Mar 18, 2020
Now more than ever we are reflecting on community and
depending on one another. This interdependency makes us
fundamentally human. While we are deeply entrenched in the culture
of productivity it is hard to recognize the importance of community
and the one-ness of good health. This episode is a
conversation about building a community with the goal of human
expansion and taking calm, conscious action.
Today’s episode features Jane Bannehman founder and president
of Nectar Yoga. It was such an honor and a pleasure to sit
down with her.
She is an entrepreneur, consultant and coach. Her yoga
studios in Northern Virginia serve up a a wide variety of classes
including teacher trainings, hot yoga, vinyasa flow and vet yoga.
They strive to bring together community and yoga without an
Her resume includes roles in wellness leadership and serving
on national advisory boards for the American Council of Exercise
and American Fitness Studios and time at Georgetown University and
university VA, managing campus wellness programs and
At the core of this conversation is spiritual growth and
business leadership. We are here for transformations,
abundance and leadership. The virus and factory noise of fear
hasn’t changed this, this episode was recorded on 2/18/20.
- Measuring the connectivity of your community
- The cultivation of community in health
- At Jane’s studios: Yoga program for First Responders, Military,
Veterans & Military spouses https://nectaryogastudios.com/powernectaryoga/
- The scope of yoga and healing trauma
- Healing the subtle and physical body of our beings
- Jenn’s history with yoga and trauma
Links of interest
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