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Made in Brazil with Mexican ingredients, Rosa Santana, Iyengar Yoga and International Association of Yoga Therapists Certified, has been studying, teaching, and propagating the therapeutic art of Iyengar Yoga since 1995. She was drawn to the mental and physical discipline after suffering three accidental falls, one of which fractured her tailbone. Since healing her back, neck and sciatica pains, she has introduced yoga to thousands of students who had never experienced this healing art and science. She used yoga therapy on herself when dealing with Covid symptoms recently.
Lisa Ware AKA Aiylah Valkyrie She is an Ordained Minister, published author, life and business coach, Shamanic Practitioner and Reiki Master Teacher. She is the Executive Director of Yoga 4 Love Online Training Programs, President of non profit Inner Goddess Retreats, Inc. and Shaman/Priestess at Temple of the Sacred Heart non denominational church. Lisa’s ‘why’ is to empower women to find their passion, platform and potential in the world, so that we may all live a life of health and financial freedom, adventure, joy and magick. Lisa is the Executive Director of Yoga 4 Love Online Training Programs and the President of Inner Goddess Retreats, Inc. 501(c)(3). In 2008 she founded yoga4love.com in honor of her mom’s positive journey through breast cancer and from the inspiration her mom made in the people she touched volunteering with a national non profit. Her mom crossed over in 2008, and since then Lisa’s path has been shown by Source to show up and serve as a space holder and Guide for women to rise up into their best version of themselves. She is a seasoned national yoga conference presenter/lecturer, and has taught over 9.5K hours of yoga. She regularly holds Ceremony, women’s circles and yoga retreats on their sacred land in Texas. Lisa and her Team Y4L hold destination retreats in Colorado and Hawaii. Her higher purpose is working with Ceremony through sacred Plant Medicine and Kambo. Lisa’s ‘why’ is to empower women to find their passion, platform and potential in the world. so that we may all live a life of health and financial freedom, adventure, joy and magick. Lisa is a happy wife married to Richard since 1992, who also teaches yoga. She is a mom of two, her son is an active duty Petty Officer in the US Navy, a submariner, currently on deployment as a Nuclear Engineer Operator. Her daughter, a senior in high school, is a fun-loving horseback rider and vocalist. Her first book, published in 2018 is titled: Yoga 4 Love,Tools for Mind, Body, and Spirit: For a Holistic Lifestyle. Her life’s work is to leave a legacy for her family, to impact the globe with wellness and yoga and bring forth tools to help positively transform and ultimately empower the lives of others, impacting the world through traditional yogic teachings and doing the work of the 21st Century Goddess. Her deepest desire is to help others stay Woke and bring forth their tools to raise the frequency of the planet, our Mother, Gaia. Yoga 4 Love has been Expanding Horizons and Inspiring Positive Change since 2008.
Geraldine was born and raised in Milan (Italy) and graduated in Marketing and Communication at the University of Turin. She is a natural born healer who's also been trained in Pranic Healing, Barbara Brennan Fundamentals, Magnetism, and Energy Medicine. She is a certified Spiritual Healer, Reiki Master, and Intuitive and a member of the International Association of Medical Intuitive, Canadian Reiki Association, and Association of Spiritual Healers of Alberta. Her services are provided in English, French, and Italian. Recently, The Energy Healing Magazine awarded her as one of the top ten energy healers in the world in 2019.
Liz graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in May of 2000. She has worked in the Fitness industry as a Personal Trainer and a TRX group instructor.Following a running injury in 2003, Liz began Pilates and discovered how valuable it was to her then 24-year-old body. She completed the full STOTT Pilates certification in 2005 and launched the first MIDTOWN Pilates program. She worked eight years as a manager and instructor before leaving a large club setting for a studio and focusing only on her Pilates education and training. When Liz is not teaching in the studio she enjoys running, volunteering at her children’s school, baking and training her new Labrador puppy Piper Jane.
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Pain specialist, yoga instructor, and Reiki Master Teacher Ginny Hamilton helps people cultivate comfort in their bodies. Her own experience with chronic neck and shoulder pain led her to study the techniques she now teaches to others in classes, workshops, and private sessions. In her sessions with private clients, Ginny helps relieve pain and teaches people how to keep their own pain from returning. In her engaging workplace workshops, Ginny teaches simple and proven techniques to release pain and restore energy, tailored to the specific needs of your profession and staff. She also teaches yoga classes at Serenity Yoga Studio in the South Hadley Village Commons. In her 25 years of experience designing curricula and leading capacity building workshops, Ginny has trained a wide variety of audiences, including community volunteers, homeless parents, housing developers, real estate brokers, planning and zoning officials, environmental advocates and health insurance employees. A seasoned public speaker, she is known for her interactive, enjoyable, and informative presentations. Ginny moved to South Amherst in 2012 with her spouse and young son. In addition to teaching, she has been a contributing columnist in the Daily Hampshire Gazette and on the Award Winning Hilltown Families blog. Daily she’s amazed by the beauty the Pioneer Valley offers, though her allergies beg to differ.
