Chelsea Jackson, Ph.D., E-RYT, RCYT

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Chelsea Jackson is an internationally celebrated Yoga instructor, educator, and passionate change agent skilled in the art of cultivating community through Yoga. With over a decade of teaching experience in both asana and meditation, Chelsea’s unique teaching style makes Yoga accessible to a wide range of levels.

Chelsea has graced the cover of Yoga Journal and she is also the creator and facilitator of six week digital series, Inclusivity Training for Yoga Teachers: Creating Community with Compassion, featured on YogaJournal.com

Chelsea received her Ph.D. in Educational Studies with a focus in language, literacy, and culture. Her research within the field of Yoga served as the foundation for her current community program for teen girls, Yoga, Literature, and Art Camp at Spelman College. Chelsea is also a contributor to Yoga and Body Image: 25 Personal Stories About Beauty, Bravery, & Loving Your Body and is co-editor of Yoga, the Body, and Embodied Social Change.

See more at ChelseaLovesYoga.com

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