Retreats for Soulful Living Saturday workshops are wonderful. I attended a journalling workshop and left so inspired. It is so cozy in the studio too and it is connected to the cutest gift shop with all kinds of handmade things.”
Shannon lead an awesome afternoon of dyeing and now..... I’m addicted to indigo!
Some people have a presence that you feel safe with, a trusted guide, grounded and connected to self and spirit. Beth is one of those people. Over the years I’ve worked with Beth as a colleague in breath workshops, I’ve experienced her gift of holding a felt sense of sacred space for others. Beth welcomes the adventure and the pauses, bringing experience and depth to your creative journey.
I can’t think of enough good words to say to describe Cathy and Unite Us Yoga! Whenever I describe her or her class the first thing I always say is “she is just good for my soul”…good for my body too, but her class just puts me in a better frame of mind and I love it! There’s no judgement in her class. Whether you are new to yoga or have practiced yoga for years she will meet you where you are.
It should come as no surprise that when two “crafty” minds come together, they will naturally craft something up together. That was, in fact, the case with handmade mavens Shannon Mulkey and Christy Petterson and their joint effort in creating the Indie Craft Experience. As makers individually, they knew they wanted to create an event that would bring their community together and showcase the artisanship of handmade goods.
Beth’s compassionate and grounded presence invites an inner safety required to come home to one’s self. She is like a mid wife of the Soul, empowering those in her presence as she holds up their beauty and offers a space for it to bloom.
Cathy is an amazing yoga teacher and a precious soul. I’ve had many yoga instructors but never had one so involved one on one with each student. She strives to give that personable attention to each one that walks through her studio door. She is so knowledgeable about the yoga practice and her background as an occupational therapist gives her an edge.