renew . restore . rebalance
As the Spring Equinox marks the transition from winter to spring, we are presented with an opportunity to renew, restore and rebalance our bodies, minds and eating habits.
March 22, 2018
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm
$30 per person or $50 per couple
(A portion of the proceeds with be donated to the Heartly House of Frederick)
Our evening begins with a flight of delectable teas as Christina Brockett, Master Nutritionist, leads a fascinating discussion on the healing properties of the seamingly near magic leaves. Geni Donnelly, co-founder of Yogamour, will then guide the group through a gentle 45 minute yoga journey followed by a thoughtful discussion on the power of movement and breath as it relates to physical health and mental well-being.
A two course delicious vegetarian bounty with juice pairing, will then be served by the softness of candle light as Christina explains the wisdom of working towards eating unprocessed, local and organic.
Our evening will conclude with a 15 minute guided meditation to further satiate the senses.
This workshop will provide you with an understanding of the benefits of a yoga practice, an incredible vegan meal with an education on eating local, organic and unprocessed, with recipes to take home! Journals, pens and yoga props will be provided, so just show up and be prepared to be pampered!
Geni Chambers Donnelly
Based in Frederick, Maryland, Geni, E-RYT 500, YACEP® , and co-founder of the nonprofit organization Yogamour. She is a registered Prana Flow® yoga teacher and 500 Hour Advanced Yoga Therapist. Further credentials include certification in Trauma-Sensitive Yoga for PTSD with David Emerson and Bessel van der Kolk of the Trauma Center of Justice Resource Institute in Massachusetts, as well as a Yoga for Cancer (Y4C) Teacher Training with Tari Prinster, Trauma-Informed Yoga Training taught by Kala Khouri with Off The Mat Into the World, and The Prison Yoga Project at Omega Institute. Current studies and certification in Somatic Experiencing® Professional Training.
Having practiced yoga for decades, Geni has been teaching public yoga classes, and trauma sensitive yoga classes for survivors of trauma and marginalized communities since 2008. She has led yoga volunteer retreats in the US, Puerto Rico and Asia. Geni co-leads Trauma-Informed Yoga Training Programs for yoga teachers, educators, therapists and social workers.
Christina Brockett, MS, CNS, LDN is a board certified integrative and clinical nutritionist who believes that the biochemical uniqueness of a person requires a customized blueprint to optimize health and, where necessary, address dysfunction or disease. She is the founder of Encompass Integrative Wellness, LLC and is a licensed dietitian-nutritionist within the State of Maryland. Additionally, she holds a professional membership with the American College of Nutrition.