Manifesting Mindful Magic

Saturday, March 17
12:00pm – 2:00pm

Pre-registration: $28
Day-of-registration: $36
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This session offers a space for all participants to fully engage in the moment and learn how mindful practices help us cope with adversity. Participants will discover their capacity to love and how to adopt mindful practices & empower their daily lives. Everyone who chooses, will collectively move, with intention, through a mindful asana practice, then step into a guided meditation followed by a non-reactive-listening sharing session with a partner. An earnest, heart-felt dialogue will precede and follow the practices! The workshop will provide students an opportunity to journal and release as well.

We will work together to discuss how ‘set backs’ are actually redirections to something that moves our soul and that our biggest disappointments are actually some of our greatest accomplishments. If we can tap into the present moment and redefine our relationship with it, we will find the power of change and the key to releasing the shackles of the mind.


Nidhi Kaur Bagga
Yogi | Professor | Backpacker | Writer | PharmD | TEDx Speaker

Nidhi has dedicated her life to empowering humans, integrating mindfulness into the educational system, and changing the landscape of public health. In a day and age where focus and peace are seemingly impossible tasks, Nidhi teaches mindfulness and how to be engaged in the present moment without fear or judgement. She pioneered the first ever academic program for the study of mindfulness, meditation, and neuroscience at the University of the Sciences. She delivered a TEDx talk about the limitless potential of mindfulness, and how, through practice, we can learn to unleash the power of our infinite capacity, become maverick thinkers, and change the world for the better. She whole-heartedly supports and encourages a community mission to create and manifest change from a place of great kindness through service to others. When Nidhi is not teaching, or writing, she is immersed in the simplicity of a tranquil tedium on the Appalachian Trail, relishing in the rebirth of each day, one breath at a time. Somewhere between kale and a cronut, you’ll find her: yogi, professor, speaker, backpacker, writer, pharmacist, trailblazer. A human. Being.