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"imba means sing" a film

Thursday, January 24, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)


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 Yogimba! is yoga in support of our independent documentary feature film imba means sing & the African Children's Choir

Please join us for an evening of upbeat yoga to the tune of the African Children's Choir. We will be screening a short version of the film before our yoga practice and selling African and local arts & crafts inspired by Africa afterwards. All proceeds will benefit the making of the film.

www.imbafilm.com // imbameanssing.tumblr.com

Special thanks to FORM {YOGA} formyoga.com

and Grounded for Good www.groundme.org

Yogimba Teacher - Cheryl Crawford

Cheryl Crawford, mother of triplets, is the co-founder of Grounded, Get Grounded Foundation, and Grounded for Good non-profit yoga service initiative.

She's been teaching her whole life. First to her stuffed animals and to her younger brother (when he sat still) and then for 11 years to the children of Atlanta in Fulton County Public Schools where she worked as an Elementary School Teacher, Reading Recovery specialist and Curriculum Coordinator.  Cheryl began her yoga journey soon after her three daughters were born, and as her practice evolved, it became clear to her that she had to blend and balance her new dedication to yoga with her lifelong passion for teaching.

Cheryl has been a yoga teacher since 2003. Her classes are fun yet powerful invitations to connect to your heart, your strength, and your vision. She is committed to sharing her experience of artfully finding the balance between serious alignment and playful expansion. She has learned from many great teachers who have taught her that GROUNDING is the key to ELEVATION. She is grateful for all the teachers who have grounded her, especially her parents, her husband, Marsha Wenig, Paul Muller-Ortega, and Gina Minyard.

She is privileged to work with a diverse range of kids, teens and adults.  Her greatest discovery is in the authentic and respectful conversations with her own teenage daughters and their classmates. That's what fuels her studio classes and trainings.  Cheryl holds certifications in Anusara, Correlation Vinyasa,  Hot Core Power, YogaKids, Laughter Yoga and Radiant Child.  Cheryl has been recognized by local, national and international media for her work in yoga education for children and teens, and was chosen to be the first Lululemon Ambassador in Atlanta. Cheryl listens to the wisdom of the children and teaches from her highest self.

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When & Where

Form Yoga
508 East Howard Avenue
Decatur, GA 30030

Thursday, January 24, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)

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"imba means sing" a film

"imba means sing" is an independent documentary feature film through the eyes of the African Children's Choir. We are donating 100% of film profits to the Choir's relief and development on the ground in Africa. Visit us at www.imbafilm.com. 

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