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From 🇯🇵 🇺🇸 , NY, NJ and Belgium based Certifued Barre Instructor 🩰 Certified Pop Pilates Instructor-to be 💪 Owner of my lifestyle, @dominiquebarrager Owner of my healthiness, @therealdominiqueb 💪 Model with @nymmg Hacked at 20K, but I’ll be fine ✨
My current vibes after working on my @poppilatesofficial instructor certification submission deadline for 4.5 hours last night 🐱😴 So therefore, excuse my absence. I’ll be back soon. And please enjoy the view of our cat chilling on my bed in Belgium. You’re very welcome ☺️ 🇧🇪 Thank you for your patience ☺️💗
It has been a rough few days, but because of this, I have decided that I will be running an IG Live class and a Recess class in supports of raising funds and awareness for the AAPI community, which will go straight to @stopaapihate. When: 3/24 at 5 am ET in IG Live And 3/25 at 8.30 am on the website of @we_recess. Equipment: Mat, chair/barre and light weights/cans/water bottles Cost: free, donations are optional to support @stopaapihate. If you'd like to donate for the IG Live workout, please venmo me at missdominiqueb, and if you’re going to take the class via @we_recess, then you can donate through the website🙏 I will donate on your behalf and send a donation receipt! Thank you, and I hope to see you soon! 💕 💪 🤗
Four nights ago, eight people got killed at an Asian owed spot in Atlanta, where six of them were Asian American women. Asians have become the target of violence and harassment since the pandemic started last year, especially for the vulnerable ones like the Asian-American senior citizens. Sadly, hate towards Asian citizens is not a new thing. So here’s my not so uncommon story: As a Japanese-American citizen, all of these whole escalating hate crimes against Asians is hard for me. Back in the days when I was a child and a teenager, those jokes about Asians that people make at school and random places seemed so normalized; and by jokes, I mean calling us with “Ching Chong,” “chink”, “Jap”, “stretchy eyes” etc. And by stretching their eyes. And by getting comments like “ew what is this?“ when someone sees my lunchbox with Japanese food that my Japanese mother has made for me. This comment hasn’t even stopped when I was a teenager; this comment has also been made by someone who was 23 years old, and I was 22 years old back then. And even my mother got harassed by being called offensive names when she was running errands. And why did it seem normalized in school and public environments? Because those “school teachers” and “school counselors,” “educators,” etc., have always blown it off by saying things like “just ignore them,” “don’t react,” “don’t mind them”... They are apparently not willing to realize and to take responsibility for these horrendous, harmful actions. Did they really think and believe that those actions are not serious? That they are not harmful? That they don’t have any severe consequences? Or is it just me? Am I really that dumb and problematic? Because if it’s so, if you believe that those actions are “just jokes”, and if you think that the actions of the people with the leadership roles are taking are very normal and acceptable as much as all the hate that we, Asian citizens, are getting, then please feel free to Unfollow me and unfriend me from Facebook. (Please scroll down to the comments to read more of this important caption) #STOPASIANHATE #HATEISAVIRUS #AAIP #ENOUGHISENOUGH Credits to @soyouwanttotalkabout
⬅️ Swipe left to see the whole art Hi there! Happy Monday! 🙋🏻♀️ so here’s my #MotivationMonday to you: Don’t just think about how you want to feel: BE how you want to feel! That’s why I am confident, grateful, resilient, respectful, centered, honest, fierce, caring, fearless, loving, self-loving, strong, and free. Even if it’s hard to believe, trust me: YOU ARE who and how you want to be! ❤️⚡️✨ And here is my story professionally: before I even applied for my fitness instructor certification, I always knew that I am a fitness instructor, despite not legally being one yet. And when I was much younger, I knew that I was a signed model, even though I wasn’t signed yet. Next thing you know, my goals came true, and it’s still true, as of now. Plus not to forget to mention: my abs! 😎 Who can relate? Believe in yourself! Even if the people around you and your negative, skeptical mind at the least doubts you, your goals, your dreams, and your intentions, because you are not the people around you, and if you are not your mind. You are in control of your soul and your own life. 🤗 ❤️ 📸 @stijnelshout