Join Seven Senses founders Dr. Erica Matluck and Paul Kuhn for a workshop to open the heart and bring balance to the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of ourselves. Together, we'll explore the themes and energies of the lower chakras through a holistic practice that blends yoga, breath (pranayama), vocal toning, guided imagery, and sound. This experience will quiet the mind and guide you into your subconscious so you can become aware of the blind spots and blocks that limit your ability to open your heart.
Erica Matluck, N.D., N.P. is an NYC-based naturopathic doctor, nurse practitioner, and holistic coach. She was trained as a Reiki master at 20 years old and began studying yoga as a teenager. Combining over a decade of experience working in conventional and alternative medicine, she brings a truly holistic lens to wellbeing, addressing the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of health. Eastern philosophy threads through all of Matluck’s work, where she emphasizes the intersection of health and spirituality to help people find meaning through life's challenges. Prior to opening a private practice in New York City, she spent eight years at One Medical Group building holistic services and training healthcare providers in holistic practices and group facilitation. In 2017, Matluck founded Seven Senses, a holistic framework for healing and transformation. She applies this framework to all of her work, which has been featured in Harpers Bazaar, MindBodyGreen and Well and Good.
Paul Kuhn is a skilled facilitator who uses experience as a vehicle for transformation. As a musician, experience designer and kundalini yoga teacher, he integrates sensory stimulation, breath and meditation to deepen presence, awareness and insight. Paul has trained in sound meditation and shares this transformative practice with individuals and groups throughout the world. He has produced and lead a broad range of experiences that inspire people to shift and awaken. Paul's work is deeply influenced by his passion for creating community and a natural talent for curation.