Yoga Noir Project Aims to Make the Fitness Trend More Inclusive for People of Color
By: Cynthea Corfah @lacedincyn
July 1, 2018
My Apple Tree
"Joining us this week under MY APPLE TREE is Nicole Scott, owner of The Yoga Noir Project. We discuss Nicole’s yoga journey, how she finds balance in her daily life and how she turned a selfish desire into a successful business. I also share the effect yoga has had on my life and how I allowed a failed twist-out to delay the start of my yoga journey. Enjoy!" - Kelli Bates
The Emerald Couch
⚜️ NEW #PODCAST EPISODE: “Small Talk: Bridging the Mental Health Gap Across the Medical Community” ⛑
•August is here and #summer is still in full affect! ☀️ This week we are joined by our favorite Baton Rouge-based, community health nurse, Mrs. Nicole Scott (@iam_nikkyscott) to discuss bridging the divide between #mentalhealth and medical practitioners. Research and the literature tells us that there is a connection and positive correlation between physical health (medication management, proper nutrition, holistic care) and mental health (cognitive flourishing, increased self-esteem, productivity). So what are we missing? Can’t we all just get along?! We think so and will talk all about it this week! 👩🏾⚕️💕👩🏾💼
•Nikky is also the founder of Nikky Scott, Inc., which is the sponsor of the popular #YogaNoirProject (@yoganoirproject)and #RUOK (@askruokbr) programs and will share more about what's next for each of those initiatives. Tune in now to learn more!🎙📻
225 Magazine (Again!)
How These Locals are Working to Improve Health, Fitness and Nutrition in the African-American Community
By Cynthea Corfah @lacedincyn
January 1, 2019
I talked to Blerd-ish about yoga!
Check it out here!