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Saturday, July 27 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Voice of Change: Find Your Voice & Speak Your Truth LIMITED

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It is time for our voices to be used in the service of healing and change. But so many of us are terrified of our authentic voice that we bury it, silence it or cover it up. What if we trusted our vessel and courageously gave ourselves permission to speak our truth? What if the world was calling us to become voices of change? What if our voice was necessary for the healing of our world? In this workshop, designed specifically for teachers and students who feel blocked in their expression, we will discover the authentic voice within and enhance the potency and power of our self expression as facilitators and change makers. The practice will focus on specific sequences designed to release long held traumas in the 5th chakra. We will learn the ancient art of bridging sound and asana as we move through powerful standing postures, liberating balance postures and voice activating backbends. As you release, listen and find your voice, you will then be supported in taking steps to become an effective agent of change - using self expression to support social justice and creative evolution. Voice of Change invites our embodied truth to become our message, our medicine and our direct action. Dive into this ecstatic immersion into the heart of soulful self-expression and discover your ability to live, express and embody your truth. Become a Voice of Change!

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Suzanne Sterling

Suzanne Sterling is a dedicated musician, yogi, activist and socialinnovator who has been performing and teaching transformationalworkshops for over 20 years. She is co-founder of Off The Mat, Intothe World, and founder of Voice of Change which offersprograms dedicated to inspiring... Read More →



Saturday July 27, 2019 4:00pm - 6:00pm
The Capital Club 82 Patton Ave Suite 800, Asheville, NC 28801

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