The River Guild hosts workshops provided by external providers and individuals. We're always looking for more workshops and leaders, so contact us today if you would like to use our space for your next workshop!
New Life Vision: Jan. 14th @ 10:30am
Caregiver Yoga: Jan. 20th @ noon
Teacher: Kimberly Deziree
Do you feel like life is passing you by? Are you scared knowing this? Do you feel lost as if your life is empty, routine and unfulfilling because you have no direction, plans or goals? Are you aware that your thinking is the cause of your unhappiness? Then that unhappiness keeps you from dreaming about the real possibilities that life can be fun and exciting! Did you know that most people don't move forward because of blocks both conscious and unconscious? Wishing for a better life won't bring one, however creating a strategy with a coach like me will give you the map and motivation on how to do just that! If this sounds like you then please join me and take this journey...
Hello and Welcome!
I'm so excited to be teaching course! This will be life changing for all of us in the course. There are four individual modules that we will be going over during our time together.
In this course I will help you discover what it is you want for yourself and your future. Once you have a clear vision you will discover your own truths and will be better able to move forward with your life plan. Being empowered moves you forward decisively once you know what your vision is and removing the blocks is effortless once you have a strategy in place. You will be learning new skills to become that person you are meant to be, happy, successful, abundant and most of all content!
So if this sounds like what you were searching for to improve your life please join me and let's do this together!
Teacher: Megan Alexander
Taking care of a loved one who is unable to care for themselves autonomously is a pure expression of the power of love. It often takes tremendous amounts of physical and mental energy to meet their needs, and it is vital for all who provide care to integrate time and space to replenish this energy proactively to stay well and balanced.
Because they are so prevalent, it is a common misconception that group classes are the only way to practice yoga. Being a caregiver comes along with schedule restraints, energetic demands, and physical and emotional discomfort, all of which can make finding an appropriate and effective group class a challenge. This is where I intend to fill the gap: to provide caregivers with safe, simple, self-guided practices they can lean into when they have time, wherever they are, with no need to travel or set aside a large block of time.
In our time together during this workshop, we will explore four practices that address a variety of common needs of caregivers. After physically experiencing each practice, we'll take time to discuss any reflections or questions you have. You will be provided a detailed paper copy of all the practices we explore to take home. These practices will be short enough to memorize after a time so that you may integrate them into your daily routine as you see fit.
We will experience a practice for cultivating energy as you begin your day, for winding down and settling into more restful sleep, and two for taking quick breaks whenever you might have time during your day. It is important to note that these practices will be very general, so as to be useful to as many people as possible in our group setting. I will cover how we can work together individually at the end of our workshop should you be interested in addressing your specific needs with a tailor made practice.
Megan is a 700-hour certified yoga teacher who has been teaching since 2008. Her specialty is working individually with students to guide them on their own lifelong path of healing through daily practice. Megan is an empath, intuitive, and a lifelong student of all this world has to teach, she cannot wait to dive deeply with you if you feel a YES in your heart.