1. What are three main reasons you became a yoga teacher?
I love the practice and want to share it with people who looked like me. Representation is important. I want to disrupt the narrative around who teaches and does yoga.
2. What was missing from your teacher training that you feel is important?
I had a pretty well-rounded YTT. I would have liked to see more of a focus on diversity and accessibility.
3. What motivated you to become part of this teacher training?
Adrian. I love what he is doing in the world.
4. What is the biggest blind spot in teaching yoga these days and how can the Warrior Flow Foundation address that?
White supremacy in yoga teaching. How can we decolonize yoga?
5. During this time of upheaval and change, how can the Warrior Flow teacher training contribute to the transformation of yoga teaching and practice?
By featuring diverse and inclusive teachers as well as addressing the importance of equity in yoga spaces.
The Warrior Flow Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that ignites social change by bringing trauma-informed yoga, mindfulness, sound therapy, and stress-reduction programs to places where they are most needed, including hospitals, homeless shelters, schools, police stations, hospice settings, and more. The Warrior Flow 200-hour Online Yoga Teacher Training embodies a conscious approach to yoga, encompassing social justice, accessibility, trauma and mental health, and community outreach. Click here to learn more.