Art of Awe
a meditation app
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Art of Awe is a mobile app designed for folks who wish to practice meditation and engage in a conscious discourse with themselves and others in order to foster healing.
What makes this mobile meditation app different from others, is that the practices offered here are curated with care and refreshed each month. They are diverse in style and support our beloved community in staying connected via a theme like "forgiveness" or "truthfulness".
Art of Awe is a small and conscious business and our model is a gift based one. We see the $12 a month/$99 a year investment as reasonable, but still offer many free and group memberships, so please contact us with questions and inquiries.
Our work centers around:
- Emotional Resilience
- Conscious Relationship
- Creative Problem Solving
- Joyful Revolution
- Holistic Wellness
As a member, you will receive monthly:
- Meditation Courses
- Movement Practices
- Ayurvedic Inspired Recipes
- Guided Breath work
- Writing Meditation Scores
Our library includes practices for:
- Cultivating Mindfulness
- Opening the Heart
- Understanding Difficult Emotions
- Self-Knowledge and Decision Making
- Healing through Dream Work
- Breath Centered Meditation
- Respecting the Body
This offering is available exclusively through our app which is available for download via Apple Store and Google Play.
Tush on the cush. We hope you will join us.
Creator & Curator
"As a teacher, Morgan's offerings are a transmission, reflecting her inner work, that become an accessible and safe entry point for students to explore and experience the intangible and dually to engage in a method of Self-discovery. Embodying both strength and nurturance, Morgan communicates from a place of skill, depth and presence. Her passion to serve others is very clear along with her willingness to step into the unknown in order to do so. "
Morgan Kulas is an artist and educator currently based in the Southwestern United States. Her practice and teachings are grounded in a sincere desire to transform suffering into understanding and to heal the body-mind-spirit connection.
Morgan was introduced to yogic studies as a young dancer in art school. She has been a devoted student of Hatha Yoga, Daoyin Arts, and Zen Buddhism since 2005. She has been teaching since 2011.
Morgan brings to her offerings a lifetime of training in classical and contemporary dance as well as considerable practice and study in Eastern Arts, Philosophies, and Sciences. When teaching yoga asana, some days she gravitates towards long holds in postures, buoyed up by props. Other days she loves a sweaty flow and the curiosity of her edge.
Morgan is registered with Yoga Alliance as a 500 E-RYT and is the founder of Aarunya Yoga School. She is currently receiving her MFA in Interdisciplinary Art and Regenerative Culture at University of Hartford. Her mission is to restore connections between people and the earth through community centered movement and meditation offerings.