Tuesdays, 6:00–7:15pm
September 6, 13, 20, 27, October 4
The path to fertility can be a lonely one,
but it doesn’t have to be.  Become part of
a small group of women on a similar
journey and connect deeply with yourself
and others to relieve stress and anxiety,
find support, and consciously create the
experience you seek.  Using a yogic
approach to fertility, we will explore gentle
and restorative yoga postures, breath
work, relaxation, visualization, meditation,
and intention to clear stagnant energy,
balance hormones, increase circulation,
reduce stress, improve overall health, and
move toward balance between action
and surrender. Find community, safety,
support, strength and connection in this
fertility promoting movement and awareness
series.  No prior Yoga experience

found yoga 13 years ago through her involvement
with modern dance.  She is constantly
driven and inspired by Yoga’s medicinal
benefits, having seen first hand how
healing can be realized through all areas of
the body, mind and life.  Julia’s approach to
healing is based on the practical application
of physical postures, breath, and intention.
Having practiced fertility awareness for over
9 years Julia brings a clear understanding
of the deep connections between the mind,
the emotions, and the endocrine system.
Her teaching blends this deep body wisdom
with authentic Yoga practice and philosophy,
guiding you to a new discovery of your
body’s self-healing power.  Julia completed
her yoga teacher training at Radiant Life
Yoga, and has completed additional training
with Ben Vincent and Matthew Sanford.

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 7:30–9:00am
Come when you can, leave early if you
Tuesdays, September 6, 13, 20 & 27
—You will not get sweaty, just relaxed,
prepared and alert.
Thursdays, September 8, 15, 22 & 29
—You will be guided through a more
energetic movement practice.
$60 for Tuesdays or Thursdays
$110 for both Tuesdays and Thursdays
Begin your morning with intention
and create a foundation of mental and
physical well-being that will carry you
through the day with ease and strength.
This class series will focus on alleviating
challenging emotions, lifting depression
and anxiety and releasing that which does
not serve us. With guided mediation,
breath work, healing poses, and words
of resilience and care, you will be guided
through a practice that restores love for
your body and reminds you that you
are powerful and connected. All women
are welcome. Wear comfy clothes. We will
drink tea, check in, and move our bodies to
awaken to the day and our potential. 

AUTUMN LEE believes above all in the
power of love and in the comfort and strength of
sisterhood. She uses yoga and meditation as a
practice to calm, heal, and connect.  It is through
our breathe and a healthy relationship with ourselves
and with others that we transcend that which
we do not need and become more fully ourselves.
She brings a servant’s heart to her classes, and a
sincere desire to create a space for personal growth
and possibility. Classes are safe, welcoming, and
foster on-going relationships. Come to class with
an open heart, a desire to find empowerment
and a investment in loving your body. Autumn
received her training at Minneapolis Yoga Center
and has practiced yoga in support group settings
for adult women and with high school students
for the past three years. Her teaching style is warm
and welcoming, and full of burning sage.

Mondays, 6:30–7:30pm
October 16, 23, 30, November 6, 13
Qigong is the ancient Chinese system
for cultivating good health using gentle
movement, guided imagery, and mindfulness.
Qigong practice puts you in touch
with the natural rhythms of your body,
restoring balance, ease, and flow. Through
this unique Medical Qigong form, you
will learn to gently release layers of
chronic stress and tension. The nervous
and endocrine systems are nourished, the
mind is refreshed, and the emotions are
balanced. You will be guided through
five simple exercises that together deeply
relax and energize the body on all levels.
You will receive support and resources
to develop an effective home Qigong
practice. All are welcome, no experience
practiced and taught various forms of
qigong for over 20 years. As a teen he
witnessed his mother’s dramatic recovery
from 12+ years of crippling Multiple Sclerosis,
facilitated by Qigong and Chinese
Medicine. Chandler currently works
primarily with the Integrative Medicine
Program at Abbott Northwestern Hospital
in Minneapolis. At Abbott, Chandler
shares his broad knowledge of Qigong
with patients, visitors, and staff on a daily
basis. With the support of the Penny
George Foundation he is working to create
a hospital-wide Qigong program that
will help to bring the profound benefits
of Qigong into the mainstream of our
healthcare system. For Chandler Qigong
is a vast body of experiential knowledge
about restoring and maintaining health
to body, mind, and spirit. On the way to
better health, we discover how to live our
best lives.