ABOUT ~ INSTITUTE FOR COMMUNICATIONS RESOURCES

About Institute for Communications Resources

YOUR SOURCE FOR THE EMERGING CULTURE!

Institute for Communications Resources is an Oregon-based business development company offering the best-of-breed solution for a sophisticated, yet simple and elegant, social-media based website and resource center 3.0 development over the Internet.

Our engineered content management, information and news system for executing a powerful resource center network is available now to qualified individuals seeking a business opportunity, start-up companies or entrepreneurs with a green and sustainable product or service, and/or full–enterprise companies that would prefer their own branded resource center solution.

Programming and customization that could have cost $250,000 just a few years ago is now available for a low set-up fee with modest monthly licensing fees instead.

Initially we've focused our resource center development locally in Ashland, Oregon and regionally throughout the Pacific Northwest. Then we'll expand nationally and globally in every geographical market. With our extensive business backgrounds we're capable of providing expert project management along with a "Leadership Training Program" for establishing a resource center in your community.


MISSION STATEMENT & PURPOSE:

  • Building local, regional and global resource centers to facilitate the emerging consciousness of green, sustainability and freedom.
  • To create a free enterprise, sustainable infrastructure for international project and business development in the primary areas of organic food, fresh water, clean air, shelter, renewable energy, environment, appropriate technology, communications, education, health and wellness.
  • To create global resource centers to network opportunities, people, organizations, communities, projects, businesses and media
  • To publish the Waking Giant News service to produce and distribute journalist quality content.
  • To facilitate the emergence of a global network identity in alignment with empowered leadership internationally.

Goals:

  • To organize regional resource centers in 144 countries and bioregions to facilitate project and business development.
  • To launch the Waking Giant News service with 5,000,000 subscribers/viewers per day.
  • To recruit and train 10,000 leaders and companies through our Leadership Training Programs.
  • To create an enlightened planetary civilization.

Yoga News

La Loma Linda - Zipolite - Oaxaca Mexico

Our learning and vacation paradise offers the body, mind and soul a wonderful place to rest, refresh, relax, explore and learn. La Loma Linda consists of 10 beautiful cabanas or rooms of varying size overlooking the Pacific Ocean and a retreat center with teaching space, kitchen and lounge area, located over a large area on a hill tucked away in the middle of the charming beach village of  Zipolite beach. La Loma Linda is the perfect place for workshops, intensives, family reunions and all kinds of celebrations.

Meditation Retreats and Yoga Classes. Workshops and Teacher Training | Hridaya

At Hridaya Yoga, we invite you to live with an Open Heart and discover your life’s potential. Through meditation sessions, Hatha Yoga classes, silent meditation retreats, and daily life awareness practices, we share a path for the revelation of the Self and a way to live a life of joy, compassion, and gratitude. This is the path of the Spiritual Heart.

Kripalu to lay off 450, shut down until 2021 | The Berkshire Eagle

The Berkshire economy absorbed another shock Thursday when one of South County's largest employers announced that it will lay off 90 percent of its almost 500 employees next month. Due to the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health is planning to lay off 450 of the retreat center's 489 total employees June 17, CEO Barbara Vacarr said Thursday. Kripalu's employees were notified Wednesday of the staff reductions.The remaining 39 employees will receive salary cuts based on the amount of their yearly compensation, with the highest-paid staffers receiving the biggest pay reductions, Vacarr said. The remaining members of Kripalu's peer leadership team are receiving 40 percent pay cuts. "We tried to do this equitably, based on salary," she said. All of the laid-off employees will be eligible to apply for unemployment compensation, Vacarr said. Kripalu hopes to bring back as many employees as possible when it reopens in 2021, she said.

© 2021   Created by Yoga Source Center.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service