In today's episode, I'm talking to Khay Muhammad about her journey of becoming the yoga teacher she is today. Khay and I talk about her childhood growing up in the urban landscape of Newark, New Jersey, spending long days with her father in Branch Brook Park and learning about her connection to nature. We also talk about her experiences taking yoga classes for the first time in Brooklyn during her early post-grad years, and why her first yoga class "sucked." Khay explains why inclusivity is so important to her teaching style, and how she's found more freedom to bring her full self to her classes teaching virtually from her home.
You can learn more about Khay and today's episode on the Shownotes page.