It’s simple: You, human, have a heart, and its sole purpose is to love. Throughout life, we collect stories and experiences that shape us. Have you ever drawn your own life’s map? If you have, what does this map look like? Where does the love come in? In “A Journey into Fearless Self Love,” we will draw the maps of our lives through the written word. We will find the love, and its foundation will come from within us, within our stories, within our strengths. No yoga experience required. We will be covering a handful of asanas in B.K.S. Iyengar’s Light on Yoga in great detail.
When you complete this workshop, you will receive:
- A map of the world and the courage to navigate it.
- A journal and pens/pencils.
- You will learn techniques to help you feel more courageous.
- You will learn techniques to help you love yourself, gently.
- You will learn how cultivating self-love is the true foundation of loving others.
This workshop combines both writing and yoga. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat. Journals and nourishment provided.
When: June 12, 2016
Where: Writer’s Atelier (336 Grove Ave. Suite B Winter Park, FL 32789)
Investment: $40 (In person) OR $30 (Virtual)
Ashley Inguanta is a Florida-based writer and photographer whose work has appeared inRedivider,PANK, make/shift, Adrienne: A Poetry Journal of Queer Women, Sweet: A Literary Confection, and many other magazines and literary journals. Her work has been anthologized in Francesca Lia Block’s Love Magick, Nicole Monaghan’s Stripped, and Central Florida’s very own15 Views of Orlando. Ashley is also the Art Director ofSmokeLong Quarterly. Ashley’s story “The Heart of America” earned an Honorable Mention in Glimmer Train for their Very Short Fiction Award. Last year, The Ampersand Review nominated her poem “San Andreas Fault” for the Pushcart Prize. Ashley is also the author of three collections of poetry: The Way Home (Dancing Girl Press), For the Woman Alone (Ampersand Books), and Bomb (forthcoming with Ampersand Books). She has had the honor of reading in many Orlando shows, as well as shows in Los Angeles and New York. Ashley has been featured in numerous publications, including Everyday Fiction, Orlando Weekly,American Microreviews & Interviews, and The Great American Brainstorm. In 2013, she was named as “one of the six Central Florida poets you should know” by Orlando Arts Magazine. Keep up to date with her travels, readings, and publications here: www.ashleyinguanta.com.