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Anna Cerkevich, Anahata International
As a not-for-profit organization, Anahata International's mission is to empower people to work through trauma and improve their quality of life. They do this by sharing the physical and mental health benefits of yoga and holistic wellness services with individuals who would not otherwise have access to these services. Believing that every person deserves a path to wellbeing and basic self care, they work in partnership with community-based organizations to build strong ongoing programs in trauma-affected areas around the world, including places such as Rwanda and the West Bank.
Derek Beres has devoted his life to exposing people to international music, yoga and mythology as a means of creating better individuals and a more understanding global culture. A multi-faceted journalist, DJ and yoga instructor, he is the Creative Director of the Tadasana Festival of Yoga & Music. He has published five books, and has contributed to dozens of magazines and websites regarding the traditional and digital realms of global music, yoga and health, including Women’s Health, Yoga Journal, National Geographic, Rolling Stone Middle East, Departures, AOL, MTV, Huffington Post, the Village Voice and Relix. Derek is one half of global music producers EarthRise SoundSystem, which creates innovative contexts for 21st century music and cultures to be explored.
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