Yoga Mats Provided by Introducing instructor Emily Rae Davies

NamaSlay 2019

June 01, 2019 7:30 - 11:00 am

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Spend your morning with the Patty Brisben Foundation at Nippert Stadium to experience a unique yoga flow focused on a common issue facing women's health. This event is perfect for women of all ages, so grab your friends, your sister, your mom or your daughter for a day of relaxation and education. While NamaSlay focuses on women's health, we encourage people of all ages and genders to attend and learn about the many health benefits of yoga.


Registration includes:

  • Complimentary light breakfast
  • Mindfulness practice and yoga session
  • Yoga mat *Limited to the first 300 registered!
  • Swag bag
  • Vendor booths
  • Ticket* to UC Bearcats football home - October 19th OR November 23rd
    *plus a promo code for additional tickets for family and friends


Tickets are non-refundable. In the event of inclement weather, we will reschedule the event with a "rain date" to be determined at that time. 


NamaSlay is the Registered Trademark of YogaByCandace, LLC. Used with Permission; YogaByCandace, LLC is Not a Sponsor of this Event

Meet the instructor that will be leading this unique flow!

Emily Rae Davies

Emily Rae Davies is the creator of Yoga for Sexual Wellness and founder of the School for Feminine Wisdom. She specializes in supporting her students in removing the obstacles holding them back from their self-healing. As a thought leader for the modern woman, her mission is to support all women in liberating themselves from any constraints preventing them from living their best life and aligning themselves with their deepest passion and most complete expression of themselves. Her continuing education includes philosophy, psychology, sexual healing through Tantra, Egyptian, and Taoist sexual arts, and certification to work with those with emotional trauma.


"Not only can yoga help you restore physical balance, yogic practices support your psychological and emotional evolution in the process. Even though sex is part of our basic nature, right along with eating and sleeping, it has been given a bad reputation in our culture, and receiving pleasure has been displayed as something shameful, indulgent, or something we should feel guilty about. These cultural influences have a real psychological impact on our sexual health, causing us to dissociate from our sex organs and our basic right to experience pleasure." - Emily

Contact Us

Patty Brisben Foundation for Women's Sexual Health
Questions? Please contact Katie Sullivan at ksullivan@pattybrisbenfoundation.org

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