The Way launches on September 8, 2019!

Over the course of 13 weeks participants will regularly practice yoga and complete The Artist's Way program.  This is a peer-led, egalitarian process intended to heighten our creativity through practical exercises, group support, and exploration of spirituality.  The group will meet twice per week to practice yoga and complete the work of the program.  Sunday evening sessions will include a yoga session followed by reading the weekly chapter, completing the writing tasks, and group discussion.  Wednesday evenings will include a yoga session and group conversation / support about progress through the week.  

This experience is open to anybody that wants to participate. No previous yoga experience is required and you don’t have to be an “artist”.  We are all inherently creative and The Artist's Way is for anybody that is curious about exploring deeper aspects of themselves.   

What You Get
The cost of the program is $555 paid in 3 monthly payments of $185. Participants receive:

  • 4.5 hours of group work per week including sessions on Wednesday nights from 6:30pm - 8:30pm and Sunday nights from 5:15pm - 7:45pm. 

  • A copy of The Artist’s Way book

  • Access to unlimited yoga at Swans Nest throughout the 3-month program (value of $133 / month itself!)

See below for more details and feel free to reach out to me at with any questions!




Participants will practice yoga as a group twice per week as part of the program, and will also have access to unlimited yoga classes at The Nest during the three months. All levels of yoga practitioners are welcome, even if you’re never stepped foot into a yoga studio before! We’ll primarily practice Vinyasa Flow yoga, but participants will also be introduced to other types of yoga such as Yin, Ashtanga, and Kundalini. We’ll also practice meditation and chanting.

The Artist’s Way

The Artist's Way: A Spiritual Path To Higher Creativity is a book by author Julia Cameron. The book was written to help people with artistic creative recovery, which teaches techniques and exercises to assist people in gaining self-confidence in harnessing their creative talents and skills. The author highlights a connection between creativity and a spiritual connection with a higher power as a cornerstone of engaging with our inherent creativity. We need not be traditional artists - musicians, painters, writers, etc. - to be creative and to benefit from this book. Creativity is our nature and inherent in all that we do, no matter our chosen profession or path in life.