Pillars of Caring: How Communities Respond to a Global Care Crisis

The moral imperative of holistic health practitioners to answer social ills can be seen as part of a larger proposed transition within economics–Eisler forecasts “the caring revolution” which incorporates partnership, as opposed to domination, and that will forge “a caring economics” (2007). The idea of caring is also present in the nonprofit sector, which is … More Pillars of Caring: How Communities Respond to a Global Care Crisis

Dissertation Project

“Health is wealth. Peace of mind is happiness. Yoga shows the way.” –Swami Vishnudevananda (www.sivananda.org) As a serious Yoga and meditation practitioner for twenty years, I entered into the PhD program in Performance Studies at UC Davis to research how Yoga, as a mind-body practice, inspires women to effect social change and build community. I … More Dissertation Project