THE SEARCHER’S ROAD MAP With Dr. Ella MacDonald with StressAceYoga
Core Concepts Lecture with guest Dr. Ella MacDonald, PhD (HD)
The Book Man Show with guest Ella MacDonald, PhD.
Pulmonary Hypertension Support Group Meeting – StressAce Yoga
The Mid-South Area Pulmonary Hypertension Support Group meeting is to share, learn and discuss. The meeting will be Thursday, September 4, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. for our meet ‘n greet followed by dinner and our guest speaker, Dr. Ella MacDonald at 7:00. Our topic will be StressAce Yoga. Dr. Ella MacDonald is a published author, photographer and international lecturer. Ella is the co-founder and lead trainer for training teachers in StressAce Yoga. StressAce Yoga is a specialized yoga for natural stress control. StressAce releases pain and stress from the nervous system and builds resilience and immunity toward future stress. It helps develop emotional and physical balance and confidence. StressAce Yoga is for the 21st century.
She is certified in Kundalini Yoga “as taught by Yogi Bhajan” She has been practicing and teaching Yoga since 2000. Gabriella is also certified in Hatha and Yin Yoga as well. Combining these yogas she now specializes in teaching and training people how to release their own accumulated stress both current and deep stress from the past. Through breath, movement, sound and postures students leave her class with a renewed sense of well-being and focus.
Although she is conventionally educated in psychology, business and medicine she trained as a traditional healer in the African Healing tradition and became an initiated Sangoma (diviner and healer) while living in Southern Africa for 15 years.
She is a native Arkansasan and spends her time between traveling and writing she is based in Memphis. At this time she is working on her writing, teaching yoga and spending as much time as possible in nature and traveling as time permits.
We’ll meet at Bartlett Banquet Hall located at 2758 Bartlett Blvd.in Bartlett, TN. Lung Biotechnology will sponsor our meeting.
Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) is a rare, life-threatening disease caused by high blood pressure in the lungs. Symptoms of PH include shortness of breath, coughing, hoarseness, chronic fatigue, dizziness, fainting, edema and chest pain – making physical activity very difficult. There is no known cure for PH, but there are approved and effective treatments, which can prolong and improve the quality of life for those with this disease.
Support Group Leader