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Yoga, Race, and Wellbeing:
Our Responsibility Now

A free, online workshop with Kelley Palmer


Join Accessible Yoga Training School for a live conversation with writer, coach, and yoga teacher Kelley Palmer about the responsibility we each hold in this moment to undo systems of oppression

During this free, online offering Kelley will give some perspectives on our individual responsibilities, how to navigate the discomfort that this work can create and her visions for re-imagining our yoga communities.

Kelley centers her work around creating equitable and affirming healing spaces for Black and Indigenous people of color and believes that work starts with us individually.

  • Date: Wednesday, February 17, 2021
  • Time: 5pm-6:30pm Eastern (New York) / 2pm-3:30pm Pacific (Los Angeles)
  • Location: Live online via Zoom
  • Cost: Free

About Kelley

Kelley Palmer is a writer, wellness advocate and community organizer committed to using the tools and philosophies of yoga to cultivate liberation, joy and peace for herself and others. Her connection to the living practice of yoga, a path of mindful wellness and self realization fuels her work, impacts her life and propels her to want to share it with others through her writing, events and guest teaching opportunities. She remains focused on making this healing practice accessible to all, connecting to communities that are normally excluded or ignored in mainstream wellness circles.

Being a mother of two liberated souls has created a point of focus that brings these tools to the way she is mothering them and also calling her to share this with all parents. Through in person and online offerings, Kelley centers her work on making these connections with authentic and sustainable tool building. Her writing, offerings and more about her can be found at kelleynicolepalmer.com.

Kelley Palmer

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