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Through yoga postures, meditations, mudras, chants, and journaling exercises, we will delve into the depths of our beings, embracing our unique strengths and nurturing our self-love and self-worth.
Join us every Monday online for an invigorating online class that combines the ancient technique of Gua Sha with the rejuvenating practice of Face Yoga.
Discover the rejuvenating powers of Gua Sha and Face Yoga, two ancient practices that promote relaxation and enhance your natural beauty.
Trace. Draw. Paint. Meditate on your hidden motivations and passions. Join us for this immersive and transformative experience.
This case study abstract and poster was accepted by and presented at the 2019 Symposium on Yoga Research (SYR) held at Kripalu.
The Gilchrist Museum’s beWell Wellness Arts Festival’s mission is to highlight Wellness as an Art by providing a space for individuals to explore and engage in activities and practices that enhance physical, mental, and emotional health by bringing together a diverse selection of wellness experts.
Learn sound therapy techniques you can use everyday to reduce stress, improve sleep, and increase your energy and focus.
This workshop qualifies as two (2) Yoga Alliance continuing education (CE) credits.
Chair Yoga Book Club – For book lovers who love to sit and yoga lovers who love to read. Join us on the 3rd Saturday every month at Main Street Books in Frostburg, Maryland. No experience necessary. No fancy pants required. You can even keep your shoes on! Chairs are provided.
It was ugly. No other words came to mind. The room was ugly. Just ugly, I thought. As I reached out to straighten and open the blinds and with the optimism only a young, naïve girl can conjure in such a moment, I said to myself, “I will make this place beautiful.”
LOVE TRAVELS was born from a personal mission and desire to bring love, passion, truth and beauty into the lives of each person I encounter as an educator, author, and yoga therapist. Why do these things matter?