Sunday, June 2 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
"Stranger No More": The Intersectionality of Yoga, Accessibility and Race FILLING

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Close your eyes; take a deep inhale; on your exhale visualize an accessible yoga class. Open your eyes; what did you see? Maybe you saw a class of yoga students with disabilities. Maybe the class was filled with students of every body size, socioeconomic status, and or age? And if so, you are right!

In our vision, THE COLLECTIVE STL imagines a class that is accessible to Black people, one in which the students feel safe, comfortable and accepted. This workshop will consist of a short vinyasa flow followed by a community circle talk on the intersectionality of Yoga, Accessibility and Race. ...because we really need to talk about race as yogis...



THE COLLECTIVE STL is a vibrant group of Black yoga and wellness instructors, fully committed to improving the health and wellbeing of Black communities in St. Louis.

Sunday June 2, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Harris-Stowe - Room 215 William L. Clay Sr. Early Childhood Development Center at Harris Stowe University, 10 North Compton Ave.

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