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WELCOME TO LEAD WITH LOVE

Our intention with this gathering is to inspire participants to find what lights them up and to share that more effectively with the world. We will be exploring Mind, Body and Spirit during these 4-days together including time in nature, lunch and dinner conversation, and workshops with global thought leaders. The base will be two heart-opening yoga classes per day as well as thoughtful, curated conversations and workshops.

This transformational event supports Aspen City of Wellbeing, a non-profit organization dedicated to shifting culture towards an optimal state of wellbeing for all.

Lead With Love, October 26th-29th 2017. 

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Friday, October 27 • 3:00pm - 4:15pm
A-Track: Urban Yogis: Using Yoga as a Tool for Transformation LIMITED

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Using ashtanga yoga style practice, the Urban Yogis will teach about half of the primary series. For some who have not practiced Ashtanga Yoga before, it is one of first styles of yoga to be taught with the vinyasa technique. Modifications will be given for beginners. Leading with love, we will close our class out with a kindness/love meditation and then transition into a deep relaxation.


Speakers
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Erica Ford

CEO and Founder of LIFE, Camp Inc. | “This is not a job, this is my LIFE; my undying love keeps me committed to my people until my glory day takes me away.” Erica Ford | Erica Ford remembers what it was like growing up in Jamaica, Queens back in the 1980s, where crack use and gun violence was an everyday occurrence. A resident in the high crime neighborhood since the age of five, Erica grew up attending countless funerals for friends and seeing mothers left alone to raise their children after losing their husbands to death or prison. | With a burning desire to help effect positive changes in her community, Erica attended a rally for the December 12th Movement, an international human... Read More →
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Juquille Johnston

Juquille Johnston, a native of south-side Jamaica, Queens, grew up in the Baisley park housing project. He is a leader and role model in his neighborhood. He lives by example, demonstrating the value of everyday life. He strives to open the minds of those around him by helping th... Read More →
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Raheem Lewis

Raheem Lewis grew up in the Baisley housing project in south-side Jamaica, Queens, a rough neighborhood riddled with gang and drug violence. his love for basketball and sports kept him from succumbing to a life as a "gangster", but in his neighborhood there were little economic a... Read More →
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Jaytaun Mcmillan

Jaytaun Mcmillan is 20 years old and grew up in south-side Jamaica, Queens, in the Baisley housing project. Even though growing up he was surrounded by lots of violence and drug abuse, his love for sports and basketball kept him out of trouble. As he got older, he was in search of a better life. Being introduced to the practice of yoga has helped him elevate his consciousness, learn to "take the good with the bad," and find happiness within. Now, using his leadership skills, he wants to inspire people to be happy and do what they love to do. He is inspired by the quote: "if you are not doing what you love or what your heart desires, you are literally committing spiritual... Read More →


Friday October 27, 2017 3:00pm - 4:15pm
McNulty Room: Doerr-Hosier Center 845 Meadows Road Aspen, CO 81611