Energy Medicine Yoga Workshop

This workshop is FULL. Thank you for your interest, and we hope to see you again soon!

Saturday, August 27, 2022 10am – Noon – Helena, MT

For me, yoga is an invitation to inquire more deeply into the delicate balance of our body, mind and spirit. Chakras, asanas, meditation and dance are all avenues to explore the Divine within and among us.

So imagine my delight to discover Lauren Walker, creator of EMYoga and author of The Energy to Heal. Through EMYoga, Lauren weaves ancient healing methods, including Chinese medicine’s Five Element Theory, into a yoga practice to activate and organize our energy for optimal health and wellbeing.

It’s my great pleasure to invite you to a special workshop here in Helena with Lauren. Lauren hails from Whitefish, and we’re lucky to snag her as she’s in town leading a week-long retreat at the Feathered Pipe Ranch. For more of her work, see

Cost: $50.00 – includes workshop and a copy of her book, The Energy to Heal. 

This workshop is accessible for practitioners at all levels, giving you the option to go as gentle or as deep as you wish. We’ll incorporate breathing practices proven to balance the nervous system, and meditation techniques. We will be meeting at Helena Community Yoga Studio – 15 W Placer St. Plan to wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat, journal and an open heart. You are invited to an optional potluck lunch afterwards with Lauren.

Deb Halliday

About me

Deb Halliday is a mama, yogini, designer and facilitator. She currently teachers yoga at Hot Yoga Helena. A 300-hour certified Prana Vinyasa® + Soulful Wellness teacher with the Samudra School of Yoga, she channels our natural energetic flow to share a practice that truly is movement alchemy. As a yoga practitioner for more than 20 years, Deb explores spanda, the elements and our energetic body in motion. When she’s not dancing with the divine, she’s channeling it through her firm, Halliday & Associates, working with communities to harness the creative spirit and commitment of nonprofit organizations, philanthropy, and the public/private sector to tackle complex, systemic challenges.

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