Lady Bouley

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LADY BOULEY

Travel • Yoga • Photography

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Meet Lady

 

 

 

Lady is a yoga teacher, photographer, filmmaker, and psychonaut originally from Atlanta, Georgia. She's spent nearly 3 years living nomadically, chasing her passions and interests around the world. She finds inspiration in discovering unique environments and exploring the depths of those she meets along the way.

During 2016, a backpacking adventure through Asia led Lady to the extraordinary opportunity of volunteering as a photographer for a Nepalese NGO, United Nepal. Her insights and photographs were later published in her first book, Travel Now, Pay Later (click link for free download).

In 2017, Lady earned her 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher certification while working with Soul Ascension Healing Arts as a full-time photographer and filmmaker for an ongoing spiritual documentary project. 

2018 is sure to be a continuation of divine manifestation and exciting creative projects including unique yoga retreats, and The Box Truck Project.

Read her blog to learn more about Lady and where her adventures have taken her.

 
 
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Upcoming Retreats

A week of ceremonial tattooing, introspective yoga, and inspiring meditations.

Sacred Tattoo Ceremony
Fall of 2018

I'm over the moon to announce the first yoga/sacred tattoo retreat that I'll be co-hosting with several other magical people. It's just in the beginning stages, but we plan to have this unique and inspiring retreat to take place this fall in the beautiful British Columbia, Canada. If you're interested in reserving a spot or want to know more information, message me and I'll keep you in the loop as the retreat takes shape. 

 

I don’t know where I’m going from here, but I promise it won’t be boring.
— -David Bowie

Raising Money for Nepal

During 2016, I traveled for 3 magical months through the breathtaking country of Nepal. I volunteered as a photographer for United Nepal and connected deeply with the local people and culture. As a small thank you to Nepal for all of the gifts she has given me, I continue to raise money for the impoverished Nepali community of Agra-Makwanpur. After the earthquakes in 2015, Agra was chosen for the construction of a library that would provide the villagers with unprecedented access to free education. Several months from completion, the project lost funding and came to a halt. A new team of volunteers has since agreed to finish the construction, pending the purchase of the final materials. All we need to do is come up with $4,000 USD, and we can change the lives of hundreds. Please consider giving a small donation as your $5 or $50 will have great impact. Contact me privately if you are interested in making a donation.