Melanie Taylor, founder of the Life of Wellness Institute, offers seven tips to teachers to create safe yoga spaces for students with eating disorders.
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Chelsea Roff reflects on the highlights from this year's event and what it truly means to create cultures of prevention.
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Jill Bolte Taylor is a neuroanatomist and the New York Times best-selling author of My Stroke of Insight, a book telling the story of what she learned when she had a severe stroke in 1996.
David Swenson is recognized as one of the world's foremost practitioners and teachers of Asthanga Yoga. In this short interview, David shares his experience of the impact a yoga mat can have—how it challenge and inspire, and even change lives.
When her best friend passed away, Mariah struggled with walking and moving. After yoga helped her to regain independence, she created Yoga for CP to show others with Cerebral Palsy and disability that they too can practice yoga.
Arianna Aron, Founder of Mudgies Yoga LLC, is a Give Back Yoga supporter & mat grant recipient. Here, Arianna shares what the power of a yoga mat means to her and talks about her experience of fundraising for Give Back Yoga.
After nineteen years of teaching languages in secondary and post-secondary schools, Susie was ready for a change. Now, she serves as the Program Director for Prison Yoga Project-Alabama. This is her story.
Lucilda Dassardo-Cooper discusses the barriers to traditional yoga spaces for people of color, the health disparities and inequities in medical care, and how she created Project Breath in response.
As she listened to a conversation about violence in schools in 2004, Dee Marie had an idea: teach ahimsa in schools. But her plan was trickier than anticipated to implement. Dee Marie shares how the story unfolded.