In this virtual class series for BIPOC (Black Indigenous People of Color) only, we will ground down with Yin and meditation, and move with the breaths in slow flow yoga. We will draw up love, wisdom and strength from our ancestors. By the end of this series we will be recharged to continue on as the living ancestors, as we educate our youth and fight for social justice.
Note: Please have a journal or notebook. You are welcome to use props you have available (blankets, pillows, blocks or books, a chair, strap or long scarf.
This course will be offered on Mondays from 5:30pm-6:30pm, January 11th through February 8th, 2021. There will be no class on MLK day. This is a live virtual class held via Zoom. The meeting link will be sent in your registration confirmation email.
This 4-week series is being offered Pay-What-You-Can $20-$80 per person. The value of this series is $80. Sign-up from here.
You can pay online for the series in increments of $10 between $25-$100. You are also welcome to pay over the phone at 434-218-7677.
Please note: No substitutions. Cancellations for this series must be made at least 24 hours in advance of the first class, refunds will not be issued after this point. Refunds are not available for missed classes.
About the instructor: Ayanna Hall is a yoga and meditation teacher, healer, ruckus maker, and Therapeutic Youth Counselor. Ayanna’s journey with yoga has taught her how to love herself and her body. It has taught her how to unapologetically take up as much space as she chooses, and show all the way up. She teaches slow flow and Yin yoga, and received her Body Positive Yoga teacher certification in 2020, completing this journey in the middle of a pandemic. Her yoga and meditation practice continues to be inspired by the work of Amber Karnes, Michelle Cassandra Johnson, Dianne Bondy, Kelley Palmer, Ruth King, and a host of others.
In Ayanna’s class, you can expect to feel honored and welcomed just as you are. You will feel empowered, victorious, centered, and grounded. Ayanna is passionate about life, mental and emotional wellbeing, caring and holding space for others, and sharing the powerful benefits of this practice both with people of color, and those in larger bodies. Ayanna lives in Central Virginia with her son, Blake Kristopher, and daughter, Bailey Starr close by. Practicing and teaching the messages of self-care, social justice, and human rights on and off the yoga mat, you can find her on Facebook at Yanz Hall or Meditation and Yoga for People of Color.