Instructor wants to heal police, race relations through yoga
DENVER - Tyrone Beverly started a nonprofit with the goal of helping people and their self-development.
"What we focus on is social relationships as that is a contributing factor to health and wellness," Beverly said.
He is the executive director of Im'Unique. Beverly has organized yoga sessions in unorthodox places to take on social issues and break down barriers. He believes yoga is more than just striking certain poses. It's a way to live life non-violently, he says.