Friday, August 10th (7:00pm–9:30pm)
Saturday, August 11th (9:00am–4:00pm)
Sunday, August 12th (9:00am–4:00pm)
Yoga and meditation are instrumental in facilitating social change. Gandhi’s non-violent resistance movement, rooted in Yogic principals, later inspired Civil Rights leaders like Martin Luther King Jr., and anti-apartheid activist, Nelson Mandela. As yoga and meditation are socially transformative practices, this immersion provides practical skills and essential knowledge to yoga practitioners and teachers who want to translate their practices into social justice activism.
Upon successful completion, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of social justice issues
- Be equipped to apply Yoga and meditation in various contexts for social change
This 15-hour immersion applies for Yoga Alliance® Continuing Education.
$249 per person
Who Should Participate
This program is designed for Yoga teachers and practitioners of varied backgrounds and experience.
Sarah Elizabeth Levitt
AS, E-RYT, C-IAYT, CQI, YACEP
PhD, E-RYT, C-IAYT, YACEP