An interactive, inquiry-based learning community about the practice of Yoga as a form of Social Justice
This two-day summit—focused on racial justice and building trust, will bring together extraordinary content for learning, listening, and building relationships. The summit will also include dynamic international, national, regional and local teachers who are actively in using their practice of yoga to lead social justice movements.
By attending this unique and worthwhile event, you will connect with community beyond the locations where you practice (in studios, community centers, or at home). You will learn language from extraordinary leaders and ways to activate your practice in creative and authentic ways. You will learn how to cultivate a diverse and inclusive community. Access will be available for all to learn how to practice Self Care from the SisterCARE Alliance perspective. JOIN IN and Take part in a transformative movement that contributes to Charlotte's future narrative as a leader in social justice for all!
In honor of Charlotte’s second annual Self Care Day, The Inspower Agency and the SisterCARE Alliance of Charlotte will be hosting a Social Justice Yoga Summit in Charlotte on Saturday, December 2 and Sunday, December 3.
Learn how to help build community, beyond your studio, into a reality. You will learn ways to activate your practice in creative and authentic ways, as well as how to cultivate a diverse and inclusive community.
Be a part of a transformative movement that contributes to Charlotte's future narrative as a leader in social justice for all!
GRACE A.M.E. ZION CHURCH
Grace A.M.E. Zion Church is a historic African Methodist Episcopal Zion church located at 223 S. Brevard Street in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. It was built in 1901-1902, and is a Gothic Revival style brick church. It is one of the oldest of the remaining African American churches associated with Charlotte’s historic Brooklyn district, a formerly prosperous black neighborhood in Charlotte.
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
The Hyatt Place is located directly behind the venue at 222 South Caldwell Street, Charlotte, NC 28202. For reservations call (704) 227-0500. Give the code: AMPLIFY for discounted group rate.