Black Creek Arts Council - Yoga + Healing Journaling Workshop with Rachel GreenfieldJanuary 17, 2023
We will be using two healing modalities- yoga and journaling to bring clarity, to heal, and to connect with ourselves and the seasons. We will pair a season themed, embodied yoga practice paired with journaling prompts and questions to remember who we truly are, use our voice in perhaps a different way, and reclaim our inner knowing and map our inner landscape.
What to bring: yoga mat, journal, and pen
What to expect: Expect an all-levels flow, breath-work, guided meditation, deep-listening and sharing, and reflective, conscious-journaling.
Dates and Theme:
February 4: Seed
May 6: I Am
August 5: Harvest
November 4: Surrender
Time: 9:30-11:30AM at Our Sacred Space Yoga (2nd Floor of BCA)
COST: $25 each or all 4 for $85
About the Teacher:
A recovering perfectionist and achiever, Rachel believes yoga invites us to rest in the beauty of who we truly are. After experiencing a “quarter life crisis,” Rachel deconstructed old beliefs, stories, and patterns with the help of yoga, the enneagram, sangha, therapy, shadow and embodiment work. Rachel believes yoga is more than just asana, the physical practice, it’s a spiritual path back to MotherGod and to our True Self- to remember who we truly are before the world told us who to be.
Rachel was first introduced to yoga by her college roommates in 2010 but did not begin practicing seriously until 2014 as a way to combat stress in Physician Assistant school. Yoga has been with her since then--always calling her back to her mat. It wasn’t until she moved to South Carolina and began studying with Jamie and Dustin Martell that Rachel began feeling the calling to take her practice to a deeper spiritual level. Rachel is a Registered Yoga Teacher at the 200 hour level. She completed her training with Our Sacred Space School of Yoga in November 2020. She completed Yoga Nidra certification and training under Cheryl Oliver of Authentic Yoga in Scottsdale, AZ. A born storyteller, Rachel weaves Jungian themes, mythology, and anecdotes from everyday life into her classes to invite students to know themselves, and the world, a little bit better.
Rachel is a Board-certified Physician Assistant and has a Masters in Medical Science. She currently practices Orthopedics and Aesthetic Medicine in Hartsville, SC. When she’s not in the teaching or practicing yoga at the studio you will find her hanging out with the coolest dude in the world- her infant son Leo. Her husband, Nick, and her two pups, Trudy and Charlie, aren’t so bad either.
Black Creek Arts Council | 116 West College Ave, Hartsville, SC 29550Contact:Allison Pederson, Executive Directorinfo@blackcreekarts.org, 8433326234