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Our commitment to anti-racism starts but doesn’t stop here.

We will continue to evolve these commitments as our own personal education develops + our opportunities for change grow.


  • Our team has started a book club with our first reading, Radical Dharma by rev. angel Kyoto Williams, Lama Rod Owens and Jasmine Syedullah. We’ll continue with these book clubs with books written by BIPOC and / in addition to pertaining to topics of racism, anti-racism, Black history and white supremacy. We are currently keeping this internal, however this could be an offering to our external community in the future.

  • Quarterly meetings with upper management to review past and future anti-racism action steps to stay on target with anti-racism efforts.

  • Good Space has created a shared document that lists articles + links for continued education on topics pertaining to racism, BIPOC-serving organizations, as well as a database of local BIPOC wellness facilitators. This list will be updated quarterly.


  • Good Space has and will continue our monthly donation partnership with the New Leaf Foundation, an organization that brings mindfulness tools to underserved and stigmatized communities.

  • Regular community classes (offered via Zoom, IG Live and in-studio) with proceeds donated to different BIPOC-serving organizations.

  • Bi-annual lump sum corporate donations.

  • Each month, Good Space will offer three hours of studio space at 15% of the normal rental cost to a BIPOC-run organization or individual for use in private classes, workshops or wellness events.

Hire, work with + amplify 

  • We commit to hiring BIPOC groups + individuals to partner with + facilitate workshops, teach yoga classes and photograph studio content.

  • Good Space will sponsor training opportunities + further education for newer BIPOC yoga teachers with interest and potential to teach at our studio.

  • We commit to using our social platform to amplify BIPOC voices and share our community.

Financial discounts

  • Our Light + Unlimited memberships are 20% off for BIPOC. Email us HERE to redeem this option

Be impeccable with our word

  • Understanding that white supremacy informs all of the systems we operate in, Good Space will include in any future training: anti-racism, equality and allyship tools + information relevant to that specific training.

  • Scholarships to be made available for BIPOC for future trainings offered through our studio.

  • Bi-annual meeting with our instructor team to examine + action ways to make our space and our cueing more inclusive.