Reclaim your roots by tuning into yourself.

Mindfulness is a glorious way to connect to yourself!

We are all creators of the type of world we want to live in.
Practice these Affirmations for Creatives with me. 💕

Creativity is an essential part to enacting change!


Go deep, tune into you, your roots and culture, affirm and create beautiful and powerful things! ❤️

You will learn:

  • LEADERSHIP - Guidance for cultivating leadership practices that TRULY support.
  • LOVE - Affirmations that AFFIRM and uplift you - just as you are.
  • SUPPORT - a SUCCESSFUL PATH to your powerful leadership.

"As a Black woman, Yoga Teacher and educator, I find Susanna Barkataki’s work essential to understanding how we share yoga with the world." - Diane Bondy, Founder of Yoga for All  

"Susanna Barkataki is a bold, fearless leader, leading the charge in decolonizing yoga in order to make yoga safer for and more accessible to people of color and, indeed, all marginalized people."
- Jesal Parikh, Co-Founder, Yoga is Dead, Yogawalla

About Your Teacher

Susanna Barkataki, M.Ed., E-RYT 500, Ayurvedic Practitioner and Yoga Therapist, has been an anti-racism educator for 20+ years, is an Indian yoga culture advocate, trainer, writer and teacher. She is the Founder of Ignite Yoga and Wellness Institute and teaches 200/300 hour Yoga Teacher Trainings at She is the creator of the Honor {Don’t Appropriate} Yoga Summit and framework and creator of dedicated to bringing authentic yoga tools where they are needed most. She has been a Yoga Culture and Equity consultant to Yoga Alliance, Yoga Journal, Yoga Girl and many studios, yoga businesses and teachers. She is the author of the #1 International Bestselling book Embrace Yoga’s Roots: Courageous Ways to Deepen Your Yoga Practice.

Susanna Barkataki M.Ed., E-RYT 500, Diversity, Equity, Inclusivity Educator, Ayurvedic Practitioner and Yoga Therapist

I'll light a candle for you, bring some care and all the supportive meditation and affirmation goodies.

"Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation" - Audre Lorde

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