“Ganja Yoga” Launches Online Cannabis-Enhanced Yoga Classes January 1, 2020

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Pre-Sale & Monthly Subscriptions Available Now at http://www.ganjayoga.online.

“Ganja Yoga” founder and canna-wellness pioneer Dee Dussault will launch a new series of online cannabis-infused classes on January 1, 2020. Designed as an interactive experience to support her best-selling book Ganja Yoga: A Practical Guide to Conscious Relaxation, Soothing Pain Relief, and Enlightened Self Discovery – the new tutorials will show participants how to reap the benefits of cannabis’ scientifically proven effect on mental and physical conditions. Subscribe now at http://www.ganjayoga.online.

Ganja Yoga Online, taught by Dee Dussault and her two-dozen certified “Ganja Yoga” instructors, is for all levels and all bodies. After suffering more than one yoga injury in her twenty-five years of yoga practice, Dee brings mindful alignment and a more chill energy to yoga than many people assume the practice offers, cannabis optional.

“Many people are afraid to try yoga, or think it isn’t for them because they don’t have the “yoga body," says Dussault. "I’ve taught thousands of people of all sizes and ages that every body is a yoga body.”

A monthly subscription to Ganja Yoga Online includes three weekly classes, each enhanced with different methods of cannabis consumption and cannabis education. Additionally, every class showcases a different style of yoga, so people can begin to see the vast world of possibility the practice offers. Each one also has a different background, so the THC or CBD-using yogi stays motivated.

Season one has 12 classes, totaling nine hours of content. The presale subscription rate is $4.20 for the first month, and then $20/month. The “Gone Wild” subscription is $30/month and includes behind the scenes and other bonus content, along with a discounted signed copy of the book, ‘Ganja Yoga,’ as well as access to all 12 monthly classes at once.

Dee Dussault is the first teacher to publicly offer cannabis-enhanced yoga. Over the past decade, she’s taught “Ganja Yoga” to thousands of students in over a dozen cities throughout the United States and three international countries.

“Ten years of being a one-woman show with no background in business, working to make a name in the cannabis sector has been huge,” says Dussault. “Being the first person to publicly offer cannabis yoga, along with raising awareness about female cannabis users and the canna-wellness industry are what I'm very proud of."

Each class is sponsored by various “health-forward” cannabis companies, such Somatik, and organic farms like Moonmade Farms and Wildland Cannabis.

A small portion of all sales will be donated to help repair the harms from the failed war on drugs via a monthly Equity First Alliance donation.

First month free for media with promo code: VIPFREEMONTH. For more information on the Ganja Yoga Online and the best-selling book Ganja Yoga: A Practical Guide to Conscious Relaxation, Soothing Pain Relief, and Enlightened Self Discovery, visit http://www.ganjayoga.online Instagram: @ganjayoga.

About “Ganja Yoga”:
In 2009, Dee Dussault created the first “Ganja Yoga” courses and went on to write a best-selling book published by HarperCollins, entitled, Ganja Yoga: A Practical Guide to Conscious Relaxation, Soothing Pain Relief, and Enlightened Self Discovery. Available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Ganja-Yoga-Relaxation-Enlightened-Self-Discovery/dp/0062656848

Her ground-breaking work has been featured on CBS News, Business Insider, The New York Times, and Newsweek among other prominent outlets. She has also been recognized for her unique cannabis brand expertise in Japan and France.

Dee Dussault has given cannabis trend talks and led classes at the following: The Psychedelic Science Conference; Burning Man; San Francisco State University; Emerald Exchange; Cultivation Classic; Women Grow; and The Plant Spirit Medicine conference. She is also a contributing author to the book ‘Cannabis and Spirituality.’

Website: https://www.ganjayoga.com/. Instagram: @ganjayoga.

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