Hoxeyville

August 17-19, 2018 • Wellston, MI

Nestled in 150 acres of farmland surrounded by the Manistee National Forest, Hoxeyville Music Festival is a testament to pure north country peace and celebration.

Meditation & Yoga

greet the day peacefully with Meditation and Yoga sessions Saturday and Sunday mornings at the mitten tent                                    

mindfulness meditation with Sarah 9:30-10am

  Sarah Montgomery-Richards comes to us with abundant experience in cultural and religious studies. Originally hailing from Ludington, MI, Sarah studied at the undergraduate and graduate levels at Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, MI) in Comparative Religion. Additionally, Sarah has an M.A. in Interfaith Action through Claremont Lincoln University in California. Her experience includes: teaching at Western Michigan University in the Department of Comparative Religion during graduate school, and a current adjunct faculty role in the Philosophy Department at Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) where she teaches Western and Eastern Religions. She serves as the faculty advisor for the NMC Global Citizenship and Religion Student Group, and co-lead NMC students on study abroad trips to Ireland (March 2018) and India (May 2018). Additionally, she participated in the 2015 Parliament of the World’s Religions in Salt Lake City, UT and will be leading a group attending the 2018 Parliament of the World’s Religions in Toronto, Canada.  Sarah has a background in world religions, psychology and philosophy of religion, interfaith action, mindfulness, religion in the public sphere, and myth and ritual just to name a few. She enjoys teaching in an academic setting, as well as leading group meditation and ritual, and participates in celebrations of a variety of world spiritual perspectives.

Sarah Montgomery-Richards comes to us with abundant experience in cultural and religious studies. Originally hailing from Ludington, MI, Sarah studied at the undergraduate and graduate levels at Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, MI) in Comparative Religion. Additionally, Sarah has an M.A. in Interfaith Action through Claremont Lincoln University in California. Her experience includes: teaching at Western Michigan University in the Department of Comparative Religion during graduate school, and a current adjunct faculty role in the Philosophy Department at Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) where she teaches Western and Eastern Religions. She serves as the faculty advisor for the NMC Global Citizenship and Religion Student Group, and co-lead NMC students on study abroad trips to Ireland (March 2018) and India (May 2018). Additionally, she participated in the 2015 Parliament of the World’s Religions in Salt Lake City, UT and will be leading a group attending the 2018 Parliament of the World’s Religions in Toronto, Canada.  Sarah has a background in world religions, psychology and philosophy of religion, interfaith action, mindfulness, religion in the public sphere, and myth and ritual just to name a few. She enjoys teaching in an academic setting, as well as leading group meditation and ritual, and participates in celebrations of a variety of world spiritual perspectives.

soul flow yoga with emma 10-11am

  Emma has been practicing yoga for 10 years and teaching for 2. She is from Ann Arbor where she teaches at The Yoga Republic and SUP Yoga on the Huron River. Her teaching combines principles from alignment based vinyasa and hatha to create a balanced all levels class. Her classes focus on mindfulness of the breath with adaptations provided so that there are poses available for everyone. These upbeat morning classes will be the perfect way to stretch out any sore muscles and energize the body for more dancing throughout the day!    http://www.emszagrace.com

Emma has been practicing yoga for 10 years and teaching for 2. She is from Ann Arbor where she teaches at The Yoga Republic and SUP Yoga on the Huron River. Her teaching combines principles from alignment based vinyasa and hatha to create a balanced all levels class. Her classes focus on mindfulness of the breath with adaptations provided so that there are poses available for everyone. These upbeat morning classes will be the perfect way to stretch out any sore muscles and energize the body for more dancing throughout the day!

http://www.emszagrace.com

 

 

 

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The entrance is 1/4 mile west of the intersection of M-37 and W 48 1/2 (Hoxeyville) Rd. We recommend that you do not use maps on Apple.