Namaste: How to End Your Yoga Class Confidently and Embrace Yoga’s Roots without Feeling like a Giant Cheese Ball, Inappropriate or Insecure  


If you’ve ever been curious about how to deepen your teaching and practice yoga more appropriately, this Masterclass is for you!


  • How to connect yoga and social change.
  • 3 of the BIGGEST mistakes to avoid with ending (or beginning!) your yoga class and what you can CONFIDENTLY do instead.
  • Why, how and when to say "Namaste" (hint: it's not always appropriate) 
  • My 3 step framework for how to deepen your practice, end your yoga class confidently and embrace yoga’s roots.

"As a Black woman, Yoga Teacher and educator, I find Susanna Barkataki’s work essential to understanding how we share yoga with the world." - Diane Bondy, Founder of Yoga for All  

"Susanna Barkataki's work is vital medicine for yoga today; her sincerity and intentionality invite us to choose connection over separation, honor the roots of the practice and bring it to life. Study, absorb and share this with your community--watch the lines of communication open and expand." - Elena Brower, Bestselling author of "Practice You and Art of Attention"  

About Your Presenter

Susanna Barkataki, M.Ed., E-RYT 500, Ayurvedic Practitioner and Yoga Therapist, is an Indian yoga culture advocate, trainer, writer and teacher. She is the Founder of Ignite Institute for Social Change and Yogic Studies. She is the creator of the Honor {Don’t Appropriate} Yoga Summit and framework and creator of dedicated to bringing authentic yoga tools where they are needed most. She has been a Yoga Culture and Equity consultant to Yoga Alliance, Yoga Journal, Yoga Girl and many studios, yoga businesses and teachers. She is the author of the International Bestselling Book "Embrace Yoga’s Roots: Courageous Ways to Deepen Your Yoga Practice."

Susanna Barkataki M.Ed., E-RYT 500, Ayurvedic Practitioner and Yoga Therapist

I’m so glad you are here and thrilled to embrace yoga’s roots together!  

You’ll learn key skills to embody yoga in a way that’s authentic, as well as unique to you and your voice, rather than offending without intention.  

Get ready for more equity, unity and confidence in your practice.  

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