2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival

We are excited to announce that this year’s fundraiser kicks off with the Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival’s first-ever Panel Discussion focusing on “The Intersection of Yoga & Medicine.” The event line-up boasts nearly 40 teachers, health and wellness practitioners, performers, presenters, and healers. Enjoy your local favorite teachers and explore new ones. We have guest presenters and performers from throughout the Lehigh Valley, the Poconos, Philadelphia, New York, New Jersey, and India.

And on popular request, we have added classes for our younger yogis!! In addition to 2 yoga classes, Wildlands Conservancy will be giving an interactive workshop. FREE admission for kids under 14 years old!

Event Line-Up

Panel Discussion

“The Intersection of Yoga & Medicine”


“Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured
and endure what cannot be cured.”

~ B.K.S. Iyengar


Discussion Topic:
As modern medicine continues to make tremendous advancements in diagnosing, treating, and curing illnesses, people are living longer, healthier lives. Often, doctors can start patients on a solid treatment plan faster than ever thanks to sophisticated medical technology, online access to research and information across the globe, and a vast network of specialty and sub-specialty clinicians. Health care providers are able to choose from a larger array of medications to treat conditions, and patients are more informed about their choices for care.

Yoga, a centuries-old discipline, is also a system for illness prevention and treating disease. Yoga offers a unique perspective: using the body and mind to heal the body and mind. The combination of physical postures and movements, specific breathing practices, and sustained mental focus (meditation) can have as powerful an effect as some medical interventions, or at the very least, enhance their effectiveness.

What, then, can be said of this overlap? Is one method of health care the only path toward curing disease? Can one augment where the other falls short?

We welcome you to join us for an engaging discussion with our panelists – “experts” on their own, unique topics. Each panel member will share for 10 – 15 minutes, and the remaining time will be a Q&A session. VIEW PANELISTS BELOW.



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Dr. Sudha Allit | Panelist: “The Intersection of Yoga & Medicine”

SBMCHS Building | Maitri Room | 8:30 to 10:00AM

Dr. Sudha Allit is a Panelist at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Bio:
Dr. Sudha Allit is the co-founder and primary teacher of Kula Kamala Foundation, a 501c3 public charity and an educational institution. She holds five educational degrees including a doctorate. She is a learned YogaAcharya, C-IAYT, and a 500E-RYT. She began practicing yoga in her early twenties and has found it to be a continually transformative, reaffirming and uplifting lifestyle, one which continues to help her integrate and connect more deeply.

Sudha authored and leads Yoga and Yoga Therapy training programs through which individuals learn to practice and share the practical and the esoteric aspects of Yoga mindfully, safely and with integrity. She founded two hospital-based Yoga Therapy programs where her student interns receive hands on, as well as classroom training, applying the techniques of Yoga Therapy in special circumstances. For over 10 years, she has worked with abused and neglected children, at- risk teens and abused women, as well as individuals seeking spiritual clarity in their life and relationships.

Sudha's experience and knowledge as a teacher, guide and advisor are grounded in decades of education, application and research. Personally and professionally, Sudha abides in principals and guidelines that are grounded in non-harming, empathy and compassionate discipline.

In addition to her skill and education in Yoga and Yoga Therapy, Sudha holds a PhD in Anthropology (expertise Biological Archaeology) and has held the position of Professor of Yoga and Meditation (Georgian Court University). Sudha was also a professor of Cultural and Evolutionary Anthropology (Temple University and Monmouth University). Her academic research focused on and she has published scholarly articles on ancient diet and its relationship to health, disease and socio-political relationships. Through her graduate studies, Sudha acquired advanced knowledge of human skeletal anatomy and she is considered an expert in that field.

Sudha also embraces self-expression and creativity and empowers others to do the same. An artist in several mediums including computer graphics, pencil and acrylic, she also writes daily and has just published her second book of poetry titles Seeds. Sudha has acted on stage and screen and is an animal, human, social, and environmental advocate.

Sudha has a unique and uplifting way of weaving together wisdom from a variety of traditions and specialties so they become a sensible and practical component on our human path toward health, happiness and self-awareness. Her talks leave students and attendees feeling inspired and joyful for the potential this life holds. May you walk peacefully through this world and through this life. For more information or to request Sudha for a mindfulness-based event, training or speaking engagement call 484-509-5073.



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Dr. Raja Abbas | Panelist: “The Intersection of Yoga & Medicine”

SBMCHS Building | Maitri Room | 8:30 to 10:00AM

Dr. Raja Abbas is a Panelist at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem.
Bio:
Dr. Abbas completed his residency in Internal Medicine and Psychiatry, as well as a fellowship in Geriatric Psychiatry. He hoped for a quiet life by the lake, seeing patients by the day and returning home to his family at a decent hour. At first, Dr. Abbas thought he had found what he was looking for but grew weary of the hospital systems’ tendency to view patients as a commodity.

Dr. Abbas moved to central Pennsylvania, hoping a new environment would be a better fit for his patient-centered values. Here he realized that establishing his own practice was the only way to practice medicine the way he wanted.

The name Ethos embodies how and why Dr. Abbas practices Psychiatry. Ethos has grown far beyond Dr. Abbas. It has grown to a collective with a mission to help patients rediscover their true selves by healing mind, body and soul.



