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Stephanie Olga

Good Morning, Sat Nam & So Hum!
Thank you for welcoming me to the community.

I’ve been studying and traveling internationally to learn different cultural perspectives on holistic health for the last several years. I delight in sharing in any experience I believe will raise the collective conscious of all beings and am committed to walking a path of compassion, simplicity, and patience.

I started practicing in 2003 and have studied several lineages of yoga in an attempt to get close to the Source and find my Truth. My experience is that Yogic Philosophy is one of the tools to be used on this journey to master reality and become Universal. Rather than a teacher, I would say I’m more of a guide here to help individuals understand the truest version of their Self.

I encourage you to visit my website (www.SOHarmonious.com) and introduce yourself so we can grow together.

Stephanie Olga
Yoga, Reiki, Meditation
Essential Oils, Personal Development

Stephanie Olga instructs the following:
  • Reiki Restorative Yoga
  • Unravel your nervous system and experience the benefits of deep relaxation is through a Reiki Restorative practice. A true remedy for the demands of today’s fast-paced world.

    Restorative Yoga uses props, such as blankets, bolsters, and blocks, to help you melt into long holds in relaxing postures designed to relieve the effects of chronic stress and pain in the body.

    Reiki is Universal Life Force Energy, a holistic energy modality that also works on the nervous system. Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that promotes healing.

    Reiki Restorative Yoga will help you to slow down and go within. We are not seeking to create a life with no stress; but rather, we are seeking to balance the stress response so we can show up more fully in all aspects of our lives.

    Reiki Restorative Yoga offers a spiritual vacation from the constant demands of our lives allowing us to just "be".