Yoga Journal

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MAY 22

YOGA FOR ALL

Even great yoga teachers with the best intentions can inadvertently say things that may harm students—physically or mentally. Enter our new online course: Inclusivity Training for Yoga, hosted by yoga teacher and . Over six weeks, yoga teachers and students will learn compassionate and inclusive language choices, alternative versions of poses, and appropriate assists, plus how to reach out to neighboring communities and expand and diversify at their local yoga studios. Join us at .

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