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I Want More:

Exploring Yoga, Pleasure & Desire

How does your current relationship to power affect your experience of pleasure? When do you feel like you “have permission” to feel good? What do you find yourself wanting more of? Do you actually feel like you know what you want?

Most of us, and particularly those of us who experience oppression, have experienced the demonization of our desires. It’s hard to avoid internalizing these messages, but doing so often limits our sense of choice. How can we free up more options, including those options we’d ultimately find most pleasurable? What tools does yoga have to offer us in our quest for agency? This workshop provides a forum to explore desire in a community setting, incorporating group discussion and ample opportunities to connect to your body and desires through adaptive movement practices that are suitable for all bodies and abilities. Open to all. Registered yoga teachers are eligible for YA credit.

July 18, 2020  |  1-4 p.m. EST
Online (via Core to Coeur)


Core to Coeur is an online class platform that integrates with Zoom to deliver quality online movement education and practices. They use a credit system to charge for classes and workshops. To register for this workshop, purchase 10 credits (equivalent to $50), then return to my studio page (linked above) to sign up. You may need to scroll down on the schedule to find the workshop on July 18.

If you would like to request sliding scale pricing for this workshop, please contact me to make arrangements. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.


SOULFest is an annual yoga festival, originating in Harlem, NYC, that’s redefining and expanding the concept of the yoga festival experience and what a ‘yogi’ looks like. This event is free, easily accessible by public transportation, and represents the diversity of our city. SOULFest reflects our hope for what the future of the yoga community can be. The inaugural DC festival, the first extension of the NYC event, will be held in 2021.

TBD – Postponed Until September 2021
District Wharf (Washington, DC)


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