PREPARE FOR THE HOLIDAYS BY JOINING OTHER

“Ghost Daughers”

The fall holidays are just around the corner. If you were raised by a Ghost Mother your holiday memories may be filled with more pain than joy.

Make this year different – join our growing community of “Ghost Daughters” to feel supported and inspired during an afternoon of gentle mind-body exercises, humor, guided imagery, music and more.

Let’s celebrate differently this year!

TIME:

Sunday
October 8, 2017
1:30 – 4pm

COST:

Advance registration is required by Oct. 4th.
Cost $65

LOCATION:

Mt. Yoga Studio
12234 Poway Rd,
Suite 202
Poway, CA 92064

This workshop event is facilitated by Tracey Plascencia, RYT, registered yoga teacher and owner of Mt. Yoga, and Kathryn Rudlin, LCSW, therapist & author of Ghost Mothers: Healing From the Pain of a Mother Who Wasn’t Really There. We’re both ghost daughters dedicated to developing a supportive community and sharing with you all that we’ve learned.

For more information about healing from a Ghost Mother click here to contact us.

For issues re: sign up, contact Tracy directly at: tracey@mtyoga.org

Click here to sign up

Note:
The workshop is listed about halfway down the page, click on sign up.

Testimonials from Previous Workshops

  • “I felt understood for the first time. I loved the integration of yoga and therapy.”
  • “Thank you for giving a voice to those who need it.”
  • “I loved the mix of movement with conversation, more of this!”
  • “Loved it, thank you.”
  • “I appreciated the reassurance that I’m not alone, that others have gone through this and that we can all learn from each other.”
  • “The participants were great, the agenda was great and not having to stick with it made it feel like my experience was important.”
  • “A very comfortable setting and great information.”
  • “Not just mental healing, also physical healing. How I feel physically is one of the things I used to ignore.”
  • “Loved the empowerment message. Excellent teachers who are very passionate about what they’re presenting.”
  • “I got some much-needed validation; nice to know I’m not alone.”