Co-op seeks to diversify yoga to heal racialized trauma

Co-op seeks to diversify yoga to heal racialized trauma

This Feb. 29, 2020 photo provided by Kaiser Health News shows Beverly Grant finding peace and balance through yoga and meditation in the midst of painful losses - her son's murder in 2018, and her mother's death earlier this year - at the Dahlia Campus of the Mental Health Center of Denver. A growing movement to diversify yoga seeks to help people of color who disproportionately share the experience of debilitating trauma and grief, including being most at risk of the coronavirus. (Rebecca Stumpf for KHN via AP)
This photo provided by Kaiser Health News shows Beverly Grant teaching a yoga class at the Dahlia Campus of the Mental Health Center of Denver on Feb. 29, 2020. She believes yoga can help people of color heal from the psychological and physical dangers of racism and balance through yoga and meditation in the midst of painful losses - her son's murder in 2018, and her mother's death earlier this year. (Rebecca Stumpf for KHN via AP)
This photo provided by Kaiser Health News shows Beverly Grant finding peace and balance through yoga and meditation in the midst of painful losses - her son's murder in 2018, and her mother's death earlier this year - at the Dahlia Campus of the Mental Health Center of Denver on Feb. 29, 2020. A growing movement to diversify yoga seeks to help people of color who disproportionately share the experience of debilitating trauma and grief, including being most at risk of the coronavirus. (Rebecca Stumpf for KHN via AP)

Co-op seeks to diversify yoga to heal racialized trauma

This Feb. 29, 2020 photo provided by Kaiser Health News shows Beverly Grant finding peace and balance through yoga and meditation in the midst of painful losses - her son's murder in 2018, and her mother's death earlier this year - at the Dahlia Campus of the Mental Health Center of Denver. A growing movement to diversify yoga seeks to help people of color who disproportionately share the experience of debilitating trauma and grief, including being most at risk of the coronavirus. (Rebecca Stumpf for KHN via AP)
This photo provided by Kaiser Health News shows Beverly Grant teaching a yoga class at the Dahlia Campus of the Mental Health Center of Denver on Feb. 29, 2020. She believes yoga can help people of color heal from the psychological and physical dangers of racism and balance through yoga and meditation in the midst of painful losses - her son's murder in 2018, and her mother's death earlier this year. (Rebecca Stumpf for KHN via AP)
This photo provided by Kaiser Health News shows Beverly Grant finding peace and balance through yoga and meditation in the midst of painful losses - her son's murder in 2018, and her mother's death earlier this year - at the Dahlia Campus of the Mental Health Center of Denver on Feb. 29, 2020. A growing movement to diversify yoga seeks to help people of color who disproportionately share the experience of debilitating trauma and grief, including being most at risk of the coronavirus. (Rebecca Stumpf for KHN via AP)
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