I specialize in teaching yoga to children. Children benefit enormously from yoga in the classroom through the practice of yoga poses, breathing techniques and meditation.
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Carline Bejin: Princeton, New Jersey, USA
My focus is to empower communities to embrace healing practices in the face of stress and trauma, one person at a time. I founded Beautiful Authentic Life to help women self-liberate through breath work, yoga, and intuitive connection.
Jada Wright Nichols: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
I am the owner of Blossom Health and Maternal Wellness and Yo Mama Collective, which together provide yoga and meditation for mothers, children, and families, both virtually and in-person.
LaToya M.: Detroit, Michigan, USA
As a teacher, I feel a responsibility to provide a safe, unique, fun experience to those I teach. As a forever student, I like the versatility.
D’Andre Quinerly: Providence, Rhode Island, USA
I came to yoga as a self-care practice and as a challenge to overcome the inflexible possibilities of my body and mind. I was willing to be the only Black man doing yoga in my rough neighborhood. In many ways, it allowed me to express the audacity befitting any Black man actively practicing a form of self-care, especially in public, on a deck overlooking a neighborhood where self-destruction is more common. I saw it as a way of reminding people of their own power.
Tianna Christine: Washington, DC, USA
Yoga as a teacher means that I get to share my knowledge and gift of yoga with others to improve the well being of their lives. Yoga is beneficial in many aspects of life. I enjoy seeing the progress of my students with flexibility and confidence in their bodies.
SJ Gillespie: Buffalo, New York, USA
Yoga means I can rest in the knowing that I have the power to manifest my visions in life, thrive over challenges, and accessibly empower others to do the same. I believe yoga is the basis of self-care, providing a galactic foundation for holistic health and wellness.
Nielah Burnett: Nashville, Tennessee, USA
InnerG Juice and Yoga empowers self-awareness for empowered living. I want to build a community that supports the progress of its members through all phases of life. While we cannot stop life from happening, I offer healthy coping habits, for the bounce back that many need daily to continue succeeding at our dreams.
Crystal Price: Washington, DC, USA
As both a teacher and a student, yoga means the same thing: To unite. To unite one’s mind with one’s body, and the ability to acknowledge the difference. My goal is to help people connect with themselves and find time to be still in a world that never stops.
Kimberly Archibald Russell: Cleveland, Ohio, USA
After 30 years of corporate work, I teach yoga full time, partnering with Black community nonprofit agencies to bring the practice to nontraditional yoga spaces: churches, libraries, recreation/community centers, nursing homes and senior centers. Everyone should have access to this practice to be holistically well, empowered, and able to pursue their life’s purpose.
Rhonda Wishart: Putnam, Connecticut, USA
My yoga journey started over 20 years ago when my friend took me to a class. I loved it! I knew that I needed help with healing and learning self love. Yoga allowed me to sit with my stuff and gave me tools to move though my stuff.
Nina Haley: Salmiya, Kuwait
re their potential and empower themselves from within, just like others have held space for me and created space for me to learn and grow spiritually. I am always a student, before I am ever a teacher.
Angela (Dharma) Fears: Gilbert, Arizona, USA
My relationship to my self, my family, and my friends has been informed by my practice. Yoga has been a tool to find my voice, to heal myself physically, and to increase my emotional awareness.
Yamika Stephens: Dayton, Ohio, USA
Your Lifestyle Fitness (YLS) & Exercise Coaching LLC focuses on creating healthy living by promoting healthy lifestyle behaviors and inspiring all to be fit. Incorporating both the mind and body to balance health and wellness is key for YLS Fitness & Exercise Coaching LLC.
Sharelle Hall: Miami, Florida, USA
Yoga is my connection to Source. It is my channel to my soul, my religion, and to my higher self. As an instructor, I consider myself the teacher AND the student, as my class teaches me every day and reminds me of my purpose.
Scheera Whitaker: Washington, DC, USA
To me yoga means unity, connecting and creating balance within the mind, spirit, and your physical being. I always consider myself as a student and practitioner because life is about growth. I continue to grow within life and as I teach each class.
Seshen Kwesi: Los Angeles, California, USA
I wanted to become a yoga teacher because I really appreciated the gift that yoga was in my life and wanted to share that gift with others.
Shakuwra Gay: Brooklyn, New York, USA
As a student, yoga represents freedom, and as a teacher, yoga represents the keys to freedom for others. Our biggest battles are internal. Yoga has allowed me to be the victor, and I long to offer that experience to my community.
Nakiya Smith: Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA
I want to foster an experience where you get to listen to yourself. Listen to your own body. Listen for your own self discovery to help figure out who you are and where you are going.
Monee Chavon: Albany, New York, USA
I believe yoga is a major key to living a healthy well-balanced life and my goal is to help spread knowledge and awareness of its healing wonders to underprivileged communities and people who don’t ever get the opportunity to be exposed to it.
Terrina Alexandria Johnson: New York City, New York, USA
I believe the beauty of yoga starts once you arrive on your mat. On the mat, we learn “body intelligence.” We learn to breathe; we learn to sit in silence; we learn to sit through discomfort.
Monique Rivera: Fresno, California, USA
I am a combat veteran with 19+ years of military service who surrendered to the trauma I experienced within my life. A complete breakdown gave way to the discovery of my true purpose – to heal physically, mentally, & spiritually so that I could share my passion & path to yoga with others.
Sienna Melissa: Oakland, California, USA
When you know that happiness and calm are states of mind, you are empowered to choose to smile in the rain and to flourish in the darkness. All I want to do is to help you know this too.
Howard Palmer: Denver, Colorado, USA
I am a Jamaican-born self-care and wellness advocate who uses mindful movement to inspire and instruct busy families to prioritize calm, intentional daily actions. Having survived two open-heart surgeries as a child, and experiencing the death of a close friend in my childhood physical rehab center, I began my journey to inner peace far beforeContinue reading “Howard Palmer: Denver, Colorado, USA”
Merrisa Arnold-Stern: Lancaster, California, USA
I love sharing my practice, knowledge and rituals with my students and clients, and I am very passionate about sharing the beautiful practice of Yoga and mindfulness. My mission is to help others explore their Yoga practice, at their personal levels, so that they may be well and thrive.
SonJoria Sydnor: St. Louis, Missouri, USA
In addition to being a Yoga instructor, I am a wife, mother, educator, and community activist. I am the co-founder of I AM: (a parenting resource and breastfeeding support organization) and wear many hats within my community.
Dr. Tequilla Hill: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
I teach a sweet, slow, and sometimes strong style of moving through poses with breath. I integrate gentle vinyasa and restorative Yoga postures in addition to pranayama and meditation in my Yoga consults.
Black Silt Yoga: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
As husband and wife, we are partners in life and love. We specialize in the teaching and practice of Kemetic Yoga as a life tool to promote internal self healing.
Eternity Philops: Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
I work to make Black and QTPOC communities aware that Yoga and Self-positive, holistic wellness is indeed open to them. I want people who look and live like me to see more Yoga and wellness teachers who look and live like them. And I want people to know that Yoga serves not just the body, but the heart, mind, and spirit as well.
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