Beauty Way Healing Arts
Harmonizing Inner and Outer Nature
Yoli Maya Yeh is a Yoga & Shiatsu Therapist (AOBTA, VYASA, Yoga for the Special Child) and an Educator in Comparative Religions and Global Studies (MA Comparative Religious Ethics). Yoli works at the intersection of Indigenous Preservation, Healing Arts and Social Justice through the design and implementation of experiential education-based Decolonization, Dialogue, Collaboration and Community Implementation Toolkits. Raised in her family's Native American spiritual teachings, Yoli spent twelve years of her young adulthood studying language, yoga, tantra, healing arts and meditation in India. A native of Chicago, she blends her understandings of Indigenous wisdom teachings, mind-body science, yogic discipline, and play into innovative learning programs for all ages and abilities. @yoliyogini Email firstname.lastname@example.org for bookings.
Tantra for Women: Temple of the Goddess Series
Saturdays running from October 2nd - November 27th, 2:00-4:00pm CT
$250 payable via Venmo @YoliJoseph or Paypal @ email@example.com
Info email: firstname.lastname@example.org
via Zoom (no recordings available)
Fridays, October 22, 29, November 5 & 12, 2021
10:00-12:00pm CT , $200
Taught by Yoli Maya Yeh
A call is being heard loud and clear to challenge racism within and to dismantle in industry structures. Long has this system of oppression and harm been supported by overt and implicit biases, capitalist economic structures and the misappropriation of spiritual and wellbeing language into weapons of self-hypnosis, gaslighting, spiritual bypass and abuse. This series presents a map of the path we must traverse in order to liberate yoga and wellness tools and to enter the transformative justice work of anti-racism. Our approach to learning is rooted in a decolonized framework, Indigenous methodologies, is BBIPOC centered and utilizes experiential pedagogy. This is not your average unpack-your-white-privilege workshop. This is a deep dive into theory and practice of how we move from defining the problem to mapping how we move through the restorative work to arrive at the potential for transformative justice where collective healing is possible.
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