As we confront the waves of anxiety and fear that have swept through our lives, it is important to remember that you are not alone in your emotions. These challenging times have touched our lives differently, and now it’s time to support each other. In our collective journey towards staying centered, we find strength in unity.
In recognition of our shared anxieties and fears, we invite you to a heartfelt community gathering. Let us unite to explore strategies to find inner peace and support each other during these challenging times.
Together, we can find the resilience to endure uncertainty, and the solace that comes from knowing we have a community to lean on.
:: About Priya ::
Priya Glikman is the founder of The MindSet Journey. Utilizing the ancient wisdom of Zen and the cutting-edge technology of Trilotherapy, Priya guides her clients on a journey of self-discovery and transformation. Priya is an internationally recognized expert in the field, a sought-after meditation teacher, personal transformation facilitator, and seminar leader.
Priya is a Dharma and meditation teacher who moved to California with her family 6 years ago after a lifetime of traveling and studying in Europe, Israel, the US, and Southeast Asia. Priya’s most notable studies happened in Paros, Greece where she was a student of Zen Master Nissim Amon. She spent 6 years on the island studying Zen and Buddhism in a monastery environment and left the island with her Dharma Transmission as well as being a key contributor to her teacher’s most significant contribution – trilotherapy.
“Priya is a rare and unique Dharma teacher. Not only are her knowledge and over nineteen years of experience clearly evident, but what makes her unique is her innate wisdom, razor-sharp intuition and down to earth personality, which when combined, make her a very special person to learn from and get to know.”
:: About Nicole ::
Nicole began a regular Ashtanga yoga practice in 2007, while operating a busy restaurant/bar in San Francisco. After years of a rigorous alignment-based practice, she later fell in love with the freedom and dynamic movement of a well-sequenced Vinyasa & Hatha Flow, and from there grew an appreciation of meditation, yin, restorative and slow flow yoga as well.
In 2012, Nicole was in a tragic car accident in Thailand where she lost her beloved fiancé and ended up in a wheelchair due to a broken back. The passing of her fiancé in a primarily Buddhist country, Thailand, awakened big life questions around death, dying, spirituality, grief, reincarnation and the purpose of life.
The practice of yoga and Eastern philosophy became an invaluable tool to navigate her healing process, and in that same year, she trained to become a certified yoga teacher, completed a 7-month embodied leadership program and began teaching full time. Since then, Nicole has ignited a strong, heartfelt commitment to life.
Nicole’s mission is to bring more kindness, compassion, courage, clarity and resilience into the world through yoga, meditation, and wisdom teachings. She’s devoted to supporting others to live their highest truth and fully embrace the gift of this life, including its challenges. She believes that we can work through the body to positively impact the nature of the mind, heart and soul.
Nicole is the mama of a beautiful 6-year-old girl, currently resides in San Francisco and hosts retreats both locally and around the world.