CE Workshop Series | Men Care Now: Layers of Compassion, Part 3

April 13, 2021

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In this thoughtful and dynamic four-part series, guests from Men Care Now and yoga activist Reggie Hubbard discuss the power of compassion, particularly for men. Event participants have the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the importance of compassion for both the individual and broader communities.

About the Presenters

Ashton Antoine (RYT 200) is a competitive cyclist and runner who believes everyone can achieve optimal health and wellness in a safe, effective and sustainable way. Ashton loves life and brings his optimistic approach to every training program and client relationship. Specializing in athletic performances, strength, and conditioning, with a focus on running and cycling, Ashton emphasizes the mind-body connection for active, healthy lifestyles. Yoga has allowed him to deepen the connection between mind and body and has enhanced self-love and compassion. When teaching, he encourages his students to create their own daily practice. Ashton is a certified functional strength (CFSC), precision nutrition (PN1), and pre/postnatal coach.

Talib Jasir is a storyteller, author, podcast producer, and advocate for the people and their collective power. Born a twin in Baltimore, MD, Talib spent his earliest years traversing the backwoods of Maryland’s Eastern Shore under the guardianship of his Great Grandmother. Reared by a village of irrepressible folk, he learned the paramountcy of kinship, love, and the dynamism of language. Talib is a creative entrepreneur with over 17 years of professional experience in marketing and advertising. Founder of the Afros & Audio Podcast Festival and the Vanguard Podcast Network, he is also a dual certified FWD Movement Coach with a focus on supporting creatives, podcast creators, and entrepreneurs. Talib received his BA in Public Policy/Urban Studies, Africana Studies, and Social Justice (Summa Cum Laude) from St. Peter’s University in Jersey City, NJ.

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