The 2023 Alumni Holiday Gift Guide

While doing your holiday shopping for the season, check out these Bobcat-owned businesses! You’ll find something for everyone on your list, all while supporting our Bates Alumni!


Aidan Earle Art

Original Artwork

Aidan Earle ’03


Order Online | CONTACT:, (312) 505-1972

Yearly, around the holidays, I post artwork for sale on Instagram: @aidansofiaearle

  • Much of the work posted is small, some even stocking stuffer-sized!
  • Some are framed in frames that I build myself.
  • I have done commissions using objects/materials that are personally significant to the individual commissioning the work.”

Avi Farber Studio

Woodfired Ceramics and Landscape Photography

Avi Farber ’11


Order Online | CONTACT:, (505) 660-3602

“I make functional ceramics with harvested clays that bring the raw beauty of landscapes to your kitchen table.

As a ceramic artist, designer, and photographer, I work across mediums to explore our relationships with the land, our changing climate, and alternative modes of production. I aim to make meaningful things that you will want to hold onto for years to come. Your favorite coffee mug or whiskey cup, or a landscape photo printed on metal for your wall.

Brandy Gibbs-Riley Design Studios

Textiles and Home Decor

Brandy Gibbs-Riley ’96


Order Online | CONTACT:, (339) 970-5865

“Brandy Gibbs-Riley is a Boston-based artist and designer. Her collections of made-to-order prints, accessories, and textiles are based on her original abstract paintings, mixed media collages, and geometric compositions. Patterns are designed by hand and then digitally manipulated and adapted for print or weaving.

Brandy also strives to manufacture sustainably. Making items upon order is a low-waste process. Since every product is made for an individual customer, the studio does not mass produce, hold inventory, nor warehouse overstock. To reduce the carbon footprint left by shipping, everything is manufactured as local to the Boston area as possible, including the United States and eastern Canada.”

Draw Perlmutter

Art and Illustration

Drew Perlmutter ’18


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I create hygge nature-inspired art to cultivate joy.

A 5x7 card with the days and dates for March 2024 and a pink floral illustration in a white frame. Next to the fram is a bouquet of pink peonies.
Jenny Bova Design

Artist & Designer

Jenny Bova ’91


Order Online | CONTACT:, (614) 430-9805

“Jenny is an artist and surface pattern designer. Her signature style is both charming and evocative, with each pattern telling a story that inspires connection and creativity every day. In addition to licensing her artwork, Jenny has a small collection of products online. An annual favorite is her Desk Calendar. Each month features a different design and fits neatly into a standard 5×7 frame. She also sells silk scarves, soy candles, and art prints.”

Hannah Sessions

Fine Art

Hannah Sessions ’99

LOCATION: Addison County, VT | SHIPPING: Yes

Order Online | CONTACT:, (802) 247-0095

“I’m a farmer from Blue Ledge Farm goat dairy in Addison County, Vermont. I draw inspiration from my surroundings, be it landscape, animals, farms, or food. I have a unique perspective as an artist; being a farmer gives me an ‘insider’s view’ of all things farm. When I paint, my life reduces to pure essence, and I hope my work expresses my love for this life and allows the viewer to share in a moment of awe in life’s everyday moments.”

Hibernator Ceramics


Jessica Otis ’05

LOCATION: Providence, RI | SHIPPING: Yes

Order Online | CONTACT:, (607) 437-5244

“I draw inspiration from the natural world and strive to make pottery that is both beautiful and functional; 50% of profits are donated to reproductive justice funds. Local pickup in Providence, RI. Please also check me out on Instagram @HibernatorCeramics”

Maple + May


John May ’88


Order Online | CONTACT:, (207) 752-0134

“When John is not busy at his full-time occupation running Porter May Woodworking with his business partner, he lets off some creative steam, turning wood and designing limited edition furniture. Turned wooden bowls make great holiday and corporate gifts!”


Artist/ Photography

Scott Stoner ’79

LOCATION: Loudonville, NY | SHIPPING: Yes

Order Online | CONTACT:, (518) 785-6760

“We offer note card prints, matted prints, and framed prints of our photographs of nature from across the U.S. We also give in-person and online programs about birds, national parks, and many other natural history topics.

