September 17, 2016 at The Center SF in San Francisco.
Are you interested in cultivating an attitude of gratitude, and bringing more joy and wellbeing into your life and the life of your daughter? Are you ready to strengthen your loving relationship and celebrate one another? If so, then come expand your power of appreciation and join us for some intentional fun!
What to expect:
This workshop provides interactive, creative and connecting activities to bond mothers and daughters in a fun and conscious way!
There will be 30 minutes of yoga, as well as fun art projects, gratitude practices to exercise appreciation, conversation, and a self gratitude dance party. Will also receive your own gratitude packet!
Please wear comfortable clothes, bring your yoga mat, water bottle, notebook and pen. Most importantly, don’t forget to bring a smile and an open heart!! Snack will be provided after.
Please contact Daniella at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you might have.
Price: 40 dollars for mother and daughter combination
About the instructor: Daniella is a native New Yorker and has lived in the Bay Area for almost two years now. From a very young age she has been practicing and expressing gratitude for the special people in her life, for the wonders of the world and for all of the greatness that makes her heart flutter. Her passion for gratitude blossomed after the loss of her mother. Her connection to gratitude helped her put things into perspective by remembering that every difficulty carries within it an opportunity to feel appreciation. During this time, she was able to feel grounded and peaceful because she shifted her focus on the love and support that surrounded her during this hard loss. She spent the next year indulging herself in thank you cards and love bombing the people who made her world bright and beautiful.
During her healing, she took time to travel and connect with people through conscious conversations and gratitude reflections. She found herself in California and instantly connected with the sunshine vibes of San Francisco. She’s been living as the heroine of her story by carrying the spirit of her mother through her work. She is a nanny to two bright, sweet little ladies and is currently studying to be a midwife. She has trained with RealGirl, a program dedicated to empowering young girls and she is currently working hard to bring it to the Bay Area. It is is her sincere passion, to inspire and cultivate the minds of young girls and to encourage them to let their inner light shine and reach their highest potential. She is passionate about connecting mothers and daughters in a fun and creative way to help strengthen a loving relationship.
Working with the youth has always been a part of her journey and has shown up in many facets of her life. She did volunteer work at a children’s hospital and has also volunteered as a mentor for a young girl from a challenging and vulnerable circumstance. She worked as a dance instructor in Brooklyn for small kids and young teens, teaching tap, ballet, acrobatics, and salsa. She is also certified to teach yoga to kids.