In this episode of Hometown Yoga, we’re joined by seasoned yogi Curt Mann. Curt, who has been practicing yoga since 2004. Curt opens up about what it's like to be the often lone man among a sea of women in a yoga studio and how he processes ideas like "self-care" and "self-love." Curt also talks about how he and his wife Christine survived a public controversy for building a 50-foot wind turbine next to their historic home in Grant Park in Atlanta and how the couple transformed "fake" news back to feel-good news.
In this episode, Atlanta yoga teacher Ndelea Simama shares the backstory behind her Yoga for Depression workshop (coming up again Saturday, February 29, 2020, Mystic Lotus Yoga 97 Estoria Street, Atlanta, GA www.mysticlotus yoga.com/workshops, 404-921-8375). Ndelea, who completed her 200-hour teacher training at Nirvana Yoga Studios in Grant Park, also talks about the vibrant growing African American yoga scene in Atlanta as well as the need for more black-owned and co-owned studios, teachers and practitioners, and how yoga can help to heal racial trauma.
Hometown Yoga podcast features real people in the yoga community sharing conversations of insight and hope. In this episode, Atlanta Yoga Teacher Stephanie Germann talks about the impact of yoga safety on her journey as a teacher and a student.