Khairah L. Walker
I began my yoga journey at Shambhala Meditation Center of New York. Meditation at the center proved to be a grounding force and anchor during some very unsteady moments in my life.
BYTA Launches First National Initiative
Violence has been a staple in the history of African people in America.
WHAT IS YOGA AS A PEACE PRACTICE?
Yoga As A Peace Practice is a curriculum to train certified yoga teachers to offer yoga classes where violence and trauma have had a significant impact on individuals and communities.
Rather than a focus on Hatha yoga, this training helps teachers better facilitate an experience of yoga as a contemplative practice that leads participants toward the attainment of balance, hope, harmony, balance, and improved self-awareness to develop lifestyle strategies to create peace in their homes and communities.
The Yoga As A Peace Practice training will provide:
Upon completion of the training you will be certified to bring the Yoga As A Peace Practice curriculum and the Heart of Yoga training into your practice and your community.
Yoga as a Peace Practice, Oakland and Kripalu 2017
SCHOLARSHIP FUND RAISER
Your donation to our annual fund raiser to offer full scholarships for yoga teachers to attend the BYTA 2017 conference is appreciated.
You can support this effort by donating any amount to the
Black Yoga Teachers Alliance Scholarship Fund.
Let's jump on board and support each other!
Maya Breuer, President
Black Yoga Teachers Alliance
Black Yoga Teachers Alliance, Inc., is qualified as a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are tax-deductible, as allowed by the law.
BACK TO TOP