In addition to master’s degrees in neuroscience and special education, I am a life long spiritual seeker. I have studied and practiced many, many years in a variety of schools of yoga, Eastern philosophy, Ayurvedic living principles, and Hindu mythology. Most recently I identify with Rajanaka yoga philosophy, a Tantric philosophy. My primary teachers are Douglas Brooks and Sarahjoy Marsh. My yoga training and practice have granted me space and quietness of mind enough to feel the rhythm and pulsation of life in everything and everyone around me. It is this pulsation that hooks me like a drug and draws me into the dance of relationship with life: the sorrow, the grief, the ecstasy, the passion, the work, the need, the trees, the being. This state I recognize as Goddess, and I celebrate with each passing breath. This state I recognize as God, and I celebrate with each passing movement. This state I celebrate with each interaction, each class.
Angela Grace, MS, ERYT500, C-IAYT
Each session will include gentle movement, breath work, meditation, and discussion. You will learn specific techniques that you can practice at home. Discussion topics include the neurobiology of willpower and shame, viragya and abhyasa, self-care and self-indulgence, and the addiction cycle.
This workshop is for anyone wrestling with harmful habits or body image issues.
About Angela Grace Faulk, MS, C-IAYT, ERYT500: Angie has been teaching yoga classes, workshops, and retreats for over 15 years. She is certified with the International Association of Yoga Therapists and Yoga Alliance. In addition, she has a master’s degree in neuroscience. Angie brings a wealth of personal practice and life experience to her teaching, along with a wry sense of humor.
All levels welcome.
No drop in once the workshop has begun.
Saturdays 1-3pm Oct. 7, 14, 21, 23 Nov. 4, 11
$165 before September 1; $185 after
Contact Live Well if finances are a problem.