Matthew Remski’s latest book, Practice and All is Coming, features his careful listening to survivor stories of assault and abuse, close analysis of the cultic mechanisms at play in the sphere of Pattabhi Jois’ Ashtanga community and gives a clear pathway forward to enhanced critical thinking, student empowerment and community resilience.
This evening with Matthew will highlight his PRISM model – the many practical tools for recognizing the basic energies and patterns of toxic dynamics, promoting transparency, accountability and harm reduction for all practitioners now and moving forward.
“Practice and All is Coming is ESSENTIAL to the evolution of yoga.” -Shiva Rea
“Required reading for every yoga teacher training.” -Trina Altman
“Provides the yoga community with a roadmap to self-healing.” – David Gordon White
Matthew also will save time to discuss his previous book, Threads of Yoga: A Remix of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, with Commentary and Reverie.
Matthew Remski is a yoga teacher, industry consultant, and author of nine previous books. As the survivor of two cults, his work has been pivotal in illuminating the shadows of globalized yoga and Buddhism, showing that disillusionment and critical inquiry can be gateways to mature spirituality. He facilitates modules in philosophy, history, culture and community health in yoga teacher training programs internationally. He lives his Toronto with his partner and their two children.