BWY launches thought-provoking and celebratory online events programme for 2023

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From deep dives into ancient history to today’s quest for true equity, diversity and inclusivity in yoga, from six internationally renowned teachers.

The British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) launches its new national online events programme with a focus on Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity, a powerful workshop that will provide a toolkit of practical steps to celebrate and increase inclusion in yoga.

Hosted online via Zoom on 26 January 2023 from 11am to 12.30pm, the bespoke session will be led by Josetta, a passionate advocate for bringing yoga to under-represented communities. Through Josetta’s extensive EDI training, consultation, PHD research and lived experience, attendees will benefit from using EDI informed language to create and maintain more inclusive yoga spaces.

Further sessions in 2023 will be led by Bhaskarji Ramachandran, who will be decoding the ancient text of The Bhagavad Gita; academic Graham Burns, who will take us on an historical journey through yoga; renowned Ashtanga teacher and author Gregor Maehle who will lead a session on tantric meditation and the ever-popular Devon-based teacher Bill Wood, who will discuss one of his biggest influences, Scaravelli. Also joining BWY is Donna Noble who will explore body positive yoga, teaching us to embrace the skin we are in.

Each session costs £20, including a recording. Members can attend for free as a membership benefit. To book your space, please click here.

Diana O’Reilly, Chair of BWY, said:

“We are delighted and honoured that we can offer these inspirational and highly informative sessions to our members and to the wider community. It is a great opportunity to learn about yoga’s rich history, its different styles and how we can connect with new communities to make yoga more accessible for all.”


About BWY

The British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) is committed to sharing yoga’s transformative power and rich heritage through events and education. Guided by yoga’s principles and traditions, BWY’s mission is to enrich lives through yoga, increasing accessibility and inclusivity. Established as a registered charity in 1965 and recognised as the National Governing Body for Yoga by Sport England and Sport Wales, BWY serves more than 5000 members and is supported by a 100-strong local volunteer network and a small central team.

For all media inquiries:

Contact Natalie Lyndon
BWY PR & Communications Officer