Yoga For Every Body

Year of Yoga for Every Body (with sun image behind the word Yoga).

During the 2019-2020 academic year at the University at Buffalo, the Office of Inclusive Excellence along with various campus partners are sponsoring a range of inclusive yoga events through a yearlong program entitled Yoga for Every Body. These events will bring visibility and awareness to issues of inclusion through yoga.

On this page:

Fall Calendar of Events

Upcoming Events

11/21 - Yoga Workshops for Adults Working with Youth

Ongoing Events

Koru Mindfulness

Universal Design Yoga

Universal Design Yoga Tuesdays 10/8-11/12 4:30-6:30pm, 7 Diefendorf All experience levels welcome University at Buffalo Image of 4 people doing yoga on yoga mats.

October Stress Reduction Programs & Events

Chair Yoga

Chair yoga is similar to a universal yoga class however, a chair is incorporated with each pose. When standing poses are included in a Chair yoga class, the chair is used to help with and improve balance. Chair yoga may also include pranayama breathing techniques and meditation to promote focus, mental clarity and relaxation. Sessions are intended for UB faculty and staff.  To register, visit http://www.buffalo.edu/administrative-services/training/training-catalog/wwlb/chair-yoga.html.

  • Sessions:
    • 10/11/19: 12:00 - 1:00pm, 443 Pharmacy Building, South Campus
    • 11/15/19: 12:00 - 1:00 pm, 107 Capen Hall, North Campus
    • 11/22/19: 12:00 - 1:00 pm, 443 Pharmacy Building, South Campus
    • 12/13/19: 12:00 - 1:00 pm, 280 Park Hall, North Campus

Past Events

9/12 - DifCon: Yoga, Meditation & Cultural Appropriation

Yoga, Meditation & Cultural Appropriation DIFCON: Difficult Conversations about Urgent Issues University at Buffalo Office of Inclusive Excellence Thursday, September 12 12:00 - 1:30PM The Landmark Room, 210 Student Union free lunch! A variety of debates and controversies surround the growing popularity of yoga and meditation around the globe. In particular, some are concerned that yoga in the West has developed into an elitist, anti-diversity practice. We ask: Is practicing yoga and meditation a form of cultural appropriation? Can these mindfulness exercises be practiced in more culturally appropriate ways? Participants: Saba Butt, Accessibility Advocate & Psychology Student Bharat Jayaraman, Meditation Instructor & Professor of Computer Science & Engineering Stephanie L. Phillips, Founding Member of The Mindfulness Alliance & Professor of Law.

9/27 - Sharon Salzberg Talk & Book Signing

10/14 - Traditional Teachings of the Good Mind

10/17 - Matthew Sanford Film Screening