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Dr. Tricia Kelly | Panelist: “The Intersection of Yoga & Medicine”

SBMCHS Building | Maitri Room | 8:30 to 10:00AM

Dr. Tricia Kelly is a Panelist at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Bio:
Dr. Tricia Kelly is a dedicated breast surgeon, who specializes in the treatment of breast cancer. She works closely with a multidisciplinary team of providers including medical oncology, radiation oncology, plastic surgery, gynecologic surgery, radiology, pathology, medical genetics, physical therapy and cancer support counselors. Dr. Kelly has been an invited speaker at national conferences. She is published in the Annals of Surgical Oncology, the American Journal of Surgery and the Breast Journal, among others. She served on the executive committee and board of directors for the American Society of Breast Surgeons as well as serving as chair of the education committee, where she helped develop guidelines for the performance and practice of breast surgery.

Dr. Kelly is involved with resident and medical student education and is an assistant clinical professor of surgery for the Temple University School of Medicine. She volunteers with our local Cancer Support Community and is an advocate for women's health care. “I believe all patients deserve quality, compassionate care and I strive to treat the whole person, not just the underlying cancer or disorder.”



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Cathy Cappel | Panelist: “The Intersection of Yoga & Medicine”

SBMCHS Building | Maitri Room | 8:30 to 10:00AM

Cathy Cappel, West End Yoga Center in Allentown, WeYogaCenter.com, is a Panelist at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem.
Bio:
Cathy Cappel began studying and teaching yoga in the 70’s, and credits it for her continued flexibility, strength and vitality, in addition to so much more! From her numerous practitioners over the years, Cat has seen and heard of the benefits they too have experienced, many unexpected, through the breath-awareness, mindfulness and asana (physical poses) of yoga. For the past 9 years, she and her daughter, Leah, have had the privilege to co-own West End Yoga Center in Allentown, where, with skilled instructors in a welcoming environment, practitioners can breathe and move…quieting the mind, strengthening and calming the body, and realizing the peace and love that resides within.

>>  Learn more and visit website: WeYogaCenter.com





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Erica Taxin Bleznak | Fascia Freedom Yoga

PPHAC Building | UPEKSHA Room | 3:45 to 5:15PM

Erica Taxin Bleznak, Fascia Freedom Yoga, Wall Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Class Description:
This workshop is perfect for yogis, athletes of all kinds, runners, teen athletes and any student interested in gaining more mobility and freedom in their body. Come enjoy a practice focused on utilizing various sized facia compression balls in combination with simple stretching and strengthening postures.




Bio:
Erica Taxin Bleznak, MSW, CYT began practicing yoga in 1986 in the Asthanga Yoga tradition until she met her Primary Teacher Yoganand Michael Carroll in 1992 and complete her yoga teacher training in the Pranakryia Yoga teaching tradition.

Erica coned-owned Jai Yoga Studio of the Mainline for 7 years until its closing and opened Main Line Yoga Shala in Narberth in 2016. Six years ago, she created a teaching curriculum for a Wall Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training program that allows students to utilize the wall as a prop for alignment and refinement, as well as a way to strengthen and deepen in the vinyasa practice. Erica travels frequently presenting at festivals and studios across the country, as well as hosts retreats internationally. Erica believes that if we can meet the practice with patience, curiosity and breath that the it will deliver us beyond the ways the mind has held us captive and reveal our inherent freedom.

>>  Learn more and visit website: EricaTaxinBleznak.com

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Katrina Pelekanakis | Iyengar Yoga for Back Care

SBMCHS Building | Karuna Room | 12:45 to 2:00PM

Katrina Pelekanakis, Yoga for Back Care, Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher, Iyengar Yoga, Sky Yoga, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Class Description:
Back pain is very common. Whether one is suffering from chronic or acute back pain, yoga can be a very powerful tool in developing and maintaining a healthier back. Based on the fundamental teachings of BKS Iyengar, we will learn together how to support and care for our backs through the use of props and various poses. All levels of students are welcome.



Bio:
Katrina is a devoted student of Iyengar Yoga for over a decade, as well as a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher. Her love for science and art has found a home in her studies of Iyengar Yoga. Her passion is sharing the beauty and compassion she has found in Iyengar Yoga. Katrina teaches at Sky Yoga, an Iyengar Yoga Studio she opened in Allentown PA, in 2013.
>>  Learn more and visit website: SkyYogaLV.com

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Erica McHugh | Ashtanga: Tristana Class

PPHAC Building | UPEKSHA Room | 10:15 to 11:30AM

Erica McHugh, Ashtanga, Emmaus Yoga, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Class Description:
Learn to move gracefully through a series of postures known as the Primary Series by applying a set of techniques known as Tristana. When movement synchronizes with breathing (vinyasa), the energy carries the body without effort (bandha), and concentration due to gazing points (drishti) goes from the outside to the inside, then Tristana is achieved. Appropriate for those who have had a little yoga experience and adventurous beginners!



Bio:
Erica McHugh has been teaching yoga in the Lehigh Valley since 1998 and currently owns and operates Emmaus Yoga. She was drawn to Ashtanga after experimenting with other styles and classes for several years. She believes that we are always students, we should never stop learning and trying new things, and that any type of yoga is all part of that path. When taking an Ashtanga class with Erica, students can expect some fun changes worked into the traditional practice. One of the reasons she loves to teach yoga is to help others manage stress through the movements and breathing during practice and believes that this benefit of yoga can be carried into other parts of life.

Erica started teaching 40-hour teacher trainings in the mid 2000's which has evolved into the 200-hour Yoga Alliance Registered training that she currently offers through Emmaus Yoga.

>>  Learn more and visit website: EmmausYoga.com

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Alicia Rambo | Applied Embodiment: An Introduction to Longevity Practice

SBMCHS Building | Maitri Room | 4:00 to 5:00PM

Alicia Rambo, Easton Yoga, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Class Description:
A personal longevity practice addresses the vision and virtue of personal health, well-being, and long life. In this one-hour class Alicia Rambo, owner of Easton Yoga, will weave the strands of hatha, vinyasa and Katonah yoga together to frame your yoga practice as a path to optimal health and longevity.



