Spiritual Work in a Material World: The Business of Yoga
A Long Table Conversation with Iana Velez of NY YOGA + LIFE magazine
Saturday, September 28, 2019
11:15 AM–12:00 PM
Join Iana Velez, publisher and editor in Chief of NY YOGA + LIFE magazine, and a panel of leaders in the NYC yoga and wellness industry as we explore the money-related questions and challenges many people working in yoga and wellness face today in an honest and open dialogue. Panelists will talk frankly about the power dynamics inherent in teacher payment structures and the complexities of combining spiritual work and making money.
The Rubin Museum invites you to take a seat at the table. Throughout our Year of Power, we are hosting The Long Table, an open-source participatory project conceived by artist and activist Lois Weaver, which provides a forum for visitors and community groups to engage in a series of conversations on sharing power.
The Long Table is supported by Shelley and Donald Rubin.
About the Hosts
NY YOGA + LIFE â„¢ magazine is New York’s only free print and digital magazine celebrating yoga, art, music, wellness and New York lifestyle. NY YOGA + LIFE magazine prints biannually and curates and co-hosts over two-dozen yoga and mindfulness events a year with partners that include the Rubin Museum, Kripalu, and many more. NY YOGA + LIFE magazine is a volunteer-based publication owned and published by the publisher and editor-in-chief, Iana Velez.
Iana Velez is the publisher and editor-in-chief of NY YOGA + LIFEâ„¢ magazine, New York’s only free print and digital publication celebrating yoga, wellness, art, and culture. Iana was born and raised in New York City and has worked internationally as an art director for over 20 years in TV, film, and now print. She has also completed her 200 YTT certification and has been practicing yoga for over 15 years. NY YOGA + LIFE magazine celebrates the intersection of her greatest passions: New York City, art, and yoga.
Registration for this program is full. There will be seats available from which to observe the program in our cafe. No ticket purchase is required.