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Activating The Goddess Brain with the Medicine of Flow with Dr. Jinju Dasalla

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Please join us and our guest, Dr. Jinju Dasalla, for a show on Activating The Goddess Brain with the Medicine of Flow, all in service of the great awakening of the divine feminine consciousness, women’s empowerment, and cultivating harmony within and all around us. Dr. Dasalla is the author of an upcoming book, The Goddess Brain.

Jinju Dasalla, PhD, RYT, is on a mission to share the medicine of “flow” and inspire the awakening, honoring, and celebration of the divine feminine wisdom within all beings. Dr. Dasalla is a co-founder of the NaiAsa Institute, where she directs programs for individuals and organizations pioneering new paradigms of healing, education and transformational learning based in scientific, spiritual and somatic principles. These programs include women’s coaching journeys, retreats, NeuroSomatic life coaching, and therapeutic flow arts.

Dr. Dasalla is the creator of NaiAsana™, a cross-cultural somatic practice weaving asana, dance, and flow arts, to ultimately awaken universal feminine power and access innate somatic wisdom, both on and off the mat. She is also a former Neuroscience Research Fellow at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a published author in the Brain Research Bulletin, faculty member of Hawai’i Yoga Institute, and was featured in Elle.com, after her successful debut at Wanderlust 2016. She is the creator and author of Beauty that Transforms and The Goddess Brain, both based on the successful transformational coaching program birthed in Hawai’i.

Dr. Dasalla’s most cherished mission and passion is creating space for women to awaken to their highest soul purpose and manifest their heart’s deepest desires. She currently lives in Bali with her beloved Nova and their 4-year old son, Sekai.

To learn more visit www.NaiAsaInstitute.Earth

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