Bio:
Alicia Rambo is the Owner & Creative Director of Easton Yoga. She is a Certified Yoga Teacher, Trainer, & Mentor, and she is a Certified Holistic Nutrition & Wellness Coach. Having taught vinyasa and restorative yoga for almost 13 years, Alicia’s classes are educational and insightful, yet playful. Backed by her years of yoga practice and self-study, she embodies a peaceful and intuitive teaching style. Alicia's classes will refresh your soul and inspire you as she leads you through a varied flow of movement merged with intention, breath, alignment, strength, ease, flexibility, balance, and grace. She embraces qualities such as trust, self-love and care, creating a well-spring with which to develop a strong and life embracing practice on the yoga mat or out in the world. She has been inspired by Sean Johnson, Max Strom, Laughing Lotus Yoga, Ellen Pfeffer, Abbie Galvin & Melissa French (Katonah Yoga) Jivamukti Yoga, and Gaea Yoga.

>>  Learn more and visit website: EastonYoga.com

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Jamie Laputka | Yoga for Cancer

SBMCHS Building | Karuna Room | 2:15 to 3:15PM

Jamie Laputka, Yoga for Cancer, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem.
Class Description:
Dragonfly Yoga & Wellness provides a safe and comfortable environment to support and inspire healing for patients during treatment, pre - operation, during infusion and in recovery. Through movement, breathwork, meditation and body awareness, yoga reduces muscle tension and habitual tension patterns, promotes self-healing and functional improvements, decreases fatigue, anxiety and depression, improves overall health and feelings of well-being, reduces neuropathy and lymphedema, improves sleep and creates a sense of community. Yoga initiates the relaxation response, activates the muscles stretch receptors which increases blood flow into these areas to help promote healing in the body as tissues, organs and systems receive additional nourishment from the improved blood flow.



Bio:
Jamie is a yoga therapist specializing in cancer and chronic illness through the YCAT Yoga for Cancer and Chronic Illness program. Jamie studied and received her certification from Jnani Chapman, founder of the YCAT program. She wants to bring healing to patients going through treatment, during infusion, pre/post operation or in recovery through the awareness of body, mind and breath. Jamie is also a Reiki practitioner using energy therapy to rebalance the body's energy by directing universal energy into the physical body, stimulating the receiver's innate healing capacities.

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Chris Loebsack & Brian Davis | Acro Yoga

PPHAC Building | UPEKSHA Room | 11:45 to 1:15PM

Chris Loebsack & Brian Davis, Acro Yoga, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Class Description:
Acro yoga blends the wisdom of yoga, the dynamic power of acrobatics, and the loving kindness of healing arts. These three lineages form the foundation of a practice that cultivates trust, playfulness and community.



Bio:
Chris Loebsack has been practicing yoga since 1995 and teaching since 2003. Chris uses the power of yoga to create a space for students that cultivates trust, playfulness and Divine connection with themselves and with community. Living by her mantra, Clarity, Integrity and Love, she draws upon her partner yoga practice to share the healing power of touch and safe intimacy. Her background includes a B.A. in Biology and a B.A. in Theater from East Stroudsburg University. In the following years Chris earned her 200hr certification through Sundari Yoga as well as certifications in Restorative Yoga, AcroYoga® (Level 1 & 2), Zenyasa® 300hr and Dharma Yoga® 500hr ERYT and is nationally registered with the Yoga Alliance.

A passion for discovering subtlety in movement has lead Chris to deepen her education with the Anatomy Studies for Yoga Teachers® kinesiology program. Her playful yet focused classes are filled with user friendly gems of applied anatomy leaving students with a greater understanding of how to find comfort and space in their bodies and smiles beaming across their faces. She encourages teachers to set a higher standard of excellence through knowledge and has become a valuable mentor to many upcoming yoga educators. Her most recent steps have taken her onto the path of studio ownership with Boundless Yoga Studio in Stroudsburg, where she has taught for over 11 years.

Chris teaches privates, classes and workshops across the globe. She is currently the co-director of the Boundless Yoga Studio 200hr and 500hr Teacher Training programs and an Adjunct Teacher Trainer for the Om Factory® School of Yoga NYC 200hr and the Bhakti Barn® 200hr Teacher Training. She has also been featured in Fitness Magazine®, Yoga Journal: Yoga Mentor, and the New York Times. In addition to yoga you are likely to find her hanging off the side of a mountain, as rock climbing occupies much of her time.

Brian Davis took his first yoga class for physical therapy and rehabilitation after a serious injury in 2003. Nearly a decade later, he realized that yoga had permeated all aspects of his life and it was time to share this experience with other people, so he took a teacher training in Asheville, NC. Around the same time, he attended his first AcroYoga workshop and was blown away by the practice, the challenge and the community that it fosters. Within a few years, he became a certified AcroYoga teacher. In 2015, he took his Level 2 AcroYoga Teacher Training. And then in 2016, he became a 500 Hour Yoga Teacher.

Brian splits his focus between teaching yoga and acroyoga. His style of yoga is a vigorous vinyasa practice. In the acroyoga vein, he teaches everything from beginner level to advanced and also standing acro. Brian recently created a podcast called Chats On The Mat; Yoga inspired conversations. He also published a novel called, The Sky's Eyes. The theme that permeates all aspects of his life is mindfulness and purposeful choices.

In 2014, Brian and Chris were married. Together and individually, they travel and teach around the country and all over the world. They post regularly on various social media platforms under the name, Boundless Motion.

