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Yoga & Writing: A Workshop to Settle into Your Body & Free Your Words

An invitation to create from a place of joy and freedom, including from judgment, critique, and fear

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So much gratitude to Ellie Jacobson for inviting me to share about my upcoming Yoga and Writing Workshop here!

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E. Katherine Kottaras

E. Katherine Kottaras

M.A. English// M.S. Kinesiology, Integrative Wellness. Contemplative teacher & writer. 🏳️‍🌈☮️🌴🍕 Chronic pain yields chronic hope.

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