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Courses and Events Directory

Courses and Events Directory

Yogic Health and Healing Practices

Date: Saturdays, February 20 & 27, March 6 & 13, 2021
Time: 10:00 – 11:30 am Pacific Daylight Time
Cost: $80 (limited income $40)

Kaverii Blochlinger will lead the class on the study and practice of different health-giving aspects of yoga, including use of postures, breath, diet, meditation and cleansing practices. We will also learn some Ayurvedic tips to compliment your yoga practices. Each class will include supportive personal check-ins.

Spring Flowers

Spring Healing Retreat

Dates: March 20-21, 2021
Time: 7am – 5:45 pm Pacific Time
Tuition: $50-100 (Suggested Donation)

Join us for an uplifting retreat that focuses on health and vitality for ourselves, community, and society.

Progam Offerings:

  • Yogic health practices
  • Meditation
  • Activate your potential
  • Uplifting music


Michele Renee

Ananda Seva Transformation Seminar

Dates: April 06-May 11th, 2021
Time: 5:30-7:30 pm Pacific Time
Tuition: $120 (Register by April 01, 2021 to receive $20 off)

Michele Renee’, coordinator

Ananda Seva offers an online seminar for people interested in getting a taste of the empowering topics and learning community environment featured in this training.

This training program will meet weekly. Instruction will be in a seminar-type format, with a strong emphasis on forming a supportive learning community among participants. Content will focus on skills, practices, and knowledge that empower participants to play active roles in transforming individuals and in uplifting society.


PROUT Design Course

Dates: COMING SOON! 6 monthly meetings TBA
Time: 10 am – 12:00 pm Pacific Time
Tuition: $120 (limited income $60)

Ravi Logan, with instructional support from the PROUT Insitute, will offer for the first time – anywhere – a course that gives participants a practical experience of PROUT local development design. As more and more communities go into crisis, there will be an increasing need for people able to envision new approaches to development that allow all communities to thrive and ecosystems to heal.

The focus will be on basics, so extensive background in PROUT development theory is not needed. However, we are asking participants to have either taken or to have audited the Transformation Education course, “The Practice of PROUT,” or to get special permission to enroll. Students will participate in a design project; some work outside class will be required.

Jason Schreiner

Neohumanism as Antidote to Conspiracy, Dogma and Exploitation

Date: Saturday, May 15, 2021
Time: 10:00 – 11:30 am Pacific Daylight Time
Cost: $25 (limited income $15)

Join Jason Schreiner for an informative and inspiring class. Our world is currently awash in misinformation and conspiracy theories that act as poisons to the human intellect, numbing critical thinking and obscuring people’s perceptions and understanding of reality. Powerful interests, including leading political leaders, are using such snake oil to manipulate people’s sentiments in support of policies and practices that benefit a few at the expense of the many, with disastrous consequences for society and life. Amid the resulting fog of confusion, distrust, division, and social conflict are the dogmas and structures of exploitation that perpetuate power, domination, and inequality. In this class we will use the antidote of neohumanism to purge delusion, unmask powerful interests, reveal exploitation, crush dogma, and illuminate pathways to a cohesive, constructive future.

Women’s Spirituality Through The Ages

Dates: Saturday, May 22, 2021
Time: 10:00-11:30 am Pacific Standard Time
Cost: $25 (limited income $15)

Join Liisa Kannisto for an informative and uplifting powerpoint presentation exploring historical expressions of women’s spirituality in ancient goddess religion, ancient Greece, ancient Rome, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Shamanism, modern Goddess religion, modern women mystics, and Tantra-oriented feminine mysticism.

Guy Prouty


History of Tantra and Yoga

Dates: Saturday, June 05, 2021
Time: 10:00 – 11:30 am Pacific Standard Time
Cost: $25 (limited income $15)

Join Dr. Guy Prouty, an archaeologist, for an inspirational look back into the foundations of yogic thought and practice. Tantra is a methodology for the transformation of consciousness that has ancient roots and that has evolved over time, maintaining adjustment with the needs of the age. This course explores the prehistoric and historic development of Tantra and yoga. We will first investigate how prehistoric cultures of Central Asia, the Indus Valley, Tibet, and India originated tantric practices. Next, we will explore the migration of Indo-Aryan peoples into India and the interface of their Vedic spiritual tradition with the indigenous Tantra. We will then look at Tantra’s relationship to Vedaism, Buddhism, and Hinduism. Exploring the history of Tantra and yoga will deepen your understanding of these powerful, life-fulfilling practices and appreciation of their relevance to the present.  


Role of the Arts in the Liberation of Humanity

Dates: Saturday, June 19, 2021
Time: 10:00 – 11:30 am Pacific Standard Time
Cost: $25 (limited income $15)

Join noted musician Dr. Geneieve Mason in a class that will explore ways that art, music and literature can become a path to liberation for humanity. Based on P. R. Sarkar’s discourses on the role of the arts.


Ravi Logan

PROUT’S Political System (2 Part Series)

Dates: Saturdays, Jan. 23 & 30, 2021
Time: 10:00 – 11:30 am Pacific Time
Tuition: $40 (limited income $20)

With the defects of democratic political systems becoming painfully evident — particularly in the United States — Ravi Logan will present this two-class series on PROUT’s political system will offer timely understandings of how political systems can be progressively reformed. We will look at such topics as economic democracy vs political democracy, selectoral-electoral system, compartmentalized democracy, strengthening the electorate, planetary confederation, the archetype of moral leaders, sector-based representation, and the core rights undergirding political constitutions. These classes will give a vision of the political system needed for a new era in which political institutions serve people, communities, and the planet, and in which leadership is drawn from the best of humanity.

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