Past Events

2016 Events

Sept. 10, 2016 | 1p - 6pm | University Hall, 3328

Historical Perspectives on Social Change with Dr. Christopher Chapple

Social change through nonviolent methods has a long global history. This workshop will explore how the silent meditation of the Quakers helped bring about the end of slavery and inspired the rise of global feminism. We will also discuss the transformative power of personal practice as found in Thoreau, Whitman, Tolstoy, Maya Angelou, and Mary Oliver.

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Sept. 11, 2016 | 1p - 6pm | University Hall, 3328

Gandhi and Yoga: Personal Transformation and Social Change with Dr. Veena Howard

Join Dr. Veena Howard in an exploration of Gandhi’s yogic disciplines he used to transform his personal life and bring social change. We’ll also learn how Gandhi’s personal practices of heath, vegetarianism, mindfulness, and self-restraint enabled him in his public life to bring about ground-shaking social, economic, and political change in India.

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Sept. 17, 2016 | 9a -7 pm | LMU Campus

Yoga Day followed by healing concert with Wah!

Join us for a free day of practice, open to all. Come explore asana, meditation sessions, the musical traditions of Yoga, participate in philosophical discussions, and more. Yoga Day draws upon Los Angeles' rich Yoga community and features world-renowned guest teachers from studios, practice centers, and spiritual communities across Southern California as well as LMU's own Yoga Studies family.

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2015 Events

2014 Events