CE Workshop | Yoga and Resilience: Navigating Adversity, Part 4

October 27, 2020

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About This Event

This digital event showcases yoga professionals who have shown great resilience in a time of strife, using yoga and yoga philosophy as a source of support and grounding. It also highlights how yoga has helped carve pathways of innovation, service, discovery, and community throughout the COVID-19 crisis.

About the Presenters

Dominique Sade is a Health and Wellness Facilitator and Coach. She is also seen by many as a spiritual guide and mystic. Her goal is to help individuals reconnect with their Higher Self, see themselves as whole (even in the midst of healing), and to help them trust and develop their own intuition. She encourages individuals (especially women) to take care of their overall well-being, not as a trend, but rather as a living protest. She believes that being mindful of our well-being is a radical act of self-love and it helps our ability to rise above oppression by becoming aware of our inner and universal truths.

Paul is a soul whose intent is co-creating a world of freedom and expression by being powerfully authentic. Paul has 20 years of corporate experience in human resources, public speaking, learning and development, and coaching. While he worked in a corporate setting, he fueled his passion for health and wellness by teaching yoga and fitness classes and delivering health and wellness workshops in various communities.

Paul is a Personal Trainer certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (N.A.S.M.) and a 500 Certified Yoga teacher. He leverages his experience in both areas to guide others to find their strength and resiliency in their body and their mind.

He works with organizations like The Mankind Project and All Kings. He is also the Creator and Host of the Men Talk About podcast, and the Heal.Thy.Black.Man.Method, as well as the founder of Juice Dreams.

Connect with Paul on either of his IG accounts (@newellnessguide / @juicedreamsnj), or join him in NeWellness Neighborhood on Facebook.

Christopher Njuguna Marandu is from Nairobi,Kenya. He graduated from the Africa yoga project academy and has completed Baptiste Power Yoga level 1&2, art of assists, advanced art of assists and Y.O.D levels 1&2. Christopher has been practicing yoga since 2012 and teaching since 2016. As a teacher he hopes to help and guide clients/students to achieve their goals in fitness or overall well-being for a healthy lifestyle. When he is not teaching he is spending time with his baby girl or making Maasai beads bracelets.

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