Whether you stay up to watch the ball drop, or head to bed early, on January 1st we all wake up and suddenly it’s a new year. Just like that. It’s easy to let life happen to you, to carry over the energy of the previous year into this year. But a new year holds the magical energy of potential and change. So what do we do with that?
Many people try and harness that energy by setting goals or… >> learn more.
We all know there is a lot to think about when you are a new momma. Making decisions for self-care is hard with minimal sleep, an endless stream of dirty diapers, and figuring out a feeding schedule. All of that on top of the societal pressure of getting the pre-baby body back, magnified along every grocery store aisle with magazine covers of celebrities boasting unrealistic beach bods weeks after giving birth. What’s missing from the narrative is how to help… >> learn more.
Into the Mystic: Mediumship and Beyond Sunday April 8th
Meditation can open up all things mystical, including the spiritual gifts of mediumship, empathy and beyond. Join Cait Allison for this unique class on how to safely connect with your guides from beyond, and how to incorporate a practice of mediumship into a healing journey from grief. If you’ve ever been curious about whether or not you could be a medium, this class is for you!
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Essential Tools for the Overwhelmed Empath
Sunday March 11th
Feeling overwhelmed? Exhausted? Overly emotional?
Join Cait Allison for this unique class on self-care for the self-aware empath. If you find yourself being empathic or extra sensitive to foods, medicines, crowds, situations or people, over just generally overwhelmed this is the class for you. Cait will guide you through an experiential practice to explore a variety of tools to cleanse, protect and restore your energy in… >> learn more.
This Valentine’s Day, take the time to nourish yourself, as well as your relationship, by learning new tools to deepen love and intimacy on a mind, body and spirit level.
Join your Cupid for the evening, Cait Allison, for an experiential workshop designed to build trust, connection and intimacy for couples on all levels, as well as a deeper relationship with your own soul. Join us at the Meditation Room for an evening of play, connection, fun, joy, love, healing… >> learn more.
Diastasis Recti is a fancy term for when the abdominal wall begins to give way to intra-abdominal pressure. That means from the inside out, as opposed to the outside in. Most often this happens to women in their third trimester of pregnancy, although sometimes it can affect men as well with weight gain.
During the post partum period, women are often focused on breast-feeding, managing life with little sleep, and perhaps, if there is time, working out. But very few… >> learn more.
My greatest teacher on shame wasn’t some great researcher or professor, or even some spiritual guru or book. No, I stumbled upon my mentor in the most unusual of places—a brothel in Johannesburg.
Who more qualified to preach on the matter than a sex worker, an ancient profession intimately familiar with rubbing up against societal shame?
I was conducting my thesis research, spending a lot of time in brothels and sex workers’ homes getting to know them, and trying… >> learn more.
It started with a thought that I needed to take cash out the following morning. I turned over in bed, simultaneously remembering I needed to transfer money from savings to cover rent. Another toss and a pillow adjustment, later: “what about retirement and my lack of savings skills?” Yet another twist, toss, and turn. The night was quickly evolving into what most Americans experience before falling asleep. I found myself stuck in a catastrophic thought hurricane of plotting and… >> learn more.
Everyone has a different story for how they found yoga–whether it’s through a friend pushing them to go to a class, seeking pain relief from an injury, or at the recommendation of a doctor. Mine is really about how I found me, my truest self, and my deepest fears all on a gross, old yoga mat. I started a personal practice as a teenager, nearly a decade ago. Most people remember those awkward teenage years–the braces, the… >> learn more.