Happy September and National Yoga Month All!

Hope you had a great Labor Day weekend! September is one of my favorite months.  This month I am celebrating National Yoga Month in a big OM kind of way online and offline. Check out the event schedule below. I hope you can join me at one or more of the events.  For more information about National Yoga Month, visit http://www.yogamonth.org.

Got 15 minutes and need yoga?  Check out my online yoga classes:  http://stickam.com/anandaleeke.

Ananda’s September Events

Tonight I am launching a yoga series on Blogatique with Ananda Leeke on BlogTalkRadio at 9:30 pm EST.  Join me for a conversation with yoga teacher, blogger, writer, and life purpose coach Tazima Ayana Davis about her yoga journey and summer yoga adventures in Los Angeles, California. Tazima is founder of Compassionate Renegade: http://compassionaterenegade.wordpress.com.  Click here to listen to the show. http://ow.ly/2Ahyz. If you miss the show, don’t fret. You can listen to the audio (check web site a few minutes after the show airs live; it is available 24/7/365).

I will also talk to yoga teachers, bloggers, writers, and entrepreneurs:

On September 11, 18, and 25, I will be teaching a beginner’s yoga class at the WELLNESS WORKS! Workshop Series sponsored by Smith Farm Center for Healing and the Arts, Allen Chapel AME Church, and Union Temple Baptist Church.  The workshops will be held at Allen Chapel AME Church, 249 Alabama Avenue, SE, Washington.  The FREE workshop series will be held from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm. The workshops are geared to African American residents of the District of Columbia.  The purpose of the series is to inspire African Americans to lead healthier lives through stress reduction, exercise and nutrition.  Interactive cooking demonstrations, samples, recipes, simple techniques to reduce stress and physical activity will be included. To register, please call (202) 889-7296. (Space is limited.) The DC Cancer Consortium; Department of Health, Government of the District of Columbia, and Susan G. Komen for the Cure® funded the workshop series. Visit www.smithfarm.com for more information.

On September 12 from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm, I am moderating Sisterhood the Blog’s Focus Group on I on how women use social media to practice healthy living yoga, meditation, Reiki, massage, holistic practices, physical fitness, spirituality, life coaching, vegetarianism, veganism, and green living at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library, 901 G Street, NW, Room A-10, Washington, DC. Click on the link to register for the event: http://sisterhoodtheblogseptemberfocusgrou.eventbrite.com.

Panelists include:

Feel free to use the Twitter hashtag #STB10 to chat about the event and panelists.

If you are planning to participate in the call, please complete the online survey about women and social media and release statement.  The release statement gives me  permission to use information shared during the event as research for my book project Sisterhood, the Blog: Soundbytes from the 21st Century Women’s Online Revolution (December 2011).


Join me on September 13 from 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm EST for a juicy conversation on how women use social media to practice healthy living yoga, meditation, Reiki, massage, holistic practices, physical fitness, spirituality, life coaching, vegetarianism, veganism, and green living on  Talkshoe.com’s  Sisterhood the Blog Radio. Click here to listen to the show:  http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/42015. If you miss the live show, don’t fret. You can listen to the audio five minutes after the live show ends (audio recording 24/7/365)

Guest panelists include:

1) Bianca Alexander, a lawyer turned green/health journalist, spokesperson, artist, and co-founder of Conscious Living TV – http://www.biancaalexander.com, http://www.consciouslivingtv.com, and http://twitter.com/ConsciousTV;

2) Sera Beak, a Harvard-trained scholar of comparative world religions, “spiritual cowgirl,” “redvolutionary,” filmmaker, and author of The Red Book: A Deliciously Unorthodox Approach to Igniting Your Divine Spark – http://serabeak.com and http://twitter.com/serabeak;

3) Alice Langholt, a Reiki master practitioner/teacher, blogger, BlogTalkRadio show host, and founder of Reiki Awakening – http://reikiawakening.com and http://twitter.com/reikiawakening;

4) Sommer Poquette, a blogger, teacher, Internet and social networking/marketing consultant, and founder of Green & Clean Mom – http://greenandcleanmom.org and http://twitter.com/greenmom;

5) Latham Thomas, a green chef, yoga teacher, holistic nutritionist, and founder of Tender Shoots Wellness – http://www.tendershootswellness.com and http://twitter.com/tendershoots;

6) Micaela Vega, a healthy food writer, blogger, and web professional – http://strivingbean.com and http://twitter.com/strivingbean; and

7) Gloria Ware, a tree-hugging banker mom, green activist, writer, blogger, avid gardener, and founder of Black and Into Green – http://blackandn2green.blogspot.com and http://twitter.com/bn2g00.

Feel free to use the Twitter hashtag #STB10 to chat about the event and panelists.

If you are planning to participate in the call, please complete the online survey about women and social media and release statement.  The release statement gives me  permission to use information shared during the event as research for my book project Sisterhood, the Blog: Soundbytes from the 21st Century Women’s Online Revolution (December 2011).

Join me on September 15 @ 8:00 pm EST for my kg yoga life practices class on MomTV: http://www.momtv.com/kg-yoga.

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