Scars on the Land℠ – Using Nature & Mind/Body Therapy to Heal Ourselves

Scars on the Land℠ – Using Nature & Mind/Body Therapy to Heal Ourselves

This full day program,  in collaboration with the Highlands Ranch Metro Districts,  supports women in our community who are in a transition and seeking strategies for healing through nature and mind/body therapies. Scars on the Land℠ is for women suffering from sorrow, grief, depression or feeling anxious in today’s world. We will use nature, mind/body therapies and creative expression to heal broken places. Exploring the scars that we discover on our land will aid us as we will look deeper inside the scars of our inner selves.

Releasing the body’s memories through somatic movement and yoga, meditation, nature walking, journey mapping, and community circles the program aims to replenish and refuel each participant’s radiance. We will meet at 9:00 on the grounds of the Highlands Ranch Mansion and after spending our morning in nature, we will then arrive in the studio for lunch and the balance of our day’s program.  Lunch and all materials are included.

Event Details
Date: Thursday August 17
Time: 9:00-4:30
Fee: $89 pp
Venue: The Grounds of the Highlands Ranch Mansion and NamasteWorks Yoga Studio

Registration: Registration opens in two weeks. If you would like to ensure a space in this program, please send us a note to notify you on the day registration opens or call 303.725.1434.   Program space is limited.

Bring: water, sunscreen, sunglasses, comfortable walking shoes, hat and yoga mat

This program is brought to you by NamasteWorks Yoga + Wellness, LLC and the Highlands Ranch Metro Districts.   To learn more NamasteWorks Outdoors other nature & Mind/Body programs, visit www.namasteworksyoga.com/outdoors.  You can also learn more about your two guides, Nancy Levenson and Courtney O’Malley.

The Joyful Warrior

Based on nature’s seasonal turning points, we are reminded that the beauty of each season brings with it a shift in our own life. As we enter the season of darkness, these turning points are celebrated as sacred times for renewal, rebirth and regeneration. NamasteWorks Yoga + Wellness invites you to take part in embracing this seasonal change by joining us for “The Joyful Warrior”, a program specifically designed for those affected by seasonal affective disorder, depression or just seeking to find more JOY in life.

The Joyful Warrior

STARTING January 13 thru February 3, 2016

Four Wednesday Evenings from 6:00-8:00 pm

The Joyful Warrior NamasteWorks Yoga + Wellness

The intention for this woman’s program is to help you cultivate tools for inner compassion and enhance JOY at all levels of your being, physical, energetic, emotional, psychological and spiritual. Each two hour session will deepen your self-awareness of your physical body, enhance your flow of energy, infuse your vital life force, and help you get in touch your feelings and emotions through self-reflection, group discussion, journaling, interactive experiential practices and more. No prior yoga experience is required.

We encourage you to be the advocate of your own healing and discover that more JOY is your inherent right. This evidence-based program is guided by Nancy Levenson, a Professional Yoga Therapist and Erin Fugler Wester a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Yoga Instructor.

We value delivering a very high touch, intimate, and rich experience to this program in a private in-home sanctuary located in the heart of Highlands Ranch. You will delve deep into your inner world and discover you hold the power to infuse JOY into your daily life.

The Four Session Series is only $129.

 To Sign Up for the Program, send an email via the contact form on the website or call us directly at 303.725.1434. Space is limited.

The Instructors

Nancy Levenson
Nancy is founder of NamasteWorks Yoga + Wellness, LLC. She is an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher, ERYT-500, a 1,000 HR Professional Yoga Therapist and champion of yoga as a Healing Art. Nancy’s mission is helping others restore optimal health through mind, body and spirit practice using breath with movement. She is dedicated to a life-long study, practice and teaching of yoga and yoga therapy. She guides private yoga therapy sessions, workshops, group classes and serves as a 200 HR Integrative Yoga Therapy Affiliate School Program Director in Colorado. She is also certified in Ayuryoga, Restorative Yoga and serves as a mentor to students in the 1,000 program.

Erin Fugler Wester
As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with more than 10 years experience, she has worked in community mental health, private practice as well as medical settings. Erin holds a Master of Science Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Seattle Pacific University, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Colorado State University and earned her 200 hour level yoga instructor certification from NamasteWorks. She is passionate about guiding children and families to a place of health, balance and wellness. She uses a systems perspective and integrates mind, body and spirit through asana, mediation and storytelling.