Richard Kitoshi

Africa Mentorship Coordinator

For Richard it all began when he attended his first yoga teacher training in 2012 in Nairobi, Kenya. Under the tutelage of Sharon Moon of the Jois Foundation, he was trained in the style of Ashtanga yoga. 

At the start of his career within teaching yoga, he began by teaching at a rehabilitation centre for girls in Kirigiti, Kiambu, and Kenya. He also taught mothers living within the slum area of Huruma in Nairobi.

Nowadays, he can be found teaching at the Shine Center on weekday evenings or occasionally on Sunday afternoons. He has also extended his love for yoga by teaching privately in upcoming yoga studios, gyms, and residential areas. He looks forward to one-day running his own yoga studio.

Africa Yoga Project Educates, Empowers, Elevates and Expands Employability with youth in Africa using the transformational practice of yoga. Our vision is to create opportunities for youth to step into their greatness and become self-sustaining leaders in their communities.

There are so many ways to get involved with Africa Yoga Project through fundraising, mentorship, or service trips and more! Click the email icon above for more information!

For general information: info@africayogaproject.org

You can take class at the Shine Center when you’re in Kenya or hire a private instructor in any of the countries we have teachers in. Click the email icon above for more information!

For general information: info@africayogaproject.org

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