Feb 10, 2021
Many of us, as Black women, sometimes aren't even aware that we're burned out because we're so used to keeping a pace.
This is the second episode in a series highlighting Black Woman Burnout during Black History Month.
Gail Hutchison is a wellness leader, educator, and professional development trainer. She's a yogi and an inventor. And her personal mission is to inspire people to reach their full potential by providing encouragement tools and education that are required to succeed. Gail has been practicing yoga for two decades and has been teaching yoga for 15 years. She's also my long-time friend.
As Black women, particularly during this time, we often feel vulnerable wanting these kinds of services and wanting them from someone that looks like us. And so I invited Gail today to focus on fatigue and how we can find deep rest and peace in our lives.
Listen through to the end as Gail guides us through a meditative practice of savasana, which traditionally comes at the end of yoga class. Then check out her services at https://thejoyyoga.com.
If this conversation has brought you to an insight, a story, a sense of relief, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Black Woman Burnout."
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