The Transformative Power of Chakra Yoga and Sound Healing

Jovita Wallace and Morgana Wallace Cooper

Mother-daughter team of sound pioneer Jovita Wallace and yoga instructor Morgana Wallace Cooper will present a special weekend of renewal, combining chakra yoga and pure tone quartz crystal bowl vibration, from February 10 to 12, at the Sonoran Desert Inn and Conference Center, in Ajo.

“This powerful experience is promised to release, rebalance and expand your quantum body. Realigning the energy of the mind/body/spirit dimensions is necessary for a sense of well-being and wholeness on an organic, cellular level,” says Wallace. “The unique combination of chakra balancing and yoga will empower participants to achieve maximum results.”

The three-day stay will be enhanced by the beauty and comfort of the new inn and conference center in the heart of the Sonoran Desert, surrounded by millions of acres of unspoiled, open wilderness. The area is home to more than 1,000 species of plants and animals. Splendor abounds in breathtaking vistas and vibrant sunsets.

This retreat is only open to 10 attendees, so space is limited. The $350 retreat fee covers all meditation and yoga sessions and three meals: Friday and Saturday dinner and a special Sunday “Chakra Brunch”. Accommodations are an additional charge and not included. Individual services (spa treatments, one-on-one yoga, chakra assessment consultations) will be paid directly to the practitioner.

For more information, contact Jovita Wallace at 928-919-6880 or, or Morgana Wallace Cooper at 520-419-9183 or

Hosted by the Sonoran Desert Inn & Conference Center in Ajo

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