“Just B”eing Black, Day 3 – Funkadelic Friday

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Black people like music. We like to sing it, play it, dance to it. (We invented it actually) A key to authenticating your blackness has a lot of musical influence: In the chapter on How to be a black friend in “How to Be Black:” “Ideally, you will be fairly […]

Lyric’Lee performs at Just B Yoga

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If you’ve never heard the vocals or the instrumentals from this gifted sister, you must! Her name is Lyric’Lee. She’s in Lansing. And her sound is tight.   Here’s two tracks from her performance at Just B Yoga on Black Friday.   Lyric’Lee performs “Little Girl” at Just B Yoga’s […]

The blackest Friday EVER!

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You missed it. Period. We didn’t. So there. But we’ll share.

Just B Yoga Podcast Oct 21 – announcements and then Oct. 14 power class flow

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Here’s the latest podcast. I’m a little tardy in getting up last week’s flow. Many thanks to Audra Post for her amazing contribution to the playlist. Many of you don’t know in another lifetime I was an oboist. I was the principal oboist for the D.C. Youth Orchestra and for […]

In need of some Lansing or Michigan hip hop artists

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Hip hop is about freedom and fusion. It’s about originality and style. It’s empowering and full of flavor. It’s raw and imperfect. Sounds like yoga, right? Just B Yoga is about helping Lansing grow beyond the image others project on us and embrace the image that shines from within. Our […]

Just B song du jour: You will, by Lyric Lee

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Met an inspiring artist at last week’s Art Attack in REO Town. Her name is Lyric Lee. Get to know this name because she’s bound for greatness. Check her out for our song du jour.  “You Will.” It will be featured in tonight’s Hip Hop Power Hour Yoga class. Peace. […]

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