HOW CAN WE CULTIVATE SELF-AWARENESS THROUGH OUR BODY?
“Connecting Mind and Body: Cultivating Somatic Awareness Through Movement”
With Sharon Salzberg, Parker J. Palmer,
Reggie Hubbard and Itzel Hayward
Tuesday, March 9, 2021
8 AM PST / 11 AM EST / 5 PM CET
Don’t forget to register for the upcoming WELLbinar! Wisdom teachers Sharon Salzberg and Parker J. Palmer, along with wellness practitioners and activists Reggie Hubbard and Itzel Hayward, will be guiding us through the third session of our 10-part monthly WELLbinar series on inner wellbeing and social change.
Together, we’ll explore the theme of somatic awareness through guiding questions and conversation as well as experiential practice. The 90-minute session will include some short and light physical practices, so be sure to dress accordingly– there will be movement!
For more information on the full series and speakers, as well as previous WELLbinar recordings and resources, check out our website here.
|Reggie Hubbard is a yogi, teacher, and activist who inspires others to seek transformative change. As a certified 500-Hour Yoga Alliance instructor, Reggie’s teaching practice is designed for all levels and lifestyles; the one thing required is an open mind. The focus of his teaching is to bring more peace and balance to activists and to guide the wellness community toward being more engaged, concerned citizens. In addition to his yogic activities, Reggie has held many senior strategic and logistical roles across a variety of fields. He currently serves as a senior political strategist for a leading campaigning organization. Learn more about Active Peace Yoga here.|
|Itzel Hayward is a yoga teacher, mindful communication trainer, and advocate for self-love. After serving as a public policy lawyer for 13 years, Itzel founded Attuned Living, a wellbeing organization working at the intersection of love and social justice. For people longing to love themselves more, Itzel offers individual and group coaching on awakening radical self-love. For people longing to create a more just society, Itzel teaches compassionate communication to advocate for justice through her series, “Beyond the Book Group.” She’s regularly invited to share her talk “Responding to Racism: A Spiritual Perspective” with other spiritual practitioners all over the world.|
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