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Sadada Jackson

Freelance Educator

Sadada Jackson, M.T.S., M.Ed., RYT, is a student of practice who lives in her body and vacations in her mind. She holds a B.A. in Theatre with a minor in English, and an M. Ed. in Secondary Education both are from UMass Boston, and an M.T.S in Indigenous Traditions from Harvard University. She is a certified 200-hour yoga teacher and a teacher trainer for Akasha Yoga Studio and 4 Corners Yoga and Wellness Yoga Teacher Certification program. Deeply rooted in her personal body-based and embodied practices, she has been practicing yoga and meditation since 2000 and dancing since her formative years. Presently, she works as a freelance educator. She works with leaders and educators in the fields and practices of education, training, and healing. A facilitator, coach, and speaker she works with leaders, educators, and healers to support them in embodying and curating ethical practices, structures, and relationships in their work. Her goal in doing this work is to end relational and structural violence done on marginalized bodies within educational and healing arts/practices.