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Nourish to Flourish

A Holistic Wellness Program

A holistic approach recognizes that wellness touches every aspect of your life.  Wellness is most certainly influenced by what we eat and how much we exercise, but a holistic approach recognizes the multitude of other factors that affect your well-being.  We'll consider 7 dimensions of wellness and look at ways you can utilize them in your life.  Read-on to find out more.

8 Sundays: Jan 12-March 1

Over the course of 8 weeks, we'll examine 7 dimensions that contribute to your sense of wellbeing, including:  emotional, physical, intellectual, social, community, environmental, and spiritual.  In doing so, we'll provide you with a variety of tools you can employ to improve aspects of each. 

Each 75 minute session will include:
yoga, lecture/discussion, meditation, and breathing exercises.

Course Materials Include:

- Notebook for all handouts and personal journal
- Access to recordings of all sessions online after each session
- Fitness and nutrition consultation
- Unlimited yoga
- Discounted online or one to one personal training during the program
- Access to guided meditations

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Enrollment Options:

Early Bird (before December 16th):  $550
Pay in Full Discount:  $575 
Installment Plan:  $200 Deposit with two $200 payments


About Us

Cara McNamara


Cara has a passion for health and well-being and has for as long as she can remember. She studied public health at the George Washington University in DC and made a career out of working in the field of public health. For her, though, working in an office, behind a computer looking at public health design, implementation and evaluation didn't quite satisfy her desire to work more directly with people about their health and well-being so in 2011 she pursued Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) and began teaching yoga in 2012; her personal practice began in 1999. Through the years, through practicing and teaching yoga she knew there was something else out there she could offer and in 2014 she pursued her Integrative Nutrition certificate from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is now also an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. Cara has participated in two 8-week training courses in mindfulness meditation and is currently seeking her teacher certification in Mindful Self Compassion. She believes in the power of healing, health and well-being through education, connection, mediation, reflection and movement. She considers herself a life-long-learner and believes that we are all each other's teachers in a very profound and important ways. She is excited and honored to share her passions with any and all who are interested.

Mary Brown 

Personal Trainer, Nutrition Specialist, Pre & Post Natal Certified

Mary's passion for fitness didn’t ignite until after the birth of her two children. After carrying her 1 year old son up the stairs and finding herself completely out of breath she realized that she needed to make some serious lifestyle changes to ensure that she could be a better mom and a healthy role model for her kids. In 2012 she earned her personal training certification through NASM. She began training in small gyms where she worked with clients of all ages and genders helping them achieve goals ranging from fat loss, increasing strength, and becoming more confident in the gym. Over the last 7 years she has helped her clients tap into their inner and outer strength, cultivate a love for fitness, and create a sustainable healthy lifestyle that aligns with their individual goals and values. Mary founded her company MBStrength in 2017 and offers services ranging from in person one-to-one, couple, and small group personal training, to customized online programming and remote video training sessions. As a single mom and business owner she is all too familiar with the common struggles that women are faced with today. In the last few years she has shifted her focus to working primarily with busy women helping them realize their goals by assessing their lives as a whole, identifying their barriers to success, and mapping out personalized plan with a holistic approach that delivers lasting results. One of Mary’s highest priorities as a trainer is to always be learning and improving her skills. She’s obtained her Functional Movement Screen Level 1, Pre and Postnatal Coaching, and Precision Nutrition Level 1 certifications. In January she will be embarking on her next educational adventure as she begins her 200 hour yoga teacher training. Mary believes that a healthy lifestyle goes beyond extreme diet and exercise programs and dramatic physical transformations. Identifying unhealthy patterns allows you to take the steps needed to increase self-awareness, build healthy habits both physical and mental, and alter your life on a deeper more meaningful level.

Lynne Olsen

Personal Trainer, E-RYT, CES, MFS

Lynne's fitness and wellness path ran parallel to her Forensic Science path for almost 20 years.   In 2013, she diverted from a profession in crime scene investigation to share the gift of movement and exercise full-time.   Lynne has experience teaching several types of classes ranging from hard-core spin classes to relaxing yoga classes and has been a personal trainer since 1998.   In 2015, she completed a certificate course in Corrective Exercise and continues to study movement as a fix for pain and discomfort.  Lynne enjoys incorporating her knowledge of  biomechanics into her yoga classes.  Lynne is the owner of Rolling Brook Yoga.