About This Workshop
Yoga scholar, practitioner, and museologist Christopher Rzigalinski invites us to reconsider how we relate to the material day-to-day world. Discuss how social and environmental injustices are linked to histories of Western thought, resulting in social and political tensions that haunt us today. In addition, explore cultivating spiritual activism and turning intention into action with a guided object-driven meditation practice. This workshop empowers us to begin the collaboration and community-building needed for sustainable change.
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About the Presenter Show
Christopher M. Rzigalinski, RYT 200, is a yoga and meditation scholar-practitioner, museologist, online media host, classroom educator, writer, artist, and activist living in New York City. He is also the Operations & Development Director for the Yoga Now app. His research and teaching interests focus on how embodied yoga principles can develop social and environmental justice paths. This work led him to develop a theory of object-driven meditation that transforms how individuals relate to material reality. He is a proud 2021 Liberation Experience Fellow and a Climate Reality Project Leader. Christopher's goal is to help facilitate the creation of brave spaces and cultivate co-collaboration. You can find more information about his artistic projects at working-definitions-media.com and his yoga practice at workingdefinitionsyoga.com.
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