This workshop is a part of the Prison Yoga Project Foundational Training: Yoga Through the Lens of Incarceration and is not available for open enrollment. For more information, visit the Foundational Training course page.
About this Workshop
Objective: understand and experience interoceptive awareness in the context of personal and social identity.
This workshop explores identity from an embodied perspective through a unique take on the classic “Circles of Myself” activity. We’ll discuss how we experience our intersecting identities through our bodies and how we experience privilege and oppression. We’ll connect our personal experiences to concepts of implicit bias and systemic oppression viewed through a yogic lens. We’ll reflect on how our collective insight gained through these activities and discussion informs how we offer yoga and mindfulness for incarcerated people.
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