Indigo Movement

Kickboxing and Mobility Virtual Class with Indigo Movement

Online | Free
Monday February 13, 2023, 6–7 pm
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Join us online for a fun evening of energy and self‑love with a Kickboxing and Mobility Class led by Indigo Movement!

Indigo Movement photo by Laci G.

Kickboxing and Mobility led by Tiana Duncan. Photo by Robert Wade.

Kickboxing and Mobility led by Tiana Duncan. Photo by Robert Wade.

Celebrate Black History Month with Indigo Movement Founder & Director of Fun, Tiana Duncan, and Friends of Waterfront Seattle with a Kickboxing and Mobility class. This class will combine jabs, uppercuts, and sidekicks, followed by a series of movements paired with high-tempo music to get your body moving and grooving!

By registering in advance you’ll have a chance to win prizes from Black-owned businesses Black Pinay, Helen Rose Skincare Co., Indigo Movement and more!

Virtual Class:

Register in advance to receive the Zoom Conference ID/Password so you can access the class. Please download Zoom in advance of the start of the class.

Indigo Movement Founder and Owner Tiana Duncan, photo by Laci G.

Indigo Movement Founder and Owner Tiana Duncan, photo by Laci G.

Meet the Instructor: Tiana Duncan

Indigo Movement’s founder and owner, Tiana Duncan, realized her enthusiasm and passion for movement at a young age. She was enrolled in swimming lessons at her local community center and later swam competitively for several local teams. Duncan started her aquatics career at the Rainier Beach Community Center and then served as an Aquatics Director for the Seattle and Atlanta YMCA.

Constantly in water, Duncan learned how interconnected the mind, body, and spirit were and wanted to share her knowledge and experience with others. In 2017, she started Indigo Movement and today she employs a team of highly-trained and certified staff members who offer massage, circuit training, kickboxing, Nia, Zumba, and yoga to clients.

Duncan received her certification for massage therapy from the Brian Utting School of Massage in 2006 and is licensed to practice in Washington and Oregon state.

She currently resides in Seattle, Washington, and is also the founder of The Duncan Connection, a non-profit providing holistic resources, fitness classes, and swim lessons to underserved communities in the South Seattle area. She remains an active member of the community, championing issues such as diversity, social justice, LGBTQ+ rights, and environmental preservation.

Created in partnership with Indigo Movement

Indigo Movement wants every client to feel empowered to take back their me-time and have the ability to self-advocate for their well-being.

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