Crystal Bowls Soundbath, Fun with Yoga Props, New Moon Gatherings; each week we try to have relevant and fun workshops that help to expand and grow your yoga practice and knowledge!
May 19th 7-9pm
A sacred anger container for the divine feminine to be fully seen, heard, and expressed. For all of the times we have supressed our emotions, our voice, our truth, we come together and hold space for our inner flame to fully ignite.
Join Jennifer for this women’s gathering to fully express your anger, rage, wounds, or sadness in a safe and cleansing way. Using modalities such a somatic movement, Breathwork, healthy rage practices, community and group work, vocal release, and much more.
We will collectively and individually move through the sensations of our anger, transmuting the destructive elements into creative power. Tune into the somatic, expand your window of tolerance, and allow your body to guide you safely back into your deepest feminine essence.
Art of Self Care/Daily Habits of a Yogi
Thursday, May 25 at 5:45pm
Do you suffer from low energy, fatigue, brain fog, or trouble sleeping?
Do you wake up feeling heavy and tired and depend on caffeine and sugar to get through the day?
Join Dana Skoglund, Master Certified Life and Mindset Coach, for a one hour talk on how to bring your yoga off the mat and into your daily routines.
Based on the time-tested wisdom of Ayurveda (yoga's sister science) and backed by modern science, these habits will boost your energy naturally and help you sleep like a baby so you can wake up feeling light, refreshed and invigorated.
Discover the 3 non-negotiable habits to feel as good as you do after yoga class - all day long.
Paying it Forward: Family & Systemic Constellations
For close to 20 years, family constellation work has called me into purposeful action across nations – as a facilitator & host, program coordinator & educator, supervision consultant, and Cowichan Tribes foster parent.
At is core, systemic constellation work has the potential to humanely explore socio-historical events thru a wide angle lens.
The process is attuned to the individual, while weaving into view family and extended collectives rooted in national legacies/values, and ancestral experience/epigentics.
As much as we inherit resilience – we also inherit generational wounding and necessary ways of coping.
Systemic Traumatologist, Karin Dremel MTS, shares that the basic formula for trauma includes our layered and “nested experiences of: too much, too soon, too sudden and too little.”
Trauma informed attachment between children, parents, grandparents, siblings, spouses, and extended families is expressed through generations of secrets, exclusion, silence, perpetrator-victim cycles and illness stemming from the greater forces & events of war, poverty, pandemics, displacement, immigration, genocide – and more recently – radiation, climate change, and digital technology.
In group Constellation Circles the practice of “standing in” as a representative of someone in a family, or as an aspect of the system, is paramount to the process – and – to the participant’s experience of standing in an other’s shoes.
According to Albrecht Mahr MD – representatives in the Knowing Field of a system: sense, know, offer, hold, connect, and inspire in relationship to the client and their system.
Representing is a relational practice – allowing us to access social, historical, and cultural contexts through embodied heartfelt experience. And, as a natural response to the constellation process, the system seeks new patterns of connection between forebears and descendants – creating opportunities to grow capacity and agency toward further mending and creative resilience.