(Events Archives)


Somatic-based Yin Yoga Training
LEAP Yoga 🧘 Folsom, CA
February 18th – 20th, 2022

The course includes a 75-page manual, online access to 5 classes and 25hr CE!

Lucidity Festival 🌎 Regeneration Earth
Live Oak Campground 🏕️ Santa Barbara, CA
April 8th – 10th, 2022

Lucidity is an open-source transformational arts and music festival in its 9th year. We call it open-source because we co-create this festival experience with YOU!

Regeneration Earth is a calling for our human community to claim Home and do the work necessary for this planet to remain our Home for many generations. 

Enter promo code: yogajames and save $15!

Virtual Yin-Thai Massage Ceremony
February 13th, 2022
💆🏼 1-3 PM

Deepen your connection with a partner, friend or beloved in this Yin-Thai Massage workshop!

$50 per couple
Venmo: @James-Kapicka
PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/yogajames/50

Warm & Dreamy ~ Yin Yoga Training
Juice Box Yoga 🧘 Reno, NV
January 7th – 9th, 2022

The course includes a 90-page manual, online access to 5 classes and 25hr CE!

It’s finally time to come together and connect with our Lucid Family!

Live Oak Campground · Santa Barbara, CA
Friday – Sunday, Nov. 18th – 20th

This Lucid Family Campout includes a single stage production the weekend before Thanksgiving so we can all celebrate and give thanks together.

Tickets include all programming Friday – Sunday, parking and camping! Stoked to play, dance and hug you all soon!!

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One Flow Yoga · Sacramento, CA
Friday, Nov. 12th, 5:30 – 7:30 PM

This tantric practice is an invitation to weave together the many layers of your being into a harmonious whole.

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LEAP Yoga · Folsom, CA
Saturday, Nov. 13th, 1 – 4 PM

Join James for an exploration into your individual range of motion through Somatic-based Yin Yoga, and learn how to personalize your poses with props and modifications for your unique body.

This workshop will fill up! If you wish to attend in person, please reach out to Stacy Whittingham – stacywhittingham@gmail.com

If you would like to virtually attend this workshop, please register below!

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The Summer Moon · Sacramento, CA
Saturday, Nov. 11th, 5 – 6:30 PM

Come explore your practice as relational, rather than postural, as you embody your heart, lungs, shoulders and throat in this Somatic-based Yin Yoga practice for the fall season.

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Body Yoga · Roseville, CA
Sunday, Nov. 14th, 4:30 – 6:30 PM


This Valentine’s Day, share the practice of giving and receiving Yin Thai Massage with a beloved!
This offering is intended for any two people interested in spending time together to breathe, move, share touch and connection.


9am – 2pm (PST), Monday – Friday
January 11 – 15, 2021

Join James Kapicka for a deep study of embodied yin yoga through on online exploration of breath awareness, pose modifications and variations, intelligent sequencing, yin philosophy and the creation and holding of a container for healing yoga ceremony. The course includes a 108-page manual and online access to 5 yin yoga sequences with James.  

The foundational aspects of this training include:
☯ Exploring somatic-based principles in yin yoga
☯ Coming in, supporting and exiting shapes safely
☯ Balance of stability and mobility in the sensual spine
☯ Embodying the organs, diaphragms and connective tissue
☯ Relaxation and the nervous system
☯ Anatomical and energetic sequencing
☯ Assisting and massage
☯ Use of props, modifications and variations
☯ Counter poses and contraindications
☯ Holding space that supports healing
☯ Use of space, silence and stillness  

This 5-day intensive has been designed for students of yoga who wish to increase their understanding of the yin practice, and for teachers aspiring to gain knowledge of yin postures and philosophy. We will discuss and examine topics such as chi, Taoism, yin/yang, anatomy, Chinese meridians, chakras and meditation. Practicum will explore how to move through postures to help deepen your practice and adapt it to the personal needs of students. This includes working with modifications and variations, as well as building sequences around the seasons, anatomical features, and Chinese meridians. 

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