A Thanksgiving Weekend of Gratitude & Love at the Ojai Foundation Land Sanctaury

Featuring Jai Uttal, Nubia Teixeira and Daniel Paul
Wed, 08/07/2013

OJAI, CA, AUG 7, 2013: From November 29 through Dec 1, 2013 Jai Uttal, sacred music composer, storyteller, recording artist, instrumentalist, and ecstatic vocalist, will join his partner Nubia, a world-class yoga teacher, for a weekend of Bhakti Yoga at The Ojai Foundation Land Sanctuary. Daniel Paul, virtuoso tabla player and vocalist, will also be joining as well.  The weekend will include Kirtan, Pranayama, Meditation, Bhakti Yoga, and the Council circles that are at the heart of The Ojai Foundation’s work in Ojai and around the world.  Visit http://www.ojaifoundation.org/events/jai-uttal-and-nuba-teixeira-thanksgiving-weekend-gratitude-and-love for a detailed scheduled and more information.

The Ojai Foundation (TOF) is a 501c3 non-profit organization committed to fostering practices that awaken connection to self, others and the natural world.  Council, the practice of listening and speaking from the heart, is at the heart of all TOF offerings.  Council practice draws from cultures around the world and throughout time, employing a range of communicative contexts and forms.  In addition to Council, TOF promotes sustainable community through intercultural exchange, meditation practices, seasonal celebrations, permaculture education and regenerative land management practices.

For more information about The Ojai Foundation’s work in Southern California and around the world, please contact Adam Rumack at 805-646-8343 or email outreach@ojaifoundation.org.  For Land Sanctuary reservation, booking, or program information, please email contact@ojaifoundation.org.

About The Ojai Foundation

The Ojai Foundation (TOF) is a 501c3 non-profit organization committed to fostering practices that awaken connection to self, others and the natural world.  Council, the practice of listening and speaking from the heart, is TOF’s core offering.   Council practice draws from cultures around the world and throughout time, employing a range of communicative contexts and forms.  In addition to Council, TOF promotes sustainable community through intercultural exchange, seasonal celebrations, and permaculture education and land management practices.

For more information about The Ojai Foundation’s work in Southern California and around the world, please contact:

Adam Rumack
Marketing & Outreach Director
outreach@ojaifoundation.org
Phone:(805) 646-8343 x145