Rock & Fern

Nature Inspired Photography & Pressed Flowers

Lindsay MacMillan ’01


Order Online | CONTACT:, (207) 890-5290

“Rock & Fern grew from my desire to document and learn about the world around us. I offer prints, cards, stickers, and other items featuring my original photography. Each photograph is an attempt to see and learn about the local environment while highlighting some of the items that people might miss when they look at the larger picture. In an effort to save what I have gathered, I also press flowers and create small and large pressed flower pieces so that the blooms can be enjoyed year-round. Custom wedding flower preservation is available.”

Sasha Lennon Pottery
Sasha Lennon Pottery


Sasha Lennon ’16


Order Online | CONTACT:, (207) 776-8027

“I am Sasha, the creator of Sasha Lennon Pottery. Each piece is handmade from start to finish by me: from clay on the wheel to firing in the kiln to every dot or line on the surface. As a result, each piece is one of a kind. Natural variations between pots are part of what makes them so fun to use. I hope you find as much joy in using my pottery as I do in making them!”

Susannah Bothe Photography


Susannah Bothe ’97


Order Online | CONTACT:, (415) 948-4832

“Susannah Bothe is a published portrait and lifestyle photographer based on the North Shore of Boston. Her signature style is dramatic, light, and emotive portraiture. She also dabbles in fine art photography, capturing landscapes and details.”


A Comic Year & Does the Earth

Poetry Comics/Poetry Collections

Meg Reynolds ’07

LOCATION: Burlington, VT | SHIPPING: Yes

Order anywhere books are sold | WEBSITE:


“In the last few years, I have published two books – a book of poetry comics entitled A Comic Year and a collection of poems entitled Does the Earth. See my bio below for more information about these books and my accomplishments as a poet.

Meg Reynolds is a poet, artist, and teacher from New England. An instructor in writing and humanities at Vermont Adult Learning in Burlington, her work has been published in a number of literary journals, including Mid-American Review, RHINO, The Offing, Iterant, Prairie Schooner, New England Review and the Kenyon Review. A graduate of the Stonecoast MFA program, her poetry, and comic work has been twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize and once for Best the Net.”

First Course

A novel

Jenn Bouchard ’99


Order anywhere books are sold | WEBSITE:


“First Course was published in 2021 by TouchPoint Press and has been the recipient of 14 awards and distinctions. Learn more at First Course is available wherever books are sold. If a bookstore doesn’t carry it, they will order it for you!”

Hope Beneath the Tree

Children’s book

Kristen Vincent ’04


Order Online | CONTACT:, (802) 923-6157

“I am the owner of Copper & Birch, a small wreath-making business. I give part of the proceeds each year to a local organization called Hope Beneath the Tree, which helps children who have incarcerated parents receive holiday gifts. This year, I have a children’s book about ‘giving’ that is also on the website and called Hope Beneath the Tree. Part of the proceeds from the book will go to this charity.”

My Modena: A Year of Fear, Laughter, and Exhilaration in Italy


Andrea Gelfuso Goetz ’83


Order anywhere books are sold

CONTACT:, (720) 937-4072

“Do you need to laugh? Come to My Modena, where I lived for a year in an Italian city in an apartment that was like camping, with tile. My Modena: A Year of Fear, Laughter, and Exhilaration in Italy was described by Dianne Hales, a NYT-bestselling author, as: “A scrumptious literary tiramisu, layered with history, art, food, fashion, culture (and culture shock), all topped with generous dollops of hilarity.”

And if you’re looking for a fun holiday book to enjoy with your kids, my kids’ book, Zuri the Zebra And The Seasons of Giving is, like My Modena, available on Amazon and at Barnes & Noble.”

Proof or Consequences! A Humorous Look at Typos, Misspellings, Wrong Words, and Misplaced Punctuation


Sue Lovett ’81

LOCATION: Gloucester, MA | SHIPPING: Yes

Order Online | WEBSITE:

CONTACT:, (978) 239-9591

“SML Proofreading is a copyediting and proofreading service; Proof or Consequences! is a collection of newspaper clippings amassed over about 45 years. These clippings are amusing due to typos, misspellings, etc. I added witty comments of my own, and the book is illustrated by a talented young art student.”

