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2525 Wallingwood Dr, Building 1, Suite 300, Austin, Texas 78746
Tap into higher inspiration and refine your artistic skills with yogic tools and teachings that empower creative expression.
Artistic expression can be deeply fulfilling, but accessing creativity isn’t always easy. Creativity arises naturally in states of stillness and presence, which can be elusive when we are distracted by daily preoccupations and scattered thoughts. This is why yoga is such a gift for the artist. When we practice awareness in asana, pranayama, and meditation, we learn to see—and let go of—the distractions of the mind. It is from this place of clear seeing that inspiration springs forth.
All supplies included for the take-home art.
NO PRIOR ART/YOGA EXPERIENCE NECESSARY.
$40 EARLY registration before Thursday, August 17th
$45 STARTING Thursday, August 17th/AT DOOR
(spots are limited so RSVP ASAP)
About Leah Chyma:
I love art, writing, and culture. My life is lived by love, patience, and karma so, naturally, I produce work that fills my soul and strengthens those around me.
About Joy Scola:
I first fell in love with Yoga when I was introduced to Acrobatic Yoga (Acro Yoga) 5 years ago after arriving in Texas from California. Since moving to Austin a year later, and receiving my 200 hr CT in Hatha, I have made it my life's mission to inspire others to live a more holistic, active lifestyle.
A blend of modalities, my teaching leaves space for healing while remaining playful. Mostly slowed down for time to feel into the poses with a strong focus on breath and mindfulness. I like to weave different styles to create a unique, intentional experience that leaves you feeling relaxed and grounded. Yoga has been a messy, healing journey of calling home the parts of myself that I’ve disconnected from in moments of fear and pain. I want to be the light in the darkness for others who are trapped in the misbeliefs and lies that took root while learning how the world works. I want to show them, there’s a path to coming back to wholeness.