Embody love workshop

Friday May 8, 5:30-8:30pm

This workshop is designed to help anyone who identifies as a woman to embrace radical self-love and self-acceptance and reclaim beauty.
Embody Love Movement, originally founded by Dr. Melody Moore, has recently been through a necessary curriculum update.  What stays the same are the ways this work is helping us learn ways to stop contributing to a culture of oppression of women’s bodies and worth.
As a facilitator and trainer for the nonprofit, Minta guides you through this workshop.  Anyone 18+ who self-identifies as woman is welcome to attend. During this transformative three hour, interactive workshop, you will have the opportunity to explore the dominant narrative around beauty—including the ways you’ve internalized those messages— and the opportunity to begin to dismantle these harmful messages that tell us that we aren’t enough just as we are. You’ll also have the opportunity to begin to embrace beauty on your terms and, as part of that process, move toward radical self-love and self-acceptance.
  • Some gentle movement is guided throughout, no yoga background required
  • Nobody is turned away for lack of funds. If you are a returning participant you can come for half off; if you return and bring a friend you come for free. Send inquiries to mintaallred@gmail.com
  • Accessibility — Workshop is located at 3 Oms Yoga. Front door entrance has a tall flight of stairs, with two landings (6 stairs to first landing, 6 stairs to second landing, and 13 final stairs to studio). Elevator access is available upon request (entry is through back of building, please call front desk (360) 671-3510 so they can assist).  3 Oms is not a scent free environment, but we strive to keep it low-scent. Drinking fountain and water bottle refill with filtered water is offered at studio. Restrooms, showers and changing rooms available.

Minta Allred’s highest priority as a yoga teacher and mentor is the work she does with the nonprofit, Embody Love Movement, inspiring self-identifying girls and women to find inner peace and outer purpose through self-acceptance . She spends the majority of her time as a new mother, studying yoga and raising awareness through supporting the Embody Love Movement. Through facilitating workshops and trainings, she continues to pioneer the Embody Love Movement in the Pacific Northwest, alongside trainer Liz Clift and several dedicated facilitators.

Beth Rusk uses her teacher training, her anatomy knowledge as a massage therapist, and her many years of varied styles of yoga experience to guide you along your own yogic path. Show up to her class ready to breath, connect, flow and discover.

$40

Early bird $35 (one week before)

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Yoga for anxiety

Saturday May 9th, 1-3:30 pm

Anxiety is one of the most common challenges of our modern culture. Stress contributes to the most frequent forms of serious illness, such as heart disease and cancer. Don’t worry! The ancient wisdom of yoga is here to help! Because anxiety affects mind, body and spirit, yoga offers a variety of tools to address the whole being. Yoga postures help relax muscles and build confidence. Breath techniques sooth the nervous system, decrease heart rate and improve digestion.

Meditation calms the mind and can help redirect it from stressful thoughts. These tools are woven together in this afternoon workshop, giving participants simple, practical techniques to recognize and reduce anxiety.

Cat Enright has completed over 800 hours of training, and is a Certified Yoga Therapist. She is deeply committed to yoga as a holistic path to freedom and joy. Her intention in teaching is to help students to see themselves authentically, with compassion and patience.

$40

Early Bird $35 (one week in advance)

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Prenatal partner workshop

Friday May 15th, 6:00-8:00pm

Bring your partner, husband, doula or friend to deeply connect through yoga, breathing and childbirth preparation. Your partner will learn how to support you through labor and you will both leave feeling relaxed and prepared for childbirth. Amy weaves through it what she has witnessed as a doula.

Please pre-register by May 8.

Amy Robinson is the owner of 3 OMS Yoga, as well as an experienced doula. She is gifted at supporting people through healing and transformation, and you will leave class feeling relaxed, more open, stronger, and clear.

