The Art of Mindful Yoga: Inspiration for Body, Mind and Creative Spirit
Led by Jennifer Schelter, MFA, Named: Best of Philly
3 week series, Mondays, Dec. 5 – 19, 2016
Followed by Session A: Jan 9-Feb. 20 – 7 sessions
Session B; Mar. 6-April 24 (no class March 20 and 27) – 6 sessions
$67.50 (ask about discount for members)
The Art of Mindful Yoga series illuminates the ritual of connecting body, mind and Self. The practice is a process for present moment awareness, vitality, self-care and joy.
We will practice yoga in the main gallery of the Woodmere Art Museum in Chestnut Hill, Pa. surrounded by open space, art, soft music and moments of silence.
• Inspirational Gentle Vinyasa Flow Yoga
• Mindfulness Meditation
• Breathing Practices
• Guided Relaxation
• Creative Visualization
• Weekly Themes for Focus
• Core Strength
• Increased ease
Jennifer Schelter is a yoga teacher, watercolorist, writer, retreat facilitator, motivational leader, and speaker, who has inspired over 80,000 people to become their better selves.
For 20 years, Jennifer has helped individuals and businesses succeed with mindful practices for leadership and work/life balance by inspiring mental, emotional and physical well-being and self-care.
Her offerings include: life coaching, meditation, creative writing circles and yoga.
Jennifer is the Founder of the Radiant Retreat to Tulum, Mexico, and Co-Founder of Reach & Raise for Living Beyond Breast Cancer (Philadelphia, Kansas City, Denver) and has helped raised over three million dollars for women diagnosed with breast cancer.
She is the life-coach and yoga teacher on “Natural Reboot” TV show and has been called “One of the most inspiring Philadelphian’s” and “Best of Philly” multiple times by Philadelphia Magazine.
She leads programs for the University of Pennsylvania Wharton Leadership and Advanced Management Programs, Pennsylvania Bar Association, Philadelphia Bar Association, Morris Arboretum, and Kripalu Center.
She is currently a Post-Bacc student at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, exploring watercolor and the topic of vitality, beauty and self-acceptance.