Reggie began his yoga journey in November 2014 seeking to alchemize and navigate extreme professional adversity.  Through disciplined practice, ruthless focus and surrender to inner peace he has adopted the yogic path, now as a 500 hour certified yoga teacher who has extensively studied with leading teachers such as Faith Hunter, Amy Ippoliti, Yogarupa Rod Stryker and Sri Dharma Mittra and countless other amazing teachers he has encountered along the way.   

Reggie teaches Members of Congress, Congressional Staff, leading progressive organizations and individuals, sharing techniques for growing peace and ease as a foundation, not an afterthought.  He also advises yoga communities, yoga studios, teachers and the broader wellness industry on the importance of diversity and inclusion, opening the practice to all and eliminating exclusionary cultures and habits.  

His teaching practice is designed for all levels and lifestyles, the only thing required is an open mind.   The focus of his teaching is to bring more peace and balance to activists AND to guide the wellness community toward being more engaged, concerned citizens.   Achieving this balance is how we catalyze transformative change.

In addition to his yogic activities, Reggie has held many senior strategic and logistical roles across a variety of fields, ranging from global marketing, digital and community organizing, government relations, international education to Presidential campaigning. He currently serves as a senior political strategist for a leading progressive campaigning organization Move On, managing their relationships, impact and communications with Capitol Hill.  He received a BA in philosophy from Yale University and an MBA in international strategy from the Vlerick Business School in Belgium. 

This profile was last updated on January 13, 2021

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2021

Inspiring Minds – Transformative Change: Where Research and Action in the World Meet

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