Using Your Yoga for Good

ON June 12, 2019
Yoga for Good

Ask Your Teacher: How do you use your yoga for good?

While there are many personal benefits to a yoga practice, there are also many ways that yoga can benefit the wider world. We caught up with some of our Namaste instructors to see how their yoga steps off their mats.

“Those areas where we notice we have capacity and capability are where we have surplus to give back to our community.” ~ Sierra Wagner

Using Your Yoga For Good

Posted by Namaste Yoga + Wellness on Monday, June 10, 2019

 

You can find Sierra teaching weekly public Gentle Yoga classes at our Berkeley studio. View her class schedule here.

 

“The deepest service is awakening.” ~ Satya Gita Aune

Give Your Life Meaning

"The meaning of life is to be of service." ~ @Satya Gita Aune

Posted by Namaste Yoga + Wellness on Monday, June 10, 2019

 

You can find Satya teaching weekly public Vinyasa classes at our Grand Lake and Rockridge studios. View her class schedule here.

“Yoga is a profound experience for all populations of people.” ~Vickie Russell Bell

Ask Your Teacher: How do you serve?

Vickie Russsell Bell teaches through a nonprofit to individuals with Parkinson's, offering the practice of yoga to an underserved population, and making a big impact.

Posted by Namaste Yoga + Wellness on Tuesday, June 11, 2019

 

Find Vickie on your mat in public classes here, or take your experience with her even deeper in her upcoming Restorative Yoga Training, where you can truly learn how and why it is important to be at ease in every moment.

Because we know the benefits of yoga are plentiful to each and every human, another way to pose this same question is, how can yoga benefit people who don’t have access to the practice or are part of underserved populations? Our upcoming program, Prison Yoga Project, led by James Fox, takes this question to task. This program is designed for anyone interested in creating a more humane and effective criminal justice system should take this training: therapists, social workers, lawyers, correctional officers, administrators, and, especially, yoga teachers who are ready to take their practice into the realm of service.

Yoga for Good | Prison Yoga Project

Are you interested in using your practice to serve in a bigger capacity? Learn more about the upcoming Prison Yoga Project and take your life’s meaning to a new level.

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