Yoga is a powerful ancient practice of weaving mind, body, and spiritual wisdom, philosophy, and movement to cultivate self-awareness, mindfulness, and healing.
The "issues are in the tissues."
I found yoga helped bring awareness to unresolved trauma stuck in the body, which I could compassionately allow, acknowledge and release. I am a Yoga Alliance 200 HR RYT certified instructor through Native Strength Revolution and also hold a Yoga Alliance 25 HR Trauma-conscious Yoga Method certification that integrates trauma-informed yoga therapy and somatic psychotherapy practices.
I created the Indigenous Yoga Series–mind, body, and spirit healing through the natural elements of water, fire, earth, and air. These elements are important energy forces and as a part of the indigenous Medicine Wheel, used as a guide and teaching tool for awareness and personal growth.
When you join an Indigenous Yoga Series, you directly support Native youth. A portion of class registration cost supports AIBL's Indigenous Youth Yoga Scholarship–a program designed to bring more BIPOC instructors to our communities. Each scholarship funds a student to participate in Native Strength Revolution's Yoga Certification program.
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Location: Native Strength Revolution App
Weekly: Tuesdays at 5:30 pm
Joining a class is free; however, a donation of $5, $10, or $20 support the Indigenous Youth Yoga Scholarship.
Location: Orchard Roots Yoga & Fitness
Monthly: Second Saturdays at 9 am
Joining a class is $22. 70% of class registration costs support the Indigenous Youth Yoga Scholarship. The other 30% supports Orchard Roots Yoga, a BIPOC women-owned studio. Two free open slots will be held for local tribal community members for each class.
*I do not make a profit from teaching yoga. All class registration costs are funneled to AIBL's Indigenous Youth Yoga Scholarship.