Thu, May 02|
Location is TBD
Ganja Yoga Hybrid Training
What Up Dough Detroit, Lets GanjaYoga Train w/ Dee Dussault
Time & Location
May 02, 2024, 12:00 PM EDT – May 05, 2024, 8:00 PM EDT
Location is TBD
About the event
Spend the best four days of your life learning all things cannabis wellness at the yearly hybrid Ganja Yoga training!
Tune in virtually over Zoom from wherever you are, or join one of our in-person pods in Berkeley, Chicago, Detroit, Maryland, New Mexico, or Tampa!
May 2nd-5th, 2024
— Cannabis’ sacred use across the ancient world; its therapeutic, somatic, psychedelic, and trauma properties. — Science of CBD, THC, and terpenes + best practices for purchasing and honoring weed. — Biomechanical, trauma-informed, inclusive, and accessible yoga for the most relaxing, healing, and sustainable enhanced practice.
— Information will be balanced with experiential movement practices, yoga classes + opportunities to connect with the community.
--- Open to any experienced yoga practitioner.
Ganja Yoga Training:
44-hour training 20 hours of pre-required reading/viewing 24-hour in-person hours 37 Yoga Alliance CEU credits Meet Your Teacher: Dee Dussault pioneered cannabis-enhanced yoga classes in 2009 with Ganja Yoga, featured in Wall Street Journal, New York Times, & Yoga Journal.
Thousands of people in over a dozen US states and around the world have blazed and bent with Dee or read her best-selling Harper Collins book, ‘Ganja Yoga.’ Hundreds of people have graduated from the Ganja Yoga Training and there are Certified Ganja Yoga Teachers worldwide!
After two decades of yoga practice, Dee suffered an injury due to misalignment in her poses. She took a year-long biomechanics training and now loves sharing new ways to approach movement on the mat. A considerable part of the training is unlearning some unwise biomechanic habits repeated in many yoga teacher trainings. We also use props and modifications to keep our cannabis-enhanced yoga relaxing, chill, and safe for all bodies.
— Business Module, with info on how to skillfully make a living from this work — I updated the History of Cannabis in Yoga module, taught by Smrita Choubey, a South Asian cannabis activist and yogi from New Jersey. — Conversations on ways to embrace rather than culturally appropriate yoga, re-investing in our communities to counter the failed war on drugs, and working for representation, accessibility, and equality in our yoga spaces. — 37 Yoga Alliance CEU credits — Forever access to the digital Ganja Yoga training to watch repeatedly!
Join in Detroit with a Certified GY Teacher Early: $650 Regular: $800 Community Pricing & Returning Grads: $420 Join virtually from home! Early: $500-flat Regular: $700 Community Pricing & Returning Grads: $250 - Two-part Payment Plans are available for regular-priced tuition until May 2nd at no extra cost.
- Early Pricing ends March 31st.
- Returning grads: Email Dolly to register at a reduced rate: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, May 2nd, 9 am-5 pm PST Friday, May 3rd, 9 am-5 pm PST Saturday, May 4th, 9am-8 pm PST Sunday, May 5th, 9 am- 4:20 pm PST
Resiter at: www.ganjayoga.com
“This training was above and beyond my expectations. It took me on a personal development journey with the plant and the spirit. As a yoga instructor, I learned the opening ceremony style before partaking in ganja and yoga. I could go on but will be still and ever so grateful.”
“This is one of the best trainings I've ever taken! Please take this training; your perspective and sense of belonging will forever be changed! Taking this training is truly saying YES to yourself!
The workshop exceeded my expectations in many ways, but in particular, the overall quality and intimacy of the Zoom format and moderation really made the experience accessible and personal.”
“I loved the structure of the class and the safety that was present throughout the training. The material was well thought out and showed the team’s commitment to the well-being of the yoga community. All of the instructors were engaging, intuitive, and informative.”
“The knowledge, skill, and care brought to these concerning the lineages, ancient history, and use of this healing plant and modality. Great training! Amazing trainers! An incredible way to blend functional movement, ancient wisdom, and humanities medicine to heal modern-day traumas.”