Denise’s work focuses on her commitment to and support of mature adults. Her program, The Art of Mindful Aging, helps people over 50 give voice to their fears of aging. She guides them toward establishing a deeper bond with their aging bodies. The goal at GreyingGoddess is to cultivate a mindful and creative approach to aging on their terms.
Denise was exposed to yoga as a young girl and in 1999 earned her Yoga Teacher Certification. She taught Gentle Yoga for ten years, along with workshops focusing on the benefits of yoga for the maturing woman. She is featured in the book Yoga and the Wisdom of Menopause. Her involvement with yoga led to the spiritual practices that she continues to apply today. At 65 years young, Denise knows that a regular spiritual practice supports aging mindfully and moves the attention from the ego to the soul.
Expanding her yoga knowledge, Denise traveled to India in 2003 to complete her Tantra Teacher Training and Certification. Her belief that a thriving sexuality continues to be vital to our health and well being as we age, is explored in The Art of Mindful Aging program.
Prior to founding GreyingGoddess, Denise owned ColorStyleStudio, a company dedicated to styling women over 50. It was listening to her clients’ fears of aging, and a dread of losing their footing in a youth-obsessed culture, that inspired the birth of GreyingGoddess. GreyingGoddess serves women at their core, so they can age with honor, respect and awe.
Offerings By This Teacher
THE ART OF WELL-BEING Virtual Series
This is a 4-Week Series on Saturday Afternoons
April 17, 24, May 8, & 15 (Skip May 1)
Full 4-Week Series: $75
Single Workshop: $25
Self-Care is no longer good enough. Our lives, bodies and spirit are yearning for more and our souls are demanding something deeper. Our beings need wellness in its many forms. Well-being certainly includes the physical, but it goes way beyond the physical. A prayer is a form of well-being, ending a difficult relationship or quitting a stressful job is a form of well-being, as is a smile offered to a stranger. Society has encouraged us to regularly push past our reasonable limits in favor of reaching goals that still won’t bring joy, fulfillment or well-being. A lifetime of living this way saddens the heart and numbs the body and spirit. I invite you to join us as we address how to implement well-being, especially as we age.
The Art of Mindful Aging is happy to be offering another virtual course in it’s series — The Art of Well-Being — beginning Saturday, April 17 @noon-1pmPST for 4 Saturdays, April 17, 25, (Skip May 1), May 8 and 15.
We will be defining and discussing well-being, how we easily sabotage it, when and why we bypass it, how we justify ignoring it and much more.
One of our recent attendees has said about The Art of Mindful Aging virtual course:
“I have thoroughly enjoyed our classes and discussing issues with the wonderful women who have participated. You are an amazing coach and I count my blessing that you are a friend for life. Your inspirational words have resonated through me and will continue to guide me on a daily basis.” Anna Ruth.
As your 68-year-old host, Denise Lampron believes that aging is a time to harness our gifts, embrace the history of our lives, and allow our wisdom to guide ourselves and our communities. We are “modern elders” and deserve to be held in high regard, and treated with respect. Together we can change how the world views aging and leave a legacy of hope, strength and possibility for future generations.