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Friday, March 13 • 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Beauty Myth on the Mat: Love Who You Are, and Not How you Look

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Worry about how you look in class?  Catch yourself comparing?

A recent survey found 97% of women hate some part of their bodies.  Half of men polled felt the same way.  Such an internal battle cannot help but affect how we practice on the mat.  If we are hating some part of what we are working with, how can we hope to love what we are doing?  


End the shame and blame about how you look!   Forever banish the “she looks better” and “I wish I looked like that”, and instead, learn how to come to your mat to celebrate your body instead of going to your mat to fix it.

During this event, Janet will share stories and insights from her book, “Love Your Body”, in which she shares her own evolution from childhood assault survivor to anorexic, to compulsive eater to happy yogi.  The workshop will end with practical methods for feeling empowered, peaceful and delighted with the body you have.

Be prepared to move - and move with freedom, ease and JOY.

Leave refreshed, clearer, and more in love with YOU!

Presenters
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Janet Farnsworth

Founder, The Practice of Now: Let Love Move You
Janet Farnsworth, author of the #1 Amazon Best Seller “LOVE YOUR BODY: The Guide to Stop Making Your Body a Battleground”, inspires women to bust through old beliefs of shame and blame and instead, connect to their bodies as a source of wisdom, pleasure, and joy. Based on... Read More →


Friday March 13, 2020 1:30pm - 3:30pm MST
Vocal Room Sedona Performing Arts Center