Hi Community,


I don't have a ton to say this week. I'm adapting to our current reality, journaling a lot, and trying to figure out how to escape the echo chamber of my thoughts, social media sentiments, and the news. There is a lot of content in this email, so I'd rather let your focus land there instead of my rambling.


I will mention a few things:

  1. I miss you! I'm really starting to feel the effects of being isolated at home and it. is. tough.
  2. To combat this, I've developed a variety of donation-based offerings to be able to be with you virtually on a semi-regular basis:
    1. Yin Yoga For Vibrational Balance on Mondays & Fridays at 6 pm
    2. Kundalini Yoga For Vibrational Balance on Wednesdays at 10 am
    3. How To Find Refuge From The Digital Storm on 3/25 at 12 pm
    4. A Meditation To Cultivate Stillness on 3/30 at 12 pm
  3. And I created a streamlined event calendar on our website to be able to view all of the upcoming events in one place!

It can feel kind of weird to be in a place of creation during this time, but it's also what's keeping me going. I'm curious to hear what's keeping you going these days. Reply back and let me know ❤️️




Founder of Three Moon Collective


P.S. Our event calendar is LIVE. Check it out on our site to see all the upcoming virtual events in one place.


On Our Minds

  • I appreciated this piece by Vanity Fair which turns a critical eye to the wellness industry and those who are trying to profiteer from COVID-19. Most people are not using this crisis to their advantage, but I think it's always wise to check our intentions as both users and providers of wellness.
  • Another great write-up on how the Coronavirus will impact the wellness industry (plus action items for those affected) by Nicole Cardoza. She's also created a Wellness Relief Fund to cover one month of missed revenue (up to $2,500) for wellness spaces and wellness instructors that represent underestimated communities (!).
  • Big fan of Tara Brach, big fan of Vox's reporting. Two of my faves meet in this interview where Tara shares how to use meditation & mindfulness in an actually helpful way to navigate this pandemic.
  • Last week many in the restaurant and service industry lost their jobs. This Q&A with a therapist who supports those in the restaurant industry (and created a reduced-fee teletherapy network) shares the issues she sees the most, how you can help, and tips that everyone can use for staying mentally healthy during these tough times.
  • To stay up to date with the virtual offerings and discounts from our Collective members, you can check out our latest blog post which will continued to be updated.
  • Adding on to our round-up of how to help if you are experiencing financial security:

Our Events

Virtual Events

Wednesday, March 25th

9:30 - 11:30 am | Free Online Meditation, Breathwork & Movement with The Craft 
12 - 12:45 | Hypno Sound Bath for Safe Place Building with Emily Wittenhagen | $8 (free to those sick or unemployed) 

12 - 1 pm | How To Find Refuge From The Digital Storm with Christina Malecka | By donation
3:30 - 4:30 | Trying Times - Group Journaling & Open Discussion with Emily Wittenhagen | Free

5:30 - 6:30 pm | Sugarcane Virtual Vinyasa with Meagan Lass | $10

6 - 7 pm | Learn How To Tame Negative Self-Talk with Micha Goebig | $15

6:30 - 8 pm | Nervous System Care: Online Group with Jess Jarris | Sliding scale, $20 - 60 per session 

7 - 8 pm | Online Class: Fears & Fear Melters with Laureli Shimayo | $12

Thursday, March 26th

8 am - 12 pm | In This Together - 19 Day Online Connection Workshop with Lexy Davis | $44.44

9:30 - 11:30 am | Free Online Meditation, Breathwork & Movement with The Craft | By donation

7:30 - 8:30 pm | Deeply Restful Yoga Nidra & Hypno Sound Bath with Emily Wittenhagen |$14 (free to those sick or unemployed)


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