Global Movement Network is a non-profit organization that acts as a trust for yoga teachers, artists & healers. ALL are welcome to contribute.
We are a decentralized funding source for strategic, direct action, environmental activists.
Retreats and events are autonomously run by people all over the world, and the collective profits generated are donated to our Network Allies through us.
We support each other with free trainings on nonviolent communication, anti-racist work, trauma-informed teaching and other skill shares.
Global Movement Network was born out of three main things:
The recognition that the slow shift matters.
The recognition that the environmental crisis cannot wait for the slow shift to occur.
We can bridge ourselves together to create real impact,and lift each other up in the process.
Yoga + Backpacking
July 18-21st, Yosemite
Spend the weekend getting deep into the wilderness-- both internally with self reflection, yoga and contemplation and of course externally with granite slabs you can't help but marvel at. We will spend a few days carrying only what we need, and nothing more. We will learn how to slow down and be receptive to the present moment and rely on each other to get further than we can alone. This is a weekend about spaciousness, awe, friendship and breaking through barriers.
Donation Yoga Class
Tuesdays, 6:30pm in Seattle
Every Tuesday night at Ritual House Yoga in Seattle, Join Erika Ramberg for an all levels Jivamukti Yoga class. All proceeds will support Global Movement Network
Donation Yoga Class
Sundays, 9:15- 10:15 in SF
Join Holly Urban every Sunday to support Global Movement Network. Expect a balanced class suitable for all levels. At Bend Yoga in San Francisco, CA.
Are you an artist, yoga teacher, or healer who wants to contribute to the network?
Are you an environmental justice activist in need of support?
Do you have general inquires about this network?
We’d love to hear from you!
Since November, 2018 we have hosted over 40 events ranging from classes to workshops to retreats to art battles!
We have collectively donated $7532 to our Network Allies.
We have supported indigenous water protectors stand their ground and get basic camp supplies to fight the Energy Transfers Pipeline in Louisiana and begin to transition their camp to mutual aid efforts and food sovereignty . We have supported indigenous land protectors create tribal villages along proposed routes along the border wall, protecting sacred burial grounds and documenting the safety of all communities. These efforts protect wildlife and ecosystems, including the near extinct ocelot, from being disrupted due to over 30 environmental laws being waived from construction for the wall.