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Sandy Vo on Living in the Present Moment

Sandy Vo on Living in the Present Moment

Update: 2021-02-23


Sandy shares beautiful practices with how to stay embodied, live seasonally using your chakras as a guide, how to live a more authentic life, and helping you live more in the present moment.

Sandy supports conscious leaders in redesigning the unconscious mind that drives habits, patterns and behaviors. Sandy combines the wisdom of Yoga Science, Eastern Philosophy, Ayurveda with modern science to support high performers enhance their lifestyle, become more efficient and feel more fulfilled in mind, body and Spirit. Utilizing proven methods, we empower women leaders to explore their highest potential, to learn how to optimize their energy through grounded techniques that fit their lifestyle, relate to their most authentic self, embrace their spirituality & ultimately master their reality. Sandy’s sweet spot is in mentoring conscious leaders to master themselves so they can bridge the gap between outer success & inner fulfillment without burn out.

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Andrea Claassen Bio

Andrea Claassen is an Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor, Yoga Teacher, and Wild Woman Project Circle leader. Her mission is to help women slow down, tune in, and connect to your divine body wisdom.

She does this by teaching her Peaceful Power Practices centered around movement, mindfulness & mother nature through an Ayurvedic lens. You can hear more from Andrea on her Peaceful Power Podcast where she aims to deliver actionable takeaways to live a more holistic lifestyle.

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Sandy Vo on Living in the Present Moment

Sandy Vo on Living in the Present Moment

Andrea Claassen