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Like me, they matter and are seen too. What is beautiful to witness in the free yoga sessions, is the diversity within a community. People coming together with the commonality of wellness, despite their physical, political or gender differences gives me optimism of a better tomorrow. Because yoga is for everyone. I am inspired by the Black women in my yoga community like Faith Hunter, Trap Yoga Bae and Yoga Mahogany who show up in their practice with authenticity and provide a safe space for people of color to experience yoga. By no means is the Black experience monolithic; it is layered as we have diverse cultural backgrounds. But this is my journey, this is me and it is affirming to be seen.