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Restorative Justice and the Dharma – Bhavani Kludt and Ivan Corado

Jun 6, 2010

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Bhavani Kludt began active spiritual practice in the yoga tradition in 1990 and became a yoga teacher in 1996. She started to include Vipassana practice in 1998 and began teaching yoga/meditation in the SF County jails in 1999. Her “home” sangha is SF Insight, where she serves on the Steering Committee, and her primary teacher is Eugene Cash. Ivan M. Corado is a facilitator in the Resolve to Stop the Violence Project (RSVP) in the San Francisco County Jail. RSVP is designed to support men to stop their violence to themselves and others. Ivan was introduced to yoga as a participant in the RSVP program in 2008 and has continued his own personal practice since then. He keeps a regular yoga practice as part of his work in the Restorative Justice Field and his own personal recovery from alcohol addiction.

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