Yogmata Keiko Aikawa shares how women can lead the way to a more enlightened era Known as the first non-Indian woman to have attained Samadhi, Yogmata Keiko Aikawa has a great perspective on the world and where we’re headed. She has shared her wisdom all over the globe, including a […]
There’s no yoga class without the instructor, and yet most of them are struggling, burning themselves out just to eat and pay the rent. Alex Klein has an answer: get on the YogaTrail.
“We have a masterplan to disrupt the word of yoga by empowering the teachers,” says Alex, Founder of the YogaTrail App, which is currently the subject of a SeedInvest campaign— an opportunity for investors to not only fund its growth but actually own a share in the company.
Bringing Trauma-Informed Yoga to Harlem and beyond
Tara Tonini, a survivor of intimate abuse, now dedicates her time to helping others find their way back from PTSD. She holds space for survivors of sexual and domestic abuse and harassment at a special class at Harlem Yoga Studio, every Sunday.
I teach yoga at Cook County Jail in Chicago. What’s it like? These are the most common questions I’ve been asked by actual people I meet.
The Yoga Studio of inclusivity and empowerment needs your help to extend its branches.
Williamsburg’s ShaktiBarre is holding an online fundraiser to open a second space in Harlem, continuing their mission to bring holistic development to all, removing the prefix from underserved.