When: Thursday, July 14th 7 – 8:30pm
Where: Jefferson School African-American Heritage Center
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This vigil is an opportunity for us to engage in a peaceful practice and be with each other during this time of challenge and change. Join Eboni Bugg for a class that is both grounding and aims to harness our collective power for healing, growth and change.
Participants are encouraged to arrive between 6:30-6:45pm. Space will limit how many participants are able to join the class. The earlier you arrive, the more likely you are to ensure your space. Please bring your own yoga mat. We will have some yoga mats on hand, but not enough for everyone. There will be only one entrance to the event: the doors on the inside of the building near the 2nd floor hallways restrooms. The Commerce Street entrance will be closed.
The yoga class will be one hour (7:00-8:00pm) and there will be time afterwards to view the current photography exhibit at African American Heritage Center, Sheila Pree Bright’s 1960Now (http://www.look3.org/sheila-pree-bright/).
All levels are welcome. This yoga vigil is offered by donation, and all donations will go to support the work of Black Lives Matter.
About Eboni Bugg:
Eboni Bugg is a Therapist & Community Programs Director at The Women’s Initiative, a partner agency at the Jefferson School City Center. She completed her Hatha Yogatraining at Opal this spring and has additional certifications in Prenatal Yoga and Lifeforce Yoga for Depression & Anxiety. She is passionate about the physical and emotional benefits of mindful movement, breathing and meditation. In her practice, she helps people who are healing from trauma utilize these strategies to heal, grow and transform.