While navigating mental health and chronic body pain, what it means to be biracial and with invisible limitations, I found yoga. I can recall the exact moment where I took my first honest breath of my life and haven't looked back. From breath work to moving the body with asanas, from meditation to practicing rest, I'm committed to normalizing the very tools that have set me free for every body.
I offer inclusive yoga classes, sound baths and meditations virtually and in the LA area. I'm passionate about sharing with other wellness practitioners how to serve marginalized folx. I strongly believe inner peace is a birthright and belongs to all bodies.
If you're looking for a healthy outlet for healing, a gentle approach to moving the body, a guiding hand to deepen the breath, you're in the right place. I'm ready to share these tools with you, your family, friends or workspace.
There are underlying barriers for marginalized folx to enter white spaces. Since majority of yoga studios in the US are white owned, the responsibility falls to that community. The barriers between yogis and yoga spaces can be eased with educated yoga studios and teachers.
Marginalized folx have more chronic illness than their counterparts caused by stress and fear trapped in the body. Yoga is an effective practice to help ease tension out of the body but currently yoga studios are welcoming to this group- further perpetuating this issue.
Yoga is an incredibly powerful tool to connect to Self. Accessible space to explore this is crucial along the enlightenment journey. Take the Inclusivity and the Hypersensitivity Workshops coming soon to ensure you're protecting sacred healing space for your students.