Meditation/Yoga Workshop: Heart Matters, Sunday December 10th from Noon-1:30pm

Goddess I AM

$ 30.00


Let’s explore how to keep our hearts filled with joy and openness no matter what. Even when faced with judgment, stress, and difficult situations. Let’s explore how to fill our hearts with love.

We will engage in ways to open our hearts (emotionally) as well as bring awareness to the ways in which we can support and care for our emotional health. We will participate in yoga, meditation, and pranayama (breathing techniques), all curated to help you fill your heart so that you can surrender to love.

This workshop will include: heart-opening yoga poses, heart-felt meditation and manifestation, heart-accepting breathing techniques, and heart-centered creative activities (journaling to heart-awareness prompts).  We will end class with community building (sharing and listening) and yoga nidra (guided meditation)—tools to empower you to move through your day in a heartfelt manner.

Rosh will be your guide. No previous yoga, meditation or art experience is necessary for the workshop.  All supplies for the workshop will be provided. Please bring your yoga mat. 

Rosh Mishra is a Yoga, meditation, and Pranayama teacher who has curated workshops that initiate the cooperation of all of our senses, psyche, and emotions to co-create a life we can navigate with fierce and gentle actions. Rosh Mishra: is originally from India, the birthplace of yoga. She is devoted to teaching and to everything to do with yoga!

Rosh has been practicing yoga since 1990. She has been certified to teach yoga since 2008, getting her yoga training from Saraswati River Yoga in Bucks County, PA. Her yoga lineage is from the philosophy of Kashmirian Shaivism. She has a Ph.D. in Public Policy and has been trained in teaching trauma-sensitive yoga. The focus of her life's work has been the engagement of yoga and mindfulness within all communities.

Her teaching style is based on Hatha, Vinyasa, and Yoga Nidra. All styles are rooted in the origins of yoga, which is to create a union or yoke of the mind, body, and breath.