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NOMA Reset: Freedom at the Mat

Fri, January 15th, 2021 at 6:00 PM

Join NOMA for a new series of virtual workshops that focuses on mindfulness, creativity, comfort and reflection. NOMA Reset programs provide a much-needed infusion of relaxation and wellness by engaging our collective and individual wellbeing.

Thee second NOMA Reset: Freedom At The Mat program will be facilitated by Olivia F. Scott, creator of Freedom At The Mat, and will feature the Steve Lands Band. This virtual program and self-care experience will begin promptly at 6 pm on Friday, January 15, and lasts for 75 minutes.

The theme for this event is Nourish Your Dreams. As we honor Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday and the beginning of a new year, we invite everyone to come with an open mind, open heart and be ready to receive mindfulness, meditation, journaling, and a bit of yoga asana as we connect with our dreams and identify what we need to manifest our best lives ever.

Please have the following items prepared in advance:

  • Computer/Tablet/Smartphone device + internet connection
  • Towel
  • Pillow and yoga mat
  • Water bottle
  • Journal/notepad plus writing Instrument

This virtual program will be hosted in a Zoom meeting. A NOMA staff person will also be available during the program to help if you encounter any difficulties.

About Freedom at the Mat

Freedom At The Mat is a multi-disciplined wellness class experience integrating mindfulness, meditation, yoga asana, journaling and verbal affirmations. The 75-minute self-care experience was created to be a sacred space for people to connect with their innermost dreams & inner divine while also releasing stress and strengthening their bodies and minds.

Engagement in Freedom At The Mat helps people become free of issues which may hold them back from living their fullest lives as the most lovely, self-assured, beautiful and radiant creatures on the planet.

Freedom at the Mat registration

Virtual programs at NOMA are made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Fri, January 15th, 2021
6:00 PM
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