Trouble in Nathan’s Woods

A novel

Mary Morton Cowan ’61

LOCATION: Cumberland, ME | SHIPPING: Yes

Order anywhere books are sold | WEBSITE:

CONTACT: (207) 829-3805

“The First World War rages in Europe in 1917, but enemy spies lurk in New Hampshire, where eleven-year-old Nathan lives in his family’s lumber camp – and they intend to burn the woods! Convinced that a new woodsman is a spy, Nathan desperately tries to thwart his plan and save the lumber camp.”

Food & Beverage

Birichino Winery

Food & Beverage

Alexander Krause ’91


Order Online | CONTACT:, (831) 425-4811

“Established in Santa Cruz in 2008, co-founders Alex Krause and John Locke draw on a combined four decades of making wine in California, Alsace, Piemonte, Puglia, and beyond. Sourcing from organically and sustainably farmed vineyards planted in the 19th and 20th Centuries and the Late Disco era, they favor native fermentation, neutral barrels and avoid fining & filtration where possible with the aim of producing wines that give pleasure, revitalize and revive.”

”Birichino is a small operation that’s been making terrific, moderately priced wines from the Central Coast for a decade or so.” – New York Times, October 2023


Blue Ledge Farm

Dairy Product

Hannah Sessions ’99
Greg Bernhardt ’99


Order Online | CONTACT:, (802) 247-0095

“Established in 2000, we are a first-generation, family-owned, and operated goat dairy and cheese-making operation. Our mission is to create a high-quality product built on the cornerstones of respect for consumers, land, and animals as well as our local community (all great values we learned at Bates!). With our dedicated team, we produce a full line of award-winning artisan goat and cow’s milk cheeses from our farm in Vermont.”

Branch River Farm

Preserved Local Produce

Becky Wason St. Cyr ’09


Order Online | CONTACT:, (603) 988-2275

“Since my husband and I purchased an 18th-century farmhouse in 2018, I’ve embraced the challenge of making the most of what our land provided. I specialize in preserving local (often from my own property!), seasonal produce by making jams, jellies, marmalades, and pie fillings that can be enjoyed year-round. My homestead kitchen is licensed by the State of New Hampshire, and I love developing recipes that are delicious, versatile, and a bit unexpected.

Some of my favorite products include Chai-Spiced Apple Butter, Corn Cob Jelly, Blueberry-Peach Jam, Green Tomato Marmalade, and my signature Lilac Jelly. My inventory fluctuates with the seasonal availability of local produce, but I’m always happy to chat via email or social media about what I have and how I can get it to you!”

Burns Lake Farm, LLC

Maple Syrup

Catherine Burns ’80

LOCATION: Whitefield, NH | SHIPPING: Yes

Order Online | CONTACT:, (603) 837-9000

  • 1 Gallon $58.00
  • 1 Half Gallon $32.00
  • 1 Quart $20.00
  • 1 Pint $12.00
  • 1 Half Pint $6.00

Jules Tomato Sauce

Jarred Tomato Sauce

Jordan Roth ’91


Order Online | CONTACT:, (917) 402-4700

“Jule’s tomato sauce (re-branded Jar Goods) was first crafted by Pa Vitelli in the kitchen of Jule’s Italian restaurant in 1962 (Jersey City, NJ). Crafted in small batches using only the freshest ingredients, this legendary sauce put Jule’s on the map as a red sauce institution where it was served daily for over 40 years. Today, Laura & John Vitelli are proud to share their father’s simply delicious Jule’s tomato sauce with you and your family. It’s our mission to make meal prep not only easier and more enjoyable, but tastier for the whole family.”

Magnify Brewing Company

Craft Brewery

Eric Ruta ’14


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“After interning for 2 years at Baxter Brewing Company in Lewiston while attending Bates, Eric Ruta returned home to northern NJ to open Magnify Brewing Company. Magnify Brewing Company focuses on hazy IPAs, fruited sours, and sweet stouts but also brews many other styles. We currently distribute to 11 states across the northeast and operate a tap room in New Jersey.

You can purchase our beer in retailers in NJ, ME, NH, MA, PA, MD, DE, VA, NC, SC and FL. We also have a tap room in Fairfield, NJ you can visit. If you reside in NJ you can order a home delivery through our website,


Ariel Grace Design
Ariel Grace Design

Custom-Made Canvas Rugs and Floorcloths

Gwenith Jones ’80


Order Online | CONTACT:, (503) 206-2631

“Ariel Grace Design specializes in beautifully crafted, custom-designed canvas rugs. We employ the finest materials and time-tested construction methods to create heirloom-quality floorcloths. Our floorcloths marry craft, function, and beauty.”

