Black Wellness Leaders To Follow For Your Daily Dose Of Inspiration
Photo Credit: Photo by Jackie Parker on Unsplash

Photo Credit: Photo by Jackie Parker on Unsplash

Black Wellness Leaders To Follow For Your Daily Dose Of Inspiration

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Leah Freeman-Haskin
Leah Freeman-Haskin Jul 26, 2019

Whether you find yourself on the road often or are just looking for some wellness and self-care inspiration to get you through your daily routine, here are some women who’ve built platforms aimed at helping others to live their best lives.

@mynameisjessamyn

Jessamyn Stanley, @mynameisjessamyn is a yoga teacher and body-positivity advocate. Her nearly half a million Instagram followers get a daily dose of yoga positions, videos, and advice on focusing on how you feel rather than how you look.

Photo via Instagram | @mynameisjessamyn

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@blackgirlinom

Black Girl In Om on Instagram was created by Lauren Ash to build a community and safe space for women of color to breathe easy through holistic wellness and self-care. The page is a whole vibe, featuring inspirational quotes and questions to ask yourself, as well as images of brown women in all their glory.

@alex_elle

Alex Elle is a writer whose words inspire self-love and self-care through gentle daily reminders. When social media can often be a place of toxicity, Alex Elle’s page is a total breath of fresh air.

Photo via Instagram | @alex_elle

@millanasnow

Millana Snow is a reiki healer and co-founder of Wellness Official, an international wellness, philanthropy and networking community exclusively for women. If you are looking for daily inspiration, this is it. Snow strives to connect, empower and support others to heal themselves by expanding consciousness in their everyday lives.

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@christinamrice

Christina M. Rice is constantly posting inspiration to help others achieve optimal mental, spiritual, and physical wellness. Promoting wellness through yoga and other means of self-care, Rice is also the CEO of @omnoire, a social wellness club for women of color dedicated to living WELL.

Photo via Instagram | @christinamrice