teaching requires self-knowledge: It is a secret hidden in plain sight." ~ Parker J. Palmer