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Have you been hearing about the benefits of meditation but aren’t quite sure where to start?

Or maybe you’ve tried meditation but have been frustrated or discouraged by a wandering mine.

Or perhaps you have an existing practice but don’t feel it’s progressing.

This is a great workshop for you.

Learn a basic meditation technique that has been used for thousands of years to create changes in the brain and nervous system of meditation practitioners.

Form a clear intent for your practice that relates directly to the strongest purposes you have for your life.

Learn a bit about how meditation works to change your brain and your nervous system from a scientific perspective.

Open to all levels and abilities.

Date & Time: Monday, April 6th, 2020 @5:30pm-7pm

Cost: $15 per person

This workshop is part of a four-week series that includes eight workshops and eight Q&A sessions. The entire series is $120 per person and includes recordings. To register for or to get more information on the whole series, contact Joanna at yoga@joannadunn.com or 509.470.0542


About the instructor: Joanna Dunn


A yoga teacher since 2001, Joanna’s background is eclectic. She teaches a variety of styles, including beginner level alignment, a Level 2 slow paced Vinyasa, Yin and Restorative as well as somatic movement and meditation. Her teaching is influenced by Iyengar-based teachers, Judith Lasater (Restorative yoga), Kathryn Payne (Pranayama) and Theresa Elliott (alignment, sequencing, and Vinyasa). Her primary influences from her early studies also include choreographed multidimensional vinyasa of Lynn Kingston and the accessible, gentle yoga of Kripalu. Joanna is currently studying with Tias and Surya Little of Prajna Yoga. Prajna fuses traditional yoga practices (Ashtanga and Iyengar) with the energy body wisdom of yoga and Chinese Medicine, Meditation of Buddhism and somatic movement of Feldenkrais and Hanna.


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