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Advanced Trainings

2020 Mission-Driven Series:

Access to Wellness: Bold Ideas for Making Yoga More Inclusive and Responsive


This community event series will include trainings and educational opportunities for yoga teachers, students, and activists. It will focus on improving access to yoga and wellness, enhancing the capacity of the yoga community to address health inequities, and advancing racial and social justice objectives more broadly.

Trauma Sensitive Yoga

Jennifer Turner, Director of Training

Center for Trauma and Embodiment at the Justice Resource Institute


June 5-7, 2020


This training is designed for social workers, activists, mental health clinicians, yoga teachers, educators, and other health care professionals who are looking to deepen their understanding of the whole-system impact of complex, intersectional trauma.

Yoga and Racial Justice

James Orione, Lead Teacher

One Yoga


Dates TBA

This workshop will offer a practice of asanas, pranayama, and meditation that will allow us to be present and open. We will explore our roles in how we are potentially perpetuating racism, oppression, and injustice, and identify ways we can begin to form new samskaras around deconstructing our ideas and behaviors cause himsa (violence) to others.

Pain Care U

Julie Williams, Certified Yoga Therapist

Neil Pearson, physiotherapist and a Certified Yoga Therapist


September 11-13, 2020

This is a workshop for people in pain and for practitioners. No yoga experience needed. For people in pain, immerse yourself in three days of safe effective practices to decrease your pain and help you live well again. Practitioners spend time listening to the experiences of people with persistent pain as they learn, practice and discuss pain care techniques.

Pain Care Yoga Certification Course

Julie Williams, Certified Yoga Therapist

Neil Pearson, physiotherapist and a Certified Yoga Therapist


October 9-11, 2020

This is a workshop for health practitioners—regulated health professionals, yoga teachers and movement professions. The focus is on enhancing foundational knowledge, and shifting paradigms of pain, people living in pain and evidence-based pain care.