Take care of yourself and the ones you love.

Being human can be stressful  — especially right now. And... we cannot let the discomfort hold us back. We have a lot of work to do to abolish systems of oppression and take a stand for a more equitable and inclusive world.⠀⠀

This virtual workshop is a small offering intended to support you to counter the stress-response that we are all experiencing right now. Collectively, we are in the process of clearing hundreds of years of programming — and it is vital to remember our tools for self care. Molly will share radical self care practices to replenish your body and mind.

When we are overcome by stress, we feel ungrounded — unable to think clearly and to act thoughtfully. Chronic, depleting stress holds us back from showing up, doing the work, and making a difference. Take care of yourself, so you can keep showing up for the cause. True and lasting change takes time — we need you to stay inspired, energized and connected.

Here's what you'll get...

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    VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

    • WELCOME | Introduction

    • PRESENTATION | 40 Min

    • OPPORTUNITY | Reset with us!

    • FREE GIFT | Download your guide

    • RESOURCES | Explore + Integrate

Value

This workshop is available to all monthly members.

Meet Your Instructor

Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, Wellness Educator, E-RYT 500

Molly McConnell, AP

Molly is a NAMA Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, Wellness Educator, and self-proclaimed Self Care Extraordinaire committed to living intentionally and supporting others in their process do the same. She strives to uplift themes of collective wellness and radical self-love in all of her work. With a bachelor’s degree in Women & Gender Studies and more than 2,000 hours of Ayurvedic study and clinical experience at Alandi Gurukula, Molly is a lover of both learning and unlearning. She is humbled to share this ancient wisdom as it intersects with more contemporary themes of feminism, equity and justice.

Fortify your wellbeing.

Restore resilience and work/life balance using the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda.

Cover photo by Laura Bartczak.