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.
How would you describe the work you do?
I’m an integrative yoga therapist. I teach yoga full-time, and I’m also a trainer. I’ve been working on a curriculum called YogaRoots on Location for about eight years now, and it just got approved by the Yoga Alliance. The curriculum speaks specifically to all that I have done in the last twenty plus years.