An $800 non-refundable deposit is required to register for this trip.
Space is extremely limited to the first 12 participants to register
Breathe Los Gatos is collaborating with Arizona Raft Adventures and Grand Canyon Discovery to create a rare opportunity for a motor rafting and yoga adventure inside the Grand Canyon in August, 2013. Beginning and ending in Flagstaff, Arizona, you will see 225 miles of the Colorado River and the view of the Grand Canyonfrom below. This adventure includes beautiful back country camping as well as some of the most incredible side hike opportunities in the Grand Canyon, awe inspiring night skies, friendship, yoga and nature.
Guests of all levels of rafting experience are welcome on the motor trip and our group will remain together the entire trip. One day during the eight day trip we might enjoy an early camp, another day we might hike, do yoga and play up side streams and canyons. This is a once in a life time experience, to experience the grand canyonfrom a boat, to practice yoga in one of the most beautiful places on earth and to be together in this way for eight incredible days.
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A yoga practitioner for nineteen years, she has a strong client-based yoga therapeutics practice, and specializes in working with those who have or are recovering from cancer and their caregivers. She is the founder of the Yoga Alliance 200-hour "Joy of Yoga" advanced studies and teacher training program. She trains psychotherapists to become yoga teachers, transforming residential treatment centers and educational institutions that are dedicated to helping troubled adolescent girls. Jennifer has been a professional artist for twenty years and her award-winning artwork has appeared in Yoga Journal, Psychology Today and the Calendar of Women Artists. Holding a Master's Degree in Art and Consciousness Studies, she was an Associate Professor at Cogswell College in Silicon Valley where for eight years she taught storytelling, mythology and creativity, in addition to teaching in Singapore and in India. While in higher education she researched and collected the origins of the holidays celebrated around the world, traveling to fourteen countries documenting unique religious traditions or sacred festivals. She left higher education to more actively guide people in living healthy happy lives. She is completing a yoga guidebook and a therapeutic vinyasa DVD. She lives with her husband Will and their son, Liam. Uniting innovative asana sequencing with attention to alignment, breath work, chanting, partner work and meditation Jennifer brings creativity, curiosity and love to the practice of teaching yoga. Her passion for yoga and for life is contagious.www.jenniferprugh.com