Daily Hatha Yoga classes 9:00 to 10: 00 am EST. We will lovingly create unique and inspiring classes that integrate a variety of Yoga traditions. These will keep the flow of energy and health moving in your body and mind. We are Patty Grant and Kirsten Askins. Patty will guide you on MWF and Kirsten on TThS&Sun. We are passionate about bringing to you our knowledge of Yoga, good food & methods of meditation. Make the commitment to yourself and to us and you will shift not only your physical self but transform on more subtle levels. Practice every day or at minimum three days a week. Classes will be recorded for your benefit, but we would love to see you learning live!
Originally from Australia, Kate holds degrees in Education, Counseling, and an MFA in Directing. Kate is a freelance theatre professional who has worked professionally in all aspects of theatre for over 40 years – including acting, directing, producing, writing, management and arts in healthcare She taught in the theatre department of a liberal arts college for 18 years, founded an arts in healthcare company focusing on storytelling and performance, and was Artistic Associate at a professional theatre company in Oregon where she also developed a successful outreach program. Kate has an unerring instinct and decades of experience in using the performing arts to bring people together in ways that surprise, delight and empower, inspiring community and building bridges. Kate is co-founder/Producing Artistic Director of Red Earth Theatre (2013) with whom she has created several original shows including one about recycling, a journey through Shakespeare, a verbatim theatrical performance of the long poem ‘The Wild Party’ performed with live music and ‘Loplop and the Queen’ her original play about Surrealist artists Maz Ernst and Dorothea Tanning who lived for a time in Sedona. She facilitates arts workshops for veterans at the VA as well as working with the Mental Health Coalition Verde Valley for an annual storytelling/performance project. Kate developed Performing Wellness ™ and is the author of Personal Magic- Conscious Empowerment Through Creativity & Spirit and offers workshops drawing on those tailored for individuals or groups. A sometime trail-runner and avid horsewoman, she also offers Equine Conversation sessions where individuals work with one of her horses leading to self-discovery and empowerment. All of her work, from teaching to theatre to horses, weaves a path to illuminate self-worth and nurture community through creative practical experiences.
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Michelle Sugiyama engages, inspires and empowers people to put themselves and their health first. While she is the Founder of Mindful Eating, a National Board Certified and Master Certified Health Coach, International Speaker and Nutritional Chef, Michelle did not begin her career in wellness. She received a M.S. in Chemistry and then quit corporate America after ten years. She graduated from Le Cordon Bleu and founded a personal chef company so families could eat healthy food around their own dinner table. She went back to corporate America as the highlight of numerous employee wellness programs with captivating seminars and culinary demonstrations. Due to Michelle’s passion for lifelong service, she recently became a #1 Bestselling International Author in “Break Free to Stand in Your Power.” For over 16 years, Michelle has enhanced the wellness of busy women, families and employees at mid-sized to Fortune 100 companies by bridging the gap between knowing you should be healthy and actually doing it. While science-based, with a focus on the microbiome, she gives simple, effective and practical tools so you can truly enjoy the golden half of life. Michelle’s inspirations are her 9-year-old adopted daughter and 101-year-old grandmother; whose mantra was Health is #1.
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Annette Licitra is a Plant-Based Chef + Certified Holistic Health Coach, and owner of Passionette Palate. After spending 12+ years in various corporate finance positions at large CPG and energy companies, she is now following her true passion – helping others transform their lives from the inside out through delicious, life-giving foods. She is passionate about providing unique recipes, educational experiences, and support for a strong nutritional foundation as you invest in your health so that your body can shine for you! The services she offers through her business are: * Individual Health & Wellness Coaching (virtual / phone) * Personal Kitchen Tour (virtual and in-person) * Grocery Store Tour (in-person) * Virtual and In-Person Cooking Classes / Demos * Corporate Speaking Opportunities / Wellness Workshops (virtual and in-person) Here is my website: http://passionettepalate.com/ My FB, IG and LinkedIn links are on the homepage of my website
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My name is Leanne Holitza, I am an intuitive wellbeing coach and energy healing practitioner. My goal is to help people, who are aware they are energetic beings, to align themselves to their highest potential through the work of intention and energy clearing. I use my ability to see energy and thoughts to help you align with what you want in life. My gift is the ability to see your subconscious connections and help bring them back into consciousness. I teach classes and offer group healings to help empaths and energetically sensitive individuals find a way to protect their energy field so they can feel grounded in their own manifestation fields. I want to teach you how to know yourself in this way! I have been helping people clear their energy and find themselves again since 2007.
