SoulJour Experiences @ The Sanctuary

Now more than ever the need for human connection is real. We're so excited to offer 4 in person, socially distanced, limited capacity SoulJour Experiences with our favorite local teachers at our beautiful outdoor space  in private woods located in Lake Oswego, just 15-minutes from downtown Portland.

For all Experiences please meet at Uplands Elementary School (2055 Wembley Park Rd). 
Each Experience begins and ends with a 10-minute guided nature walk through a wooded park.

Registration ahead of time is appreciated as we have limited capacity. 

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Saturday, Sept 26 • 10am - noon • $35

Wah Khalsa

She's back with spark to light our fire! We'll do what Wah does best - work, sweat, play and meditate! This Kundalini journey to connect to spirit and celebrate (from a distance)



NEW DATE: Sunday, Sept 27 • 10am - noon • $35

Ham Yam & The Hims

Touch all senses as we move, meditate and journal alongside the beautiful voices and tandem teaching by Emily Dalsfoist and Colin Hogan.



Thursday, Oct 1 • 6 - 8pm • $30

Diana Hulet

Enjoy a very special Harvest Moon Practice featuring movement, meditation, journaling and a fire ceremony.

 

 

Saturday, Oct 10 • 5 - 7pm • $25

Nathan Mills

Enjoy a warm evening of movement, meditation, journaling and a fire ceremony set to the sounds of the bugs and the starry night. 

We have 2 SEVA (free) tickets available for each event! Please email us for details.

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A Special Note:

We take COVID seriously. Facemasks for the walk in to the space and any time you are not on your mat are required. If you are sick or feeling you are getting sick, we ask that you please STAY HOME. We will refund your money in full. Currently, older adults and persons with underlying health conditions are considered to be at increased risk of severe illness and complications from COVID-19. Examples of underlying health conditions include heart disease, lung disease, diabetes, people with weakened immune systems, and people who are pregnant. The CDC recommends that people in high-risk groups consult with their healthcare provider about attending any large gathering.

If you do choose to attend any or all of our SoulJour Sanctuary Experiences, please keep in mind the CDC recommendations on how to keep yourself and others healthy:

Avoid close contact with people 
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
We will provide hand sanitizer. 

What is SoulJour?

 

For the remainder of 2020, we’ve partnered with TreeSisters – an organization we believe is doing great things in the world! TreeSisters works to empower local communities in remote areas,by contributing to the reforestation of tropical areas decimated by fires and clearcutting. 

TreeSisters exists to elicit collective responsibility for planetary restoration at the grass roots level with a focus on women and tropical reforestation. They channel 80% of member donations to exemplary existing reforestation organizations in the tropics with whom they partner to restore ecosystems. The remaining 20% funds our behavior change and consciousness shift work with women to reinstate feminine leadership, and normalize collective ownership of planetary restoration.

A portion of all proceeds and 100% of all donations will go towards planting our SoulJour Forest!


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About Our Presenters

Nathan Mills

Born to devout yogi parents, Nathan began practicing yoga and martial arts at the age of 12. He taught at some of the most prestigious studios in LA in his 20s before moving to Portland in 2001. Always in study, he continues to work toward additional certifications in yoga, martial arts, meditation, nutrition, and somatic body work.

For more info about Nathan visit Bushido Wellness Institute

 


Colin Hogan

Colin has over 10 years of teaching experience including group classes, retreats, teacher trainings, and leading advanced workshops on anatomy, voice and human movement patterns. She designs yoga sequences specifically targeted to ignite the healing process.  I am fascinated by the mirror of the subtle body and how it reflects the physical body. The interplay of the two bodies inspires my teaching style and affords me great compassion for my students and the world around me. Colin is the front woman of several bands in Portland including The our personal favorite, blue rock soul band, The Colin Hogan Trio.

Emily Dalsfoist 

Emily began teaching yoga in early 2010 after experiencing in her own body a deeply profound impact on her being as well as the ripples it created off the mat. Since 2010, she has completed multiple continuing education courses and coached teacher trainings. In 2015, she took the leap and left my corporate office job to pursue her dream of teaching yoga full time. Emily currently teaches at Yoga Pearl and volunteers as a teacher for the non-profit Living Yoga. She also loves being in nature, playing music in her band Syran and collaborating with her tribe on interesting retreats and events.

Ham Yam & the Hims


Wah Khalsa

Wah was born into the lineage of Kundalini Yoga and the Sikh faith, hence my Indian name. I have been teaching Kundalini Yoga since I was 18 when I graduated high school as a certified Yoga teacher. She lives a yogic lifestyle more than a religious one, and is a big believer that all paths and practices lead us to our personal truth. She am so blessed to get to share these teachings and feel like I have the best job in the world! 

Her mama is Gurmukh Khalsa and she is a world-renowned Kundalini Yoga teacher, so I have had the honor of learning from one of the best. Her goal in life is to empower people, to give them tools to become the masters of their own lives. Now Wah is a mama of her own after just having a baby 6 months ago. 

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Diana Hulet

Diana began her study of mysticism at a young age with books by Thomas Moore and Deepak Chopra—gifts from her mother; meanwhile, her father gave her the gift of connection with the natural world. Thus began Diana’s endless journey of weaving both the visible and invisible forces of life together. She took her first yoga class in 1990 as a college course and never looked back. Her knowledge of sanskrit, religion, and yoga philosophy is deep after nearly 30 years of personal practice, school studies, and teaching experience. She currently teaches seasonal practices, continuing education workshops, and teacher trainings throughout Portland. She is currently back in school full time finishing her degree in ???

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