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In this monthly workshop, we will explore the power of the written word as a transformative tool for bringing us more fully into our own versions of authenticity, vulnerability, accountability, and community. If you’re working on a writing project, wanting to start one, or simply longing to connect with your own voice, join us, and bring any projects you’re working on.

No formal writing, yoga, chanting or meditation experience is necessary. All ability levels welcome. No movement or sharing of writing is ever required.

Cost:  $15.  However, we don’t want to exclude anyone because of financial challenges. If you are unable to pay or need the fee reduced, please contact the front desk.

Please preregister. To access the event through Zoom use Meeting ID “450-904-777”. Password is “Soul”

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Dana Reece (Prempal Kaur), Ph.D., RYT-200, Director of Kundalini Studies at the Soul of Yoga, holds advanced degrees in Writing, Literature, and Education. She is a college professor as well as being a 3HO, Kundalini Yoga Research Institute (KRI), and Yoga Alliance certified Kundalini Yoga Instructor; Yoga Alliance Teacher Trainer; in process to become a KRI Lead Teacher Trainer; and an Inner Space Technique (IST) Practitioner.

Dr. Reece has over 27 years’ experience in writing/coaching writers as well as almost 20 years’ experience in meditation and the practice of inner alchemical techniques designed to develop and strengthen the energetic body. She has completed graduate-level leadership training, taught dozens of college-level goal-setting workshops, and completed additional training with several masters of personal development, including Peter Drucker, Charles Givens, and Anthony Robbins. In addition to having taught hundreds of college classes as a full-time professor, she has taught public and private Kundalini Yoga classes and led and facilitated group meditations. Additionally, she has mentored numerous writers/aspiring writers in all phases of making time for, envisioning, organizing, and writing short stories, professional articles, Ph.D. dissertations, and both fiction and non-fiction books. She combines spiritual vision and practice with “real-world,” results-oriented practicality.

Dana Reece’s experience in these modalities combines compassion, humor, and a fiery determination to move clients and students through their self-imposed fears and limitations toward clarity and confidence to achieve their highest potential.


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