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The Art of Props and Sequencing
Support, uplift and expand your practice with new and novel ways to work with props

Sunday, March 17th, 2024 | 3pm-6pm

Are you ready to expand your teaching practice and skills to meet an even wider breadth of students?  We invite Juneau yoga teachers and advanced practitioners to join us In collaboration with Rainforest Yoga, we are offering an advanced practitioner & yoga teacher training located at Auke Bay Yoga studio focused on incorporating props into your teachings. Whether it is to make any pose accessible for anyone, or deepen asanas in a new way.

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Experience a transformative Yoga Teacher Training session with Djuna as she delves into the art, science and specific techniques of incorporating props into your teaching. Learn new ways to support and engage your students with the use of props and intelligent sequencing—two essential elements of skillful teaching that are applicable to all styles of yoga and are often misunderstood or underutilized.


This intensive will build confidence and strengthen your ability to create classes that are more inviting, supportive, fun, and deepen your students’ understanding of their bodies and experience of yoga—the greatest gift we can offer them.

Djuna's expertise and unique teaching style will inspire and empower you to add a new dimension to your teaching repertoire. Reserve your spot now and take your teaching skills to the next level.

About Djuna Devereaux:

My teaching weaves asana training, with somatic movement, biomechanics, and the wisdom of yoga and the Buddha Dharma, into each offering. My sessions are crafted to cultivate embodied awareness, as well as strength and mobility, while supporting the body’s innate capacity to heal. As a long time Dharma practitioner, I approach the asanas as vehicles of insight, inviting us to awaken to present moment experience through the intelligence of the body. 

I have studied with Tias and Surya Little for twenty years and I am Prajna Yoga Faculty, offering workshops and teacher trainings internationally. I completed yoga therapy certification with Sarahjoy Marsh and continue in-depth studies with Carrie Owerko. My primary Dharma teachers are Thanissara and Kittisaro and I am a core teacher for Sacred Mountain Sangha and lead retreats and trainings at Spirit Rock Meditation Center.

As a student of social justice, I seek to create spaces that support and honor all beings, which is an ongoing listening and learning process.

As a 20-year resident of Orcas Island, being embedded in the natural world nourishes and informs me. I sailed here, after months on the Pacific on a small engine-less sailboat, and co-built a cabin and homestead. In 2008, I became the first woman on record to circumnavigate the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska by kayak.

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