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Deva Vidya & Sharon Silverstein | Divine Feminine Rising! Embodied Goddess Yoga

SBMCHS Building | Maitri Room | 12:30 to 2:30PM

Deva Vidya & Sharon Silverstein, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Class Description: Note: This class is for women only.
Awaken the Divine Feminine energy while accessing your innate wisdom and power! Awaken to your true nature as the Divine Being you are while standing in your power, centered in self-love and acceptance!

Experience an ecstatic yoga flow accompanied by tribal sounds. Feel connection to your Goddess Self with primal movements that ground, center and awaken the elements of nature within you. Open your 5th Chakra, with song that invokes a sense of devotion and empowerment, revealing our sacred connection. Journey into the Shamanic realms where you will have a direct experience with the Divine Feminine, expanding your awareness and perception of the Goddess you are!



Bio:
Deva Vidya is an intuitive energy healer, yoga therapist, spiritual coach and published author of Awaken Priestess! Deva's passion is leading women to stand in their power and live life to their highest potential. Deva leads retreats and workshops in the "Way of the Sacred Feminine" where she calls the Tribe to hear and heed the call to reclaim their power and awaken to their innate truth and wisdom.

Sharon Silverstein is an accomplished, international singer/songwriter, sonic sound healer, retreat leader and Yoga instructor. Sharon enjoys moving people to a greater self-awareness and unity using multiple instruments including her voice for Sonic Sound Healings.

>>  Learn more and visit website: WayOfTheSacred.com

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Megan Ridge Morris | Gentle Flow Yoga

SBMCHS Building | Karuna Room | 10:15 to 11:15AM

Megan Ridge Morris, The Yoga Loft of Bethlehem, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem.
Class Description:
This class will move at a slow pace, focusing on refining our breath and linking it mindfully to our movement. After exploring gentle ways to build strength, flexibility and balance, we will use restorative postures and breath work for healing and relaxation.



Bio:
Megan Ridge Morris, E-RYT® 500, RPYT®, YACEP®, CD, discovered yoga in 2006 as an acting intern after graduating from Bloomsburg University with a degree in Theatre Arts. She's been studying yoga for over a decade and teaching as a full-time, professional yoga teacher since 2008.

Megan completed a 500-hour teacher training through The Yoga Loft of Bethlehem and has been a co-teacher of their 200-hour teacher training program since 2009. She specializes in teaching yoga to beginners, seniors, expecting moms, babies and toddlers. She is a teacher trainer for ChildLight Yoga as well as the administrative & marketing goddess for their trainings division. She lives in Bethlehem, PA with her husband and toddler and is also a certified doula.

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Sarah Dennehy | Kids Yoga

Garden & Fountain Area | Prana Section | 11:15 to 12:00AM

Sarah Dennehy, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Class Description:
This children’s yoga class for ages 7-13 incorporates meditation techniques, songs, games, and activities that include yoga poses, deep relaxation toward the end of class, and controlled breathing and mindfulness exercises. The class is fun and non-competitive – a great way for kids to relax and just be themselves!



Bio:
Sarah Dennehy, M.Ed, is a Licensed Behavioral Specialist, certified Yoga teacher, and Reiki practitioner. She offers children’s yoga and mindfulness classes (groups, special needs, and private), 1:1 consulting for parents/caregivers of individuals with special needs, and Self-Care and Mindfulness Workshops. She currently teaches mindfulness and yoga in area schools with Shanthi Project and Pratyush Sinha Foundation. Email: sarahdennehy.yoga@gmail.com

>> Learn more and visit website: MindfulKidsYoga.org

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Denise Garcia Brady | Align to Flow Yoga / Vinyasa Levels 2&3

PPHAC Building | UPEKSHA Room | 2:30 to 3:30PM

Denise Garcia Brady, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem.
Class Description:
This is a practice that will flow with alignment and with breath. We will focus on spending time in poses to prepare the body to then flow through the sequence with our breath.



Bio:
Denise Garcia Brady, E-RYT 500, owner and teacher of Creative Actions Yoga. Her journey began while learning to coexist with personal health issues. Yoga helped her to get back to a healthier life, inspiring her to become a yoga teacher. Denise has her 500 hour yoga certification, as well as personal training and group fitness certifications. Denise’s goal is to help people live a happy and healthy life.

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Jo Grotzinger | Yoga Class for Bigger Bodies

SBMCHS Building | Karuna Room | 4:45 to 5:45PM

Jo Grotzinger, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Class Description:
In Yoga for Bigger Bodies we will explore yoga through the lens of body positivity and compassionate self-care. We will engage in different types of yoga asanas and learn how to make yoga work for you, and not the other way around. We will acknowledge the possibilities available in all bodies, that you CAN be comfortable, serene, strong, and balanced in a yoga practice by finding your personalized yoga practice.



Bio:
After flirting with yoga since the VHS era, Jo walked into Easton Yoga in 2011 with an expiring Groupon and never left. She completed her 250 hour teacher training at Easton Yoga in 2013 and since then has been teaching in various locations in the Lehigh Valley and beyond. Jo's mantra is "If you are breathing, you CAN do yoga". Her mission is to make yoga accessible to anyone who is willing to try. Her favorite quote is from Cameron Crowe's Vanilla Sky- "Every passing minute is another chance to turn it all around.

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Larissa Noto | Toddler Yoga

Garden & Fountain Area | Prana Section | 9:45 to 10:15AM

Larissa Noto, Easton Yoga, The Yoga Loft in Bethlehem, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem.
Class Description:
Larissa firmly believes that yoga is accessible to all. In teaching little ones, she combines playful movement with song, dance, and story-telling. Bring your little ones and be prepared to use your imagination to strike some yoga poses, sing, play, dance, and then take a mindful moment to relax.



