Friday, July 15
6:00–9:30 pm Saturday, July 16
7:00 am– 9:30 pm Sunday, July 17
7:00 am– 12:30 pm
$380 General Admission
$330 Special Admission (Pacifica Alumni, Non-Pacifica Full-time Students, Seniors – 65+)
$280 Active Pacifica Students and Full-time Yoga Teachers
*Registration includes Friday dinner; Saturday breakfast, lunch, and dinner; and Sunday breakfast and lunch.
Yoga Meets Depth Psychology: Embodying the Sacred, Encountering the Soul
Join world-renowned scholars and practitioners for a transformational weekend immersion at the intersection of yoga and depth psychology. Pacifica faculty, including expert-level Jungian analysts and depth psychologists, present alongside internationally recognized yoga teachers to highlight and illuminate the rich intersections of these diverse yet complementary fields. In this highly experiential weekend, you will join peers in a like-minded community in order to explore:
Mindfulness and creativity in spiritual practice
Depth psychology, neuroscience, and the chakra system
Non-dual spiritualities and Jungian Psychology
Mantra (sound) and Mudra (gesture)
Relaxing and rejuvenating yoga
Depth-oriented yoga classes
Sacred music and soul stirring ritual
This unique and exciting weekend is designed for yoga teachers and practitioners who want to expand and deepen their current knowledge base and experiential understanding of yoga and meditation within the fields of depth psychological, therapeutic, and somatic disciplines. This event will additionally be of special interest to clinicians who desire to enhance their practice and counseling work through integrating yoga and depth psychological principles in healing ways. Yoga practitioners of all levels and ages are welcome. No prior yoga experience or teaching is necessary.
Joe Cambray, Ph.D., is past President of the International Association for Analytical Psychology; he has served as the U.S. Editor for the Journal of Analytical Psychology and is on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Analytical Psychology, The Jung Journal: Culture and Psyche, and Israel Annual of Psychoanalytic Theory, Research and Practice. He has been a faculty member at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, Center for Psychoanalytic Studies; adjunct faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Dr. Cambray is a Jungian analyst in Boston and Providence, RI. His numerous publications include the book based on his Fay Lectures: Synchronicity: Nature and Psyche in an Interconnected Universe and a volume edited with Linda Carter, Analytical Psychology: Contemporary Perspectives in Jungian Psychology. Some of his recent papers include: “Cosmos and Culture in the Play of Synchronicity,” Spring Journal, Jungian Odyssey Series, 4, 133-147, 2012; “Jung, science, and his legacy,” in International Journal of Jungian Studies, 3:2, 110-124, 2011; and “Moments of complexity and enigmatic action: a Jungian view of the therapeutic field,” in Journal of Analytical Psychology, 56 (2) 296-309, 2011.
Cheri Clampett, CYT, E-RYT 500, is the Founder and Director of the Therapeutic Yoga Training Program and co-author of the Therapeutic Yoga Kit. Cheri currently teaches yoga at the Cancer Center of Santa Barbara, where she founded the yoga program for cancer patients in 1999. As a certified yoga therapist, Cheri focuses on the healing aspects of yoga: freeing the body, breath, and flow of energy through practicing with awareness, compassion, and love. See therapeuticyogatraining.com for more information.
Lionel Corbett, M.D., received his Medical Degree from the University of Manchester, England, in 1966; served as a military physician; and became a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 1974. In the USA, he did fundamental research into the biochemistry of the brain; began one of the first programs in the psychology of aging; was a hospital medical director of in-patient psychiatry; trained as a Jungian analyst at the C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago 1978-1986; helped found a training program for Jungian analysts in Santa Fe, while carrying on a private practice and teaching psychiatry at the University of New Mexico. Dr. Corbett has studied various spiritual disciplines including Christian and Jewish mysticism, Buddhism, Advaita Vedanta, and Yoga and has had a personal meditation practice for 20 years. He now teaches depth psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute near Santa Barbara, California, where he founded the Psyche and the Sacred program. This program has developed a powerful approach to spirituality that is based on personal experience of the sacred, avoiding all forms of doctrine and dogma. He is the author of 5 books, several training films, and about 40 professional articles.
Hi publications Include: Fire in the Stone: The Alchemy of Desire (essay); Psyche and the Sacred: Spirituality Beyond Religion; The Sacred Cauldron: Psychotherapy as a Spiritual Practice; The Religious Function of the Psyche.
Siddhi Ellinghoven is an ERYT-level instructor, KRI-certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, Naam Yoga Teacher, and Teacher Trainer. Siddhi teaches Prenatal Yoga at Golden Bridge Yoga in Hollywood where she also received certification in the Khalsa Prenatal Teaching with Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa. Visit Siddhi’s website at www.siddhisyoga.com
Maren Hansen, Ph.D., M.Div., is Adjunct Faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute and is a founding faculty member of the first hybrid learning program at Pacifica. Her research interests include the psychological function of myth, female psychology, and ritual. Dr. Hansen is a founding board member of the Joseph Campbell Library and Archives. She studied with Joseph Campbell for years and teaches a course on Campbell’s work.
