SEYN

Socially Engaged Yoga Network

Socially Engaged Yoga Network (SEYN) supports yoga teachers and community organizations committed to sharing the benefits of yoga with under-resourced communities in the Chicagoland area.  We build partnerships in the fields of community health, social services, environmental sustainability, and education to improve health, empower communities, and leverage resources for positive social change.

SEYN hosts potlucks quarterly at partnering yoga studios and community organizations throughout the Chicagoland area. Each meeting focuses on a different topic presented by a panel of local experts.

FALL 201 8 GATHERING - FALL HARVEST IN THE CITY @ PATCHWORK FARMS

SUMMER 2018 GATHERING- SUMMER POP UP @ 606 TRAIL BLOCK PARTY


SPRING 2018 GATHERING- CONTEMPLATING YOGA AROUND CHICAGO

WINTER 2018 GATHERING- SELF CARE AS A PATHWAY TO ACTIVISM


SPRING TRAINING SERIES WITH YOGACARE- BENDING TOWARDS JUSTICE TRAINING

  Diversity Training for Yoga Teachers: Recognizing the Personal, Historic, and Institutional on the Way to Oneness   This weekend training recognizes and promotes the potential of yoga-- both yogic teachings and practices-- to create a just and fair world, both individually and culturally. The very Yamas of the eight limbs of yoga direct us to non-violence, integrity, non-greed, non-stealing, and moderation and focusing of our energy.  This training is for anyone who: · wants more tools · has messed up or hurt someone · feels unseen, dismissed, or injured in the yoga classroom  …and for everyone who wants to explore practices and tools for welcoming and holding space for the whole diversity of humanity that may come through our doors by creating more inclusive, welcoming, and justice-oriented yoga spaces for all-- truly moving towards and committing to teaching yoga for justice.   REGISTER HERE

Diversity Training for Yoga Teachers: Recognizing the Personal, Historic, and Institutional on the Way to Oneness

This weekend training recognizes and promotes the potential of yoga-- both yogic teachings and practices-- to create a just and fair world, both individually and culturally. The very Yamas of the eight limbs of yoga direct us to non-violence, integrity, non-greed, non-stealing, and moderation and focusing of our energy.

This training is for anyone who:
· wants more tools
· has messed up or hurt someone
· feels unseen, dismissed, or injured in the yoga classroom

…and for everyone who wants to explore practices and tools for welcoming and holding space for the whole diversity of humanity that may come through our doors by creating more inclusive, welcoming, and justice-oriented yoga spaces for all-- truly moving towards and committing to teaching yoga for justice.

REGISTER HERE