Accessibility

We are dedicated to Accessibility, meaning we believe in making classes as inclusive as possible for each and every student.

This is why we promote the global non-profit organization known as Accessible Yoga.

Accessible Yoga is dedicated to sharing the benefits of Yoga with anyone who currently does not have access to these practices, and with communities that have been excluded or under served. All people, regardless of ability or background, deserve equal access to the ancient teachings of Yoga, which offer individual empowerment and spiritual awakening. By building a strong network and advocating for a diverse Yoga culture that is inclusive and welcoming, we are sharing Yoga with all.

Accessible Training

We require all programs to take a mandatory course with either Dianne Bondy or Jivana Heyman. This year, there is an opportunity to study with both under the same roof at the Accessible Yoga Conference this June 22-24, 2018!

We have built in Accessible Yoga Training with Jivana Heyman into all our 2018 certificate programs. If you have already taken his course, or certified with Dianne Bondy’s Yoga for All course, you are given advanced placement.

The Accessible Yoga Training runs June 18-21 at Victoria University (UofT).

 

Accessible Yoga Global Organization

To learn more about the Accessible Yoga Organization, click here:

Accessible Yoga

Accessible Yoga Conference Toronto

Chantel Ehler is the Location Manager for the Accessible Yoga Conference in Toronto on June 22-24, 2018 (to be held at Victoria University, UofT).

To learn more about the Accessible Yoga Conference Toronto, please check out these two links:

 

Accessible Yoga Canada: Facebook Group

Accessible Yoga Conference

Become an Ambassador in Your Community

What does it mean to be an Accessible Yoga Ambassador? In becoming a member, you agree to share an inclusive approach with your local community. Apply here:

Apply to be an Ambassador

Join Us at the Accessible Yoga Conference

 

Apply for Social Seva

Part of our Program is dedicated to recognizing and implementing education that advocates being in service of others.

We offer programs that ensure teachers are able to work to integrate their yoga with a service to elevating humanity in a tangible, practical way.

As of September 1, 2017, All Certified Teachers must supply a 100 hour social seva work status minimum to be recognized as a fully licensed Amara Vidya Teacher.

In order to continue maintaining their credential status, they must submit a 12 hour social seva volunteer minimum per annum (1 hour per month).

 

Contact Us to learn how to apply to the social seva program.

If you are already an Amara Vidya teacher, contact us how to maintain your status by entering the Social Seva Program.