Writing| Yoga | Mindfulness
An environmentally-inspired writer, Aurora is deeply inspired by relationships and nature. She loves connecting with people and loves helping women rediscover their inner confidence and learn to love their mind and body. She offers yoga consultations, writing assistance, and women's trips.
Aurora's writing includes relationship narratives with a strong sense of place and explores issues such as rural life, poverty, addiction, and lack of education. She has been published through the Colorado Review, Assay: Journal of Nonfiction Studies, Brevity, Hippocampus Magazine, Under the Gum Tree, and elsewhere. In addition to other past publications and exhibitions, she has won first place in creative nonfiction at the 2016 Pennsylvania Writers Conference. Her essay, "Fractures" will appear in an anthology based in northern Appalachian published by Bucknell University Press. Aurora has studied at the Tin House Summer Workshops in Portland, Oregon, and at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania, where she received her MFA in Creative Writing. Aurora Bonner is a 500-hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 500) and an 200-hour Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 200).
She offers challenging and deeply renewing classes that are fun and down-to-earth. She strives to meet you where you are at and welcomes all levels, interests, and experiences—whether this is your first attempt or your thousandth.
When she is not writing or on her mat, she is spending time adventuring with her family or outside on the trails.