An evening of yoga asana, ayurveda , discussion and self-reflection for women.
Join us for an exploration of the body and mind.
An event intended just for women to cultivate connection, grounding and empowerment.
This event includes:
Yoga asana - to balance the body
Meditation - to balance the mind
Om chanting - including how and why
Introduction to Ayurveda - learn how to balance your well-being
Journaling & Reflection
A take-home Ayurvedic reference guide
Ayurveda is an ancient, holistic, whole-body approach to health and healing.
With concepts based on our relationship to the natural world we are able to understand our unique nature and self. This approach unlocks the vitality and true potential in all beings.
About the teachers
Cecilia's yoga journey began in the year 2000 in Hamburg, Germany, where she was a fitness and aerobic instructor. Her love for people and the desire to learn and share the ancient wisdom of yoga and its healing qualities, made the transition to teaching yoga feel natural. She completed her first teacher training in 2004 and began teaching in Germany and Portugal before moving to Hawaii. She has completed 200hr RYT and 500hr RYT under Mary Bastien and Jennifer Reuter, 500hr Ayurveda healing course and massage therapy school. Cecilia also embraces a daily meditation practice taught to her by Dr.Paul Muller-Ortega.
Ivie was introduced to yoga in 2007 when she moved to Oahu. Through focused breath work, dynamatic movement, and long held poses, her physical, emotional, mental and energetic layers began to open and she discovered the incredible healing potential the practice had to offer. Yoga has been instrumental in helping her recover from a back injury and two cesareans within two years. It has improved her flexibility and helped her heal physically as well as energetically. After receiving a master’s in education in 2010, Ivie saw the benefit of the practice in the classroom. She became YogaEd certified and worked with the Farrington High School cross country team to teach middle school students at Kaimuki. And in 2018 she completed the Aloha Kula Yoga teacher training program.