Yoga, Reading, and Writing for Political Action
with Katy Steadman and Phaedra Bell

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Sunday, April 30th (1:00-4:00pm)

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$40 prepay/$45 at the door

Increase your wellbeing and heal our world

Join us to discover how unifying yoga, reading, and writing practices can set you on your way to establishing a voice and a method for becoming the change you want to see. The somatic practice of yoga cultivates internal alignment, openness, and insight. Reading practices invite you into ongoing conversations about how to have an impact that builds on the wisdom of others. Writing practices extend the somatic and reading practices to invite you into that conversation with your own voice, to reinforce your own wellbeing, and to commit to the actions you will take as you transition back into your daily life. Katy and Phaedra will support you in aligning your wellbeing with ways of interacting with others and having a positive impact.

Bring your favorite non-digital writing implements as well as your mat. Notebooks and pens will be available for purchase at cost in case you forget yours. Yoga mats are always available for rent at Bernal Yoga.

Everyone is welcome! No prior yoga or writing experience needed.

Phaedra Bell, PhD, has been designing and leading interdisciplinary programs in arts, communication, humanities, media, and health for the past twenty years primarily for undergraduates, graduate students, and medical students at Stanford and UCSF. She has also taught dramatic literature, theory and criticism, and playwriting at the University of Washington and UC Santa Barbara. Phaedra has been practicing as a learner with the great people of Bernal Yoga since 2007, primarily with the amazing Katy Steadman.

Katy Steadman has been teaching yoga since 2001. She teaches in a style that ignites a sense of curiosity into exploring the self. She enjoys bringing people together to foster community, and connection. There are no prerequisites for her classes. All classes are for all levels. She primarily teaches vinyasa yoga with focus on breath, alignment and a sense of well being. She facilitates a practice that is both grounded in tradition, and is sustainable for life. More about Katy.

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