October Conference Appearances

“We’re here to make the world’s embodied wisdom accessible to everyone. That’s what TEC is all about: changing the world, one body at a time. “

PYP’s Founder, James Fox, and PYP’s Program Director and Training Coordinator for Europe, Josefin Wikstrom, will be presenting a session entitled “Prison Yoga Project – Freedom from the Inside” on Sunday, October 18 at 10:00 pm Pacific. This conference features a wealth of wonderful presenters and is free to attend live, or can be purchased for access at your leisure.

For more information about the conference visit: https://theembodimentconference.org/#JWikstromJFox

Register with the link above and a generous portion of your registration fee will support Prison Yoga Project.

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“Everyone in America is affected by race and racism. We are thrilled to offer our 3rd Annual Race in America Learning and Listening Immersion – a journey that supports the understanding of this complex and provocative topic through the lens of the systems, structures, and ideas that keep it alive and well.

PYP’s Founder, James Fox, will be joining Nikki Myers and Seane Corne to discuss the intersection of race and incarceration on Thursday, October 29 at 1:00 pm Pacific.

For more information about the symposium visit: https://satyaretreats.com/…/3rd-annual-race-in-america…/

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“Our single-track academic research meeting showcases some of the best new yoga research and offers multiple short slide sessions as well as ample opportunities to interact with scientists and other experts in the field.”

PYP’s National Program Manager, Nicole Hellthatler, and Brown University Professor and Yoga Researcher, Lisa Uebelacker, PhD, will host a special interest session on “Yoga in Prison” to discuss special considerations for providing opportunities for people to practice yoga in prison, as well as ongoing research projects and opportunities for future research. This session will be held on Tuesday, October 20 from 2:00 – 3:30 pm Pacific.

For more information about the symposium visit: https://www.iayt.org/page/2020SYRHome