Happy New Year! A few weeks into 2015 and it still feels fresh and full of potential, doesn’t it? Did you make any resolutions? How are you doing with them? At Imagination Yoga, we created a resolution and are excited to get started on it because it involves YOU!
We want to introduce something that represented generosity and benevolence without any type of excess or ownership tied to the effort (Brahmacharya and Aparigraha). Simultaneously, we have a desire to learn a bit from ourselves (Svadhyaya) and surrender some of the control to learning (Ishvara Pranidhana).
This is how the Kind Heart Scholarship was born. Have you heard of it yet? It’s a scholarship for a fully paid 4-day Teacher Training! Our intention comes from the heart (thus it’s name) and is rooted in the yoga principles. We truly want to share and spread the knowledge. Simple as that.
We recognize we are ridiculously blessed to have the skilled, yoga-minded teachers that we have across the nation. Imagination Yoga is surrounded and strengthened by kind-hearted, smart and driven people who have a playful passion for bringing yoga to children in their community. Our teachers are one of our greatest assets and joys; a personal connection that is truly priceless.
So, to search for the next Imagination Yoga teacher fills our heart with enormous hope. We are looking for that one motivated individual who communicates to children like it’s second-nature and wants to leave a positive footprint on their local community. Someone who believes calming the mind can be taught to the youth of our nation. Someone who understands breathing techniques can reverse poor behavior and restore relaxation. Someone who knows yoga is a solution to many of the pop culture issues of childhood today.
This is what we’re in the business of doing. Yoga works for kids. We believe. We understand. We whole-heartedly know deep down in our bones.
Do you? If so, join us! Come make a difference with us.
Click here to learn more about the 2015 Imagination Yoga Scholarship and to either apply or nominate someone you know.