Physical address: 4821 N. Helena Ave. KCMO 64151
Mailing address:  P. O. Box 12062, Parkville, MO 64152

Phone: 816-584-0777

Email: lynn@gardensofdelight.org

 

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Lynn Soulier

Being in nature is home for Lynn.  Nature teaches us that just by being connected to the elements, we can begin to heal in many ways. Gardens of Delight provides an outlet for our  nature connection, by accessing our creativity we transform lives, by  moving and healing ourselves, we transform communities. The tools of Lynn's trade include Energy Healing, Yoga (both Hatha and Kundalini), Doula (birthing assistant), Herbal Wellness and Aromatherapy, Organic Gardening.

 

Education: Lynn studied at the Austral-Asian School of Herbal Studies, in Oregon, obtaining her diploma in herbal studies. Lynn is a graduate of The Core Star school of Energy Healing, and a 4-year assistant instructor at the school. Lynn received her training in Anusara Yoga in Kansas City Missouri, and her Kundalini Yoga training from 3HO. Her Doula training was received through DONA at St. Lukes hospital in Kansas City. She also practices the art of Peruvian Shamanism. She can be reached at lynn@gardensofdelight.org



Lynn Soulier instructs the following:
  • Gentle Beginning Yoga
  • Begin with the fundamentals of Yoga.  This class focuses on proper alignment, strengthening the core, awakening muscles, easing tight hips and shoulders. This class is a pre-requisite for taking the intermediate Yoga classes. You will learn breath awareness, and have an introduction to meditation, and the philosophy of Yoga.

  • Kundalini Yoga, The Language of Love
  • The Language of Love
    Loving words in relationship seem easy at the beginning, when love is brand new. What if that level of love and conscious awareness could be the baseline of your daily conversations?

    Dwindling love happens within a relationship when harsh words are spoken, and trust broken. In this class you will develop skillful communicating and listening. Through Kundalini yoga, you'll disperse anger and criticism, unlocking the door to better relationships with your partner, and with everyone. Learn to speak kindly and with authority, become aware and empowered, set aside the "critical parent voice" and speak lovingly to your children. This is an on-going class that focuses on the tools of Kundalini Yoga and the teachings of Yogi Bhajan. All are invited, singles and couples. Please register online to attend. Class begins on March 9 at 5:30 p.m


  • Healthy Kids Club
  • This program is for kids ages 6-14 and meets the first and third Saturdays of every month. The first Saturday we start at 9:00 a.m. with a lesson planned around gardening and nutrition and food prep, then we spend time in the community organic garden, or hiking, or on a scavenger hunt...after this we convene to the Yoga barn for kids yoga, ending at 12:30.
     
    Third Saturday:  Kids get a full hour of yoga class starting at 11:15 and finishing at 12:15.
     
    What a great way to get kids interested in eating healthy, learning to grow organic foods, cooking, hiking and much more. Why not give a class a try with your kids?
    Parents are welcome to stay, or to drop off.

  • Intermediate Yoga
  • Learn the principles and philosophy of Yoga designed for the student who has good range of motion, and desires a quicker paced class. Class includes vigorous sun salutations cultivating flexibility, strength and body awareness. Suitable for those who have completed two or more Beginning Hatha Yoga courses and also those who have been studying another style of Hatha Yoga for at least one year. We cultivate a profound connection to the heart and the breath.

  • Pre-Natal Yoga
  • Pre Natal Yoga meets weekly;

    It's Not just a yoga class, but a supportive and informative community of moms to be.
    During this extraordinary time in your life, create a nurturing bond between yourself and your baby through Yoga. Enjoy our innovative approach to prenatal care and experience a radiant pregnancy and healthy delivery. You'll learn ways to ease physical discomforts, focus on bonding with your baby, reduce stress and anxiety, learn effective pain coping skills, and gain support from other women. Share in the teachings of the herbs and essential oils that provide greater comfort during this amazing time of life.

  • Chair Yoga
  • A gentle beginning class to open tight hips and shoulders. Focus is on proper alignment, gaining increased strength and balance. A good class to facilitate healing after surgery. Also for regaining flexibility in tight joints and muscles. A great place to begin a yoga practice.

  • Happy Baby Yoga
  • Join new mothers in a fun class to connect and grow with your baby. We'll explore gentle mama and baby yoga poses, infant massage, and discuss herbal and aromatherapy techniques as well as recipes for making organic baby food. It's a great opportunity to bond with your child, and make life-long friendships in your community.

  • Restorative Yoga
  • This class is designed for students of all abilities. It is a soothing and gentle class which restores balance to the nervous system, allowing the body to gently open and heal. With deep relaxation at the core of this class, each student may feel gently supported through props, gentle stretching, and guided meditation.

  • Meditation - Finding Your Peaceful Center
  • There are so many distractions and unplanned challenges that pull us away from our centered calm place. Through the practice of sitting meditation you'll learn to pull your mind from racing thoughts, and find a nice calm center to return to. This introductory class teaches mindfulness by attuning to the breath, and awareness by connecting to the heart. The health benefits of a regular meditation practice are numerous. Drop ins are always welcome. Just $10 per class or $40 per month.