CO Yoga + Life
Summer/Fall 2017 Issue
"Ceremony has been open for 8 months and it still seems like a dream. I can’t believe I get to do this everyday and I can’t believe how much I love the community that is building here. I never thought I would be a business owner and I definitely didn’t have it in my sites that I would be running a Center for Healing. I suppose most of my life I couldn’t see how important, how necessary, the types of things I provide would be. I had always followed my dreams, and when you follow your dreams you life a happy, successful life without hardship, right?" ...
What do you like best about your line of work?
A: Meeting and connecting to my community every day. We have a lounge that people congregate in before and after classes. We offer tea and sell kombucha on tap, and shine potions to inspire people to stay longer and connect. I feel the most joy-filled when I see people talking and connecting after classes and workshops, building new friendships and hanging out for hours.....
May 4, 2017
....The healthy properties of kombucha are what drew Marnie Quinn, owner of Ceremony Center for Healing in Westminster, to the drink.
Her center, which opened nine months ago, offers yoga, tai chi and meditation classes along with workshops centered around health, empowerment and spirituality. The center also offers kombucha from Happy Leaf in Edgewater on tap.
“I love that it’s a probiotic and supports gut health,” Quinn said, adding that the gut is the center of health.
Having kombucha available after class also serves the purpose of creating community.....