Yoga N Da Hood Brings Lessons of Self-love and Self-care to Overlooked Communities

When Ebony Smith began practicing yoga, she couldn’t help but feel like an outsider.“There was something about it that I absolutely loved,” she said. “But I didn’t like going to practice, because nobody ever looked like me and I just always kind of felt awkward.”Smith, 35, picked up yoga about seven years ago up as a way to help prepare her body for the birth of her first child. Along with the physical benefits, the discipline allowed her to be focused. But very few black women or people of color attended the same classes.  Continue reading...

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