Take yoga, add hip hop music, reflection and knowledge and you‘ve got your own yoga mixtape. Relieve stress while you stretch!
In this online yoga class, you will flow through postures that will open, stretch and restore you from the inside out. Each class combines breath, meditation and movement while linking the mind-body connection over hip hop beats.
This class will take place on Zoom. All you need is a yoga mat, a laptop or phone, and a quiet space in your home to practice. If you have blocks or a blanket at home, grab them too!
Please register to receive Zoom link to access all Hart House Fitness sessions. Be sure to add date and time for this Hip Hop Yoga session to your calendar.
For more of our Hart House Fitness Online programs please check out our schedule.
All levels welcome!
About Beckah Price
Wellness Advocate and Yoga Teacher
Rebeckah Price is a wellness advocate and yoga instructor (RYT 200), that draws on her wealth of knowledge of working in underserved, marginalized, Racialized, and immigrant communities in Canada, the United States and the Caribbean. In 2015, Rebeckah founded irise yoga + wellness- as a way to connect, promote, bring awareness to and foster the inclusion of people of colour and other historically marginalized groups in yoga and wellness spaces.
In 2019, she co-founded the Well Collective to continue to expand her work on addressing the lack of representation of BIPOC wellness practitioners in wellness spaces.
Rebeckah's work is rooted in an intersectional understanding of power and harnessing the tools and resources to facilitate community change. With over 20 years in the not-for-profit sector as a Community Development and Engagement Specialist, Rebeckah has worked on and developed strategies and policies related to diversity & inclusion, equity, conflict resolution, settlement and integration and creating safe, cohesive communities.
Rebeckah uses her lived experience as a Woman of Colour and her unique expertise in community development and engagement to bridge and address the gap of diversity in the wellness industry through consulting, training and workshops, etc. In 2020, Rebeckah became a Nike trainer, the first Black Woman in Canada to represent the brand under the trainer title. Through her work Nike, she continues to bring yoga and mindfulness to marginalized and underrepresented communities in wellness.Website