Save the Date for the 5th Annual Yoga Service Conference – May 13-15, 2016
The 5th Annual Yoga Service Conference will be held May 13-15, 2016, at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, New York. Save the date for this anniversary celebration, bringing together the nation’s leaders in yoga service.
We are committed to making the Yoga Service Conference as accessible as possible. This year we were proud to have introduced tiered pricing available to everyone, and we will continue to offer tiered pricing for the 2016 conference. We will also be offering a limited number of scholarships. Join our mailing list to be notified of scholarship applications when they become available.
150 Lake Drive,
$420: Yoga Service Supporter
$345: Regular Pricing
$270: YSC Members
$195: Discount Rate
Watch for Registration Details
Registration coming soon
Share Your Work
We are currently soliciting proposals for plenary speakers, breakout workshop leaders, and discussion facilitators for the 2016 conference. Click Here to Apply.
Who Should Attend?
You do not need to be a yoga teacher, or even a yoga practitioner to benefit from this conference. Social workers, school teachers, health-care providers, counselors, yoga teachers, mindfulness teachers and all others interested in exploring the possibility of bringing yoga and mindfulness to underserved or vulnerable populations will find resources, tools and community at this gathering.
The 2015 Conference
The 2015 Yoga Service Conference was a great success! At the 2015 Yoga Service Conference, we explored issues of social justice, inclusion, safety and community building. We learned from experts about the impact of both trauma and yoga on the body and the brain. We heard about the most recent research in the field, and explore practices to cultivate our own compassion and capacity for meaningful relationship. We co-created the language of sharing these practices with social institutions, and had many opportunities for our own self-care, with daily yoga and meditation, guided by exceptional teachers.
Breakout workshops shared concrete tools that attendees could integrate immediately into their work, with the opportunity to choose from classes across three distinct tracks of study designed for: Yoga Teachers, Social Service Providers, Organizational leaders.
In the spirit of community building and learning from each other, facilitated discussions offered on working with specific populations, and Saturday evening a Yoga Service Exhibition brought together the founders and leaders of dozens of service organizations from across the country for the opportunity to share their groundbreaking work.
New this year was the opportunity to sign up for one on one mentoring sessions with YSC board members and advisors on issues such as organizational development, fundraising, outreach, training teachers, and other requested topics.
For a comprehensive review of the 2015 conference, check out Carol Horton’s review in Yoga U.
We believe everyone should have an opportunity to attend the Yoga Service Conference. If you want to attend but need a little help, we will be accepting applications for scholarships between Jan 1 and Feb. 28, 2014. Check back then.
We believe everyone should have an opportunity to attend the Yoga Service Conference. If you want to attend but need a little help, apply for one of our scholarships. We will be accepting applications for scholarships between Jan 1 and Feb. 28, 2014. Thank you.
Click here to access the application.