new year new beginnings
with julie Kennedy
3/1 - 3/29 (with spring break off)
Julie Kennedy is offering her third transformational one-on-one nutrition program again this year in March. The program is designed to help you achieve your personal health and nutrition goals for 2019. You will meet with Julie for three private sessions*. Sessions will be personalized around your top three health goals. Meetings will be scheduled once a week, over the weeks of March 1 - 29, with Spring Break off (March 8-17). During this three-week period, you will also receive support from Julie via text, email, and phone.
*Sessions are scheduled between you and Julie, based on what works for both of
Price: $150 for three sessions (discounted from $195)
Yoga: New Year, New Beginnings! Unlimited Yoga Special $70 for the month of March (discounted from $88)
Julie Kennedy, RN, 200 hr-RYT, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, IFM Certified Practitioner Candidate
Julie has spent over twenty years learning and studying functional medicine. She has healed her own body, and learned to thrive with her autoimmune issues, using food and lifestyle. Her passion is helping individuals with hormone imbalance, thyroid issues, adrenal fatigue, and autoimmune disease. She is passionate about helping people achieve optimal health and wellness. And believes that our body is fully capable of healing itself! Whatever your personal health goals are, Julie can guide you to achieve them.
prenatal yoga series
with lorelei st james
feb 16 & 23, march 2 & 9
1:00 - 3:00 pm
cost: $30/session or $100 for all 4
Join Lorelei for a yoga series especially designed for expecting mamas. Safe, effective yoga during pregnancy is one of the healthiest things expectant mothers can do to ease the journey of giving birth. During the sessions, learn how yoga can ease anxiety and physically prepare you for birth. Find a community of other mamas where common issues are discussed and learn how others are preparing for birth.
blue morpho book club
with Natalie & jetta
2/22 & 3/22 7:00-8:30pm
Join Natalie and Jetta, both Blue Morpho yoga teacher training graduates, for our first Book Club! There will be two meeting times: Friday, February 22 and Friday, March 22 from 7:00-8:30. Class will begin with a gentle yoga flow and then move into a discussion of Dr. Brene Brown’s New York Times best-selling book,"The Gifts of Imperfection". This book explores the themes of fear, self-consciousness, and worthiness to discover the best way to live an authentic, connected life. Yoga practice seeks to align mind, body, and spirit in order to connect with yourself and the world around you. Combine these two for a powerful experience and chance to connect with our community! Cost is $40 for both sessions.
Jetta started yoga in 2015 at Karmany and fell in love with the physical and mental benefits she felt, as well as the community that is fostered now at Blue Morpho Yoga. She believes that yoga is for every body, regardless of flexibility or strength, and that yoga is a tool to move into poses within your own range without forcing. Jetta has a bachelors degree in Biomedical Engineering, and she loves integrating her knowledge of biomechanics and anatomy into her practice. Jetta completed Elyse's 200 hour Blue Morpho Yoga Teacher Training in September and is grateful to share her love of yoga within the Blue Morpho space.
Natalie is a nonprofit executive with CASA of Tarrant County who began practicing yoga 5 years ago. She loves the peace and stillness she finds in combining mind and body. As a lifelong lover of books, she is excited to share two of her passions through yoga and book club! Natalie is a graduate of Blue Morpho’s 200 hour teacher training.
Great Balls of Fire - Lower Body Focus
with Tiffany Denny
2/24 11:30- 1:30 am
Relieve tension in your lower back, hips, thighs, legs, and feet. In this workshop, we will discuss the reasoning behind mobilizing fascia, or connective tissue, and will practice techniques using blankets, blocks, and Yoga Tune Up® balls. The trick is, it’s not enough to mobilize the soft tissue — to make real changes in the condition and performance of important tissues, we must reeducate the system by actively moving and engaging our bodies through new ranges of motion. This workshop will demonstrate why this is important, and how to accomplish it. These techniques are perfect to use for your own self-care, to incorporate into your yoga classes if you are a yoga teacher, or to incorporate into the home exercise component of your practice if you are a medical professional.
If you register by Feb 1, you will receive a set of Yoga Tune Up® balls or Lacrosse balls (your choice) to take home! Everyone will receive a handout to take home to guide you in home practice of these techniques.
Dr. Tiffany Denny is a physical therapist and yoga therapist dedicated to helping people understand and connect with their body by blending movement science with the wisdom of yoga.
live music + slow flow
with Elyse, Kenny, & Alex
3/2 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Join Elyse, Kenny, & Alex for their first collaboration as a trio! Elyse will lead a slow flow yoga class designed to help you let go of stress and move into a deeper rhythm of breath and movement. Class will end with gentle, soothing restorative postures and an extended Savasana. She will be accompanied with live music by Kenny Kolter & Alex Elmore. Kenny will offer rhythmic and atmospheric elements with gongs, Tibetan bowls, chimes, rattles, and djembe, while Alex Elmore plays lovely melodic phrases with guitar and flute.
with Lauren wessinger
3/24 10:30am - 12:30pm
Join Lauren Wessinger for a special 2 hour Sunday service. There will be movement and rest, breath and meditation, and sacred study.