Circles of Connection

Our Global Community of Practice

OUR GLOBAL COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE – LAUNCHING SOON

A collaboration between Yoga for Humankind & Fierce Calm

Do you dream about being part of a global community where we nourish one another, support each other’s growth, and inspire personal and collective action to co-create a more just and loving world? 

Circles of Connection is our Global Community of Practice, currently in the making. A virtual hearth for individuals around the globe who are dedicated to embodied healing and social change to nourish one another through connection, skillsharing, education, collaborative action, and living our practices and values together. This community will be a space for us to practice being authentic, emergent and messy, and make mistakes in the process of transformative learning and unlearning. 

Circles of Connection will offer monthly online educational and skill-sharing workshops, yoga classes, and peer learning groups facilitated by Community of Practice members.

All of our Circles of Connection offerings will be free and by donation, and open to all to participate. 

JOIN US IN THE CREATION PHASE

Share your ideas with us by 23rd August

We are in the exciting phase of shaping our Community of Practice, to launch in the last quarter of 2021.

We’d love you to join us in this creation stage by sharing your ideas and suggestions for what you would like to share, learn and experience via the forms linked below.

You can choose one of two levels of participation:

Co-creative member – Graduates of Yoga for Humankind training and prior Circles of Connection participants are invited to become co-creative members and potential facilitators. Click below to share how you’d like to contribute and gain.

SHARE WITH US

Drop-in participant – Anyone interested in joining any of our monthly offerings as a participant. Click below to voice your ideas for our community programs and offerings.

VOICE YOUR IDEAS

Please respond by 23rd August, and stay tuned for our upcoming launch!