Polyvagal Theory in Yoga Therapy

This seminar will review polyvagal theory and its convergence with yoga therapy both in reference to a therapeutic framework and specific application.

Living with Trauma: Working with Polyvagal Interventions

In this seminar we will use Continuum Movement’s Essential Elements of breath, sound, and movement to help alleviate the fixations and compensatory patterns that have become locked down in the tissue of our body because of trauma and stress.

Toward (an) Antiracist Embodiment

Building on the thirty years that they have worked together in the work of antiracism, Regina Shands Stoltzfus and Tobin Miller Shearer will draw on the deep spiritual traditions of the world’s religions to connect spiritual formation with racial identity.

Non-Violence as a Spiritual Practice

This seminar will explore the concept of ahimsa from the perspectives of a variety of traditions, as well as the fraught question of the relationship between violence, nonviolence, and the world’s spiritual traditions.

Ram & Sita: An Epic Breakup Story

In this seminar, attendees will get a brief glimpse of how the Ramayana has shaped notions of love and relationships, and begin to understand how the Ramayana still impacts the lives of Indians today.

A Soulfulness Approach to MindBody Practice

This seminar will introduce soulfulness as an orientation to contemplative and embodied practices that is characterized by soul-level experiencing, deep connectivity, and inspired expression. 

Discovering Bliss Through Yoga Philosophy

In this talk, Neil Dalal will highlight these important differences with special reference to the Bhagavadgītā’s foundational yogic methodologies. These teachings provide a process for handling the vicissitudes of life and mind with joyful equanimity; and an insightful reflexive inquiry designed to discover an innate stable wholeness that is the reality of one’s self.