Where are the Confluence teachers headed?

At the end of a relatively quiet Memorial Day weekend, I’m taking a look ahead to see where the Confluence teachers — Dena Kingsberg included now — are headed for workshops in the coming weeks and months. This is through the end of August.

Maybe one is near you? Much of the info via ashtanga.com (but I’ve done the work so you don’t have to!):

David Swenson

Brugge, Belgium — May 26 to June 1

Copenhagen — June 2 to 10

Sag Harbor, NY — July 6 to 8

San Diego, CA — July 12 to 16

Victoria, Canada — July 20 to 29

Dena Kingsberg

Byron Bay, Australia — May 13 to June 8 (on now!)

San Vicente National Park, Portugal — June 23 to 29

Hamburg, Germany — July 1 to 6

London — July 8 to 13

Berlin — July 28 to August 2

Stockholm, Sweden — August 4 to 10

Eddie Stern

Salento, Italy — June 23 to 30

Nancy Gilgoff

Antwerp, Belgium — May 27 to 30

Barcelona — June 2 and 3

Lisbon, Portugal — June 7 to 11

Vienna, Austria — June 16 to 20

Cambridge, England — June 23 and 24

London — June 26 to 28

Wiltshire, England — June 29 to July 1

Shobac, Nova Scotia — July 7 to 13

Halifax, Nova Scotia — July 14 and 15

Bristol, Vermont — July 19 to 23

Richard Freeman

Phonenicia, New York — July 2 to 8

London — August 31 to September 2

He continues in Europe in September.

Tim Miller

Spokane, Washington — June 1 to 3

Carlsbad, California — June 16 to 29

Copenhagen, Denmark — July 10 to 12 and July 13 to 15

Mt. Shasta, California — July 28 to August 4 and August 4 to 11

Carlsbad, California — August 18 to 31

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