All-male yoga and the quest for comfort
June 8, 2016 / The Jewish Chronicle
When I was assigned to cover all-male yoga at Shaare Torah Congregation last week, my initial thought was what to wear. As a runner, I have drawers of neon shirts promising both visibility and breathability. Similarly, my running shorts are designed to increase flexibility and performance. Believing that an hour of yoga would be akin to a light jog, I donned a short-sleeve shirt, running shorts and a base layer of running tights — we were going to be indoors, and with so much leg exposure I didn’t know whether I would get cold.
Meet Felicia Lane Savage #AmplifyVoices
February 18, 2016 / Repair the World
In this #AmplifyVoices feature, we asked Pittsburgh-based Repair the World Fellow, Sarah Scherk to interview Felicia Lane Savage, an incredibly inspiring yoga teacher, small business owner, social justice activist, and all around human being. Read on to find out how she integrates yoga and justice and invites students to relate better to others, and to themselves.
Yoga and meditation offered at Shuman Detention Center
April 27, 2105 / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
When the door of a secure, all-male unit at Shuman Juvenile Detention Center was unlocked Friday for Felicia Savage, she was greeted by loud welcomes echoing off hard floors and walls.