Yoga with Meagan Jarensky


SupeRoleModel Meagan Jarensky is Mrs. New York 2010 /Miss New York USA 2005/  Activist / E-RYT 500-hour yoga teacher /ACE certified group fitness instructor /Certified Holistic Health Counselor  / Founder of One Girl organization.

Meaghan Jarensky is an advocate for the social progression of women and girls, a humanitarian, and a highly trained yogi who believes in the power of young women to positively impact their communities, one girl at a time.

It was her struggle with ulcerative colitis that compelled her to seek out yoga, nutrition and meditation as a way to manage her health. She gained a passion for the practice, and has become an expert in the field. 

She has an extensive education in integrative and holistic health, and is sought after for her teaching and guidance in yoga, meditation, and nutrition. She holds a certificate from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, is certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners as a Holistic Health Counselor, and holds multiple certifications in yoga and meditation. 

She earned a BS in International Marketing from Pace University, and is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Nonprofit Leadership at Fordham University.

Meaghan has been interviewed in various print and televised media outlets, and has appeared on the television show Fear Factor. She is a community leader for Off the Mat, Into the World and serves as a board member for the nonprofit Super Role Models.

Meaghan is the 2005 Miss New York USA and represented the state in the Miss USA Pageant, becoming the most recent Miss New York to place in the top 10. She is also the 2010 Mrs. New York America and represented the state in the Mrs. America Pageant.

Her work as a pageant contestant helped inspire her to become a activist in support of young women. She founded One Girl, Inc., in 2012, where she utilizes the principles and practices of yoga to inspire social consciousness and develop effective, socially-aware women leaders.

Under Meaghan’s leadership, One Girl recently launched “In Plain Site,” a campaign to end cyberbullying. The campaign is a coalition of community organizations that advocates for stiff anti-cyberbullying laws and educates young people how to avoid becoming victims and their legal options if they do.

Jareknsky is leading the fight in New York State as she recently called for passage of New York State Senate Bill S5871, the E-Personation Protection Act, an anti-cyberbullying law that would impose a stiff penalty on an individual if convicted of online impersonation with the intent to harm.



Yoga  with Gosia  

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Gosia – Gianpreet Kaur is a certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher 

taught by Yogi Bhajan. She was trained by Gurmukh and Gurushabd at Golden Bridge Yoga in NYC. Her journey with kundalini yoga started 8 years ago while she was working in a very busy advertising agency environment. Gosia shares teachings of Yogi Bhajan and sees it as a powerful tool that increases self-awareness and brings peace and love to our life. Gosia shares also the healing sound of the gong. Over 10 years ago she started practicing meditation and healing therapies with a gong. She was trained by Gong Master Don Corneaux.

The Beatles sang it and we all know and feel it. Love is what uplifts us, what gives sense to our lives. It doesn’t matter if it self-love, love to our partner, friends, parents or humanity. Love is love!

"In love we honor. In love we grace people. In love we support. In love we sacrifice. In love we give. In love we elevate. In love we pray.” said once Yogi Bhajan, Master of Kundalini Yoga. It’s easy to say “Love!” but how do we do it? How to we feel it? How w attract it. Connection is in our hearts. The answers to these questions are in our hearts.

Join us for Kundalini Yoga workshop with Gong Relaxation. We will work with opening heart chakra, healing wounds of past relationships and attracting love to our life.

What to expect: Chanting, breathing exercises, singing, meditation, and physical sequences called kriyas!

No prior yoga or meditation experience is necessary. All levels are welcome as options and variations will be given to beginners and advanced practitioners.
All are welcome.

•Wear comfortable clothing

•Bring mat &/or blanket to lie down on

•Hydrate before & after the gong; helps nerve function & cleansing of body

•Try not to eat or eat very lightly 1-2 hours before the gong so your body's energy isn't focused on digesting