B Abell Services

Bath & Body and Home Decor

Tiarra Abell ’12

LOCATION: Louisville, KY | SHIPPING: Yes

Order Online | CONTACT:, (502) 208-6470

“We are a female, minority, LGBTQ-owned business based out of our home in Lebanon Junction, Kentucky. Our products are all-natural, organic, and made from raw ingredients with love. Our services are professional and precise and come with perfection as the main goal. We offer a variety of handmade soap, lotion bars, balm, bath bombs, lip balm, lip scrub, car freshies, wax melts, candles, and chainsaw-carved wooden bears and cardinals.”

Carrabassett Valley Jewelry

Handcrafted Fine Jewelry

Liz Stefany ’02

LOCATION: Carrabassett Valley, ME | SHIPPING: Yes

Order Online | CONTACT:, (207) 240-3857

“I love designing and creating jewelry that provides a sense of connection and has depth and meaning. I work with recycled silver, gold, and platinum, and love to source fair-trade and fair-mined gemstones for a burst of color or a sparkly accent! My designs are a mix of symbolism and realism, resulting in jewelry that is easy to wear and complementary to many different occasions. Along with the design collections, I love creating custom jewelry for any occasion – weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, or just because! These often have themes of nature and outdoor activity, and aside from wedding rings, one of my favorite custom requests is to recreate a landscape or view that holds special significance.”

Catlyco Cat

Cat Products

Shirley (Xiao Yi) Yeo  ’07

LOCATION: Wilmington, DE | SHIPPING: Yes

Order Online | CONTACT:, (917) 499-3404

“Catlyco is a makers studio based in Wilmington, DE founded by Shirley Yeo in partnership with skilled craftsmen and women. With an emphasis on simple and meaningful designs, feline enrichment toys, and sustainable materials, we hope to bring joy to both you and your cats.”

ChopValue Boston

Sustainable Home Furnishings

Elaine Chow ’00

LOCATION: Charlestown, MA | SHIPPING: Yes

Order Online | CONTACT:, (857) 410-0440

We make handcrafted home decor and furnishings out of chopsticks recycled from the Boston area. All products are highly sustainable, carbon-negative, and manufactured locally in Boston as well. We also welcome visitors to our micro-factory!

Use promo code YEAHBATES for 10% off the order through December 31!”

Copper & Birch

Fresh and faux seasonal wreaths

Kristen Vincent ’04

LOCATION: Charlestown, MA | SHIPPING: Yes

Order Online | CONTACT:, (802) 923-6157

“In 2020 I started making holiday wreaths for a charity called Hope Beneath the Tree; I donated all the proceeds toward the organization that year, helping children, who have incarcerated parent/s, receive holiday gifts.

The next year Copper and Birch was born, and now I sell wreaths and teach wreath workshops, and this year I wrote a children’s book about the meaning of giving called Hope Beneath the Tree (available on the website). Each holiday season, Copper & Birch continues to donate part of the proceeds from wreath sales to the organization Hope Beneath the Tree.”

During Quiet Time LLC

Quilts & Patterns

Amy Friend ’96

LOCATION: West Newbury, MA  | SHIPPING: Yes

Order Online | CONTACT:, (978) 257-2952

“I am an author, designer, and teacher, specializing in foundation paper pieced quilt patterns and modern quilt designs.”

Energy Iz Everything

Clothing/Apparel & Gifts

Chomba Kaluba ’11

LOCATION: Portland, Oregon  | SHIPPING: Yes

Order Online | CONTACT:, (207) 232-7354

“Energy Iz Everything is a positive lifestyle clothing and mindset brand. We empower humanity and communities by harnessing the power of a positive attitude. Our messages inspire unity, hope, love, kindness, and courage in the world. We also believe that GRATITUDE is a special source of a fulfilling life. No matter our experiences, gratitude fills our glass and helps us experience more joy and puts us on a journey of all possibilities.”

Four Corners Supply Co

Cleaning, Home-goods, Bath/ Body & Artisan Crafts

Julia Traggorth ’09


Order Online | CONTACT:, (610) 416-9597

“Four Corners Supply Co is local to Boston’s South Shore but also available online.

