In February 2021, I shared my experience on what it’s like to be a Black woman in the yoga community.
“Experiencing a 26 and 2 class taught by a Black woman felt like being a part of history, every time. What made the practice so unique was seeing someone who looked like me, lead a class other than vinyasa or yin. She was rare. She was precise and technical. And historically, it was challenging to find someone of color, at a studio, lead such a practice. But at Yoga Tree Baltimore, it was different.”
Read the full story on Yoga Tree Baltimore’s blog.

To read my blog on practicing yoga while Black, click here

Day 8 of “21 Days of Greatness” Live IG with Zena C. Check out the 30 minutes interview where she and I talk about being Black in the yoga community and the importance of connecting to your breath to achieve greatness. Click here to watch the video.