$45

NOTE: please register each person individually ($22.50 each)

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YOMA

Sunday May 17th, 12:00-3:15pm

In this workshop, Michal Retter, Yoga Facilitator and Elizabeth Ruff, LMT will blend both gentle and deep stretches, breathing and meditation practices with touch/massage therapy. We will use a variety of props (blankets, bolsters, walls, recliners, eye pillows) to support and stabilize the body and promote renewal of mind and body. You’ll take home a sense of peaceful well-being, as well as a series of restorative poses you can practice at any time. Restorative Yoga coupled with touch and gentle adjustments is a powerful practice that you will benefit greatly from in all areas of your life. **Pre-registration is required, space is limited.

In this YOMA Workshop you will:
– Release deeply held tensions
– Soothe your nervous system
– Refill your Spiritual well

(Please arrive 5 minutes early so that we may begin promptly)

Elizabeth Ruff is a Licensed Massage Therapist in addition to being a yoga teacher, with a rich background of training. She effortlessly weaves her classes with playful light and a sense of adventure.

Michal Retter has a passion for creating a non competitive and open space for self-discovery and self-love of our multi faceted nature – mind, body and soul.

$95

Early bird $90 (one week before workshop)

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Teen Embody Love workshop

Friday May 22nd, 4:30-7:30pm

Teen Embody love workshop is open to teen girls and those who identify as female aged 12-18yrs. This workshop will take you on a journey toward radical self love, self-acceptance and uncovering your true potential. We are aiming to set new intentions about how we feel, think, and speak to ourselves and others.

During this transformative three hour, interactive workshop, you will have the opportunity to explore the dominant narrative around beauty—including the ways you’ve internalized those messages— and the opportunity to begin to dismantle these harmful messages that tell us that we aren’t enough just as we are. You’ll also have the opportunity to begin to embrace beauty on your own terms and, as part of that process, create a new way of uplifting yourself and others. The ultimate goal is to free up energy to better serve our world and our communities, by getting out of your own way and stepping into your own power. We invite you to shift the value of your worth from the external towards the internal. Our hope is that as you begin to peel back layers of societal messaging you can begin to hear your own voice speaking your truth and guiding you forward with purpose.

*Some gentle movement is guided throughout, no yoga background required.
*Nobody turned away for lack of funds, inquire about scholarship options.

Learn more at Embody Love Movement.

Beth Rusk uses her teacher training, her anatomy knowledge as a massage therapist, and her many years of varied styles of yoga experience to guide you along your own yogic path. Show up to her class ready to breath, connect, flow and discover.

$40

Early bird $35 (one week before)

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Chakra Yin

Saturday May 23rd, 1:00-3:30

Come enjoy an afternoon of inner connection and awareness. During this candlelit workshop you will be guided through yin yoga poses tailored to help you tap into your body, mind, and spirit. The poses will be tied to the Chakras, energetic points in the body, and we will work from the base up to the crown. As we go through the postures, there will either be a sound associated to the specific Chakra we are focusing on, or a mantra, that we will repeat internally to help us tune in and focus.

Laura Orso strives to help students find an equilibrium between body, mind, and spirit. In today’s world where everything is focused on doing, moving, improving, and so on, it can easily be forgotten that we need to take time to be slow and allow space. She hopes you leave this workshop feeling calm, grounded, and refreshed.

$40

Early bird $35 (one week in advance)

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Hip opening

Saturday May 30th, 1:00-3:30pm

Relax, rejuvenate, open, and connect with this therapeutic hip opening workshop. Deepen and enrich your practice by exploring the complexity of your hips. Through asana, pranayama and meditation we will attend to the pelvis and hips and the hidden gifts therein. You may find relief for back pain, improved circulation in your legs, and even improve the way you run and walk. This practice can also release stress and negative emotional memories, which may be stored in your hips on an energetic level (Svadisthana and Muladhara Chakras).

Cat Enright has completed over 800 hours of training, and is a Certified Yoga Therapist. She is deeply committed to yoga as a holistic path to freedom and joy. Her intention in teaching is to help students to see themselves authentically, with compassion and patience.

$40

Early bird $35 (one week in advance)

register now