“Freedom and liberation come from practices that are still,” Raheem says. “These practices have been transformative for me and other people who have been conditioned to think there’s no rest for them. I work with Black women and women of color to unpack what it means to rest when part of your legacy in this part of the world is that your people were forced, free labor. Your whole life was work and die. We will thrive and rest.”
Foreword to Restorative Yoga For Ethnic and Race Based Stress and Trauma by Dr. Gail Parker published by Dragon Press.
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