Jamel West's All-Access Monthly
The Yin Yoga practice is slow, cooling, and nourishing to mind, body, and spirit. Jamel invites the community to observe and explore all things that present themselves, whether physical or subtle while holding Yin Yoga Poses. Jamel implements body awareness practices, breath awareness, acupressure points, and Yin/Yang Principles knowledge.
Included in your membership:
1 Live Class Per Week
- 7 day replays for all live classes
- Jamel's live classes are typically held on Saturdays, 9 AM-10 AM EST
- The ratio of live class to pre-recorded video content, and live class times are subject to change based on your teacher’s schedule and availability
- Videos offered to supplement the live practice
- Traditional Yin practice or Yin-Asana offering
About tiered pricing:
We believe in honoring the value of teaching and offering a practice that is accessible. Our tiered pricing system is self-determined. In deciding which price feels most appropriate to you, consider your social location (proximity to power and privilege), so that we can collectively move towards equity. If you are relatively stable financially, please pay the standard price. If you need to pay less for any reason, we encourage you to pay the community price.
Being part of The Connective for me is mainly all about community. A community with like-minded individuals, sharing many of the same goals, ideals, directives, compassions, and dreams; however, each individual showing upon their own, displaying their unique directions and individuality.
I came into Yoga seeking a physical practice but shortly realized that there was much more to it. I realized that this is a practice that can better improve the comprehension of my mental and physical self. With this realization, I dedicated my practice not to just myself but others in my community. My goal is to bring Yoga and Mindfulness to underserved communities, as I believe it’s a powerful tool for everyone.
My current practice consists of mindful-based vinyasa movements, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Reiki, Aromatherapy, and Herbalism. I invite folks to engage in self-inquiry, observation, noticing, acknowledging, and finally, perhaps appreciating the experiences, whether it’s physical, emotional, or spiritual.
It all realized for me once I noticed the positive impact in my community of practitioners and students; sharing these practices taught to me to those who received and needed it, is pivotal in my desire to continue processing and sharing this work.