Black Girl In Om Has Rebranded and Is Better Than Ever

As a long time follower of Black Girl in Om, I was so excited to see directors, Lauren Ash and Zakkiyyah Najeebah rebrand their creation. Growth is an exciting time.

Black Girl In Om creates space for women of color to breathe easy.

With the enhancement of the already amazing brand came additional blog posts, a spotlight section called BGIO beauties, a podcasts, as well as a store that is underway. Also a new feature is the members only part of the site.
Photographer: Bradley A. Murray
The movement
"Black Girl In Om promotes holistic wellness and inner beauty for women of color. We encourage self-care, self-love, and self-empowerment for communities of color.

We affirm the consistent, preventative actions that cultivate a clear mind, a strong body, prosperous spirit, and inspiration in our environments.

We learn and share wellness practices with one another, and through this work cultivate richer understandings of what it means to be healthy and beautiful from the inside out."
Photographer: Bradley A. Murray
Favorite posts from BGIO
1. It's Ok to Cry in Rabbit Pose
2. Share an Exhale With Me
3. Unlocking The Room
4. Over Easy
Photographer: King Texas
Lauren on why she started Black Girl In Om
"Simple: I had to create something I didn't see—intentional space for women of color to breathe easy through practicing holistic wellness and self-care. I imagined this radical space for myself three years ago, and didn't realize it would resonate worldwide."
Photographer: Bradley A. Murray, Styling: Mycall Akeem Riley
 Zakkiyyah on why she joined the movement
"I felt it imperative to collaborate with a community that is invested in the holistic well-being of women of color and black women. Akin to BGIO, I’m committed to collaborating and sharing innovative approaches to self love and empowerment that is nurturing and meaningful."
Photographer: Lawrence Agyei
Make sure to check out the latest episode of the Black Girl In Om Podcast.

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