Maya Breuer, E-RYT 500, founder and director of the Santosha School of Yoga in Warwick, Rhode Island, is an activist, artist, and originator of the Yoga Retreat for Women of Color™ offered throughout the United States. A Kripalu Yoga teacher and practitioner for more than 20 years, she is a contributing author to Stephen Cope’s Will Yoga and Meditation Really Change My Life? and Richard Faulds’ Kripalu Yoga: A Guide to Practice On and Off the Mat. Maya teaches yoga, trains and certifies yoga teachers, and designs individual lifestyle programs. Her contemporary teaching style combines the classical yoga tradition with her experience as an artist and a woman of color, resulting in a sacred-feminine approach to yoga.
- August 25–28, 2016
- Thursday–Sunday: 3 nights
Yoga Is for Everybody
It’s 4:30 in the morning, an auspicious time for angels, gods, and yoga practitioners who are doing morning sadhana.
A Yoga Revolution for Women of Color
Several years ago, a Brown University college student and member of the Rites and Reasons Theater group reluctantly participated in my yoga class.
Maya Breuer Brings Roots, Rhythm, and Soul to Kripalu
When Maya Breuer first discovered Kripalu in the 1980s, she felt as if she was home.
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