Dismantle white supremacy and spiritual bypassing in yoga. Learn the true essence of the Bhagavad Gita from an authentic South Asian teacher raised in the philosophy of Sanatana Dharma. In this course we will:
- Explore the Bhagavad Gita for the modern times and how it intersects with social justice
- Learn the philosophy behind one of the greatest and most popular yogic texts that is so often misappropriated and coopted in mainstream yoga
- Learn to embody your practice and find a deeper meaning in these turbulent times that can help you become more socially activated to help dismantle white supremacy in wellness
This course will leave you feeling more enlightened about the spirituality behind your yoga practice, and how you can take this newfound knowledge off your mat and into your daily life to impact real lasting change and live the wisdom of the Gita now. This training is suitable for all levels of practitioner and for both yoga students and teachers looking to expand their knowledge on yoga philosophy by learning from an authentic South Asian teacher.
BIPOC scholarships are available.
Live courses are Tuesdays & Thursdays, February 9 - 18, 2021
Feb 9: 3:30 - 4:45pm PT / 6:30 - 7:45pm ET
Feb 11: 3:30 - 4:45pm PT / 6:30 - 7:45pm ET
Feb 16: 3:30 - 4:45pm PT / 6:30 - 7:45pm ET
Feb 18: 3:30 - 4:45pm PT / 6:30 - 7:45pm ET
The recordings will be available within 24 hours after each session's end participants will have access to recordings until March 18, 2021.
We recommend attending live or insuring you can watch all lectures February 9 - 18, 2021 when registering.
Meet Your Teachers
Anusha is the Founder of Shanti Within Wellness and a professional speaker around the world on the science of mindfulness and meditation. Anusha is also the Wellness Consultant for Hoag Hospital in Orange County, CA where she is actively engaged on championing mindfulness and meditation practices for maternal mental health programs, early risk assessment for breast & ovarian cancer prevention programs and breast cancer survivorship programs. Anusha is one of the first people to create a meditation program to be used in clinical research at Hoag Hospital.
Anusha has over 15 years of international senior management experience working for Fortune 50, 100 and 500 global corporations, charitable organizations & private companies in three continents. She holds a BA, MA, Diploma in Mentoring, Certified Professional Life Coach qualification, Registered Yoga Teacher/RYT with Yoga Alliance and is a Meditation Practitioner. Anusha leads yoga and meditation workshops across the USA and internationally and is part of the teaching faculty for a number of Yoga Alliance certified Yoga Teacher Training Courses across Southern California where she has created curriculum on deconstructing and decolonizing yoga in the west from an authentic Hindu South Asian perspective.
Anusha combines her commitment towards social justice, racial equality and health equity by serving on the Board of Directors for the non-profit MOMS Orange County. She is very involved in working with inner city communities and women of color to bring the power of yoga for a healthy mind, body and spirit into these localities to nurture and empower change from within. Anusha co-founded the movement Womxn of Color + Wellness www.womxnofcolorandwellness.com @wocandwellness which is focused on decolonizing wellness and making yoga and wellness more equitable, accessible, diverse and inclusive. Anusha is a published Author and her first book on meditation and mindfulness and the importance of representation in this space is due out in Jan 2021 by Llewellyn Worldwide.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please note: The recordings will be available within 24 hours after each session's end and available for 48 hours only. We recommend attending live or insuring you can watch all lectures February 9-18, 2021, 2020 before registering.