Bio:
Larissa has been practicing yoga for 19 years – after taking her first yoga class in college to fulfill a gym requirement, she became hooked. To further deepen her practice, Larissa received her ChildLight Yoga certification at The Yoga Loft and Yoga Teacher Training certification at Easton Yoga. Larissa currently teaches at Easton Yoga, The Yoga Loft in Bethlehem, and is also honored to be teaching with the Pratyush Sinha Foundation.

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Denise Mikovitch | Ashaya Yoga

SBMCHS Building | Karuna Room | 3:30 to 4:30PM

Denise Mikovitch at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Class Description:
Join Denise as she takes you on a fun journey with alignment encouraged poses filled with heart opening humor. She lightens the ride of yoga with her dry humor but empowering words. Ashaya® Yoga Style for all levels with a focus on fundamentals.



Bio:
As the owner of Kula Heart Yoga & Wellness, LLC, Denise Mikovitch is proud to cultivate a community of heart-felt students looking for a mind-body connection. The studio offers a wide array of classes drawing from various styles of yoga however, Denise is invigorated by the mind-body-heart connection that is developed through Ashaya® Yoga in particular. She is a Licensed Ashaya® Yoga Teacher with a 200 Hour certification, and teaches weekly in addition to running the studio.

Since 2005, Denise has been in private practice as a Licensed Massage Therapist and specializes in repetitive motion injuries and relaxation massage. She believes that massage therapy is beneficial in reducing stress and pain due to the increased mobility and circulation.

Denise enjoys spending time with her family, practicing yoga, camping and serving to help build kindness in all. She lives life fully knowing she is worthy of happiness and so are YOU! To learn more about Kula Heart's class offerings, massage therapy, Ashaya® Yoga Teacher Training and massage trainings contact Denise at info@kulaheartyoga.com.

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Claudia Simpson | Chair Yoga

SBMCHS Building | Karuna Room | 3:30 to 4:30PM

Claudia Simpson, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem.
Class Description:
Whether you need a chair or choose a chair for your practice, you’ll receive all the benefits of a well-rounded yoga sequence… increased energy, greater coordination, calmer emotions and a more focused mind. Learn tools and techniques you can take to the office or your most comfortable chair.



Bio:
Claudia Simpson, E-RYT500, C-IAYT has led yoga workshops, classes, teacher trainings and private yoga therapy sessions since 1990. Passionate about yoga as a tool for healing, she established yoga programs in several Baltimore hospitals including Medstar Union Memorial, GBMC, St. Joseph Medical Center and Johns Hopkins. She has worked with patients being treated for heart disease, cancer and psychiatric issues. Currently, she teaches chair yoga at Living Room Yoga in Emmaus, and directs Living Yoga Teacher Training. She is certified in Kripalu Yoga, Cardiac Yoga, Reiki and Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy.

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Ajeet & Ranjeet | Classical Indian Music Concert | Mesmerizing Santoor & Tabla Music from India Performance

Ajeet & Ranjeet, Classical Indian Music, Santoor & Tabla Music from India Performance, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem SBMCHS Building | Maitri Room | 5:30 to 7:30PM


Performance Description:
Transcend body and mind through classical beats of Tabla, strings of the Santoor and Sufi poetry in the Qawwaali style. This performance is one-of-a-kind, and we welcome Ajeet & Ranjeet for their first appearance at the Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival. Their combination of sounds is so unique: Tabla – which is the the soul of Indian percussion; and Santoor – which is the most melodious string instrument. As Ajeet and Ranjeet weave together a harmonious aural tapestry, their Qawwalli singing will leave you mesmerized and exalted. DON’T MISS THIS!!

Concert is included in Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival Ticket. Or, if you just want to come for the concert, tickets are ONLY $20!

Buy Indian Music Concert Tickets
Note: Indian Music Concert tickets are separate from Leigh Valley Yoga Festival tickets and cannot be used to attend the yoga festival, only the concert.



Bio:
Ajeet Pathak is an eminent master of Tabla who began his training at the tender age of six under the guidance of his father Shri Deochandra Pathak, himself a well renowned musician on the Tabla. Ajeet has had the privilege of learning under the guidance of Tabla Maestro Padma Vibhusan Pt. Kishan Maharaj in Banaras Tradition. Currently a disciple of the renowned Tabla Maestro Ustad Sabir Khan of Farukhabad Gharana. Ajeet has been featured as a regular classical musician on All India Radio, Zee TV, and Sahara TV.

He has performed extensively in India, Europe, the Middle East, and the USA and won various national and international awards. He has accompanied many world renowned artists in Indian Classical Music, such as, Padmashre Pt. Siyaram Tiwari, late Padmavibhushan Pt. V.G. Jog, Padmabhusan Dr.N.Rajam, Padmabhushan Pt. Ramnarayan, Padmashree Satish Vyas, KalaRamnath, Pt. Ronu Majumdar, Pt.Tarun Bhattacarya, Sangeeta Shanker and Ghazal singer Gulam Ali, Bombay Jayshree, and Rajkumar Rizvi just to name a few.

Ranjeet Pathak is an eminent Santoor (musical instrument) Artist of India. Ranjeet started his training in Santoor at the tender age of six under the guidance of his father Shri Deochandra Pathak, himself a well renowned Tabla Player. Ranjeet is the grandson of late Ramchandra Pathak (An eminent Ishraj Player) & late Padmashri Pandit Shiyaram Tiwari (An eminent classical vocal).

