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Welcome to the 6th Annual Texas Yoga Conference! Another year has practically flown by and we are so excited to announce our new home, new line-up and everything great about Houston's annual event supporting the yoga community and its growth! See our schedule at www.texasyogaconference2015.sched.org to see the entire wonderful line-up in 2015! Please purchase one ticket at a time with your name and email so that sched.org can send you individually an invite to reserve classes.
We are truly excited now that we have a beautiful new home for our annual conference! After moving around to various venues for five years in a row, we realized a true union of a greater vision is one that is shared. We have always supported ISKCON and ISKCON has always supported the TYC and our community of yoga at large. The BEAUTIFUL, absolutely GORGEOUS ISKCON Temple and Cultural Center is now complete! Hearts and doors are wide open!
It was truly an absolute natural progression for us to consider and pursue space at ISKCON. We are so excited to grow, share and embrace the temple as our new home!
Join us for another half decade rocking the Houston Yoga Scene! Join Dana Damara, Hawah, Moses Love, Robert Boustany, Ann Hyde and Catherine Allen, Audi Gozlan, Beth Reese, Jenny Buergermeister, Karena Virginia, and more!!!! Please check us out at www.texasyogaconference.com for more information & register today!
Also check out our 2015 schedule at texasyogaconference2015.sched.org
Namaste' Yoga Family!
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Texas Yoga Conference
Founded in 2009 by the founder of Breathe the Cure, Inc., a Texas 501(c)(3), Jenny Buergermeister, who organized the annual event with local studios in Houston and support from all over the state.
Our Mission: We inform adults and youth through educational materials, workshops, classes and trainings about the benefits of breathing techniques, meditation, and yoga to promote wellness. We believe yoga is a preventative and complementary treatment of diseases often caused by stress. Our intention is to promote not only the teachers of the practice but yoga as a way of life for all fostering peace and wholeness for the masses.