Digital Events Calendar
Yoga Alliance hosts an ongoing series of digital events, including Community Events, Continuing Education (CE), and discussions on Scientific Research on Yoga. Members also have the opportunity to connect via social media and Facebook Live programming. Event topic examples range from yoga techniques, training, and philosophy to professional essentials and business-building to equity in yoga and social justice issues. Guests include a wide variety of field experts from the yoga community, providing participants with both tactical and emotional support in their yoga professions and personal lives. By coming together, we can promote and foster the high quality, safe, accessible, and equitable teaching of yoga for all.
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with Yoga Alliance’s Vice President of Cross-Cultural Advancement Maya Breuer (E-RYT 500, YACEP), Nicole Cardoza, John Luda Cumper, Victor Onyango Odhiambo, Abril Santana, and Saulo Zarate. This digital event showcases yoga professionals who have shown great resilience in a time of strife, using yoga and yoga philosophy as a source of support and grounding. It also highlights how yoga has helped carve pathways of innovation, service, discovery, and community throughout the COVID-19 crisis.
with Yoga Alliance’s Membership Coordinator Katie Nissley (RYT 200). Catch an overview of the new YA CommUnity, an online space created for members to connect in sangha and support. Receive a first look at this new website and all of its offerings plus a navigation tutorial on how to share resources and connect with yoga professionals from around the world.
with Quentin Vennie (E-RYT 200) and American Model, yogi and Founder of Urban Peace Squad Bre' Scullark to discuss yoga in service. This digital series is intended to open our minds and hearts to the experiences of those who often go unseen, pre-judged, or misunderstood. To not see color is to not see the differences and complexities of the human experience. Through this new series of digital events, Yoga Alliance invites our worldwide community into a space for listening, learning and conversation. When someone says, “I don’t see color,” the intent may be one of non-harming, but the message received can have the effect of bypassing someone else’s trauma or lived experience because it does not look like your own. We are here to share and converse, with the hope that you - the listener - will take these experiences and the information provided for self-reflection. Because life, without empathy, is cruelty.
with Jennifer Barcelos and Jo Smith. Take advantage of this introduction to Namastream—a software tool that allows you to quickly and affordably create a customized online teaching platform. Learn how to configure and sell virtual course offerings ranging from monthly recurring class memberships to 10-day courses and more.
with Amanda Gloria Valdes (E-RYT 200, RYT 500, YACEP). This workshop and satsang (spiritual or sacred gathering) explores how to create more equitable birthing experiences for diverse families having children. Learn about inclusive language to incorporate into your teachings and experience a 45-minute prenatal flow modeling best practices.
with Certified American College Sports Medicine Exercise Physiologist and Wellness Coach Laura Goodwin (RYT-200). Join presenter Laura as she guides you through functional movement—including squat benefits and proper form. Learn about how the body uses pain to say something is wrong and how to strengthen this movement.
with Yoga Alliance Foundation's Managing Director Kristina Graff and Yoga Alliance's Vice President of Cross-Cultural Advancement Maya Breuer (E-RYT 500, YACEP). This digital event showcases yoga professionals who have shown great resilience in a time of strife, using yoga and yoga philosophy as a source of support and grounding. It also highlights how yoga has helped carve pathways of innovation, service, discovery, and community throughout the COVID-19 crisis.