Tyrone Beverly is considered to be one of the leading advocates for inclusivity and continues to break down barriers. His exciting yoga path is one of a way of life and not merely confined to the limits of an asana practice and his asana practice is quite the experience. He’s practice is a seed that gets planted in your soul. Tyrone was awarded the Yoga Journal’s national Karma Award, Denver Yoga Festival’s Hero Award and the Colorado Black Health Collaborative Walking the Talk Award. Through his leadership, his non profit Im’Unique was awarded the International Metta Movement and he has been feature in various publications such as CNN Indonesia, Yoga Journal, The Atlantic and the Denver Post just to name a few.
His passion for equality, humans rights, and physical and social health has kickstarted a wellness movement that utilizes yoga as a means to unite communities and foster healthy lifestyles across the nation. Tyrone has creatively assembled various groups of people who disagree and has inspired them to improve their relationships. His efforts supersede stereotypes and creates avenues that permeate social and cultural differences. His aim is to contribute to a more humane society.
Class: Poetic Flow
Asana is the poetry of the body, Vinyasa is the cadence in which it is performed. The mat is the canvas waiting for the artist to explore. This class will take you on a journey and will remind you that there’s always more. Your body is a musical instrument, from your vocal cords, your organs, to the beat of your heart. This class will refine your rhythm, guide you to move with the pulse of the earth and harmonize with the world around you! It will teach you how to reassign energy and move with a higher purpose. The Poetic Flow will align your body through physical (asana) poetry, expand your mind with new concepts and principles complex and simple. It will remind you and inspire you to take care of your temple.