As with a Kriya or a difficult yoga posture we hold the space to find comfort in the discomfort of the experience. We can hold a similar space for conversations around our communities relationship with diversity and inclusion. This workshop will require us to relax into the discomfort as we learn a few concepts integrated with story telling and dialogue. Here’s your chance to ask questions of our presenter and each other. Presenter Bio: Vedya Amrita Kaur is a KRI Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, Aquarian Trainer Academy Member and a Board member of the Kundalini Research Institute. She has taught for 16 years in various venues: yoga centers, gyms, social activist seminars, and corporate retreats across New York City and Atlanta, Georgia. Vedya Amrita loves the opportunity provided by seemingly unlikely pairings, such as partnering with Buddhist monks, Baptist Reverends and more illustrating a wonderful blending of technologies. Vedya Amrita is the owner of Glowing House, Inc. a wellness experience specializing in Colon Hydrotherapy; Ayurvedic Counseling, and the healing benefits of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation. Vedya Amrita’s enthusiasm, empathy, and love allows for a thriving space of empowerment and transformation.
Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Yogini