Do you want more skills in holding inclusive space and teaching accessible classes that can meet a broader range of students where they're at in their bodies, identities, experiences, and needs?
Do you want to explore the intersections of spiritual practice, yoga, and social justice? Are you interested in discussing and learning how to create yoga spaces and spiritual practice communities that are welcoming, accessible, and justice-oriented?
Do you want to learn about trauma-informed yoga from a clear social justice lens, incorporating an analysis of systems of power, privilege, and marginalization into our understanding of trauma and trauma healing?
Do you want to explore how your spiritual practice can support your activism and changework in the world, and how you can be more sustainable and inspired in your activism and organizing work?
Do you want more connection, grounding, vitality, and ease in your life, without feeling like you have to ignore the complex intersectionality of identities and experiences, and systemic impacts, that are a part of your experience of embodiment and interaction with the world and other people?
Do you want a yoga therapist or somatic practitioner who works from a framework of partnership rather than a framework of pathology?
Do you want to practice yoga asana where you can be accepted exactly as you are, and where poses are adapted to your body, not the other way around?
Do you want to practice the whole yoga, all eight limbs, and explore how that applies to your life on and off the yoga mat?
Are you a queer, trans*, or other LGBTQIA person, larger-bodied person, or activist who wants to work and practice with someone has some similar experiences and who works from an anti-oppressive and body positive framework?
for every body