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Are you in love with your practice? Maybe you’ve plateaued–in practice or life? Looking for more? If you’re reading this, the desire & need is already there–consciously or subconsciously your body & mind is asking & craving for a deeper connection to yourself, your life & your practice.

Life is yoga.  In this training you will learn how to bridge the gap between what you feel and how you move on your mat, and how you feel and how you move through your life. Experiencing change in your life is always difficult–but working to create change within yourself is even more so.  This training will be both one of the hardest and one of the best  things you’ll do in your life.

This training is intentionally kept small so that there is the chance to individualize this experience and so that you can be fully heard and seen. While there are no exams, this training will push you to be present, to participate and to do the deep personal work the practice of yoga asks of us. While tough–physically, mentally and or emotionally– at times, it is well worth the work you will put into yourself and well worth the very real, concrete results this yoga training process consistently delivers–whether it be in the form of life changing experiences, shifts in old and sometimes self-sabotaging habits & patterns, a new level of understanding of and accessibility to this 3,000+ year old practice, or anything in between.

Registration is now open.

See our Teacher Training page for more details or to register and or email with any questions.

Supporting Massachusetts Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired

Jaclyn will be running the 2018 Boston Marathon in April along side inspiring blind and visually impaired runners and supporters AKA Team with a Vision to raise money for the Massachusetts Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired. To show your support and make a donation of any kind, please check out her funding page @

$30 supports 1 hour of Assistive Technology (AT) support with a trained and experienced AT Vibrant Volunteer.

$40 pays for 1 Volunteers With Vision visit for an individual who is blind or visually impaired. Volunteers provide support through reading mail, grocery shopping, and other everyday tasks.

$48 buys 1 talking clock for an individual who is blind or visually impaired.

$52 provides 1 white cane for a year so that an individual may scan their surroundings for obstacles or orientation marks, but is also helpful for other traffic participants in identifying the user as blind or visually impaired and taking appropriate care.

$150 covers 1 visit from our trained and certified Orientation and Mobility Specialists (COMS) to individuals who are blind or visually impaired. Together, specific strategies and skills are implemented for safe, efficient, and effective travel in both indoor and outdoor environments.