Yoga for Women of Color

Third Sundays, 2:00-3:15pm

***Please note April’s class has been rescheduled for Sunday, April 23rd from 2:00-3:15pm. Shankari Bowmaster will be subbing for Eboni Bugg this month. Thank you!***

 

A monthly offering where women of color can gather and practice yoga in a safe and nurturing setting.  Each class will include postures accessible to all levels as well as time for exploring ways to use breath and meditation for wellbeing. Women are invited to stay after class to connect with other participants, share yoga resources and build community. Each class is offered on a donation basis, but no one will be turned away for inability to pay. No pre-registration is necessary; this is a drop-in friendly class.

This class is offered by The Women’s Initiative and Common Ground Healing Arts, and taught by Eboni Bugg, a Therapist and Community Programs Director at The Women’s Initiative. Class will take place at Common Ground Healing Arts (directions).

eboni-buggAbout Eboni Bugg:
Self-reflection through movement is what drew Eboni to yoga more than sixteen years ago, and it has become an integral part of her lifestyle since then.  She completed her Hatha Yoga Teacher training at Opal Yoga in Charlottesville, Virginia and has additional certifications in Prenatal Yoga and Lifeforce Yoga for Depression & Anxiety. Eboni’s mission is to make yoga fully accessible to all regardless of background or ability.  She is passionate about the physical and emotional benefits of mindful movement and creates opportunities for students to use their bodies to heal, grow, and transform.   Eboni also works in her local community and abroad to use yoga as a form of activism to bring about healing and social justice.  She received her undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Virginia and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University.  Eboni currently works as a Therapist and Community Programs Director at The Women’s Initiative, a local non-profit mental health agency.

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