We are offering a free book club that explores Jivana Heyman’s Yoga Revolution: Building a Practice of Courage & Compassion! Led by Prison Yoga Project’s Jen Lindgren and special guests Angela Dharma Fears and Haunani Chong Drake.
Together, we will delve into how the philosophy of yoga can address the challenges of our contemporary society and pressing issues we face. We will come together as a community on May 9th, 23rd, and 30th from 4pm-6pm PST to share our unique paths to personal and collective healing.
Join us in bringing your passion for yoga, inclusion, and advocacy to this book club series, where we will explore how we can deepen our connection to this practice to build sustainable resources for our continued work supporting one another and combating systems of oppression.
Week One: Exploring Section One- Inner Revolution
Week Two: Exploring Section Two – Outer Revolution
Week Three: Exploring Section Three – Yoga in Practice
Angela (Dharma) Fears LMT, E-RYT 500, Yoga Therapist & Sound Healer, Yoga Teacher Trainer, Wellness Coach.
Specializing in Ayurveda, energy anatomy and therapeutic yoga. Angela honors and shares from the Wisdom Traditions. Her classes are soulful, playful, and thoughtful while cultivating a sense of healing energy. She provides tools and spaces for everyone to explore practices to integrate living through Yoga.
Dr. Haunani Chong Drake DACM is a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, Licensed Acupuncturist in the U.S., an international Yoga and Ayurveda educator, trainer, and mentor, and adjunct faculty in the A.A.S Yoga Studies program at Pacific College of Health Sciences (PCHS). She is a bridge builder and connector by nature who has served her local, national, and international communities with heart, mind and body wellness for over 20 years.
Jen Lindgren, E-RYT 200, y4c (yoga for cancer), joined Prison Yoga Project in 2019 as Chapter Director for New Hampshire. Jen is the Senior Trainer for Prison Yoga Project and the curriculum creator and facilitator for our 200-hour YTT: Yoga, Social Justice, and Leadership. She has been facilitating trauma-informed and healing centered yoga classes to incarcerated individuals since 2017, including the instruction of 200hr level Yoga teacher training programs inside.