Love yo Body
every MONDAY & SUNDAY
Day & Time
Every Monday at Central: 7:30–8:30 p.m.
with Jeniffer Zimmerman
@ YogaOasis Central
2631 N. Campbell Ave.
Every Sunday Downtown: 4:00–5 p.m.
with Ashley Gee
@ YogaOasis Downtown
245 E. Congress St. #101
Love yo Body challenges the dominant cultural paradigm that promotes the belief that no body is ever perfect enough. The truth is that you are beautiful, regardless if you can see it or not. Come foster a deeper relationship with your one and only beautiful body, soothe your nervous system, and nurture your Self during this gentle hour of yoga.
This 60 minute class utilizes props, dim lighting, and chill music. Practitioners of all shapes, shades, ages, sexes, genders, and ability to pay are welcome.
About Jeniffer Zimmerman:
Jeniffer Zimmerman is a yoga teacher and mental health therapist in Tucson, Arizona. She has over 20 years experience as a social worker and group facilitator. Jeniffer teaches yoga classes that support healing form systematic body dysmorphia, and incorporates yoga and mindfulness into her therapy practice. She holds a Bachelor's degree in sociology, a Master's degree in counseling psychology, and is a LAC, and 200RYT. Jeniffer is the mother of two grown men and is passionate about social justice. Learn more at: AllBodiesRiseYoga.com
About Ashley Gee:
Ashley has worked in a therapeutic environment with troubled teens since early 2013. In late 2011, Ashley felt a strong pull toward the practice of yoga. Ashley is passionate about spreading the message of body positivity, self love, and social justice in the world through yoga, movement, and mindfulness practices, and believes in a world where all bodies are free from oppression. Her intuitive nature allows for Ashley to create a safe and supportive class environment, where her students can explore themselves freely. Ashley holds a Bachelor of Nutritional Science, is a 200 RYT, and is Yogahour certified. She also enjoys walking her pup (Durga), hiking, ecstatic dance, traveling solo, and being constantly connected with nature.
All Bodies Rise Yoga recognized teacher Ashley Gee, will be donating all proceeds of her Sunday September 4, 2016 Love YO Body class to Youth on their Own. Please come and donate if you can. All bodies rise yoga teachers are committed to a world where all bodies are free from oppression.
A little info about Youth on their Own (YOTO):
"Youth homelessness is our community’s most entrenched social issue, hidden under borrowed roofs and behind tired eyes. Every year, more than 62,000 children throughout Arizona find themselves displaced and unaccompanied through no fault of their own, ranking our state as the fifth worst state nationwide for child homelessness. Even more disheartening, homeless youth are four times more likely to drop out of school and twice as likely to become unemployable adults trapped in poverty. Without the safety and stability of a home, these vulnerable kids fall through the cracks and cannot receive the services they need in order to survive.
Every single dollar we raise helps another student to stay in school… $15 provides a bus pass, $25 provides a gift card for emergency needs, $140 provides a monthly stipend based on good grades (As, Bs, and Cs) and good school attendance, and so on."
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