Ranjeet was awarded a scholarship for learning music from SANGEET NATAK ACADEMY. He has also been awarded Sangeet Prabhakar in vocal from Prayag Sangeet Samiti, Allahabad...He has had the privilege to learn under the guidance of Santoor Maestro Pandit Tarun Bhattacharya (in the guru-disciple tradition).

Ranjeet is an eminent artist of India and been featured on TV, Film and Radio. He is also a classical vocalist. He has won numerous awards in India and abroad. He has performed In Europe and US and is well known for his contribution to the fusion of western and eastern music.

Both Ajeet and Ranjeet are visiting faculty at Nupur Academy LA.

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Penn Johnson | Let’s Ohm About It! Performance

SBMCHS Building | Mudita Room | 4:15 to 6:00PM

Penn Johnson, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Performance Description:
As the world wakes up to the immense powers of energy healing, we come closer again to our once-flourishing collective consciousness. This healing takes many forms and is based around a conscious community of open-hearted individuals dedicated to living their lives for a higher purpose. Our workshop unifies yoga, meditation, and reiki led to the beat of music that awakens and inspires manifestation of peace and unity through personal action and spiritual expansion. Together we will explore the many realms of consciousness and plant medicines working toward healing our minds, bodies, and spirits. At the end of our time together, everyone will have a renewed faith in themselves, an understanding of our collective purpose, and a commitment to aim their arrow toward their destined path, wherever that may be.



Bio:
Penn Johnson is an old soul in a 21st century body, Penn Johnson is raising vibrations by weaving mysterious virtue through lyrical storytelling. With a deep reverence for nature, yoga, and meditation, he travels across the country in his van living a minimalist plant-based lifestyle, spreading seeds of mindfulness. To get to know Penn you can host him for a campfire concert or join him at a live music yoga class. Penn has shared the stage with Desert Dwellers, Nathan Feinstein (Iya Terra), Treehouse!, Sun-Dried Vibes, Joey Harkum (Pasadena), Brandon Hardesty (Bumpin Uglies), Sessions Americana, and One Tribe Movement at festivals such as South Florida Folk Festival, The March Against Monsanto, and Surrounded By The Sound.

Other venues include: The Mint in L.A., The Velvet Lounge in D.C., The Saxon Pub in Austin, Higher Ground in Burlington, and the Zeiterian Theatre in New Bedford.

>> Learn more and visit website: PennJohnson.net/yoga

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Dalien a.k.a. 13 HANDS | Yoga, Shamanic Sound, Meditation, & Kirtan

SBMCHS Building | Maitri Room | 8:30 to 10:00AM

Dalien a.k.a. 13 HANDS, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Performance Description:
The opening yoga postures and sequencing in this workshop are strategically designed to open the mid and upper back, hips, legs, hamstrings and integrate the important core alignment/bandha engagement creating that "feeling steady and spiritually grounded on your own two feet". The extent that we are able to stay focused and organized in our every-day life has a lot to do with the strength and circulation to our lower organ systems, your dosha balance and a fluid range of motion in one's lower spine and hips. The main lesson of this charka deals with physical survival...or the proverbial "chop wood, carry water" but with sort of connection to your spirituality by being conscious about how you make a living.

The kidneys, adrenals and detoxification processes are the primary organs/processes involved with this chakra. This focused practice will give us powerful insights into how we feel about our own ability to survive, thrive, create abundance and embracing what you love to do in the world whole heartedly without fear. We will integrate that understanding physically and then musically taking you into a nada yoga, dream like state with a 30 plus minute savasana with gongs, crystal bowls, hang drum, native flutes and other ambient percussion to assist you in relieving tension, entering a dream like state (samadhi) and will help integrate the entire experience. To follow, light acoustic guitar will gently waken the body up from the savasana into a very powerful set of chants and kirtan to integrate and celebrate the Lehigh Valley Festival Yoga Community!



Bio:
Dalien, a.k.a. 13 HANDS is a 2-time Grammy nominee, Professor of Yoga at Montclair State University and Sacred, Sound Shamanic Therapist paying it forward in yoga centers, retreats, corporate, education, social work and education arenas. He has 15 albums, plays 30 instruments and shares inspiring wisdom on how he cured himself of Crohns, colitis and other endocrine issues. he brings a passion, joy, crazy sense of humor, (think Will Ferrell meets Swami Satchananda) spontaneity and freedom while creating a wonderfully inclusive, safe, family and tribal feel in all his programs. He's had the honor to share/teach alongside Shiva Rea to Seane Corn to Krishna Das to Snatam Kaur to Sean Johnson to Jack Kornfield, Anne Lamott, Dr. Emoto, Gary Null and his holiness, The Dalai Lama and many other contemporary and world artists and leaders in yoga, chant, spirituality, literary, wellness and fitness and is a graduate of the Hippocrates Living Foods Institute that was instrumental in his healing journey.


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Jai Ma Kirtan | Sing, Chant, & Dance Performance

SBMCHS Building | Mudita Room | 3:00 to 4:00PM

Jai Ma Kirtan, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Performance Description:
Jai Ma Kirtan features soul sisters Robin Gualtieri and Martina Venini who share their vision of Love and Awakening though song and mantra. By singing, chanting and dancing together we raise our vibration to the frequency of love, peace and joy. Jai Ma!!!!.



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Healers & Meditation

Bhante Dhammawansha | Overcoming Worries with Loving Kindness Meditation

SBMCHS Building | Karuna Room | 11:30 to 12:30PM

Bhante Dhammawansha, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Class Description:
Are you finding that you have many things on your mind each day, and don’t know how to let go? Today’s typical life is fast paced with many distractions, and it is difficult to stay focused and stop worrying about the many things you have to accomplish daily. Bhante Dhammawansha, Buddhist Sri Lankan Monk, will lead a Dhamma talk about how to let go of your worries, and live peacefully, followed by a Loving Kindness meditation that is sure to calm your mind.



