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August 2013

MichelleHart

Community Spotlight – Healing By Example

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By Sandra Yeyati

When Michelle Hart was 40 years old, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Overcome with fear after having watched her grandmother die from the disease, Hart followed conventional protocols, enduring a lumpectomy, radiation and pharmaceutical drugs. She was married with two young sons and working as an office manager for a land developer. It was 1999.

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What Is Avatar?

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The Avatar Course is a set of practical, effective tools that allows people to identify and change the conclusions, decisions and agreements that are shaping their lives in a very short time. Our own beliefs are actually the most powerful forces that influence our existence. They determine what we perceive and how we perceive. Avatar equips us with the tools to deliberately restructure the beliefs that form the pattern of our life.

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Qoya Movement Practice Comes to Austin

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Susan Anderson, who has been teaching hatha yoga full time for more than 10 years, is bringing a new movement practice to Austin called Qoya. Her six-week series of classes, every Tuesday from 7:00 to 8:15 p.m., begins September 3, at Vuka.

“To me, Qoya has become a necessity as a way to infuse my spirit with happiness, by letting the heart guide the body movements to do what feels good, and I am eager to share this amazing practice with others,” says Anderson, who trained with Qoya founder Rochelle Schieck, in Costa Rica.

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Kanti Goods Gives Back

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It all started with a trip to Asia, when a motherdaughter duo, Ernestine and Coco Lammers, discovered beautiful goods infused with beautiful stories. After their travels, the pair created Kanti Goods, named after the Sanskrit word for beautiful. Since 2010, Kanti has shared these goods at signature events and local art markets, and in its online shop. Kanti not only sells fine, worldly goods, but also is weaving itself into the social and environmental fabric of the Austin community.

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