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Penni Feiner

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Penni Feiner
American Addiction Centers (AAC)

American Addiction Centers (AAC) is the leading provider for addiction treatment across the U.S. specializing in evidence-based treatment and mental health care.

At AAC, we aim to treat the whole person, which includes those with co-occurring mental health disorders, physical illnesses, or social issues related to addiction treatment.

About

Penni Feiner is a licensed Kundalini Research Institute-certified yoga teacher, as well as a LifeForce Yoga® level II practitioner. Having completed her first 200-hour teacher training at Naturally Yoga in Glen Rock, New Jersey, in 2004, Penni integrates sacred sound with movement, encouraging participants to open their hearts to explore their own inner songs. Her Bhakti yoga experience includes studying with Jai Uttal, Snatam Kaur, and Guru Ganesha.

Penni’s CD, With Gratitude from My Heart to Yours, was released in December of 2014 and is available on iTunes. With a new CD in the works, Penni will explore Mantra and Mindfulness Through Music: A Journey to the Center of Positive Psychology. Penni is a member of two Kirtan bands: Vayu and Rasa Lila.

Penni serves as Executive Director of Kula for Karma, a 501c3 not for profit community of yoga teachers who offer yoga to people challenged by illness, abuse, neglect, addiction, and other life obstacles.

She co-teaches a workshop at Kripalu called “Finding your Passion” with Geri Topfer, Founder and President of Kula for Karma, and has developed five Kula for Karma Advanced Teacher Training modules in collaboration with Geri Topfer, Charlotte Stone, and Nancy Candea.

Credentials

  • Licensed Kundalini Research Institute-certified yoga teacher

    LifeForce Yoga® level II practitioner
American Addiction Centers (AAC)

American Addiction Centers (AAC) is the leading provider for addiction treatment across the U.S. specializing in evidence-based treatment and mental health care.

At AAC, we aim to treat the whole person, which includes those with co-occurring mental health disorders, physical illnesses, or social issues related to addiction treatment.