WRITING THE BODY ALIVE
ONE DAY WORKSHOP WITH JAMIE WORSTER + SUE YOUNG, SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2020
Writing, Rest, Self Reflection, Nourishment, Slow Flow and Restorative Yoga
Writing the Body Alive
We’ll start the day with slow attentive movement to land in our bodies and settle the mind. Mindful movement and writing are the same thing. One feeds the other. Both are yogas. Join us for this embodied day of asana and writing. No experience necessary. Both will be fun, creative and by the end you will feel you have grounded yourself in yourself, in your body, thoughts and feelings. We’ll close our time together with a juicy restorative yoga practice heavily supported by props and steeped in stillness and silence to welcome integration of the day, reflection, and deep rest.
Location shared upon registration.
$127 before April 1, 2020
$154 after April 1, 2020
Ticket includes 2 Yoga Sessions (Slow Flow and Restorative Yoga), 2 Writing Workshops, Take home gift, Tea and Snacks
Payment via Venmo @Jamie-Worster-8,
By Check (Please email email@example.com for info needed)
Please prepay to reserve your space. Space is limited to 10 people.
10-11:15 – Slow Flow Yoga
11:00-12 – Writing Workshop
12-1:15. – Lunch/Optional Trail Walk
1:30-2:30 p.m. – Writing Workshop
2:30-3:30 -Restorative Yoga
3:30-4 Closing Circle
(*subject to change slightly)
Susan Lebel Young, MSC, MSEd therapist, author and long -time yogini, sees every moment as a chance for a deep dive into kindness, focus and presence. Sue is a learner, a teacher, a woman who for decades has studied and taught mindfulness practices in many transformational forms. Yoga. Stress Reduction. Writing. Embodied meditation. Heartfulness. Full Body Nourishment. Mind-Body Approaches to Counseling. Sue is as passionate about her own growth as she is about the evolution of her students and psychotherapy clients. She is so excited to be partnering with her dear friend Jamie to be students in our creative process.
Jamie is an innovator, connector and creator of supportive space for deep growth work. She is a “recovering perfectionist” who believes one of the most valuable things in life is laughter and good company. She is known to indulge her inner realist but makes sure to not trip up the magic that wants to come through. With her bright warmth, Jamie has a great knack for being approachable, inspiring and passionate about everyday Ayurvedic living. She is a kind, bold and truthful mama, wife, friend, teacher, student, leader, and guide. She has been a dedicated teacher of yoga asana in Southern Maine since 2009 and is a Certified Yoga Teacher and Yoga Health Coach, among other credentials. Her medicine is in her whole hearted approach to support others to find their way home to themselves as the source of their highest truth-telling and connection making.