December 22, 2020
This powerful series taking place Tuesdays in December 2020 brings awareness to yoga communities of color. This week’s discussion will focus on ableism and accessible yoga for BIPOC.
Shivani Mehta Bhatia :
Shivani holds a Master’s in public health from the Heilbrunn Department of Population & Family Health at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University. Her academic focus was on the intersectionality of reproductive and sexual health: how can we promote safe, consensual, joyful, and empowering reproductive experiences for all people across all spectrums of life? Shivani’s background is in neuroscience and music, researching auditory neuroscience and music cognition at Dartmouth College and at the Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory at Northwestern University.
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