Purnima Cathy Conway
Judith Hanson Lasater
Dr. Andrew Weil
Colleen Saidman Yee
WE ♥ OTM and YEA
We are pleased to partner with the Off the Mat, Into the World and Yoga Energy Activism (link). Off the Mat, Into the World's (OTM)
Founded in 2007 by Seane Corn, Hala Khouri and Suzanne Sterling, Off the Mat, Into the World's (OTM) mission is to use the tools of yoga to inspire conscious, sustainable activism, by expanding the sphere of change outward to local and global communities. They do this by facilitating personal empowerment through leadership trainings, fostering community collaboration, and initiating local and global service projects.
(blurb on YEA TK)
For each registration completed before October 11, 2013, Yoga Journal Conferences will donate $5 to OTM and $5 to YEA.
Connect with others who will be attending the New York Conference. Use our Message Board to carpool and room share.
Click here to access the San Francisco Live Message Board.
Click here to see a list of our San Francisco studio partners.
Yoga Journal Conferences takes pride in working with and donating to a variety of charitable organizations. Current and previous partnerships include:
- Alameda County Community Food Bank
- Andrew Glover Youth Program
- Africa Yoga Project
- Breast Cancer Fund
- The East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse
- Ecology Project
- Every Mother Counts
- Green Yoga Association
- Off the Mat, Into the World
- Tibet House US
- Trees for the Future
- Urban Zen Foundation
- Yoga Hope
- Yoga of 12-Step Recovery Scholarship Fund
Yoga Journal Conferences has partnered with the Green Yoga Association to minimize our environmental impact at each conference. Green Yoga Association, which engages in conscious environmental action grounded in the enduring yogic understanding of, and connection to, the Earth, will be on-site to help reduce our waste stream and provide added resources to our greening efforts. We encourage you to learn more and support the Green Yoga Association.
Yoga Journal is pleased to offer our scholarship program- Share your Yoga. This scholarship program is intended for yoga teachers, with limited income, who currently teach yoga to underserved populations within their community. This scholarship program will be funded through donations by attendees and with 100%matching by Yoga Journal. Scholarships are intended to support the participation of low-income Yoga teachers who are active in contributing their unique teaching abilities to the truly underserved. For more information, click here.
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