Meet Jessica Frank, an ASL Yoga Teacher

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Jessica Fink teaches at Rising Lotus in Los Angeles, one of the only studios that offers classes to hearing-impaired students in the area. She explains how yoga can help practitioners in the deaf community recover from trauma through connection and inclusion. 

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