Bio:
Born in 1958 in the district of Kandy, Sri Lanka, Bhante Dhammawansha told his family, at a very young age, that he wished to become a monk. Bhante entered the monastery in Kandy and was ordained as a Theravada Buddhist monk at the age of 16. After ordination, Bhante continued his education at the Buddhist University where he received a B.A. degree in Buddhism, History, Ethics and the languages of Sanskrit and Pali (the language of the Buddha).

After doing missionary work in Scandinavia and Australia, Bhante traveled to the United States in 1996 for a personal retreat. While here he decided that he would stay in the US and continue the teachings of Buddha. Thus, the Dhamma Wheel Meditation Society was formed in Clearwater, FL with the mission to make the 2600 year old teachings and meditation practices of the Buddha available to people on the west coast of Florida.

Bhante Dhammawansha conducts Buddhist counseling, engages in social and interfaith work and presents Dhamma talks to college and high school students, mental health professional as well as drug/alcohol rehab centers in Florida, other locations in the United States, and, around the world. In addition to regularly scheduled meditation practice and retreats, Bhante Dhammawansha is also conducts private counseling and discussion. His quiet, kindly nature makes him accessible to all and an inspiration to many.

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Ravi Hari Kaur | Kundalini Meditation as Medicine: A New Concept Using Ancient Techniques

PPHAC Building | UPEKSHA Room | 1:30 to 2:15PM

Ravi Hari Kaur, Janice Bourdage, Kundalini, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Class Description:
Research has shown a correlation between regular meditation practice and improvements in both mental and physical health. In this joyful, dynamic, all-levels meditation class, we’ll be using the ancient tools of Kundalini Yoga Meditation – postures (asanas), movement, breath (pranayama), and sound current (mantra) – to create the internal conditions in mind and body that lay the foundation for physical and emotional equilibrium. No prior meditation experience is necessary. Come, be welcomed! Prepare to move – and to be moved!



Bio:
Janice (Ravi Hari) Bourdage, MSW, LCSW, is a clinical social worker, holistic psychotherapist, and 30+ year veteran Kundalini Yoga and Meditation instructor. She considers herself fortunate to have studied directly with Kundalini Yoga Master, Yogi Bhajan, as well as other “first generation” KY teachers. Yogi Bhajan instructed his students to become ten times better than him as a teacher. This is Ravi Hari’s legacy and hope for her students--that they may go on to become teachers and humanitarian guides in their own right, set the bar ever higher, and, in sharing their divine gifts, help to make this world a better, kinder, and more compassionate place for all living beings. With her background as a writer, professional modern dancer and performance artist, mental health professional, and animal rights advocate, Ravi Hari brings to her classes an ecstatic appreciation of life in all its diversity, as well as a love of movement, rhythm, words, and the workings of the human mind.

>>  Learn more and visit website: JaniceBourdageCounseling.com

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Angela Miele | Crystal Bowl Healing

SBMCHS Building | Maitri Room | 2:45 to 3:45PM

Angela Miele, Crystal Bowls, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem. Vegfest, Bethlehem Vegfest, SouthSide Bethlehem Greenway in Bethlehem, #BethlehemVegfest, #GetDowntownBethlehem
Class Description:
The Golden Age Sound Journey: Join me as I allow spirit to guide me in drumming, crystal bowls, and voice toning to take us on a journey into the vortex of the heart, into conscious awareness of all that is. Experience divine bliss and receive your heart’s desire. Each person receives individual attention and the group creates a love dynamic for the benefit of humanity, as well. Know, as you raise your vibration, you raise the vibration of collective consciousness. We are one, we are unity consciousness, and we raise the vibration together.



Bio:
My divine purpose is to guide humanity into their hearts connecting them with their higher selves and Source of all that is. The journey of enlightenment is inward, into the heart vortex, one of love, one of remembering who you truly are, nothing to fear, and nothing to learn. Sharing my journey of remembering my true self is a tool for you, guiding you into your true self.

Along my path, I opened to remembering my creative and healing abilities, all which has been inspired and awakened by my Divine Soul. I create light-infused jewelry utilizing the energy field of the crystals to aid in your awakening process. I offer private and group sound journeying sessions immersing you in the divine feminine light, to guide you into harmonic resonance with your Divine Soul, where you experience the bliss of divine love, where healing, release, and awakening take place on many levels. This is an inward journey, reclaiming your power and self-mastery through the remembrance of who you already are. Many blessings to all!

>>  Learn more and visit website: AngelaMiele11.com
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Workshops

Stephanie MoDavis | Raise Your Vibration Workshop

SBMCHS Building | Mudita Room | 12:00 to 1:30PM

Stephanie MoDavis, YogaMos, Stephanie Danielle, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem.
Workshop Description:
Ready to live your bliss? I have noticed now more than ever certain people are experiencing a dis-satisfaction or sense of unfulfillment with how their life is unfolding. We often have been taught, “no pain no gain,” and we can often suffer in old belief systems that no longer serve us hence delaying our full joy. Symptoms of depression, anxiety, physical pain, headaches, digestive issues, periods of isolating, self-medicating, extensive searching to the point of exhaustion and a loss of purpose can signify feelings associated with being STUCK between periods of evolution and bliss and times of doubt and lack. It is my life’s mission to assist the collective with tools to re-align individuals with their fullest potential or timeline in this current reality. I was given the language of ascension after experiencing my own ambush spiritual awakening, heart center activation and kundalini rising in 2015. I have since incorporated my lifelong studies of yoga, meditation, and personal empowerment with this newfound awareness to help one “awaken” to their fullest potential and sooner. These workshops are personal, inter-active, playful and powerful. Be prepared to have conscious conversations and activations that have lasting effects. Topics include, ascension, ego death, heart activations, dimensions, tools to stay high vibe and more. *Not for the faint of heart, brave souls wanted*. Are YOU ready?



