World renowned yoga teacher Elena Brower will be helping participants tap into their 'home frequency' during this online yoga event.
The Trailblazery are well known for their extraordinary Moon Medicine events and their online offerings are every bit as special.
Since lockdown they have hosted gatherings for and with women all over the world. Their latest instalment, hosted by founder Kathy Scott, features world renowned yoga teacher, author, artist and global women’s leader Elena Brower and acclaimed musician Margie Jean Lewis.
The online event is called 'Walking Each Other Home' and takes place online at 7pm tomorrow.
Elena will lead an experiential practice exploring what she calls our ‘home frequency’. She will also share practical ways for people to locate their true sense of self, tap into their ‘home frequency’ and share their creative gifts with the world.
“I am completely over the moon to welcome my teacher and mentor Elena Brower to our circle," says Kathy. "When I first met her at Virayoga in New York all those years ago I knew I had found one of my teachers .
"She has been my greatest guide through times of difficulty, mentor in times of challenge and my cheerleader as I finally stepped into my power and leadership.
"I know Elena will share the same teachings with our amazing Moon Medicine guests. As women, it’s more important than ever to work to elevate each other and help one another to be the best we can be. Elena’s experience and skill as a guide on this journey is not to be missed."
The Trailblazery believe that Moon Medicine should be available for women from all walks of life, especially in these current circumstances, so they have created a range of sliding scale payment options for anyone who needs support.
Tickets cost €25. The Trailblazery have also created a number of free spots for anyone who needs them. For tickets, visit www.thetrailblazery.com
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