Dana Jain

Dana joined Camphill Academy in August 2014 with nearly 15 years of combined experience in education, research, and publishing; a strong background in contemplative practices; and an active interest in anthroposophy and social renewal. She holds a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Creative Writing from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where she also taught English Composition and Creative Writing for several years. She is the author of Paradise, or the part that dies (2006), a semi-autobiographical novella, and Pendulums of Euphoria (2009), a collection of poetry. Dana is also a registered yoga teacher (RYT) and longtime student of body-mind practices and embodied approaches to knowledge.

Contact

djain@camphill.edu