K. Alysse Bailey is a SSHRC-funded postdoctoral fellow working at the University of Guelph at ReVision: The Centre for Art and Social Justice. Her PhD dissertation was about building a positive body image program by working with a diversity of members of the community to help propel a positive body image movement. For her postdoctoral research program, she will be building upon her doctoral work by exploring embodiment experiences and yoga. As a yoga instructor for the last few years she observed and experienced the exclusionary nature of the Western yoga industry. To challenge the dominant stereotypes within yoga and expand modes of embodiment, she will co-design a decolonized and inclusive yoga curriculum with non-normatively embodied people – placing bodily differences at the center rather than at the margins.