Sep
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“Boston’s Best” Yoga Class 2016

We are honored to win Boston’s Best Yoga Class in 2016.  View the article Improper Bostonian Article here.

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May
26
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Afro Flow Yoga Dances Into Diversity

Afro Flow Yoga instructor Leslie Salmon Jones leads the group in a yoga session at the Dance Complex in Cambridge, Mass. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR)

It might seem that combining yoga, often satirized as exercise for the elite, and dances of the African diaspora, which generally have more community-centric roots, are an unlikely mix. Yet Leslie Salmon Jones, an Ailey-School-trained dancer, has artfully mixed the two in Afro Flow Yoga, a unique yoga-meets-dance class set to live African percussion and music at The Dance Complex in Cambridge.

Salmon Jones, now a vibrant and beautiful health and wellness coach (among many other interrelated social and artistic fortes), notes that participants have probed whether the class is a “black or a white thing.” Still, she maintains that the two practices, when bridged together at their roots can unite harmoniously, create artistic appeal and act as vehicles for individual and social change.

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Dec
14
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Afro Flow Yoga on Arise and Shine

Leslie Salmon Jones leads an Afro Flow Yoga class on the Arise and Shine morning show with Rain Pryor in New York.

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Apr
6
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Yoga Journal Feature

Afro Flow Yoga was featured in the May 2014 issue of Yoga Journal. View the Yoga Journal Article here.

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Article about Pilin’s Afro Flow Yoga classes in Harlem.
by Harlem World Magazine    Posted on October 8, 2013
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Pilin Anice is bringing Afro Flow Yoga back to Asali Yoga in Harlem for the fall. And I was happy to learn from Pilin, “You don’t have to have an Afro and you don’t have to be African to do Afro flow yoga. But it definitely has an African flavor, because of the music. The music is the Afro. The flow is the yoga.” “Come one, come all,” said Pilin Anice. “We love to have everybody at Afro Flow yoga.” Full Article
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Yogapreneur Leslie Salmon Jones discusses her unique blend of African spirituality, yogic principals and the freedom of movement.

by Suncear Scretchen Posted: September 24, 2012

Leslie Salmon Jones is equal parts passion and Zen. That dichotomy is present not only in her personality but in her yoga business, Afro-Flow Yoga – a fusion of enthusiastic live drums African dance and calming yoga. Salmon Jones has been in the yoga game since her days training as a dancer at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, where she experienced the connection between the two forms of movement.   Full article

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Afro Flow Yoga was featured in an article on Yoga Journal, Afro Flow Yoga Celebrates Diversity.

Yoga touts benefits for people from all walks of life, and yet there’s an lack of diversity in many yoga classes. This is one thing yoga teacher and professional dancer Leslie Salmon Jones would like to see change. Full article

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An article in Exhale magazine spring of 2010, Leslie Salmon Jones discusses the powerful impact of positive mind over matter!

Read the article here: http://www.exhalelifestyle.com/2010-2-1/LeslieSalmonJones.html

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