This post is a part of a series introducing the presenters of our 2019 yoga conference, (March 22-24, 2019) sharing more about them, our own perspective and intentions for their involvement, and how their unique offerings contribute to the larger conference experience.
When you casually ask around the Minneapolis Yoga Community something along the lines of “hey so who’s one of your favorite instructors?” you almost always hear the name Tanya Boigenzahn.
The quality of her instruction is praised by students and teachers alike, and she is also a past presenter of the conference. So it seemed natural to ask Tanya to present and I’m thrilled to say Tanya is returning this year! At the 2019 conference she’s teaching “Anatomy, Asana and Adjustments” as a part of the Yoga Therapy Track, as well as an additional workshop, “Tantric Yoga Demystified”, where she describes how she’ll teach that Tantra is a complimentary practice to both Yoga and Ayurveda.
The hardest part about the conference for me in many ways is only being able to bring in so many presenters each year. In some respects I feel Tanya presenting at the conference again has been a little overdue so I’m excited that she’s back this year. Her teaching is appreciated by so many and it’ll be fun to be able to introduce new students to her as well.
Tanya Boigenzahn is the Founder and Executive Director of Devanadi School of Yoga & Wellness as well as Thai Yoga Bodywork, LLC, empowering people with authentic and time-tested tools and teachings to help reach their highest potential. With 25+ years on the yoga mat and 30+ years on the meditation mat, she is a multi-certified yoga teacher honored to be one of the first ParaYoga® Level III Teachers and Certified Four Desires Trainers in the world recognized by her teacher, Yogarupa Rod Stryker. She also regularly studies with Indu Arora, and completed her Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy program in 2015. Tanya also continues to study Sri Vidya, Ayurveda, and Vedic sciences regularly with Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, James Bailey, and many others.
As a Certified Yoga Therapist, Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist, Thai Yoga Bodywork Therapist, Certified Healing Touch Practitioner and Reiki Master/Instructor, Tanya uses this experience to help deepen students’ knowledge of the traditional practices of healing and wholeness. She is also the forthcoming Executive Director and a registered Instructor with Thai Healing Alliance International (THAI), and offers one of the only multi-level certification programs to learn the art of Thai Yoga Bodywork outside of Thailand.
You can learn even more about the workshops Tanya will be teaching at the 2019 Tula Software Minneapolis Yoga Conference, along with dozens of other presenters bringing hundreds of workshop hours, at https://tulasoftware.com/myc2019. Join us at The Most Comprehensive Yoga Conference in the Nation, March 22-24, 2019.