December 14, 2021, 12pm ET
Join Monique Schubert (E-RYT 200, RYT 500, YACEP) for an asana-based practice in the Kripalu lineage: a practice emphasizing meditation, breathwork, and spiritual transformation.
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Monique Schubert, MFA, sees life as an extended project to make the world a more beautiful and kinder place. She uses the tools of art, yoga, and music to educate, inspire, and connect. A Kripalu certified yoga teacher, she works with Kripalu as a RISE facilitator and teacher trainer. For almost 20 years, Monique has taught yoga and mindfulness in the New York City area. She weaves her background in visual arts into her mindfulness teaching and has brought yoga to diverse cultural spaces including Socrates Sculpture Park, Studio Museum in Harlem, Museum of Contemporary African Diasporic Art, Rush Arts Philanthropic, and the Fashion Institute of Technology. Through collaborations with non-profits, museums and schools, Monique creates engaging public programs for young people and adults.
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