Kelley Carboni-Woods decided to become a yoga teacher to make sure more people of color were introduced to the living practice of yoga.
BYTA presents a documentary short that traces the historical roots of yoga practice in black communities in the U.S. Read more…
BYTA Launches First National Initiative
Violence has been a staple in the history of African people in America.
BYTA 2016 Conference
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE
History was made when more than 100 yogis gathered at the Black Yoga Teachers Alliance 2016 inaugural conference at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. Spirits mingled as we changed the course our lives simply by being in the presence of one another. The conference theme "Revival: Evolution of Spirit," set the tone for the transformation we all experienced and BYTA realized its vision of Community, Support, Excellence! Bonds were formed through our shared voices, our joyful connections, and the depth and breadth of the presentations and workshops that elevated our knowledge and skills as yoga teachers.
We left Kripalu energized, encouraged and empowered to continue our individual and collective journeys along the path of yoga.
BACK TO TOP
We invite you to join us on a soulful journey of transformation and healing to soothe and nurture the spirit.
Get ready for #BYTA2017!
Registration opens in March.