Do you need a little more calm during the holidays?
Join Catherine Carrigan and Sarah Defoor on Dec. 5 to transform your ability to turn off stress in a matter of minutes at a 3-hour workshop you can sign up for here.
What: A 3-hour workshop to learn how to calm your mind with breath, mudras and affirmations, the modern version of sacred mantras.
When: Sunday, Dec. 5 from 1 to 4 p.m. EST
Where: Yovana Yoga in Downtown Calhoun, Georgia
How you will benefit: Learn to calm your mind, ease anxiety and depression and achieve a state of inner peace. Isn’t this what we all need in December? You can participate in the workshop in a chair or on the floor.
Your presenter: Catherine Carrigan has taught yoga in Atlanta for 26 years. At age 62, she still teaches 8 yoga classes every week. She is a medical intuitive healer, author of 10 books and host of the Natural Healing Show for UK Health Radio. During the pandemic, she gave away her Amazon number 1 bestseller The Little Book of Breathwork to people in 17 different countries. You can find out more about her work at www.catherinecarrigan.com and www.unlimitedenergynow.com. You can find out about her books at her Amazon Author Central Page at this link.
Your host: Sarah Defoor is the owner and founder of Yovana Yoga. Catherine Carrigan and Sarah Defoor are both students of Dr. Loren Fishman and were recently certified to teach yoga for osteoporosis and take a similar approach teaching alignment-based yoga.
Cost: $55 early bird paid in full by November 26th. $60 after the 26th. Sign up here.
“I do all my work prayerfully,” says author and yoga teacher Catherine Carrigan.
“My guidance kept insisting that I write a book about breathing but I kept questioning myself.
“Only after finishing the rough draft of The Little Book of Breathwork did I fully appreciate why that was so necessary.
“Many people have written fairly academic books about breathing that make this subject more complicated than it truly needs to be.
“On top of that, although millions of people around the world practice yoga few truly appreciate the transformative power of hand mudras, which are simple gestures you can do with your hands to completely change the way you feel.
“I have used these techniques for decades with clients suffering from anxiety as well as with those who were unable to achieve a meditative state of mind.
“I call the routine I describe in The Little Book of Breathwork “Eight Minutes to Inner Peace” because you can change the way you feel in a matter of minutes.
“Prescription anti-anxiety drugs don’t even work that fast.
“Many people suffering from anxiety turn to drugs – legal and illegal – or alcohol because they know no other ways to calm their mind.
“My hope is that by sharing this life-changing information, you will feel back in control of the way you feel and can bless yourself and others with the inner peace your soul so deeply needs.”
Even if you do not suffer from anxiety or depression, many people have difficulty meditating because they are unable to turn off their highly intelligent minds.
Learning how to calm your mind through breathwork, mudras and affirmations can allow you to access deeper states of meditation.
Lastly, many people suffer breathing difficulties – asthma, COPD and even the after effects of COVID-19.
“I got into exercise because I was diagnosed with asthma in my early 30s,” says Catherine Carrigan.
“The steroid inhalers prescribed by my doctors just made me feel dizzy and awful, so I made the decision on my own to start exercising regularly to increase my overall lung capacity.
“It wasn’t until I started practicing yoga that I really learned how to breathe.
“Now that I’ve been teaching yoga for 26 years doctors can find no trace of asthma and I can breathe freely and easily.”
To attend the workshop Sign up here.
If you are unable to attend in person or would prefer one-on-one instruction in person or via Zoom, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 678-612-8816. If you are outside the U.S. please send a message to that number via WhatsApp.
What is healing? Healing happens when you learn how to integrate breathwork, mudras and affirmations to calm your mind.