Marylou Webb


Marylou Webb


E-RYT 500



I am currently on four Advisory Committee's through Yoga Alliance.



I am and have been Yoga Ambassador to numerous companies



marylouwebb13@yahoo.com



    Classes Offered -


Vinyasa


Restorative


Beginner Yoga


Meditation


New Moon Circles


Groups and Private




Aura Clearing


$20.00



Chakra Balancing


$20.00



Reiki Healing


$30.00



Reiki Attunement 


Level l $150.00


Level ll $200.00


Reiki Master $300.00



     
    Ambassador -


I am and have been Ambassador to numerous companies:


Shaman Sisters



Harem Pants


Ahnu


Coobie


Be Present


Yoga Paws


Jade Yoga Mats


Kashi


Vega


Cozy Orange


Om Pillows


Wear Peace


Bali Malas


Buddah Pants



http://www.ahnu.com/ambassador-program.html



http://www.jadeyoga.com/store/ambassadors.html




    Committees -


Yoga Alliance Standard's Committee - Advisory Group


Yoga Alliance Member Benefits Committee - Advisory Group


Yoga Alliance Schools and Studios Committee - Advisory Group


Yoga Alliance Community Service Award - Judge


www.yogaalliance.org



""Chandeleur Island Brewery -


Yoga and Beer


""Dublin's Pass -


Yoga and Wine



   Partner Studio -


With Yoga Journal Events


Jan. 16 - 20, 2014


San Francisco, CA


http://yjevents.com/sf/partners.php




      Festivals -


Yoga Alliance Conference 2015


The Freedom Retreat 2015


Hanuman Festival 2014


Wake Up Festival 2014


Yoga Alliance Conference 2013


Flagstaff Yoga Festival 2013 - Presenter


South Bay Yoga Conference 2013


Hanuman Yoga Festival 2013


Hempfest 2011 - Presenter, Aura/Chakra Balancing, Yoga



www.flagstaffyogafestival.com/2013-schedule-of-workshops



http://ommmm.com/event/17




      Media -


Articles Published in;


Sivana Spirit


Elephant Journal


Om Times


Yogi Times


Bad Yogi


Yoganonymous


Hub Pages


Yoga Magazine


And others...



   Articles -



http://www.elephantjournal.com/?s=marylou+webb


http://www.elephantjournal.com/2015/09/an-open-letter-to-my-children/


http://www.elephantjournal.com/2016/01/i-am-a-domestic-abuse-survivor/


http://www.elephantjournal.com/2015/12/my-message-to-women-about-body-image/


http://www.elephantjournal.com/2014/04/what-really-happens-to-victims-of-domestic-violencemarylou-webb/


http://www.elephantjournal.com/2012/12/my-story-finding-strength-in-yoga-meditation-after-abuse-trigger-warning-mary-webb/


http://community.omtimes.com/profile/MarylouWebb943



Yoga Magazine


Jan. 2013


(Issue #80)



HEALING MYSELF, AND OTHERS


By Mary Webb



  I am a domestic abuse survivor and an E-RYT500
(Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher at the 500-Hour Level)


  Years ago, I found myself in a physically abusive relationship. I turned to yoga and meditation and through this I found the strength to leave.


  Not long after, I found myself in a totally different kind of an abusive relationship. This abuse I did not recognize. He was verbally, emotionally, spiritually, and mentally abusive. I felt alone and he instilled fear in me. He was dominating, threatening and possessive.



Getting physically abused is just as painful as being mentally, emotionally, verbally and spiritually abused.


  I knew yoga could heal physical problems, so I thought I’d try it to help heal my broken, bruised, beaten down body, mind, spirit and soul.


  I wanted to heal myself and then help others.


  There were so few resources available. I decided I needed to help change things. I had to become a voice for victims.


  Through yoga, I found a strength I didn’t know I possessed. I found courage. I found peace. I then


meditated for direction. I began to give motivational speeches at domestic abuse shelters. I wanted them to be able to see that I had been in the same place they were and I could see the light at the end of the tunnel.



  I then designed a program based on what had worked for me. I offered free yoga and meditation classes to abuse victims. I found that my program worked for them. I wanted to give back and reach out to as many women as I could.


  I saw positive effects and changes among the women.


My hope is to teach others on how to work with abuse victims, helping them understand, reach and deal with victims of abuse and not only bring further awareness to domestic violence, but to help people become more understanding and empathetic.


  If we can understand abuse, maybe we can put an end to abuse.