Phelan La Velle has been teaching Yoga for nine years. An instructor at M3Yoga, she completed her 200 YTT with Bill Cottrell at Yogaful Day, and is currently in pursuit of her 500 YTT with Noah Maze.
Food is powerful medicine and can influence our health and well-being.
What we eat influences not only our physical body, but our emotions, and the mind as well.
I’ve been studying healing practices for years as a way to heal my own health challenges (migraines, back pain, high cholesterol, PCOS, IBS, hypoglycemia) and I learned so much..
We have some really special qigong events on the horizon! You also may have noticed Thrive hosting more consistent offerings in our classroom and around the Southeast. Qigong is the perfect antidote…
Cundy Bryson is a movement therapist and has been practicing and teaching Yoga and Authentic Movement for more than 20 years. She is trained in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Pre and Postnatal Yoga and Yin Yoga.
Tony Galis owns Thrive Integrative Medicine in Athens, GA and serves there as an acupuncturist and practitioner of Chinese medicine. He began his study of Qigong 20 years ago and continues to practice and teach his art passionately.
Rebecca Shisler Marshall, PhD founded Centered Living, offering an integrated approach to wellness. She is a certified yoga and mindfulness instructor, shamanic practitioner, Reiki Master, and certified Martha Beck Life Coach.
Cathy has studied and trained in various mind/body traditions for almost 40 years. She has experience teaching in yoga studios and for UGA, and is certified in MBSR, Mindfulness Yoga, meditation, Pilates and an ERTY500.
Charlene owns Yonah Yoga Studio and co owns Sautee Studio in NE Georgia and has been a yoga practitioner for 11 years. She is certified in Hatha Vinyasa Yoga, Ayurveda, Breath Work and Meditation and Yin Yoga.
In the next few weeks, we’ll start to notice a coolness in the air, the changing foliage, and shorter days, all paired with a shift in mood as the holidays approach. When this inevitable change occurs in nature, we inherently follow its course…