Are you a Yoga Teacher, Yoga Therapist or a trainee who is juggling with the idea of cultural appropriation in Yoga? Do you have pressing questions that have not been answered yet? Are you confused or overwhelmed if you should even study or teach Yoga?
Let the fear and ignorance not get the best of you. If Yoga is your calling, then let us have this much needed conversation.
Educate and move forward with a renewed, even more firm determination.
Learn all that is important, empowering and crucial about cultural appropriation versus appreciation.
Learn in the context of 10 Yamas and Niyamas about Cultural Appropriation. It is my hope that this will serve as a clear, empowering and supportive guideline for you to live, love and share your Yoga in ways that are authentic, respectful and informed.
The workshop will also provide the participants the opportunity for Q and A. The teachings in the workshop will be based on Bhagwad Gita and Patanjali Yoga Sutras.
Investment: $40. (No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.)
Indu Arora, Ayurveda and Yoga Therapist considers herself a student for lifetime. She has been sharing about Yoga philosophy, Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda since 1999. She is inspired by and taught under Kriya Yoga, Himalayan Yoga, Kashmir Shivaism and Sivananda Yoga lineages. She has studied both Yoga and Ayurveda in a traditional Guru paramapara setting.
Her teaching style is rooted in empowering and inspiring students to awaken the inner Guru. Her core philosophy is, ‘Nothing has the greatest power to heal, but Self!”
For more information, visit www.yogsadhna.com