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Yoga & Creativity Workshop in Wichita Falls



Saturday, November 10
2:30-4:30PM
Breathe Yoga Studio
508 Indiana Street
$25 or $20 for Breathe Yoga Studio Class Package Holders

Do you use creativity in your daily life? Maybe you’re a writer, artist, dancer, painter, crafter, chef, designer, sculptor, musician or yogi? This workshop will blend specific yoga poses (beginner friendly!) to help move the body and mind toward new perspectives. By opening space in the body, you’re able to open up space in the mind for new possibilities.

Join us for two hours of juicy brainstorming, creativity and movement to help inspire you toward your next creative project.

Great for artists and creatives of all types. Bring a yoga mat (extras will be available at the studio) and journal, writing utensils, markers, colored pencils or whatever inspires you to create.

SPACE IS LIMITED, so reserve your spot today by email:
tina (at) excuseeditor.com or ashley (at) ashleyjosephine.com

Payment (cash, card, check) will be taken at the door.

Led by AshleyJosephine and Tina Haapala

Hello, writers! I'm excited about sharing the news of a fun project I have coming up. I've enjoyed yoga practice for over a decade, and have always felt that it inspires my writing. Now, with Ashley's help, I will be able to explore this connection between yoga and creativity. I hope those in the area will attend.--Tina

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  1. What a great idea - wish I was close enough to attend!

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