Yoga Alliance For Black communities across the United States, yoga has and continues to play a unique role beyond the conventional studio setting. Join us for a unique panel discussion expanding on the recent Yoga Journal article by Tamika Caston-Miller, “Where Are the Black Yoga Studio Owners?", while examining the intersections of yoga, identity, community, and collective care. Moderated by Sharon Cyrus, Director of Strategic Projects at Yoga Alliance. This event is open to the public. To access detailed findings, methodology, and insights from the Yoga in the World Research Study, visit yogaalliance.org/yoga_in_the_world.
Stephon JB “The point of yoga is to get us free; we cannot get free, healed or whole disembodied or by ourselves.” Join us for an inspiring yoga practice to celebrate Black History Month! Designed and led by Stephon JB, this practice carves out space for practitioners to explore layers where we are most embodied. This practice begins with contemplation and reflection, offering space to think things over, before moving into a steady, upbeat vinyasa flow. Deeply rooted in loving-kindness practice and orientation toward doing justice, Freedom Flow empowers us to believe a new world is possible. This class is open to everyone, so be sure to share with friends, family, and colleagues!