Please join me for this special collaborative workshop as I join together with two incredible women to create an experience where there will be time to bask in relaxation, introspection, giving and receiving, as we look at exploring some aspects of dharma and karma.
I felt compelled and pulled to teaching despite being so shy I could barely get in front of people and speak complete sentences. I do believe it is part of my life's work and purpose. When I meet other's that have followed in their own passion pursuits, I want to help lift them up and share them with new people they may not have encountered.
This restorative/yin style practice will be accompanied by the beautiful music of cellist Jean Gay. There have been studies that show benefits of classical music ranging from decreased stress/anxiety/blood pressure levels to increased creativity/productivity to helping with sleep and pain. There has also been research into the benefits of learning to play instruments as we get older in regards to memory and mental functions.
You will be surrounded by the beautiful artwork of Meagan Jain. I met her when she was a former student who exuded an unending passion for working with the 'elderly'. She founded the nonprofit 'Ageless interAction' whose mission it is to bridge the age barrier and support all of us in the process of aging through creative arts. Her love of giving back is vibrant and evident. Her artwork and mural work is outstanding.
I would love to have you join us in this sensory experience where hopefully you can begin to forge a deeper connection not only with yourself, your truth, and your own creativity, but others who are working to serve the community and create change as well.
Let me know if you have any questions. My contact is firstname.lastname@example.org.