Everything in the store is carefully selected. It’s produced with the environment and people in mind. It’s up-cycled, it’s made from sustainable resources, it doesn’t have forever chemicals that will pollute the environment, there’s no plastic, it’s made to last (where applicable), it’s made ethically by workers who make a fair wage and the companies I support put people over profit, meaning they give their time and their resources generously.

For locals, there’s a refill bar for soaps and cleaning products, but it also offers a number of sustainable home goods, gifts, and children’s items.”

Gray Heron


Sarah (Goff) Wilson ’95


Order Online | CONTACT:, (617) 686-7158

“Inspired by my time on the Maine Coast and Lakes Region, Gray Heron cotton muslin blankets are year-round, breathable slices of heaven (in throw through king sizes). The word is starting to spread about my blankets. It’s been just a wonderful journey thus far. Every day presents challenges, and I wake up looking forward to my work.”

Laughing Goat Fiber Farm

Mohair blend wearables and decorative items

Lisa Pelletier Ferguson ’77


Order Online | CONTACT:, (607) 351-7361

“Local, home-grown specialty fibers and beautiful handmade and hand-dyed fiber goods. Hats, gloves, mittens, scarves, blankets and more.

Purchase items for holiday giving or purchase gift cards. Take a tour or a Goat Walk when you’re in the Ithaca area.”


Clothing/Organic textiles for baby + kids

Liz (Coulson) Libre ’02
Lizzy (Sall) Ott ’04


Order Online | CONTACT:, (610) 246-9596

Both of us founders went to Bates! And we named our company after Lewiston! Lewis is a line of print-forward textiles for baby + kids. We make the things parents need in prints that also appeal to parents.”


Spanish/English Card Games for Kids

Ryan Dean ’09

LOCATION: Providence, RI | SHIPPING: Yes

Order Online | CONTACT:, (401) 632-7407

LUMUKU offers Spanish + English card games that are fun, educational, and a breath of fresh air. We are all about helping people learn and grow through fun experiences. By promoting more fun face-to-face interactions centered around language exchange, we can make a brighter future!”

Maximum Weather Instruments

Weather Instruments

Eric Braitmayer ’88


Order Online | CONTACT:, (508) 995-2200

“Maximum Weather Instruments is a 100% employee-owned company and is built by a small team of craftspeople and engineers in New Bedford, MA. We build decorative weather instruments for the home, as well as instrumentation that is utilized in industrial and commercial applications, including wind energy, agriculture, safety, and construction.

We hope the Bates audience will appreciate the craftsmanship of our instruments, and we value the opportunity to share our product with you.”

Standing Rock Gallery

Retail artisan Gallery

Deana Boyages ’92


Order Online | CONTACT:, (330) 650-9089

“Standing Rock Gallery is an artisan shop specializing in handmade glass, pottery, jewelry, and holiday ornaments. We are a great place to come for a one-of-a-kind gift and some friendly conversation and camaraderie. But more importantly, you leave feeling good about supporting an artist and giving a meaningful gift to someone special. All of our purchases are wrapped in handmade fabric bags, and our customers love the opportunity to give a special gift with a beautiful presentation. And for those of us who are in a pinch, there is nothing better than being able to give our gift to its recipient right away! This season the gallery went all PINK, as a nod to Barbie and all women-owned businesses.”

Swiss Knife Shop

Pocket knives

Heather Elmer ’97


Order Online | CONTACT:, (866) 438-7947

“We offer the complete catalog of Victorinox Swiss Army Knives, as well as a wide selection of Leatherman multi-tools, Buck Knives, European kitchen cutlery, grooming gear, and more. We also have almost 100 Swiss Army Knives with handle designs/patterns created here at Swiss Knife Shop and made for us by Victorinox in Switzerland.

To make your gift more unique, we can add personalization to almost anything in-store. We engrave names, dates, phrases… Use your imagination to create a one-of-a-kind gift.”

Tina Labadini Designs
Tina Labadini Designs

Retail Shop

Beth Athanasoulas ’94


Order Online | CONTACT:, (617) 529-8636

“TLD creates unique, memorable art, which is printed on over 20 different products, including flour sack towels, decorative pillows, children’s clothing, bags, and other items, all of which make the perfect gift. Our team is based in Concord, Massachusetts, and our products can be purchased on our site and in boutiques across the country.”


