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Offered as a way to introduce peace and healing to LGBTQ people in the Lansing area, the Salus center offers Queer and Trans Yoga every Thursday, with their next scheduled class on Jan. 10 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The program is hosted by an instructor, Amanda, who is a part of the LGBTQ community and invites all skill levels to join.
“Amanda is a queer and trans person, parent, partner, trauma survivor, and yoga practitioner,” write event organizers. “Amanda has lived/survived/thrived in the Lansing area for 14 years, practiced yoga for 7 years and trained to be a yoga instructor in 2016. Amanda teaches yoga using a consent-based, trauma-sensitive approach, through a racial and gender justice lens, welcoming every identity, life experience, and skill level.”
For more information about the class visit the Salus Center’s Facebook page or go online to saluscenter.org.