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Puerto Rico 

 

May 23 - 28, 2018


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For Dr. Marcelle Haddix, yoga, wellness, and healthy living are deeply personal and political.  Known as The ZenG, she is a 200-hour certified registered yoga instructor who specializes in yoga for underrepresented groups and community-based organizations.  She practices veganism and healthy, soulful living.  Her goal is to bring yoga to more communities of color and to challenge the misrepresentation of people of color and yoga, healthy living, and healthy eating.  She is unapologetic about living well and creating spaces for people of color to honor and care for their bodies and each other.  Her community engaged approach to yoga and wellness culminates in yoga and writing retreats for women & couples of color, yoga and mindfulness workshops in urban schools, and regular yoga classes & sistercircles in her community.  She is a dean’s associate professor and chair of the literacy department at Syracuse University and a nationally-recognized literacy scholar committed to centering Black literacies in educational practices and spaces. Follow her at www.zengyoga.com

For Dr. Marcelle Haddix, yoga, wellness, and healthy living are deeply personal and political.  Known as The ZenG, she is a 200-hour certified registered yoga instructor who specializes in yoga for underrepresented groups and community-based organizations.  She practices veganism and healthy, soulful living.  Her goal is to bring yoga to more communities of color and to challenge the misrepresentation of people of color and yoga, healthy living, and healthy eating.  She is unapologetic about living well and creating spaces for people of color to honor and care for their bodies and each other.  Her community engaged approach to yoga and wellness culminates in yoga and writing retreats for women & couples of color, yoga and mindfulness workshops in urban schools, and regular yoga classes & sistercircles in her community.  She is a dean’s associate professor and chair of the literacy department at Syracuse University and a nationally-recognized literacy scholar committed to centering Black literacies in educational practices and spaces. Follow her at www.zengyoga.com