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About





The Durga Studio
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The Durga Studio is a

like-minded community of people whose roots are based in Yoga, an ancient discipline that explores, develops, and integrates the body, mind, and spirit.

The Durga Studio offers class sessions throughout the year as well as monthly workshops, immersions and community gatherings in a beautiful historic healing sanctuary. Courses offered include nature-based yoga, teen yoga, and meditation, along with workshops in related topics including spirituality, the Divine Feminine, a women’s Red Tent, nature, and the arts. The Durga Studio features classes taught by Dr. Jennifer Sundeen, who has over twenty years of teaching experience and over forty years of practice, as well as other trained professional instructors who foster a non-competitive and encouraging atmosphere.  There is also a small boutique space with clothing, sacred jewelry, homemade art, and yoga, earth, goddess and spiritual-related items. 

The Durga Studio is a reflection of that devotion and is in truth a Goddess Temple without walls.  The business model is circular, one of inclusion rather than hierarchy, and supports the idea that we all hold inside of us an inner healer and artist, and to that end welcomes the gifts our community has to offer. The more we embrace each other, the wider our circle of Love will grow.  Durga has many arms after all.

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A resident of Harvard, Massachusetts,

Dr. Jennifer Sundeen is the founder of The Durga Studio.

Jennifer is a licensed Earth Minister, a yoga instructor, a spiritual teacher, a healer, an author, an activist, a community architect, and the mother of three daughters. She received her Doctorate of Earth Ministry in 2022 and is the founder of several organizations that support girls, women, spirituality and the earth including The Durga Studio, Durga's Red Tent, a global travel organization called Goddess Pilgrimages, The Lalla Project, and The Harvard Farmer's Market, a 501(c)3. She has served on the boards of additional non-profits including the Trustees of the Fruitlands Museums and served as Vice President of The Village Nursery School.

 

She is dedicated to imparting her yogic philosophy to everyone: To find connections with all people, to cherish the earth, to live healthy lifestyles, to find beauty in the everyday moments, to rediscover the rhythms of the universe, to find the divine being that resides in all of us, and to shine who we truly are.