CE Workshop | Online Pedagogy: Technical and Cultural Competency

April 9, 2020, 2pm ET

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About This Workshop

This workshop aims to raise guiding questions for online yoga teachers interested in justice. United States yoga popularity is accompanied by a range of impacts, and unfortunately, this includes increased physical injuries and cultural harms. As online yoga teachers, it is our responsibility to be aware of what we are stepping into as we move teaching and learning to the online space.

About the Presenter

Dr. Roopa Bala Singh, Esq. (E-RYT 200, RPYT) has years of online higher education teaching experience, and has taught thousands of undergraduate Justice Studies students at the School of Social Transformation. In 2020, she launched the Critical Yoga Studies podcast, which explores race relations, as part of The New School’s Social Movements + Innovation Lab. She is an incoming Assistant Professor of Law and Civic Engagement at California State University, Monterey Bay, and a licensed attorney (UC Berkeley) with a Masters in Cinema (NYU) and a Ph.D. in Justice Studies (ASU). Dr. Singh is also the co-owner of a busy Brooklyn wellness center where she led the prenatal yoga teaching program and was the first South Asian American standards advisor at Yoga Alliance.

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