Theresa Lyn Widmann Kundalini Yoga and Gong Sound Healing

Theresa Lyn Widmann is a Health and Life Coach who loves helping others heal, dream and thrive.  Founder of Anahata, she believes in the supreme power of compassion to heal ourselves and our communities and is driven by this defining principle in all her work. 

After leaving the practice of law, Theresa managed a sales team for a leading legal technology company. When she realized it was time to find and follow her true passion, she left the comfort of the corporate world to begin that great journey.  Theresa has studied and practiced various meditation techniques, read countless books on yoga, diet, nutrition, meditation, energy work and spirituality, and is regularly adding to her base of knowledge on all these subjects. She has formally studied Sound Healing, Kundalini Yoga, Yin Yoga, Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Akashic Records, Reiki, and Mediumship amidst a myriad of informal studies in related subjects. Building upon her experience working in the government, private and non-profit sectors, Theresa also brings her wellness expertise to the workplace, inspiring more health conscious and compassionate business practices.

She shares her passion for community building and activism as host of I Want What She Has, a podcast and weekly live radio show at Radio Kingston to amplify women’s voices and their stories, as the Chair of Live Well Kingston’s Heal Well Focus Group, as a Member of the Ulster and Dutchess Girls’ Inc. Advisory Committee, as a member of the Ulster County Restorative Justice Task Force and Conviction Integrity Unit, as an organizer of Hudson Valley’s One Billion Rising, and as the former Festival Director and Board President for the non-profit, O+ Festival, an organization which empowers communities to take control of their collective well-being by exchanging the art of medicine for the medicine of art.

Be a lamp to yourself. Be your own confidence. Hold on to the truth within yourself as to the only truth.” ~ Buddha

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