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CHER KUI

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Pronounced: 'Saaa Kui'
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REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. 

Welcome to Cher Kui.

 

This is the first Jess Be Community Series for BIPOC, a virtual offering focused on community care. 

Who: This series is open to BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour)

What: A series of weekly movement classes and 6 special co-facilitated offerings from the Jess Be Community.

Attend as many classes/sessions as you'd like. No worries if you can't make them all.

 

Note: In order to attend any of the Cher Kui sessions, you must sign up below. There are no drop-in options for this offering. 

When: March 28th to May 2, 2022 (full schedule below)

Where: Zoom

Cost: Free

Registration closes for the series on Monday March 28th at 12:00 p.m. EST. There are no drop-in options for this offering. Please sign up and attend as many as you'd like. 

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There is power in co-facilitation. 

Holding exclusive space for the BIPOC and Asian/AAPI community would not be possible without my community supporting me. 

The people you will meet below are people who make Jess Be what it is today. Each person has brought so much to this community and I'm so honoured they have agreed to co-create the types of spaces we need.  

Whether you are new here or someone who has been with us for a while, I am so proud to build a new kind of future with these amazingly gifted people I get to call friends and collaborators. 

- Jess

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Jess Be is able to provide this offering at no financial cost to participants as a Teaching For Equity recipient. Learn more here

 

"This (TFE) program provides financial support, resources, and community to yoga teachers who are teaching for little or no pay in historically marginalized communities and extends yoga access to those who may have encountered barriers or exclusion in the practice."