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Pranafest 2014

Time: August 22, 2014 at 10am to August 24, 2014 at 11pm
Location: Jackson WellSprings
Street: 2235 Rogue Valley Highway 99 N
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon
Website or Map: http://pranafest.org
Phone: (866) 698-3336
Event Type: music, &, yoga, festival
Organized By: Pranafest
Latest Activity: Apr 22, 2014

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Event Description

Celebrate at a weekend of full on devotion to the Divine with an epic all-star lineup of kirtan leaders and sonic shamans. Practice yoga, meditation and more with in-depth classes and workshops taught by top teachers in an intimate nurturing setting.

FEATURING MUSIC WITH
Jai Uttal
C.C. White
Wah!
Dave Stringer
David Newman( Durga Das)
Kirtaniyas
Jaya Lakshmi& Ananda
Simrit Kaur
Rara Avis
Gina Sala
Suzanne Sterling
Craig Kohland (Shaman's Dream)
Daniel Stewart
Denise Kaufman
Dub Sutra
Sita Devi
Orenda Blu
Prema Mayi
Eostar Beloved
Lakshmi Devi
Web of One
Shakti Lotus Band
Swami Mangalananda
Rob& Melissa
Edo & Jo
Avasa & Matty
Sharanam Anandama
Prema Love
MillicentCummings
Sydney Leigh

WORKSHOPS WITH
Sara Ivanhoe
Sofiah Thom
Dave Stringer
David Newman [Durga Das]
Kishan Shah
Daniel Stewart
Sita Devi
Suzanne Sterling
Dana Damara
Nicole Bowdler
Jenniferlyn Chiemingo
Eric Shaw
Samantha Sweetwater
Cristi
Christensen
Denise Kaufman
Elena Tonetti-Vladimirova
Cori Martinez
James Kapicka
April Martin
Rara Avis
Lauren DuBois
Graell Corsini
Ana Holub
Diane Horbacewicz
Asha Deliverance
Rhythm Asana
Puma St. Angel
Swami Mangalananda
Len Watson
Michael Brian Baker
Emily Perry
Jacquie Hansen

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Pranafest.org

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