Welcome to Moon School Yoga

     MOONSCHOOL YOGA 

@ THE DILLSBORO INN

 Quantum Healing and Classical Yoga

The road to higher Consciousness is through the Body

              Healing Postures as We Enter                              The Aquarian Age                     

    A Clear Yogic Path to the Heart and     The Fifth Dimension        

  3 Day Warm Yoga Workshops on a Cool Whitewater River in the Smoky Mountains

  Barkan Method Warm Yoga inspired by Jimmy Barkan and the Goshe Lineage *               *  Classical Anuttara Raja Yoga inspired by Phillip Christedoulou and Patangali  *                                              *  Elemental Watercourse Yin Yoga inspired by Ealaine Parker  *                                                                             * Goddess Alchemy inspired by Barbara Hand Clow  *                

                                                                                                     
               A Clear Yoga Camp with Ecotourism and Goddess Alchemy in Nature 
                      Neural Pathway Cleansing and Multidimensional Activation
                                       5 types of Fascia Sheath and Quantum Healing
                           Dynamics of Meridians with glands, organs and systems
                                           Quantum Physics and Epigenetics
                                        Goddess Alchemy and the  World Tree
                                            Moon School Yoga at The Dillsboro Inn
                                                                     T.J. Walker
                                       ” Classical Yoga is more about undoing than doing
                                                   as our biography is in our biology “

CLEAR YOGA  WORKSHOPS
MID-WEEK And ON THE MOONS

Welcome to Moon School Yoga        www.moonschoolyoga.com            828 5863898             www.dillsboroinn.com

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