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Want to bring yoga to your school? Don't know where to start? Join us to learn best practices for a safe, effective school based yoga program.
We chat with Jennifer Cohen Harper, one of the editors of the newly published Best Practices for Yoga in Schools.
Based on the collective wisdom and experience of 23 contributors this guide supports all who desire to help students thrive.
The K-12Yoga relaunch highlights the growth of the school yoga and mindfulness movement during the past 10 years.
Join host Donna Freeman and guest Karma Carpenter, Founder K-12 Yoga, as we discuss the importance of grassroots support and momentum in bringing yoga skills into classrooms across the nation.
We'll chat with Kathy Flaminio, Founder 1000 Petals, and Gail Bentley Walsh, Director of Yoga Mountain, about keys to successful implementation of school and district implementation of yoga programs.
Discover key insights to long term success in bringing peace, calm and productivity into students and teachers daily lives.
San Quentin Prison is not the typical locale for a yoga class. James Fox, founder of the Prison Yoga Project, however teaches three classes a week here in an effort to bring the rehabilitative benefits of yoga to prisoners. For the past decade James has dedicated himself to at-risk populations in detention centres, residential treatment facilities and prisons. He is a firm believer in the power of yoga and mindfulness to assist in working with emotional and psychological issues. Incarceration leads to severe mental, emotional and physcial distress with many suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Helping prisoners learn non-reactivity, self-control and self acceptance is key. Join James as he shares his extraordinary experiences and compassionate insights. Your yoga practice may never be the same.
Kids yoga enthusiasts from around the world will gather at George Washington University in Washington, DC from Nov 13-15, 2015.
Michelle Mitchel, founder of YoKid and conference organizer, joins us to share her enthusiasm for this gathering of passionate, energetic presenters and participants.
Get the inside scoop on what to expect, who's going to be there, and the many workshops, keynotes and panel discussions offered during the 3 day conference. She'll have advice on what not to miss and how to get in on the fun.
I will be presenting Saturday morning Nov 14 on Creating Conversation: Tips for #kidsyoga Social Media Success and would love to see you there.
Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda will continue talking about New Year's Resolutions and the importance of reflection with analysis; to create a plan for a better future. They will discuss the value of being retrospective and determine what is working and what has outlived itself. Out with the old to make room for the new; they will demonstrate how to make resolutions with clear intentions and explain why it is important to be specific instead of vague and general. Join in as they talk about how to evaluate your progress for 2015 and formulate a more productive plan for 2016. Join the Kriya Yoga Spiritual Advance to get the light in your soul to help give your resolutions the Power of intention.
On Todays show we are discussing the Pipeline to prison : How are African Americans less than 30% of this country's population , yet 60% of those locked up in prison. This will be a epic conversation and we invite you to jump in and let your voice be heard. Jump in the conversation and let your voice be heard
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June 10, 6pm EDT: On this week’s radio program Mitchell focuses on a special project taking place in a medium-security prison in upstate NY where inmates are learning classical Yoga, meditation and ancient Vedantic teachings and training to become Yoga instructors, an innovative program which is the first of its kind in the country.Discussing this project with Mitchell are Executive Director of Sivananda Yoga Ranch in Woodbourne, NY, Sri Nivasan, and Manager of the Ashram, Mahadev Chaitanya.
Sri Nivasan, Director and senior teacher (archarya) of Sivananda Ashram Yoga Ranch served with his guru and yoga master, Swami Vishnudevananda.
Mahadev Chaitanya, manager of the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Ranch, has been dedicated to the practices for nearly a decade. As the main Hatha yoga teacher for Teacher Trainings at the Ranch and in the prison, he is a wonderful teacher who effortlessly weaves classical yoga teachings into today’s modern lifestyle.
The Sivananda Ashram Yoga Ranch is currently leading a yoga Teachers Training Course at Otisville medium-security correctional facility in New York State, training 15 inmates to become yoga teachers. The initiative – the first one of its kind in the US – is taking place in April-October of 2015.
Listen in as the host addresses the different types of relationships associated with incarceration and the challenges people may have when supporting, care-giving, or partnering with a person who is in prison.
Listen in as the host addresses why prison relationship last, why they fail, and why are people are skeptical. The host will discuss what an unhealthy prison relationship looks like the and how to get past the downfall of losing yourself in the prison system. Tune in, we would love to hear your feedback.
On today’s show Stacie and her special guest Minister Okerda will address the emotional ups and downs when a woman is released from Prison. They will discuss hot topics like “Why is there such a gender bias towards female prisoners”? And the challenges women face when trying to gain employment after incarceration. Don’t miss this great show!
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Currently, there are approximately 2.4 million Americans incarcerated in state and federal prisons and jails. This staggering number doubles when the number of individuals on probation and parole are added. Efforts of individuals such as Russell Simmons, Dr. Boyce Watkins, President Barack Obama, and the #Cut50 movement have brought attention to the disparate sentencing guidelines, commercialism of the prison system, and various other factors that have proliferated the incarcerated population.
On No-Tea with Chrita and Cryss we will discuss the current prison sentencing guidelines, the efforts of President Barack Obama and others to reform the current system, and examine the future of prison reform in this country. Please feel free to call in and share your thoughts at (646) 668-2620.
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