This class includes a gentle asana practice as well as restorative poses. No previous experience necessary. Please wear comfortable clothing. Especially for women who have/had cancer. Women supporters may attend as space allows. Everyone welcome. Registration required.
Misia Denéa is a 500-hour certified Yoga instructor with a B.F.A in Dance from Temple University’s Esther Boyer College of Music and Dance. Her writing has been published in 2015’s “The Color of Hope: People of Color Mental Health Narratives, ” A New Spelling of our Names: An Exploration of the Psycho-Spiritual Experience of African-American Buddhist Lesbians” by Pamela Ayo Yetunde.
(www.hathaholistic.com). Everyone welcome. Registration required.
Support group for African American Women with Cancer (Sister to Sister)
A light lunch will be served at 11:00 AM.
We will explore the right to reasonable accommodations in our housing for those people who have/had Cancer. We will learn how these accommodations apply to service animals, wheelchair access, medical cannabis and other related housing accommodations.
Please bring your own personal questions and concerns to the discussion so that these concerns can be addressed during the presentation.
Michele Magar is a disability rights attorney she founded The Tanya Project, www.tanyaproject.org, a non-profit free legal assistance program.
Everyone welcome. Registration required.