Yoga Law Lectures are a series of fun, short and informative workshops where yoga Teachers + professionals learn about basic legal principles which affect their life and career in yoga. 

  Yoga Law Lectures are tailored to make sure that participants grasp the practical aspects of protecting and building their businesses in a relaxing and compassionate way.

 this is a one-of-a-kind offering whose purpose is rooted in supporting and building a stronger community.

Yoga Law Lectures have taken place at Festivals and Conferences around the world. They have been featured on podcasts and have always been well received for the value-added information other lawyers aren't providing to the yoga industry.

*Please note that while specifics of legal jurisdictions vary, the Lectures are based on general legal principles which should apply to all participants

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Sample of Yoga Law Lecture content

We are thrilled to have had the opportunity to share our message about Yoga and Law with amazing communities around the world

  • Wanderlust Whistler (Whistler, BC)
  • Toronto Yoga Conference (Toronto, Ontario)
  • Victoria Yoga Conference (Victoria, BC)
  • Africa Yoga Project (Nairobi, Kenya)
  • Muskoka Yoga Festival (Bracebridge, Ontario)
  • Vancouver Acro Festival (Vancouver, BC)
  • Bambu Hot Yoga (Nelson, BC)
  • Yoga Santosha (Calgary, Alberta)
  • One Yoga (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)

What Yoga Law Lecture participants have to say


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"Concious Counsel's 'Yoga Law Lectures' intelligently communicates the legalities that apply to Yoga Teachers, Studios Owners, Sub-Contractors and Employees in a valuable laid back language that is accessible for all. A hot topic for anyone perusing a career in Yoga."

 

Kaila Kauffman, Studio Owner at Bambu Hot Yoga


"Cory’s expertise on all things yoga is only matched by his sense of good humor and abundant energy for inspiring people. His workshops at Africa Yoga Project were education, energizing and empowering. We are so grateful to Cory for his time, energy and love of service."

 

Paige Elenson, Co-Founder and Executive Director at Africa Yoga Project

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