http://www.wellesley.edu/davismuseum/events/node/117856 The Davis Museum
106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA 02481
$20 per class; $10 per class for Friends of Art Members, Wellesley Students, Faculty, and Staff
Art, Sports & Active Life, University
Instructor: Sara DiVello
Tuesdays, June 27, July 11, July 18, and July 25
Cost: $20 per class ($10 Friends of Art Members, Wellesley Students, Faculty, and Staff); or $70 for all four classes ($35 for Friends of Art Members, Wellesley Students, Faculty, and Staff)
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Come find your asana at the Davis with a 15-minute special tour and private viewing of a meditative object, followed by an hour-long outdoor yoga session. Participants should bring their own mat and water bottle.
Sara DiVello is an acclaimed yoga teacher and author of the best-selling book, Where in the OM Am I? One Woman’s Journey from the Corporate World to the Yoga Mat, NIEA winner for Best Memoir, selected by Shape Magazine as a best book, and chosen by Working Mother Magazine as one of the top eight memoirs of the year.
Sara teaches and speaks nationally on using yoga tools to find life balance, direction, and fulfillment. She has appeared on CBS and the Huffington Post Live, as well as in Forbes, The New York Times, ABC, CNBC, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Boston Herald, USA Today, Boston Magazine and many more. Her articles have appeared in Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Dr. Oz The Good Life Magazine, MindBodyGreen,Woman’s Day and more.
Sara’s talks and workshops are welcoming, nourishing, and transformational and accessible to all—offering attendees the possibility to step back, breathe deeply, question deeply, and profoundly experience fulfillment, wellness, balance, and calm. Sara was also selected as one of seven Athleta Brand Ambassadors in the country, and provides free health and wellness events to the Boston community.
Sara holds a B.A. in communications, summa cum laude, with a print concentration and a minor in European history. She is also passionate about gardening, travel, and great food.