Fawzia Munshi ~ The Foodie Yogini
Certified Yoga Teacher since 2015, the path took me on a wondrous journey of discovery through East Africa and SE Asia, before leading me to Senegal – one of the countries I now call home. One of the biggest lessons I’ve learned is that Yoga is for everybody, as well as every (type of) body.
For me, yoga – in all its shapes and forms – is a practice of devotion. Physical postures release blockages in the body, Meditation reminds us that we are the embodiment of the Divine, and the breath is the bridge that unites them.
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Ayesha Harruna Attah ~ The Writer & Foodie
Ayesha grew up in Accra, Ghana, and was educated at Mount Holyoke College, Collumbia University, and New York University. She is the author of three novels: Harmattan Rain ( nominated for the 2010 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize); Saturday’s Shadows ( shortlisted for the Kwani? Manuscript Project in 2013); and The Hundred Wells Of Salaga (translated into four languages).
When not working on a new book, traveling, or giving creative writing workshops; Ayesha loves staring at the sea, making ice-cream, and taking long walks with her soon-to-be-four year old.
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Nathalie Mangwa ~ The Dancer Yogi & Designer
“Le FEU, l’énergie de Nathalie est feu pour aborder la danse, la musique et le yoga. Pas de concession au conformisme, à l’apathie, au mensonge artistique, bref puissance, force, pluralité, joie et créativité sont les termes par lesquels elle se définit.”
Nathalie a été formée durant quatre années à l’école ashtanga sadhana auprès d’Arnaud Kancel (Montpellier), à l’ashtanga yoga, pranayama, nidra et mantra.