Maeve is made of magic. She is a prancing spark of life.
Spend an afternoon wandering wild with this fairy godmother and all of your wildest dreams will come true. With a knack for intangible truth, she'll ask you "what do you want?" over and over again until you speak truths about yourself you were too afraid to admit. Truths like "I believe in myself."
Her magic wand is her bright confidence, which gives you permission to be bold, too. Let Maeve reveal the magnitude of power you have locked inside.
Most people think, who am I to believe I can be great?
Maeve teaches, who are you not to be?
You with gifts aplenty. Who are you not to share those gifts with the world and leave it a better place? It is your legacy to share your talents with others. It is your right to evoke your greatness!
She reminds us all;
"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. Your playing small does not serve the world."
Maeve Jones is a Play Artist and lover of yoga residing in Whistler, BC, where she is well known for her warmth, light touch, and playful nature. She guides humans through yoga, free movement, wandering wild, and self-awareness. Ask her about her prancing practice.
To receive some of her love and light, join her for a powerful yoga class at Yogacara Whistler, or best of all prance with her through the forest during Whistler’s Yoga Festivals.
She's also a gifted acro yoga performing artist and fire spinner, and can be found showcasing her talents at world renowned events such as the World Ski and Snowboard Festival and Whistler Blackcomb’s Fire and Ice Show.
Don’t miss her gifted offerings: Wandering Wild (a highlight - do check this out!), Tree-Hugging Time Out, The Magic Forest, and Mantra on the Mountain.
Visit her website to learn more
Follow her on instagram @maevejones_
“Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” – Rumi