Upcoming Yoga Workshops and Events with Julie
audio courses with julie
Heal your nervous system, improve your relationship with food, learn how to talk to yourself in your own head, and practice pleasure every day. Use my coupon code STRESS10 for $10 off at checkout: https://courses.spiritualityhealth.com/p/stress-management-skills-for-real-life
Spend a moon cycle getting to know the Tantric moon phase goddesses and what they have to teach you about your deisre. Use my coupon code MGM2018 for 10% off: https://courses.spiritualityhealth.com/p/moon-goddess-meditations
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Ten Principles for Creating a Sustainable Career–and Feeling Good About It!
$160+tax. $125 limited time only! Details and register: https://oceanandcrow.pike13.com/pack_products/498637
Lie down for two hours in cozy, comfortable restorative poses to calm your mind while Haley and I offer massage and energetic touch to heal your soul! These workshops are led by both Haley Plaa and me and are limited to 10 participants, held at Ocean and Crow Yoga studio. They are $50+tax if you register early.
Saturday, April 27th, 2:00-4:00pm. $50+tax before April 20th, $55+tax after. https://oceanandcrow.pike13.com/courses/196913
exploring boundaries, building bridges: connecting yoga, community, and self yoga outreach conference panel
How do we co-create safer more meaningful yoga and spiritual communities? Matthew Remski, keynote speaker, asks this question in his latest book “Practice and All is Coming: Abuse, Cult Dynamics, and Healing in Yoga and Beyond,” which offers a sober view into collective and intergenerational trauma. It also offers a clear pathway forward into enhanced critical thinking, student empowerment, self-and-other care, and community resilience.
To enhance this dialogue we have curated an amazing group of thoughtful and thought provoking panelists to further explore topics including compassionate boundary making and conflict resolution, self-care and all its many facets, and the concept of spiritual bypassing. Attendees will experience thoughtful challenges to predetermined ideas about what it means to live according to yogic principles of compassion and respect, while confronting harm for the benefit of communities, and individuals.
Other speakers include: Farah Nazarali, Julie Peters, Insiya Rasiwala-Finn, Sjanie McInnis, Leslie Wilkin, Danielle Braun-Kaffman, Liana Yip, Renee Turner, & Sarah Holmes de Castro.
Saturday, May 25th, 9:30am-5:30pm at Creative Coworkers 250 Alexander Street, $75 before May 5th, $100 after.