In Your Element expands reach with digital 21-day personal development program
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What: IYE Evolve — 21 Days to Illuminate Your Inner Peace.
When: Wednesday, Dec. 2, through Tuesday, Dec. 22.
Where: Digital program from anywhere.
More information: Visit http://www.be-inyourelement.com/events.html for more information and to register, or call 970-445-0361.
MINTURN — Local yoga and adventure company In Your Element is leading a 21-day personal development program from Wednesday through Tuesday, Dec. 22. The program, called IYE Evolve — 21 Days to Illuminate Your Inner Peace, is led by In Your Element co-founders Kim Fuller and Mariah Schuette.
It’s $21 and designed to help participants alleviate holiday stress, ignite gratitude and enliven connection.
“Think ‘I evolve,’” Fuller said, “because that’s what this is all about — personal inquiry, intentional action and outward connection. We want to help people illuminate their inner peace during the bustling holiday season.”
IYE Evolve is set up digitally so participants can engage with it from anywhere in the world. It includes an IYE Evolve 2015 journal to print or work with on-screen, with daily practices and inquiry questions. Participants will receive two weekly meditations and one yoga podcast to their email inbox and can connect with the group with one weekly conference call on Tuesday nights during IYE Evolve.
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“It’s a great opportunity to commit to having the peaceful, enjoyable, connection-filled holidays you want to have,” Schuette said. “Dive in and see how a simple, daily practice can help you get a jump start on being mindful, peaceful and happy in 2016.”
A guided Winter Solstice meditation will complete the 21 days for participants. In Your Element will also hold a live Winter Solstice event on Tuesday, Dec. 22, for an additional workshop fee.
For more information and to register, visit http://www.be-inyourelement.com/events.html or call 970-445-0361.
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