Nurture a deep connection with yourself through the medicine of yoga, sound and our feathered friends.

A collaboration between Inner Wild Yoga & Dharma Chicks, Nathalie and Kelie will guide you through a practice of gentle yoga and sound healing alongside a a beloved flock of hens and guinea fowl. Located in a beautiful corner of Alexander, this is a perfect opportunity to leave behind the business of your week and connect back in with nature.

Please bring a yoga mat. Very limited quanity is available to share.
Please arrive 10-15 minutes early
to set your space and connect with the animals.
Class will begin promptly at 10:30am.

Feel free to bring anything else that might enhance your experience - pillows, blankets, eyepillow, water, etc. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask! Email kelie@rubyrosesanctuary.com.

Summer 2019
5:00 - 6:30pm


June 9
July 14
August 9
Sept 15

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Located in our private farm sanctuary.
Address will be shared upon booking.

 

 

About Your Guides

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Kelie is a farm girl at heart who is totally smitten for her 50 some animals, including horses, goats, chickens, guinea fowl, 1 turkey, 2 rabbits, a cat and along with feeding all the wild birds. They are the loves of her life, daily entertainment, heart healers and cozy companions. It is her passion to create sacred spaces for people to witness sweet connections and heart-opening moments within themselves, animals and nature.

Spending 19 years as a body-worker and healer along with nestling on a small farm in the Appalachian Mountains with animals has taught Kelie that life is sacred, our bodies and mind are exquisite, and the simplest things in life are the most magical. Receiving a smile from another human, feeling warm delicate raindrops on our face, snuggling with a beloved animal… these are the things that living a happy life is all about.

 
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Inspired by her outdoor yoga practice, Nathalie taught her first yoga class in the mountains of Arctic Sweden during a backpacking trip. It was here that she realized the power of practicing yoga in the wild. The more people connect with nature first hand, the more we can protect it and learn about ourselves in the process. This experience inspired her to pursue a 200 hour yoga teacher training with the Asheville Yoga Center.

She believes in many things. Taking care of the body + soul. Intuitive movement. The healing powers of the mountains. Sipping tea. Running away to the woods. Holding others up. Her classes are designed to awaken your senses, enhance your focus and help you reconnect to the Inner Wild.