Bio:
Stephanie is currently a passionate speaker, facilitator, teacher, transformational guide and writer in the fields of spirituality, energy medicine, personal growth, empowerment, illness mapping, balancing and healing the chakra system, yoga, divine partnerships and conscious relationships.

After surviving a life-threatening battle with Lupus, which culminated with a kidney transplant, Stephanie decided to make her dream a reality and open a spiritual wellness studio to share and assist others who may be dealing with their own personal issues. After 20 years of practice and health challenges which allowed time to develop her spiritual practice and healing, she knew she was meant to take the risk and move away from a traditional career and step into her role as a transformational guide. Stephanie established YogaMos Healing Sanctuary in 2012 and recently relocated to Urban Yoga & Spiritual Wellness Center in Allentown, PA. Urban Yoga is a wellness and healing center focusing on meditation, yoga, spiritual lectures and community outreach.

She is also an advocate for organ donation, lupus awareness, kidney disease, and the power of spiritual well-being as a means to heal past or present trauma. It is her life’s mission to assist humanity through the awakening process to fulfill one’s fullest divinity and purpose in this lifetime.

>>  Learn more and visit website: StephanieModavis.com

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Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla | Ayurveda: Food is Medicine, Medicine is Food

SBMCHS Building | Mudita Room | 10:15 to 11:45AM

Dr. Shekhar Annambhotla, Ayurveda, Ayurvedic, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem.
Workshop Description:
According to Ayurveda food is medicine and medicine is food. Eating correctly is the most important aspect of Ayurvedic life-style in both the short term and the long term. What is so-called ‘correct’ or ‘compatible’ depends on the individual and as the saying goes ‘one man’s meat is another man’s poison’. Different foods suit different people. Today there is so much confusion over what to eat. No one seems to know what to eat. Almost everyday information comes out contradicting what was taken as fact and truth in the weeks and months before.

By understanding our unique and individual body/mind type we can develop the ability to feed and nourish ourselves. Ayurvedic wisdom has a track record of over 5,000 years because it is based on universal principles that apply as much today as they did long ago.

Come explore these ancient secrets with one of the world's foremost authorities on the subject, our very own Dr. Shekhar.



Bio:
Shekhar Annambhotla is an ayurvedic specialist who was trained in India and has been practicing and teaching ayurveda worldwide since 1988. Ayurveda is not just a system of alternative medicine, but is actually a comprehensive and ancient science of health. It is Shekhar’s belief that due to the open nature of ayurveda and its timeless principles, it is a boon to those of us living in the modern, stressful world. Shekhar’s mission is to educate and help people live healthier lives with ayurveda. He began his eight-year course of study in ayurveda at the age of 17, first at Nagarjuna University in Andhra Pradesh, India and then at Gujarat Ayurved University in Gujarat, India, where he earned his Master’s Degree in Ayurveda. He is also a Licensed Integrative Bodywork and Massage Therapist (LMT) and an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E.R.Y.T.-500) with the Yoga Alliance and an instructor of therapeutic Hatha Yoga, having completed training at the Swami Vivekananda Yoga Research Center in India. Shekhar is also a certified pranic healer and a Reiki Healer.

Since 2002, Shekhar has been the Founding Director of Ojas LLC, Ayurveda Wellness Center, in Pennsylvania, USA. He is the Founder, President and Chairman of the Board of Association of Ayurvedic Professionals of North America (AAPNA) (www.aapna.org). Shekhar served on the Board of Directors for National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) from 2005-2010. He has taught ayurveda courses in many prestigious universities in the United States including University of Pennsylvania (UPENN), University of Medicine & Dentistry in NJ (UMDNJ), Hershey Medical School, Jefferson Medical School and others. He was awarded the “Tathagat International Excellence Award 2011” in Dubai and received the award “Ayurveda Khandantara Sthapanacharya” Award for promoting ayurveda around the globe. He is on the editorial board for Light on Ayurveda Journal, MA, USA.

>>  Learn more and visit website: Ojas.us

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Dr. Alexandra Milspaw | Using Mindfulness to Heal the Brain

SBMCHS Building | Mudita Room | 1:45 to 2:45PM

Dr. Alexandra Milspaw, 4D Counseling, at the 2018 Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival on July 14, at Moravian College in Bethlehem.
Workshop Description:
Dr. Alexandra Milspaw will present a didactic and experiential workshop reviewing the latest neuroscience behind how mindfulness heals the brain, empowering the nervous system and immune system to heal the body exponentially faster than before. Dr. Milspaw will provide instruction on how to integrate mindfulness easily into your daily life without needing to be an "advanced meditation" practitioner.



Bio:
Alexandra Milspaw is an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist specializing in the treatment of trauma and chronic pelvic and sexual pain disorders. Her private practice, 4Directions Counseling, LLC, is dedicated to providing an integrative approach to healing the mind, body, heart, and spirit. Dr. Milspaw earned her doctorate in Human Sexuality from Widener University, and her Masters degree in Counseling Psychology from Lehigh University. She is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Trainer, and Master Neuro-Linguistic Programmer. Dr. Milspaw provides trainings and workshops around the country and is a proud faculty member of the International Pelvic Pain Society.

>>  Learn more and visit website: 4DCounseling.com

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