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Paige is a native New Yorker and has been practicing yoga since the 90s. As well as being a Thai Bodywork practitioner, she has Baptiste Power Yoga, Jivamukti, and AcroYoga certifications. For the last 7 years, Paige has studied and taught Baptiste Power Yoga, as well as assisted Baron Baptiste at his workshops. In 2007 Paige moved to Africa and co-founded the Africa Yoga Project, an extraordinary movement that empowers the youth and women of Kenya, creates opportunities to learn and contribute, and changes lives through the transformative power of yoga. She has been dedicated to this movement for the last 3 years and now lives in Nairobi.
In Nairobi, we have 42 teachers. Each teacher has picked their own center that they teach yoga at. At each center, there are ten to 50 to a hundred children, or adults. They teach at the gamut of places, from homeless shelters to clinics for HIV positive women, to primary schools, to pieces of grass that look like good places for yoga. So we’re raising the money to be able to empower the teacher to become a leader in their community and make change happen.Cast Page
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