Half-day yoga workshop set for Sunday in Eagle-Vail
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What: Wholeness Yoga Project half-day immersion.
Where: Revolution Power Yoga, 51 Eagle Road, Eagle-Vail.
When: 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday.
Cost: $75 for non-members or $65 for members.
More information: www.revolutionpoweryoga.com or 970-748-3176. Bring a journal and pen and be ready for yoga. A light snack will be provided by Nicola’s Raw Menu.
EAGLE-VAIL — Do you ever feel overwhelmed by stress, anxiety or frustration? Do you get stuck in a bad mood? Do you want to get out of your funk? Everyone has been there at some point, but you don’t have to stay in the same pattern. Join Julie Kiddoo and the Revolution Power Yoga community for The Wholeness Project.
You will learn tools to help you break out of your rut and live happier and healthier lives. The Wholeness Yoga Project is a half-day immersion workshop set for Sunday. It will offer alternative ways to manage mood and stress, and give you to the tools to apply the techniques to your daily life. Through yoga poses, breath work and journaling, you will tap into ways to manage depression and anxiety.
Julie Kiddoo, owner of Revolution Power Yoga and leader of the Wholeness Yoga Project, is a certified Baptiste teacher who has struggled with depression and anxiety since childhood. Kiddoo has had success with these techniques in her personal journey and has first-hand experience with how yoga can help manage people’s emotions.
‘TOOLS TO LEAD A HAPPIER LIFE’
“I will give you the tools to lead a happier, healthier life,” Kiddoo said. “This program will be life-changing in regard to how you view your depression and anxiety.”
Bring a journal and pen and be ready for yoga. A light snack will be provided by Nicola’s Raw Menu. Visit http://www.revolutionpoweryoga.com or call 970-748-3176.
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