This rebel queen of cannabis used to be a movie producer and lived in Tokyo. She's a fan of the arts and will challenge you in an anime/comic book trivia match with pride. But it was that fragrant herb that ultimately won her over, not the herb itself, but because of her love for her people.
Healer, massage therapist and doula Khadija Tudor talks about the imperfect balance of life, wellness in Bed Stuy's transforming community. She begins our chat with a recent encounter at a traphouse in gentrified Brooklyn after finding some zen in a early morning yoga class. Yes the hood is changing, but she reminds us that Bed Stuy is still a place where ya gotta watch your back.
Bed Stuy Yogi and resident bootylicious model for self love and positivity, Natalie Cosby talks being a shapely woman in a notoriously monocultural industry where only skinny white girls Halasana. Natalie is part of a movement of zen Black women painting yoga with a colorful brush of black, brown and curly.
Get to know how Bed Stuy stays well on a self guided trip through the neighborhood and have yoga with a local Black yogi, sample homemade ginger drinks with a local healer and shop owner and learn about urban farming at a local garden. Book now!