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What can our bodies teach us about the endurance, strength, groundedness, compassion and creativity required to practice justice? How can yoga be a practice of liberation?
All bodies are welcome — crying babies, youth, chosen families, mothers, fathers, elders, BIPOC folks and LGBTQ+ folks. Come late, leave early, or ignore all directions and do your own thing. Haus of Glitter classes are an invitation for you to love your body. Bring water and a yoga mat (and/or towel or blanket) to practice at the Temple to Music.
ASSITAN ‘SITA’ COULIBALY (she) is a Malian-American dancer, choreographer, and writer based in Providence, Rhode Island. Assitan began training in West African dance with New Works/World Traditions at Brown University with whom she has performed and travelled worldwide.
MATTHEW ROLANDO GARZA (he + they) is a Queer Tejanx/Latinx performance artist, Contemporary Afro-Latin choreographer, healer & educator. Garza’s work explores the relationship between the individual human body and the collective body.