Special Guest Speaker Series: Yoga@Sunrise on Sun 8/19, 7 am An inspiring local elder crossed path with us a while ago, an idea got seeded over a recent conversation with him and now we are blessed to have him share some beautiful insights from his journey in health-care and some key take away tips for our self, family & community health from his years of experiences healing people.
He's a Dr. dedicated to serving local community through his several decades of service, he is an inspiration for many, an asset to our local community, and above all a beautiful human being. This is a simple token of appreciation to receive him in this spirits of unconditional acceptance to listen to him share gems from his journey. Hope you can join to co-create a beautiful morning with others in the community.
Flow for the morning:7 am -- Start Yoga group practice7:45 -- Special guest speaker & QnA8:30 am -- Breakfast (vegan) sharing Please invite anyone else in the local area (absolute beginners can also practice this Yoga, all are welcome), rsvp here on Yoga@Sunrise page - http://tinyurl.com/6tbzepv
Surprise Special Guest! As part of our weekly Sun 7 am Yoga practice, we are delighted to have a special guest Dr. Sailesh Rao.Dr this week 4/29. Sailesh Rao will share deep insights from his life's journey & his work. I was deeply moved by his sharing at a recent talk and he was very kind to accept our humble invite to join our community to share his immense love for what he has to share. We have requested him to share some thoughts along the theme of Health -- Healthy People = Healthy Community = Healthy Planet.
Dr. Sailesh Rao is the Executive Director of the non-profit, Climate Healers. An Electrical Engineer by training with a Ph. D. from Stanford University, Sailesh switched careers and became deeply immersed in the various environmental crises facing humanity after some life changing events. He is the author of the 2011 book, “Carbon Dharma: The Occupation of Butterflies.”
A must meet person and learn from his deep experience & knowledge, if you can join please RSVP here. The conversation will be for about an hour until 8:30am after which we will visit the local Community Garden project where more than 200 farmer families grow food together in one space of about 5+ acre urban land.