Virtual Queer Yoga
In honor of Pride Month, join the Pride Center and our guest instructor, Amberly Kelley-Dotson, for a virtual queer yoga class open to all. How can yoga be queer, you ask? Queer yoga is specifically designed for members of the LGBTQIA+ community to practice in an affirming environment. Class is appropriate for everyone, from beginners to seasoned practitioners. We will focus on using our breath to connect with ourselves and will explore different movements, breath work, and meditation throughout our practice.
Classes are limited to 30 participants with pre-registration required. See below to sign up!
Instructor bio: Amberly, of Amberly Yoga & Wellness, has been teaching yoga since 2016 and has continued her study and education by attending multiple therapeutic and trauma-informed trainings. She is currently pursuing her 500-hour training through the American Viniyoga Institute, with hopes of becoming a certified yoga therapist. Her approach to yoga is breath-centric and values function over form, encouraging her students to honor their individual needs. Her teaching is heavily influenced by Viniyoga, the teachings of Gary Kraftsow, T.K.V Desikachar, and the Yoga Sutras. Amberly identifies as a queer woman and is passionate about inclusivity and accessibility. She is always learning and growing. She loves to spend her free time in her kitchen experimenting with new dishes, curled up with her sweet kitties reading a book, and enjoying nature with her wife.
Register ahead of time here, and you will receive an email with your special log-in information: https://tennessee.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJItfuGqrD4rHNDeLrLyrFLnlJp1dbgUB2g8
Tuesday, June 15 at 12:00pm to 1:00pmVirtual Event