Pop-Up Workshop:


Transforming our Breathing

& Creating a Sacred Space!

Helllooooo Goddesses! 

I am so excited for you all to meet one of my dear friends for over ten years now. She is my dancing road dog, just as passionate about holistic wellness, and overall beautiful soul. Meet Gulia, everyone! 

Gulia Huertas
Owner/Instructor
P.s Yoga
2725 N. Thatcher Ave. Suite 300
773.637.0560
Psyogachicago.com
Gulia has studied under Srivatsa Ramaswami, Edward Clark, and Manju Jois, the son of K. Pattabhi Jois, and Suddha Weixler and David Swenson. Although Gulia originally began practicing yoga as a way to stay fit despite back injuries, her interest in the spiritual side is what led her to become an instructor and open a studio of her own.
The deeper Gulia delved into her personal practice, and the more she learned about the history and traditions of yoga, the more enlightened she felt. She opened P.S. Yoga in 2008 as a sanctuary where she could practice yoga and invite others to join her. Gulia is an authorized Ashtanga Yoga teacher, Reiki Master, and Thai Yoga bodywork Therapist.


On April 5, 2020, we will be learning how to transform our breathing with the pranayama intensive technique. 

This pranayama intensive is about more than learning how to breathe. It is an in-depth look at understanding, building, and directing energy. Without breath, there is no energy, there is no life, and there is no yoga. By learning more about how your breath works, you can improve the quality and capacity of your life force.  

Experience the profound effect that conscious, deep diaphragmatic breath can have in your life. The life force moving inside you is the greatest tool of all for tapping into deep healing, lasting joy, and immeasurable peace.


Right After:

Creating Your Sacred Space

 

Nicole Harry is the Founder & CEO of Nicole Designs All, a lifestyle brand helping awaken the Goddess and God within through holistic healing practices and crystal jewelry. Her designs are influenced by art nouveau, avant-garde, and contemporary design aesthetics. Since 2012, she has employed the ancient technique of wire wrapping to create her unique designs.

Creating a sacred space will also help to enhance and support any healing therapies such as meditation, yoga, journaling, and the like. It’s common knowledge that interior design can affect your mood and well-being. By the way that's what I have my degree in! I'm an interior designer by trade. At least before the economy crash happened back in 08. Anyhoo, as Coco Chanel once said, “An interior is the natural projection of the soul.” While it doesn’t hurt if the decor and furnishings are beautiful and striking, the most important aspect of a sacred space is how the energy feels. Every room in your home should feel special and comfortable for your lifestyle and needs, a basic guideline for optimal living and well-being. In particular, your sacred space should serve as the place where you leave behind the chaos of the world and go inward to heal and restore the mind-body-spirit.
We will share some simple basic things that you can put in place right after our session together! 

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    Muchas gracias. ?Como puedo iniciar sesion?


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