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What does it mean to take responsibility for your healing? To understand and be confident that we each have our own unique healing journey. Learn to become a part of the inner dialogue and part of the decision. HEAL our relationship with ourselves as a means to all healing, by using the body and mind as a way back into your HEART. Together, we will BREATHE, MEDITATE, MOVE and RELEASE. By attending this workshop, you will experience a combination of Buddhist informed practices for a heart based and proactive practice.

  • Movement to release physical and emotional tension stored in the body for you to better rely on yourself

  • Breathwork to balance the nervous system and boost emotional intelligence

  • Meditation and Mindfulness techniques to set yourself free of limiting beliefs as you reclaim your power

  • Vocal Release to exercise courage to speak your truth and become your own bff

  • Learn how to befriend your emotions and tap into your greatest resource of forgiveness and compassion

This is internal upkeep that will take you deeper. This is a purification and empowerment workshop.

Wednesday Feb 27 | 8 - 10PM

$35 | $28 for members

 
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Moun D’Simone is a transformational coach, meditation and yoga teacher. Born in Brazil, Moun moved to the U.S. at 15 years old, and after a decade of working as a model then photo editor at an international fashion magazine, she left NYC, on a one way ticket to India. She spent several years studying Yoga, meditation and Tibetan Buddhism in India, Thailand, Indonesia and Nepal, with some of the masters of our time. She became certified in Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga, MBSR Trainee, she also studied Contemplative Psychotherapy at Nalanda Institute in NYC. Her early life struggles with anxiety, self loathing and eating disorders have propelled her to explore the connection between mind, body and heart towards self healing and transformation. Leading her to create a unique trauma-informed method, combining modern science and ancient wisdom, based in meditation, yoga, breathwork and contemplative psychotherapy. Moun is passionate about supporting others restore their relationship with their bodies as a doorway into their hearts, and building a meaningful life. She is known for her contagious self expression, that compels you to want to be around her.

Moun is honored to also share her mission by working with kids at an orphanage in Nepal, and teaching retreats internationally. Some of her clients include Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, MindBodyGreen, NeueHouse, Maha Rose, Havas, RAMA Institute, Three Jewels, Sakara Life, and Wanderlust Hollywood.