ELx Travel

Travel Company

Lexie Carter ’14

LOCATION: Saco, ME | Available Virtually

WEBSITE: | CONTACT:, (207) 317-1125

“ELx is a modern-era travel agency, and our mission is clear: Simplify travel in an overwhelming world.
We create unforgettable travel moments for leisure and luxury travelers to show them the best parts of the world and to
foster optimism, hope, and inspiration for more.

ELx Travel is a women-owned and operated full-service travel agency. Having sparked an initial love of travel from her Bates semester abroad to Nepal, Lexie is so happy to share her love of travel with the world, and especially with the Maine/Bates community.”

Lighthouse Life Design

Life/Career coaching

Anne Keenan Shields ’80

LOCATION: Rochester, NY | Available Virtually

WEBSITE: | CONTACT:, (585) 532-7868

“We guide clients through (re)designing a career/life that reflects their talents and values, bringing more meaning to their work and out-of-work selves. Liberal arts students and grads are our sweet spot!

Straight lines in careers are rare. You get to choose, change your interests, change your mind, and change directions.

Give the gift of career coaching to someone you love by purchasing a gift certificate.”

MVB Coaching

Sports Training/Personal Training

Martin Benes ’07

LOCATION: Soda Springs, CA | Available Virtually

WEBSITE: | CONTACT:, (510) 326-2667

Offering fully customized exercise and training programs for endurance sports and general fitness. Specializing in running, skiing, cross-country skiing, and general fitness. Aiming to bring world-class endurance coaching to everyone.


Education Nonprofit

Dean Bragonier ’95

LOCATION: Cambridge, MA | Available Virtually

WEBSITE: | CONTACT:, (508) 939-1900

NoticeAbility is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping students with dyslexia thrive by identifying their unique strengths and building self-esteem. We incorporate the neuroscience of dyslexia, the best practices of special education, and the power of EdTech to construct enrichment curricula and teacher training programs for global distribution.

Piano lessons with Karl
Piano lessons with Karl
Zoom & In-Person

Virtual and In-Person Music Lessons

Karl Steudel ’87

LOCATION: Santa Clarita, CA | Available Virtually or In-Person

Order Online | CONTACT:, (978) 386-5644

“For over 30 years, I have been teaching Piano privately. It is one of the great joys in my life. I earned a Minor from Bates in Music in 1987 and then continued on at Berklee College of Music.”

Pine Tree Dental Care

Dental care

Irina Babayan ’01

LOCATION: Falmouth, ME

WEBSITE: | CONTACT:, (978) 386-5644

“We are often asked what sets us apart from other dental practices in the area. The answer is simple: Our commitment to your well-being on every level. We do more than deliver the very best dental care possible. We offer an environment optimized for patient trust, safety, and comfort. We work hard to make sure our patients get the most out of dental experiences with us and feel at ease every step of the way. We value quality, efficiency, collaboration, mutual respect, and continuous learning. It is this set of values that shapes our practice and informs our everyday interactions.”

Polaris Physical Therapy & Wellness

Physical Therapy

Tara Mattson ’94

LOCATION: Mechanicsburg, PA

WEBSITE: | CONTACT:, (717) 216-0166

“In her private practice, Polaris Physical Therapy & Wellness, Tara Mattson (’94) provides health and well-being coaching, private and event/travel Yoga instruction, and concierge physical therapy (Pennsylvania only). For 20 years, she has helped patients learn to live well with chronic pain. With Polaris, Tara uses her decades of experience and expertise to assist her clients in achieving their health and wellness goals, using supportive and compassionate health coaching, physical therapy, and yoga instruction.”


Online yoga and meditation platform

Lana Vogestad ’00

LOCATION: Rollinsford, NH | Available Virtually

Order Online | CONTACT:, (678) 628-7079

“Travel through atmospheric environments and soundscapes with YNDI Yoga as you bring your body and mind to optimal health, and nourish your soul. Empowering, transformational, and accessible, YNDI is an immersive experience where yoga, meditation, and art come to breathe. With uncompromising depth, international yoga teacher and visual artist Lana Vogestad E-RYT 500 guides each practice with clear instruction— including modifications for the more challenging postures— to improve your mental and physical well-being. Reinforced by the cinematography and custom soundscapes, each yoga class and guided meditation is a multi-sensory journey to bliss.”