Using our Energy for the Greater Good with Susanna Barkataki
Susanna Barkataki is a diversity coach, inclusivity trainer and yoga culture advocate and the Founder of Ignite Institute. She is honored to have worked in education, training and social justice for over two decades. She studied with her family and Masters in India and the United States in the Hatha Yoga tradition. Today, she trains yoga teachers, studios, nonprofits and businesses in person and online to become leaders in equity, diversity and yogic values so they can embody thriving yoga leadership with integrity and confidence. She believes we can grow our businesses with integrity and confidence by leading with our hearts and our values.
- What is cultural appropriation
- When cultural appreciation becomes appropriation
- How we can use our energy for the greater good
- What teachers can do to educate themselves
- How to share that knowledge with students
Shambhala Publications is the proud publisher of Living the Sutras: A Guide to Yoga Wisdom beyond the Mat by Kelly DiNardo and Amy Pearce-Hayden and Yoga Mama: The Practitioner’s Guide to Prenatal Yoga by Linda Sparrowe.
You’ve been doing yoga for years. It’s an integral part of the way you live, move, and breathe. And now you’re having a baby. If you’re like most women, your body probably feels foreign, your mind a bit cloudy, and your once-solid practice confusing as you move through pregnancy and birthing into motherhood.
Yoga Mama can help. A perfect companion if you want to continue your yoga practice during pregnancy and on into motherhood, Yoga Mama will show you how to connect more deeply to your experience and prepare for your journey—physically, mentally, and spiritually.
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