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Menla Online: Yoga for Social Activism: How to be Warrior for Global Change

July 29 - July 29, 2020

Jordan Ashley

As the yoga and globalization continue to expand, how do we shift our practice into one of service, activsim, and global change? By taking a deeper look into how to use the tool of yoga or “union” into a holistic life-style that encourages tangible compassion, mindful action, and social outreach, we are able to create a world in which we are both supported and supportive.

When yoga is taken out of the studio and into the world that the greatest shift in consciousness occurs because we have the opportunity to realize and see through first-hand experience for ourselves that we are, in fact, all one. Winning the lottery of life by not having to second guess where our next meal will come from or where we will be sleeping, makes it our global responsibility to stand up and give voice to those we are unable to.

This workshop invites you to explore Seva (service), Self-Care, and Sangha (community) to embark on a journey with founder of Souljourn Yoga, Jordan Ashley to experience what it means to be a warrior of globalnchange in  by discovering causes that resonate with hearts and putting mindful action behind it.


Schedule

Wednesday, July 29th

  • 9 - 10:30am ET Opening circle to set intentions for our workshop followed by an invigorating yoga practice to uplift and inspire our bodies, minds, and hearts.
  • 10:30 - 11am ET Break
  • 11am - 12:30pm ET: This afternoon we are going to delve into what it means to use yoga for social activism. By looking at what causes resonate with our hearts and make us want to step out of our comfort zones and be a beacon of social change, we will begin to identify how to begin to engage with our yoga practice into a lifestyle of giving and gratitude. Journaling and Q + A to follow.
  • 12:30 - 3pm ET break for lunch/ afternoon
  • 3 - 4:30pm ET: Our afternoon session we will discuss community (Sangha) as we discuss different ways to positively engage with different causes and populations to ensure that our energy and motivation is coming from a place of authenticity and kindness. Learn how to support and be supportive within your personal life and local/global community. Closing Circle

ABOUT THE TEACHERs

Jordan Ashley

While embracing New York City’s fast-paced and driven yoga culture, Jordan Ashley recognized a need for service-based yoga; a need for experiences which give perspective to the self through selflessness. Feeling extremely blessed to not only be given the opportunity for educati...

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