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FREE Virtual Yoga with IAAS Graduate Student, Sha'Mira Covington

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Zoom (see registration details below)

The Willson Center for Humanities & Arts invites you to a virtual yoga practice led by IAAS Graduate Certificate Student, Sha'Mira Covington. No experience necessary to participate! 

Register for the Zoom meeting here.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Sha’Mira Covington is a PhD candidate in the Department of Textiles, Merchandising, and Interiors and the Institute for African American Studies. Her research focuses on the relationship of embodiment and liberation for Black women. Because yoga has been so beneficial to her well-being, Sha’Mira is compelled to share it with others. She is a registered yoga teacher and holds certifications in rocket yoga, prenatal yoga, and kids yoga. She has formerly taught at Five Points Yoga in Athens and currently guides yoga through her project, Ori Dharma Yoga which is a community-based collective interested in bringing yoga to groups that western yoga has excluded.

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