You don’t want to just DO yoga, you want to live like a yogi.
You know that your body is hardwired for enlightenment.
You know that you can feel more ease and thrive in your life. But right now you don’t. Because years of cultural programming have unraveled the innate knowledge you possess.
There is a disconnect in the mind-body connection that creates subtle symptoms: insomnia, weight gain, general malaise.
You want to feel better in your body. You want to transform your habits to align with your ideals. You know it’s not going to happen overnight, but changing all the things you want to change seems overwhelming and exhausting.
Embodied Alchemy is that process. It is the process of deep, embodied inquiry.
We engage with this large process of change by breaking it up into small, easy habits. We change one step at a time.
Embodied Alchemy is a laboratory for transforming your entire physical experience. We experiment with changing our daily habits using yoga and Ayurveda as our guides.
Some things we talk about are: living in rhythm with nature, meditation, breath body practices, and healthy eating. We focus on the practical application of these habits and troubleshoot integrating them into our lives.
You don’t need to be super into yoga to come, although we will do yoga. You don’t have to be committed to eating local or vegan or paleo. You don’t have to promise that you will get up at sunrise each day. You don’t even have to like green juice.
You DO have to commit to participating, and to having a spirit of experimentation. The motto of the class is, “Try it and see what happens.”
Our guiding question is, “Does it feel transformational?”
Sure, you can learn how to do these things on your own. You can learn them from a book or the internet, but actually changing your habits is harder than reading a book. You need support, guidance, accountability, and a plan. It won’t be easy, but I’ll make it as simple as possible. If it’s gonna change your life, it’s worth the investment of time and money.
Sign up now. Because you can create thrive in this body. Or you can wait for reincarnation.
Tracey Duncan has over twenty years of experience in massage, yoga, meditation, and health coaching. She believes that the most important things about health and self care are self-acceptance (which includes dropping ridiculous expectations of self-deprivation and perfection), getting curious and experimenting with new habits (instead of just grabbing them off the shelf), and integrating the habits that allow you to get the most pleasure out of your embodied life. Tracey thinks that you can have your king cake and eat it too.