Patricia O. Katsky, Ph.D., has been a core faculty member at Pacifica for over 15 years, teaching and mentoring students in many of Pacifica’s programs. She is currently serving as Vice-Provost, and Chair of the Depth Therapy Specialization. She was certified as a Jungian analyst 20 years ago, and has been a psychotherapist for over 30 years. Her research interests include the process of becoming a psychotherapist, the world of dreams, and the religious function of the psyche. Dr. Katsky was formerly the president of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, and serves regularly on the reviewing and certifying boards of the San Francisco and Los Angeles Jung Institutes. She co-founded a non-profit counseling center in Los Angeles, Counseling West, which serves individuals, couples, and families seeking a depth psychotherapeutic approach in charting a path in their lives, and she continues to participate in this organization as a member of the board of directors.
David Odorisio, PhD, CYT-200, specializes in integrating the spiritual heritage of the world’s wisdom traditions with Jungian and depth psychologies in an accessible, contemporary, and embodied way. David has more than a decade of experience in teaching, pastoral counseling, and retreat work, and is a certified Kripalu Yoga teacher. David is a graduate of the East-West Psychology PhD program at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Visit him at www.ahomeforsoul.com.
Juliet Rohde-Brown, PhD, is a core faculty member and the Director of Clinical Training for the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She also spent several years at Antioch University, Santa Barbara, where she served as an educator, the Director of Practicum, as well as the Interim Chair of the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. Juliet is a licensed clinical psychologist and has spent decades investigating the intersections of Eastern and Western disciplines, including mindfulness practices and somatic experiencing.
Daniel Stewart, M.A., LMFT, E-RYT 500, is a beloved yoga-meditation teacher, kirtan leader, and a depth oriented, mind-body psychotherapist in private practice in the LA area. He is the co-owner of Rising Lotus Yoga in Sherman Oaks, CA, where he designed and leads the east/west yoga philosophy module in the RLY Teacher Training program. Experiential, playful, and soul focused, Daniel integrates eastern and western wisdom practices in his clinical work and teaching. A Pacifica alum with an MA in Counseling Psychology/Depth Psychology, Daniel incorporates mindful, embodied awareness and emphasizes the natural healing power of the psyche to foster individuation and authentic Self. See danielstewart.com for more.
Ashley Turner M.A., E-RYT 500, MFTI, is a celebrated yoga-meditation teacher, registered mind-body psychotherapy intern, Pacifica alumni, writer and speaker. She is the founder of the Urban Priestess Year-long Mystery School, creator of 9 best-selling yoga dvd’s, the MEDITATION 101 Virtual Conference (with over 25,000 participants in 2014), and co-author of Aroma Yoga. Her website is ashleyturner.org.
Willow Young, MA, MFT, is a Certified Jungian Analyst and Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, and Chair of the MA in Counseling Psychology at Pacifica. Her areas of research include: Jungian Psychology; Alchemical and Archetypal Research; the nature of Psyche, Dreams, and Active Imagination; World Arts, Culture, and Mythology.
Space is Limited! Register Early! Full payment is required with your registration. An email confirmation letter will be sent within 5 days of receiving your registration.
To obtain a refund on your registration fee, send an electronic cancellation request no later than thirty days before the event. Tuition less a $50 processing fee will be refunded. No refunds on your registration fee will be made after that time. In the event that the program is sold out with a waitlist and we are able to transfer your registration to someone on the waitlist, we will issue you a refund less the processing fee. Any registration transfers that do not go through our office will be assessed the processing fee onsite.
For a refund on accommodations at the Ladera Lane Campus, cancellation with full refund will be accepted up to 5 days before the event. Cancellations made 1-4 days before the event will receive a 50% refund. There will be no refund for cancellation on the day of the event.
The workshop will be held at Pacifica Graduate Institute’s Ladera Lane Campus at 801 Ladera Lane, Santa Barbara, CA 93108. Located on 35 acres in the foothills of the Santa Ynez Mountains overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this residential retreat center provides a unique and peaceful environment for these events. This campus has lodging, dining facilities, and parking.
Housing is available for participants at Pacifica’s Ladera Lane Campus:
$89 per night single occupancy (one twin or standard full size bed)
$123 per night couple occupancy (one standard full size bed; not a queen)
$136 per night double occupancy (two twin beds)
plus 10% occupancy tax
Accommodations are simple, dormitory-style rooms with a shared bath and shower. Bed linens and towels are provided.
Meals are provided to encourage ongoing dialogue and community exchange throughout the weekend. Included in your registration fee are Friday dinner; Saturday breakfast, lunch, and dinner; and Sunday breakfast and lunch. Pacifica’s caterers make every attempt to provide healthful meals for our guests and include organic ingredients whenever possible. Please indicate on the registration form if you need a special vegan, gluten free, or vegetarian meal or if you have other medical dietary restrictions.
Major airlines provide service into the Los Angeles International Airport located 90 miles south of Santa Barbara and into the Santa Barbara Municipal Airport, approximately 18 miles north of the Campus. Information on ground transportation to and from Santa Barbara will be included with your confirmation letter.
A limited number of partial financial need scholarships are available for this program. To apply, please email the External Affairs Department for the registration material, and send a letter of request detailing your financial circumstances. Once your application for a scholarship has been reviewed, you will be contacted to approve processing of payment. Please note, incomplete applications will not be considered.
DISABILITY SERVICES ON CAMPUS
It is the policy of Pacifica’s External Affairs Department to accommodate attendees with disabilities in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations. Please let us know in advance if you have special needs or require assistance due to a disabling condition while you are attending a public program. If you are accompanied by a service dog, please contact Disability Services directly (805.679.6125), as all animals visiting campus must have pre-approval. For additional information regarding Pacifica’s policies, visit the Disability Services page.