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More Than A Month 2022

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More Than A Month 2022
More Than A Month 2022

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Feb 11, 2022, 1:00 PM

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About the event

Andrea Stern, founder of Satori Yoga Studio discusses her small business journey and leads us in a short accessible yoga session with an emphasis on mindfulness, stress reduction and relaxation. Stern will be in conversation with Treina Alexander of Oakland based yoga studio YogaLove.

Satori Yoga Studio is one of the very few Black + woman / mama-owned yoga studios in San Francisco. Their mission over the last 15 years has not changed: they hold space for all practitioners regardless of age, race, gender, physical ability, financial means or orientation of any type. Their belief is the benefits that can be gained through the conscientious practice of yoga and other systems that provide balance, strength and confidence are life-changing.

Treina Alexander is a life entrepreneur and the founder and caretaker of YogaLove. Alexander has deep experience with the trade-offs, challenges and rewards of crafting a life filled with work she is passionate about and enjoys. She has over 850 hours of yoga training and earned the title Basu, in the Tjef Neteru Sema Paut lineage (Egyptian Yoga).

Satori Yoga is also proud to offer ongoing Anti-Racism events and a new book club for the community during these times of awakening and change. Whether you are in San Francisco, or anywhere in the globe they look forward to being in community together.

Black History Month is a fundamental part of our nation’s tradition, in which we recognize important historical events, honorable leaders and steps towards community well-being. Encompassing Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday weekend and all throughout February, the Library champions Black history, culture and heritage with programs spotlighting Black authors, artists, makers and movers. This celebration is titled More Than a Month in an effort to emphasize that reflection, open dialogue, interdisciplinary education and shared advocacy needs to take place in our communities during Black History Month, as well as all year round.

This year, in concert with Black History Month’s national theme of the importance of Black Health and Wellness, the Library offers free meditation, yoga and craft programs with local creators and businesses, as well as art programs in partnership with the Museum of the African Diaspora.

Join us to continue understanding, respecting and celebrating Black history and culture in San Francisco and beyond.

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