Hub City is excited to welcome Katy Corbin, owner of Yogalicious in downtown Spartanburg, to the shop for an evening exploring the benefits of a yoga practice for a life well-lived! Katy will be in-conversation with Hub City Writers Project Executive Director Anne Waters, sharing her story, discussing how she thinks about wellness today, and considering the books that have informed her practice. Katy will be joined by local communication consultant and American Sign Language (ALS) expert Tashma Glymph, who will teach the signs for a few essential wellness words. Come on out to the shop at 6pm on Thursday, January 13th for what's sure to be an inspiring evening. This event is free and open to all, but save your spot below!
Katy Corbin first practiced yoga while a student at Converse College, with Jan LeFrancois, a psychology professor and certified Iyengar instructor. The peace and focus she found after that first practice was immense. When she returned to Spartanburg in 2004, she found YOGAlicious and experienced her first yoga studio. Studying under Monica, Catherine and Adrienne was a wondrous, life-altering experience. So much so that she signed up for the very first Teacher Training class at YOGAlicious! When not practicing or teaching yoga, she enjoys the beautiful Upstate, walking her dogs, sipping tea, dancing with her daughter and cooking healthy meals for family and friends.
Tashma Glymph is a mom of two beautiful children, the daughter of a queen, the child of the King, a community activist, a Scout mom, a certified pediatric speech therapist and a friend of many! She has a heart for children and truly believes that they are the most efficient communicators. Whereas Tashma Talks, LLC isn't limited to children, this is where the vision started. Tashma has worked with both verbal and non verbal communicators for years and through Tashma Talks, her audience has expanded all over the World. Join her on her quest to enhance communication through a branded apparel line and American Sign Language lessons while building character, curiosity and courage.
Tashma Talks is a dynamic offering built around the art of powerful communication including screen printed social justice and inspirational tees, enrichment activities and classes, ASL tutorials, and more. Tashma Talks was created 10 years ago while traveling to different childcare facilities teaching American Sign Language to toddlers. It was a passion Tashma has always had, and it has turned into her purpose.