RYSN Mission and Objectives

Yoga is a powerful force. It holds endless potential to foster mindfulness, peace, and health. The Rochester Yoga Service Network (RYSN) was created in 2014 by a small group of yoga leaders in Rochester, New York with the intention of sharing the practice of yoga with underserved populations in our community. In a spirit of cooperation and community engagement, RYSN provides support to, and unity among, local yoga service providers to create bridges of mutual connection and healing.

Objectives - RYSN aims to:

1) Maintain and share a database of Rochester yoga service providers identified by specialty, expertise, and/or affiliation

2) Facilitate the pairing of yoga teachers and volunteers with individuals and groups in need of yoga service

3) Provide a forum for RYSN members to share best program practices in addition to facilitating and hosting yoga training and professional development for Network members

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Join Us! Rochester Yoga Service Immersion

Rochester Yoga Service Network is thrilled to announce our first workshop - Sunday, March 1st, 2-6 pm. Registration is now open! Please see the flyer embedded below for details and contact us with any questions.

The Rochester Yoga Service Network (RYSN) is pleased to
host this groundbreaking workshop presented by
Carla Giambrone, e-RYT Yogi/Researcher.

WHEN:  Sunday March 1st, 2015
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

WHERE:  Nazareth College Center for Spirituality
Golisano Academic Center, Room 151

WHO:  Open to all yoga teachers and students
dedicated to sharing yoga love and service

HOW TO SIGN UP: Visit http://carlayoga.com/
click on “sign up here.”
Cost: $25 ($5 for college students)

This workshop is designed to support and instruct yogis dedicated to spreading the gifts of yoga to underserved populations in our community, with a focus on hands-on assisting, recognizing and responding to trauma, coaching via LEAN® - Living Empowered Action Now,  and the yogic philosophy of service/seva.  Come ready to share your love of yoga with both a going-deeper practice and workshop instruction.

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