Take care of yourself and others.

Have you ever wondered how you could better support your coworkers, family, or community members? 

Relationship building creates space for people to feel safe to share, reflect and create together. This space enables us to create more sustainable structures for sustainable SOLUTIONS that mutually allow everyone to thrive.

As we nourish our own wellbeing, we cultivate vulnerability, honesty, acceptance, truth and growth...which supports us as we navigate challenging conversations with friends, family members, coworkers, and even strangers. In doing so, we plant seeds for COLLECTIVE WELLNESS and we nourish the potential for collective evolution — and for justice. Self care is only the first step. Directing awareness toward Community wellbeing is the essential next step. 

Discover a new framework for relating to others based on the Ayurvedic doshas. By appreciating each other’s strengths, challenges, and individual work-styles, we can create channels for more effective communication and receptivity. As we strive to better understand others, we access a greater understanding of ourselves. This heightened effort for mutual understanding not only increases the quality of our interactions, but the quality of our contributions to the world.

There is so much work to be done. And undone. We need to continue finding ways to show up for each other.

Here's what you'll get...

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    VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

    • WELCOME | Introduction

    • PROMPT | Questions to Consider

    • DOWNLOAD | Collaboration of Doshas

    • PRESENTATION | 52 Min

    • OPPORTUNITY | Keep the Momentum

    • MORE SUPPORT | Connect with Us

    • QUIZ | How do I explain myself?

Invest in collective wellness

Thank you for supporting our work, and your long term health!

Meet Your Instructor

Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, Wellness Educator, RYT 500

Molly McConnell, AP

Molly is a NAMA Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner, Wellness Educator, and self-proclaimed Self Care Extraordinaire committed to living intentionally and supporting others in their process do the same. She strives to uplift themes of collective wellness and radical self-love in all of her work. With a bachelor’s degree in Women & Gender Studies and more than 2,000 hours of Ayurvedic study and clinical experience at Alandi Gurukula, Molly is a lover of both learning and unlearning. She is humbled to share this ancient wisdom as it intersects with more contemporary themes of feminism, equity and justice.

Fortify your wellbeing.

Restore resilience and work/life balance using the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda.