Online | Iroko yoga
Workshop Series with Lee Modupeh Anansi Freeman (English / German / possibly French)
Thursday, 22nd & 29th April and 6th May, 7pm - 8:30 pm (19:00 - 20:30)
Fee: 8 € / 5 € (reduced for students, apprentices, unwaged) / per session
Registration: (link will be sent on the day of the event)
It is possible to attend all or individual sessions, so please specify when registering
+++ For BIPOC (Black, Indigenous & People of Color) +++
Iroko Yoga classes center BIPOC and Queer / Trans experiences, narratives and bodies. Founded by Lee Modupeh Anansi Freeman (they / them / sie), a Blaqueer, trans yoga teacher, their aim is to empower practitioners to fully exercise their agency on and off the mat. Their goal is to bring a loving, embodied healing practice to marginalized communities that are overlooked and under-served by the white supremacist, colonial, cishetero patriarchy that is ever-present in the ( yoga ) world today. Their teaching style combines elements from the Hatha Vinyasa Vedic system as well as traditional African (Kemetic) postures, movements and philosophies. Their style is also suitable and adaptable for students of all levels and for various body types. Iroko yoga serves as a means to connect people to their own bodies, to their own minds and ultimately to their own source of inner power.
This event will take place in English, German and possibly French spoken language.
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