Tiffany Wood Yoga


Nov 10, 2017

The Shop, Park City, Utah

Scholar William K. Mahoney, phd. and Certified Anusara Teacher Tiffany Wood

We will begin with a brief review of the history of non-dual Tantra. Then study the main teachings of non-dual Tantra through this text. The focus is the two main movements of Tantric thought: towards the center/Heart, which is a liberating current of awareness and practice. The main practice being meditation, and secondly, an expansion of the experience of the Heart into daily life.

We’ll learn: • some of the main Tantric practices, such as meditation, contemplation, and moment-by-moment awareness/consciousness of our patterns of action and thought in daily life. • to apply the teachings to our practice of postural yoga and to the experience of life in general.

About our text: The Pratyabhijnahrdayam or “Heart of Recognition” is an early 11th century text written by Kshemaraja, a premier sage of Kashmir Shaivism. This text’s 20 sutras present the essence of the Pratyabhijna school of Tantra, while also offering an overview of the main teachings and practices of non-dual Tantra. 

Who Should Attend

All students of yoga with a serious thirst for the deeper teachings offered through philosophical study, discussion and integration. 

If you are currently enrolled in a Anusara School of Hatha Yoga 300 Hour Advanced Teacher Training you will receive 12 credit hours to apply to that training program. Yoga Teachers will receive 12 Credit Hours for their Yoga Alliance CEU's

Class Schedule

Friday, Nov. 10 
5:30-8:30 pm - Bill 

Saturday, Nov. 11 
9:00 am‑10:30 am - Tiff
11:00 am ‑ 1:00 pm - Bill
2:30 pm - 6:30 pm - Bill

Sunday, Nov. 12
9:00 am‑12:30 pm - Tiff and Bill

About Bill

William K. Mahony, PhD, is a world renowned scholar and teacher. He offers lively and compassionate teaching that is accessible to yoga students at all levels as well as to those interested in deepening their spiritual lives in other ways.

bill-mahony-headshot.jpg#asset:1522:blogBill integrates his deep knowledge of yoga philosophy with insights refined over more than four decades of his own yogic practice.  Bill’s teaching style is oriented toward sustained group discussion and includes periods of meditation. 

Bill earned academic degrees from Williams College, Yale University and the University of Chicago and is a professor of Religion at Davidson College in the United States. He is the recipient of a number of prestigious teaching awards and research fellowships.

Whether you are new to the contemplative study of yoga philosophy or have pursued this interest for some time, Bill warmly invites you to join him to explore and immerse yourself in ways of a life-affirming yogic life.


$395 before Aug 17, 2017, thereafter


Refund Policy

By signing the Credit Card Authorization form you give Tiffany Wood Yoga permission to charge your card for the balance 30 days prior to retreat start. If, in case of payment by wire transfer or check the same payment schedule applies.

Please note our cancellation policy:

  • If you cancel 60 days or more before the retreat arrival date, you will be refunded 80% of your registration fee.
  • If you cancel 15 to 59 days before the retreat arrival date, you will be refunded 50% of your registration fee.
  • If you cancel within 14 days or less from retreat arrival date, you forfeit the entire deposit registration fee.
  • Alternatively, you can apply 100% of your registration fee towards a future Tiffany Wood Yoga retreat if you cancel 15 days or more before the retreat arrival date.