Envision Event 2021 – Visioning & How to Create the Year You Want.

with Jessica Jennings, MS, ERYT, RYPT

Creator of Ma Yoga® for Pregnancy, Motherhood & Beyond Certified Feminine Power Transformational Facilitator

Everything starts with a thought. And after you have it – what’s next?

In this 15 minute visualization, I’ll guide you into clarity about the 2021 YOU want.

The first step to creating what you want happens inside.

Turn nurturing energy inward and discover your next steps in:

  • Health – body/energy/wellness (vata)
  • Love – relationships, beauty, food and body (kapha)
  • Work – projects/career/money (pitta)

Take 20 minutes to tap into your co-creative power before 2021 takes us in all sort of wacky directions!

Also, if you feel like you kind of ran around in circles in 2020…

After the meditation, I’ll pull back the curtain and share with you my system for getting things done, in between all the time I spend being a mom, a wife, and a yoga teacher.

It’s a super simple way to stay on your most meaningful path, no matter how busy life gets.

Let me know how it goes!

And hop in to a free yoga class to connect to your power, wisdom, and nurturing energy.

 
Thank you for spreading the Ma love!

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