SATURDAY | APRIL 27, 2019
6:30PM-9:30PM @ PRACTICE YOGA STUDIO - 2227 Cole St. Birmingham, MI 48009
$55 includes yoga, presentation, light snacks and smoothies, and a signature gift to remind you of the Metta & Moxie that exists within you.
Join Metta & Moxie for a restorative workshop that will welcome calm back into your chaotic life.
Our lives are often run by busy schedules and high stress that can cause us to feel exhausted and inadequate. Come join us for a vinyasa guided flow, followed by a presentation focused on the importance of mindfulness and our bodies response to stress that will help you reclaim calm in your life.
This workshop will benefit those who wish to take a break from the madness to recenter. You will leave our evening together with a renewed confidence in your ability to handle hard situations and a clear daily intention to refocus your mind, body, and spirit.
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“I have had the best day with this group of women. I feel so connected and that I’m leaving today with new friendships and connections. I’m feeling very restored, relaxed and loved!”
“This day felt relaxing and inspirational. It allowed me to connect my yoga practice directly to my life as a woman…”
“How grateful I am for how well put together this was. Your spirits are such a light. Thank you so so much!”
“For me, this wasn't just a retreat. it was a reminder of human kindness, community, and connection. The need all humans have for one another, for kindness.”
“I’ve never been able to connect with my body and spirit so much as I have been able to this weekend. I was able to quiet my overactive mind and just be and realize that I am okay.”
“I want my mom, my sister, my mother-in-law, sister-in-law, and all of my friends to come. This is truly one of the best gifts I have ever given myself.”
“Prior to this retreat I felt very alone with my pain…now I realize that we all have pain as a human being and we can and should seek support.”