Queer & Trans Community Yoga Guest Teacher Series

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Join us for class every 3rd Friday 5:30-6:30 PM MST. Thanks to funding from the Trans Justice Funding Project, these classes are FREE to attend!


(schedule subject to change)

And, we'll be chatting on Instagram Live the week of class. Hope to see you there! @abq_queer_trans_yoga

Co-sponsored by Yoga for People of Color for Healing and Empowerment.

Registration Links

Registration is free. Click the links below to go to the registration forms (you must register for each individual class):

Featured Guest Teachers:

Allé K

November 20th Class

Allé K (they/ he) is a queer, fat, trans non-binary activist, educator and certified Yoga Instructor. He provides LGBTQIA++ inclusive, trauma-informed, weight-neutral yoga classes online and in-person. Allé is passionate about making yoga accessible for folks who are not seen on the covers of yoga magazines and on teacher training faculty. They are a spaceholder and a disruptor. His business rejects the capitalist, white supremacist, patriarchal systems in place.


December 18th Class

Leucas (he/him) identifies as a QTPOC and has been practicing yoga and teaching for 5 years. He enjoys teaching vinyasa flow classes where students may feel courageous enough to commit to truth and love as they journey towards their Selves.


January 15th Class

Puja Singh (they/them) is a queer, non-binary trans, Indian-Canadian, yoga, meditation and music teacher based in Los Angeles, helping people tune into the power of the Universe, slow down, practice presence and find their unique voice in order to more fully and joyfully express themselves in any and all areas of their life.


February 19th Class

Rubén (He/They/Queen) teaches yoga; how to breathe. Love. Growth. Travelling yoga instructor, using my skills, my gifts and my passions to leave a positive impact on the world. 200hr RYT, proud Queer POC.


March 19th Class

Rebby Kern (they/them) is a wandering spirit shining light into the lives of others. Rebby’s personal mission is to operate from connection, seeking justice and empowering voices. Rebby generates space for connection, empowerment and self-discovery through their 10 years in LGBTQ activism drawing connections to the yoga world and uplifting experiences of marginalized identities.


April 16th Class

Zel Amanzi (they/them) is a Blacqueer, nonbinary humxn dedicated to nourishing the trees that bear the fruits of freedom, especially through the creation of sacred healing, educational + transformational spaces for BIPoC and Queer folx!

Organized by:

Avery Kalapa (they, them), Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher, ERYT500, teaches deeply informed yoga as a healing practice rooted in collective liberation. Learn more: yogawithavery.com

Special thanks to León M. Powell (they/he) @leon.osito

Co-sponsored by Yoga for People of Color for Healing and Empowerment.

Yoga POC Sangha is a grassroots and non-profit organization that provides sacred space and healing services specifically and intentionally for black people, Indigenous peoples, and people of color through health practices that are spiritually rooted in anti-racism, de/anti-colonialism, anti-capitalism, anti-casteism and social justice and community transformation.