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Anasa Yoga teacher Tia Ukpe-Wallace in advanced yoga pose, astavakrasan, which demands strong core, web

Anasa, a Black yoga studio in Oakland: an interview wit’ founders Jean-Marie Moore and Katrina Lashea

April 27, 2014

Yoga has been working miracles on people’s health, peace of mind and flexibility for millenniums. Jean Marie Moore and Katrina LaShea recently opened a yoga studio called Anasa in the Laurel District of East Oakland. Their original goal was to wake Black people up to the health benefits of yoga, so they built it smack-dab in a retail area within Oakland’s Black community. They offer all kinds of classes including yoga, Tai Chi, Qi Gong – for beginners as well as experienced practitioners.

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Leo Robinson, soul of the longshore

January 29, 2013

Leo Robinson was a Black leader of the longshore union in San Francisco. He died in mid-January. For many of us, he was a lifelong companion, an example of what being an internationalist and a working class activist was all about. When Leo Robinson spoke, he had the full attention of every union member in Local 10’s cavernous waterfront union hall.

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