Marielle School Yoga

Self Care Workshop January 17, 2018

Filed under: Class Info — Marielle School @ 9:44 pm

February in Wisconsin is a beautiful month to go inward and to improve and refine some of our Self Care rituals and perhaps create new ones.

This workshop is designed for Valentines Weekend to spend quality time in your own company and to believe in your own excellence.

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My workshop November 21, 2017

Filed under: Class Info — Marielle School @ 2:52 pm

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August retreat at the Holy Wisdom Monastery June 11, 2017

Filed under: Class Info — Marielle School @ 8:29 pm

Click here to view the details and register for the retreat


yoga workshop goal setting May 14, 2017

Filed under: Class Info — Marielle School @ 10:06 am

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Eat Breathe Thrive January 20, 2016

Filed under: Class Info — Marielle School @ 2:21 pm

January brought me a lot of movement and new energy. An invitation to step up a little. It is exciting and it also brings up resistance and self doubt.

Can I really create the life I want? Can I explore this wonderful dance between stability and stretching myself out to unknown territory?

The answer is: yes, of course…my life is wide open. Opportunities show up when I am ready for it and even when I am not quiet ready for it. The choice is to say present and to breathe through the changes.

Have a wonderful week and perhaps see you on the mat,



November 20, 2015

Filed under: Class Info — Marielle School @ 12:53 pm

It was a very healing experience to run my very first EatBreatheThrive group. It gave me so much gratitude for my community and how we can create the rituals and celebrations to live close to our soul.

The next one will be at Capital Fitness. Feel free to check it out:




November 10, 2015

Filed under: Class Info — Marielle School @ 11:56 am

IMG_2033This drawing reminded me that in the darkest times we can find the brightest gifts.

Thirty years ago I was suffering from eating disorders. My life was dictated by food: I had huge binges that would last for days in a row. They would be interrupted only by fasting completely. My life was a roller coaster. I felt so lonely, isolated and ashamed of myself.

In my drawings I lived a parallel life. In that ‘reality’ I was supported by a huge circus tribe, nurtured by them and fully loved. My life was an adventure. When I look at the art I can feel the strength of my mind. I found a healing device, a vehicle that carried me through the deepest despair.

It makes me smile: there is no such thing as loss, our life is always rich if we are willing to see it.

Feel free to check my exhibit out at the Lake view library in Madison.