Yoga Journal Conference.

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on Aug 16, 2011
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yoga journal conference


yoga at estes

Yoga Journal is heading to Estes Park for the 16th time from September 18-25, to produce the Yoga Journal Conference: Colorado! We’re looking forward to waking up to Rocky Mountain views, and maybe even having an elk walk us to class. And, of course, stretching our limbs to the limit and opening our hearts and minds to the max.

Register by August 17th for your chance to practice with over 35 master teachers in more than 100 classes at discounted prices.

Use discount code EP26 to save an additional $50 off the main conference!


Our inspiring line-up of teachers includes (to name a few):

Baptiste will be leading a Three-Day Power Flow Immersion, alongside eleven Senior Baptiste instructors. The Immersion features a daily Master Class and a diverse selection of twenty-four other courses.

Seane will be teaching five classes at the conference and will be a featured panelist for the “Yoga of Relationship” discussion.

This eclectic group puts a unique spin on yoga in their Yoga and Rock-Climbing Intensive and Slackline Series.

Our conferences aim to invigorate body, mind and spirit – not only through class instruction, but also through our special events, which we program to resonate with your physical practice. For example:
  • Baptiste Yoga Rejuvenation Practice: Monday, September 19th

Explore the softer side of the Baptiste Yoga practice in this all-levels asana class with deep and healing restorative poses.

  • LUNAFEST Film Festival: Friday, September 23rd

LUNAFEST, presented by LUNA, is a traveling film festival of notable and award-winning short films by, for, and about women. Wine & Cheese reception precedes the screening at 6:30pm to bring a warm ending to a rejuvenating day of yoga.

  • Panel Discussion: Yoga of Relationship: Saturday, September 24th

In this panel discussion, Seane Corn, Gary Kraftsow, and David Swenson discuss how yoga can bring clarity and greater ease to all your relationships, whether it’s with your partner, your colleagues, or your children.

  • Kirtan Concert with Snatam Kaur and GuruGanesha Singh:  Saturday, September 24th

With Snatam on vocals and harmonium, and GuruGanesha Singh on guitar, the concert will be done in the call-and-response kirtan tradition, which builds an energetic momentum that palpably fills each concert space.


Register now and learn more about the conference here.


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5 Responses to “Yoga Journal Conference.”

  1. Chanel says:

    I would love to practice with Shiva Rea. Her beauty just radiates. The moment I knew that I needed to practice with her, was when I came across a video interview of Shiva Rea talking about surfing. It was so beautiful and I completely understood how she felt about why she loves it so much. Surfing is just yoga. Of course there are many other teachers at the conference that I would love to flow with as well!

  2. elephantjournal says:


    Sponsored Giveaway: Autumn, the Rockies, & yoga?

    Yoga Journal Conferences is offering 2 Estes Park Main Conf passes (Sept 23-25) to 1 lucky elefan. To enter, comment here on this article re what instructor u would most love to practice with & why. Winner announced Sept 17!

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  3. tea says:

    absolutely amazing will be to practice with richard freeman,have admired his style for a while now ,he has a unique way of tying together all the components of the yoga practice,makes sense to me and clicks perfectly and it will be a dream come true to meet him in person and get first hand experience

  4. erica says:

    I have long admired Tias Little who has an amazing depth of understanding of anatomy and all the workings and layers of the body. In spite of his deep and vast knowledge, through humility he makes it understandable, practical, and adds a touch of humor to lighten the mood. He has a way of inter-weaving methods of yoga, philosophy, and spirituality to leave you with a sense of the larger picture, how things are integrated, and the inter-connections of us all. Personally, as a yoga instructor and as a buddhist practitioner who has taken the vows of refuge, I'm attracted to his Buddhist teachings and experiences and how those integrate with yoga. He is a master teacher.

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