Gardens of Delight is a Center for Natural Healing, located in the rolling hills near the Missouri River. We are nestled amidst a community garden, a nature sanctuary and a historic home which houses our healing therapies. Our yoga studio is housed in a barn style building also surrounded by gardens. We offer many healing therapies and natural products derived directly from nature.
Students and clients of all ages come for workshops and classes of all kinds, wellness therapies, and to work in the community garden. We’d be delighted to show you all that Gardens of Delight has to offer.
Gardens of Delight is the place to come to be totally supported on your healing journey, knowing that your heart, your mind and your soul will be gently and kindly treated.
4821 Paradise Valley Road
Kansas City, MO 64151
p.o. box 12062
Parkville, MO 64152
Being in nature is home for Lynn. Nature teaches us that just by being connected to the elements, we can begin to heal in many ways. Gardens of Delight provides an outlet for our nature connection, by accessing our creativity we transform lives, by moving and healing ourselves, we transform communities. The tools of Lynn's trade include Energy Healing, Yoga (both Hatha and Kundalini), Doula (birthing assistant), Herbal Wellness and Aromatherapy, Organic Gardening.
Education: Lynn studied at the Austral-Asian School of Herbal Studies, in Oregon, obtaining her diploma in herbal studies. Lynn is a graduate of The Core Star school of Energy Healing, and a 4-year assistant instructor at the school. Lynn received her training in Anusara Yoga in Kansas City Missouri, and her Kundalini Yoga training from 3HO. Her Doula training was received through DONA at St. Lukes hospital in Kansas City. She also practices the art of Peruvian Shamanism. She can be reached at email@example.com
Sami's Pranayama inspiration originated with her first teacher, Patricia Gray. She studied Pranayama with Sri O. P. Tiwari of the Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute in Lonavla, India. She has completed the RYT-200 certification through the Yoga School of Therapeutics, with an emphasis on Pranayama & Meditation.
Sami is the author of “The Gift of Compassion” published in Chicken Soup for the Soul, Grieving and Recovery. Read her article in Good HealthKC.
Heather Page has always had a love of good food - cooking and baking for her friends and family. When she began displaying signs and symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, she made changes to what she was eating and was able to heal her body and reverse the Chronic Fatigue through a traditional whole foods diet. She still wanted to eat some of her favorite dishes, so she began experimenting with healthy alternatives to give her loved foods a twist. Wanting to lean more about health and how food were linked, she began her study at the Nutritional Therapy Association and received her certification as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. She now works with clients to help them balance their bodies through good nutrition. Heather also teaches private and public classes on traditional food preparation including fermentation and grain free baking and cooking classes, hosts pantry clean-out parties, shopping trips and provides meal plans.