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About this Organization

Sativa Yoga™ helps you make peace between your inner + outer lives. * http://www.sativayoga.com *

Associates

Erika Harris
Creator
Erika Harris is a biophiliac, activist, and writer. Erika has earned degrees in Philosophy + Hospice Chaplaincy, as well as certifications in Permaculture Design, Kemetic Yoga + reading the Akashic Records.

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