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Author Event: Tatiana Forero Puerta, "Yoga for the Wounded Heart"
Join Stanford University alumna (Religious Studies and Philosophy '05) and author Tatiana Forero Puerta for a reading, discussion, and signing of her book Yoga for the Wounded Heart: A Journey, Philosophy, and Practice of Healing Emotional Pain (Lantern Books, 2018).
Tatiana Forero Puerta is the author of Yoga for the Wounded Heart: A Journey, Philosophy, and Practice of Healing Emotional Pain (Lantern Books, 2018) and Cleaning the Ghost Room (Able Muse Press, Forthcoming 2019). Originally from Bogotá, Colombia, Tatiana is a graduate of Stanford and New York universities. She has taught philosophy and yoga for a decade, including her post as an adjunct faculty member at New York University and the City University of New York. A columnist for New York Spirit, Park Slope Reader, and Elephant Journal, Tatiana is a recipient of the 2017 Pushcart Prize for poetry and a finalist for Blueshift Journal’s prize for writers of color. Her work has appeared in Able Muse, Moon River Review, Juked, JOY: Journal of Yoga, and elsewhere.
Tatiana is also core faculty at Peaceful Generation Now, a New York-based mindfulness program focused on bringing mindfulness practices to educators and school administrators in the New York Tri-state area, with the hope of cultivating peaceful classrooms. She lives and teaches in NY.
You can read more about her work at: www.yogaforthewoundedheart.com