While embracing New York City’s fast-paced yoga culture, Jordan Ashley (MA Human Rights and PhD candidate) recognized a need for a more service-based practice; a need for experiences which give perspective to the self through selflessness.Drawing on her experience of travel and of being a full-time yoga teacher, she created Souljourn Yoga Foundation in 2016 as an avenue for the practitioner who wants more than a yoga retreat. She anchored it in the desire to expand equal education across the globe. Feeling extremely blessed to be given the opportunity for education and to have a voice in society, she felt it was imperative to raise both awareness and funds for young women who are denied such essential human rights. Jordan is an activist, writer, yoga teacher, and Tedx speaker whose work has been featured by Forbes, the Los Angeles Times, Marie Claire UK, and more.
Allison Bagg is a sound healer, breathwork facilitator, intuitive guide and artist based in Los Angeles. She utilizes a plethora of modalities to help clients ground into their bodies, establish strong boundaries and open portals to the magic and abundance within. Certified in gong, crystal alchemy singing bowls, planetary chimes and tuning forks, Allison aims to bring together both hemispheres of the brain in a beautiful marriage of spirit and science. Everything is vibration, after all, and by tuning ourselves like instruments, we can heal everything from the physical on a cellular level, as well as the spiritual, energetic and vibrational forces within.