Peace on the planet begins with peace at-home in our own bodies. We can’t bring peace to others if we are stressed, reactive, and dysregulated. In this transformative yoga practice, you’ll explore how to create a safe internal environment so the body to heal and experience peace.
Because we know through science that the issues live in our tissues, this practice is designed to give you the space to unravel any tension from past life experiences, inherited trauma, or day-to-day stress. We’ll explore how the body is a channel through which we process and express energy. Through yoga postures, dance, breathwork, meditation, and ceremony, you’ll create your own inner sanctuary--an internal environment that is optimal for healing.
This is a transformative opportunity for you to integrate the mind, body, and heart into one fully-expressed, supercharged vessel for healing and peace.
*This workshop is accessible for all bodies and abilities. Beginners are welcome + advanced practitioners will be challenged.
Early bird price $50 before April 15 ($60 after); $135 for all 3 before April 15 ($165 after).
Shannon Algeo is a life coach, motivational speaker, and yoga:meditation teacher. He is the host of the iTunes Top Podcast SoulFeed and interviews iconic wellness leaders in the wellbeing space like Deepak Chopra, Gabby Bernstein, Marianne Williamson, Caroline Myss, and many more. Shannon works with clients to heal old patterns of trauma and negativity so they can powerfully show up in the world to live a life of power, presence, and purpose.
Shannon was named one of the 2019 “35 Under 35 in Wellness to Watch” by Wanderlust and named one of the “Nicest Instructors in New York City” by RateYourBurn for his work as a yoga and meditation teacher. He leads corporate mindfulness programs for companies like the global non-profit (RED) founded by Bono as well as several start up companies. In addition to giving talks for lululemon and Wanderlust, Shannon was invited to speak at the United Nations for the "Yoga and the UN Culture of Peace.”