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Friday, April 6 • 14:15 - 15:45
Yoga in da hood

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How to teach yoga to different populations and communities. The art of creating a safe space, so that your client maybe comfortable in the uncomfortable. What type of language to use. How to my culturally sensitive in very diverse settings. Essentially how to teach yoga in the hood.

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Ebony Smith

USA, Yoga N Da Hood
Ebony Smith, a.k.a ‘The Ghetto Guru’ is a certified Yoga Instructor, Wellness Coach and founder of Nonprofit outreach organization ‘Yoga N Da Hood’. Originally from Dallas, Texas Ebony overcame a rocky and turbulent childhood and young adult life until she found yoga in her late twenties during her pregnancy. Wanting to have a natural birth, Ebony started yoga and it was her “saving grace” and wake up call to began a healing process her heart had been longing for. Discovering who she is and her potential to help those around her in the underprivileged ‘hood’ communities, she founded her non-profit ‘Yoga N Da Hood’ where she offers free yoga and meditation classes.Ebony teaches people in underserved communities the art of self healing and self love through the practice of yoga and mindfulness. With a mission to equip individuals with the tools to empower their own life and to further spread a wider message of healing, self love and wholeness to a larger community.For more information about Ebony, see... Read More →

Friday April 6, 2018 14:15 - 15:45

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