My connection to clay began in a pottery class in 1981. Of course, in the world’s sea of potters, I am simply a drop of experience. There are many others with in-depth technical experience, more clay and glaze mixing experience, and substantial firing experience. I have never had aspirations of being known for the pots I make, but having practiced throwing for over 35 years, I see myself as a skilled thrower. I know the commitment and rhythm needed to make a nice pot. Production potters aspire to fifty of the same mug in an hour for example. The rhythm of production is meditative, with the flowing repetition of the same hand movements combined with the same amount of pressure. It is a practice in seeing, feeling and intending. When I first opened my business I threw pots for survival. I was recently divorced with two babies, ages 2 and 4. Unable to afford childcare, I had to find a way to make a living from home. I always knew that someday I would be a potter... the time had come. Any apprehension about my skills was overshadowed by the responsibility of feeding two children. I made many inferior pots in the beginning, and I had to make a lot of acceptable ones to earn a living. Through that commitment (to feed my kids!) I put in the hours and acquired the skills I have today. Unlike other Potters or Artists, I don't have a degree. Primarily self-taught, I also learned from other potters, beginning with Mrs. Isobelle Karl at High Mowing School in Wilton, NH. Mrs. Karl always said “adults should teach themselves” and “it takes a lot of practice!” I lived by those words and remember her telling me to notice what worked and what didn’t. Body awareness was essential, and I learned to pay attention to the subtleties of pressure and placement of the body and hands. Outside of high school I only took one other pottery class, at Skidmore College. Suffice it to say, the teaching style was extremely different and I did not return to the ‘ceramics’ department again. I went on to work for two commercial potteries; the Kilnworks Pottery in St. Thomas, USVI, owned by Peggy Seiwert, and Pottery by Pankratz in Monument, Colorado. But as many potters will tell you, no one can really teach you to throw. You just have to do it - a lot. Like learning to play a musical instrument, or any other art form, after watching and trying other people’s techniques, you find your way into a style and rhythm all your own... with years of practice. In 1999 I opened my business, 'The Voice of Clay', as a production potter selling wholesale. I also started teaching both children and adult classes several times a week. While I was aware of clay’s impact my own energy, it wasn’t until I taught many classes that I realized the effect clay was consistently having on others. People always reported feeling more relaxed, grounded, and centered after a class. I became curious about the therapeutic qualities of clay, but not as in 'art therapy'. I wanted to understand what it was about this material that had such an impact on the body. I looked for a training on-line, what little there was back in 2007 or so, and a woman named Lauana Lei appeared. Her company, LL’s Magnetic Clay (now Enviromedica), was offering a training in clay bath therapy. I flew out to Arizona and was immersed in the healing power of clay - its negative ionic charge which can absorb and adsorb toxins (heavy metals and environmental toxins) from the body through the skin. At this training Lauana invited a biological dentist to speak about the benefits of clay, pre and post mercury amalgam removal. I had no idea what a mercury amalgam was, but soon discovered that I had nine in my mouth, and that mercury is the second most toxic thing on the planet! I returned from that training wanting to do two things - get the nine amalgams removed safely from my teeth and get my Esthetics license so I could immerse people in clay and provide clay body treatments. As a result, I worked for ten years in a spa doing just that - clay body treatments, clay baths, foot baths, and Dr. Hauschka facials. In 2010 my journey shifted. My brother Michael passed away due to complications with diabetes. It was unexpected. I made a conscious choice - to use the pain to further my evolution - enrolling in an MA program for Transpersonal Psychology through Atlantic University in Virginia Beach, VA. Alongside that education I went through a three year Somatic Breathwork training, so I was learning about altered states of consciousness and then having them! Throughout that four year period I transformed, specifically my emotional body. I discovered how to allow it to flow without letting it rule the roost. I learned enough to completely eradicate the high anxiety I was prone to inflicting on myself. I discovered how to energetically detoxify my system with the breath and with awareness of the mental and emotional bodies. Ultimately I discovered I was the clay, in relationship and co-creating with the “Master Potter” (call it what you will, God, Goddess, Yaweh, Universe, Nature, etc.). I saw the transformation of clay, based on the four elements: water, fire earth and air, as a living example of what we are being asked to ‘see’ in ourselves. Self-reflection and taking responsibility for ones body, thinking and emotions is powerful medicine!
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