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Meet the Practitioners

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Aminata Diallo

Aminata (pronoun is ami) is a yoga teacher and embodiment practitioner. Aminata’s classes combine gentle hatha and qigong, it is a space to come back to the self and explore what may arise through your practice. As a practicing herbalist, ami’s classes are crafted with seasonal energies in mind to bring you into deeper relation and reciprocity with natural ecologies.

Aminata is a double air sign, who you’ll often find daydreaming and sharing secrets with plant friends.

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Argo Theoharis

Argo (they/them) is a passionate advocate who weaves together the intersections between Identity and Social Justice, and has a deep curiosity for the emerging fields of Neuroscience & Embodiment. What drives their work is an appreciation that at the core of this, it all comes down to honouring relationship.

Their lineage is Greek and Visayan (Filipino), and presently they mostly find themselves climbing rocks, talking to plants, and dreaming up ways to hold space for our collective liberation.

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Nawa Sybico

Nawa (they/them/siya) is a multi-disciplinary practitioner of herbalism, somatics, divination and the death doula arts. Nawa is curious about integrating our individual and collective bodies as one of the ways in which we can transform the impacts of historical and inter-generational trauma due to white supremacy and colonialism.

Nawa finds joy in meeting plants, practicing martial arts and their other cultural traditions, and going on mini adventures with their puppo and loved ones.

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