Expect to see some schedule changes over the next few weeks, but most of the sessions for the conference are listed below.
Tarana Burke started the #MeToo movement in 2006 to raise awareness on the pervasiveness of sexual abuse and assault in society. In this unique interactive session, Tarana will share her lessons in providing opportunity for people to find their voice and share their story.
As mindfulness spreads across the country, the central question for many of us is: How do we effectively and wisely share the practice with those around us, be it family, corporations or other organizations? In this special intensive, renown mindfulness teacher Jon Kabat-Zinn will share his thoughts and lessons on the art of teaching mindfulness.
The divisive racial and cultural politics of the past year come to a crossroads in our nation's classrooms, where students and teachers gather each day to navigate a time of uncertainty and fear. Nicole Cardoza, founder of Yoga Foster, a nonprofit that empowers educators with yoga for the classroom, will highlight her organization's work and its development in this shifting political landscape, with stories and photos from classrooms across the country. Join this session for an overview of the impact of this practice for teachers and students, the need for tech implementation in yoga service, and ideas for using your practice for the people.
Connection is authentically and meaningfully relating to others. It's the building of a bridge that allows for understanding to flow freely. It honors our shared humanity and interdependence. Everyone has the capacity for connection, but the ability to connect can and has to be learned. It does not come through simple tools and frameworks. It comes through inner work and practice.
In this keynote based on her best-selling book, “The Soul of Money,” Lynne will examine the harsh realities of a money culture that holds us back from achieving our highest potential and realizing our greatest aspirations. By looking at our own financial “story” and the ways our beliefs have limited and constricted our relationship with money, we can re-conceptualize money. This presentation offers new pathways to realign our relationship with money and shows us how we can discover our own sufficiency and inner wealth.
Over her career and through key learnings from co-creating the 350,000+ Daybreaker community in 23 cities around the world, Radha, Co-Founder and Chief Community Architect at Daybreaker and Co-Founder of THINX, developed a Method she calls the CRAWL Method for community building. In this workshop, Radha will unpack the CRAWL Method and help you create the blueprint for your dream community. So whether you’re an author, CEO, political candidate or musician wanting to build your community from the ground up, this workshop is for you.
A radical exploration of altruism, empathy, integrity, respect and engagement. Joan Halifax has developed an understanding of how our greatest challenges can become the most valuable source of our wisdom?and how we can transform our experience of suffering into the power of compassion for the benefit of others.
Join Byron Katie for a two-hour interactive session where Katie will do The Work with attendees, showcasing and highlighting her unique way of working with individuals to support more joy and freedom.
This inspiring and practical talk—for women and men—shows us how to collectively uncover and understand our own stories about Feminine Power in order to live more confident, unapologetic lives. Artist, author, and designer Elle Luna and acclaimed psychotherapist Susie Herrick will be delivering a highly visual talk that weaves history, dreams, and psychologically astute exercises from their newest book Your Story is Your Power.
Search Inside Yourself is a unique program taught around the world integrating mindfulness and social emotional intelligence. SIYLI CEO Rich Fernandez and his team will share lessons from making these practices and teachings accessible and relevant to business environments.