Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Allow Another to Help

Union of mind, body & spirit... that is what yoga is. Often times a yoga practice is more than just poses. We learn many things on the mat that apply off. For example, on Sunday afternoon the idea of NOT doing and allowing someone else to help came up in preparation for Savasana. Within the movement or adjustment, the individual needed to stop (anticipating/moving) so that I could help her. If she did anything, I could not provide as much help and therefore give her more space for peace. Perhaps this Thanksgiving you can find an opportunity to stop and allow someone to help you.

You continue to enlighten my practice by sharing your experience and smile. It is with a soft heart that share my gratitude to you for inviting me to be a part of your journey.

I am thinking about offering a New Year's Retreat on January 2. Please drop me an email if you are interested in participating in a this refreshingly reflective and rejuvenating winter experience. I am also accepting reservations for Illuminate Challenge.

If you are unable to join tonight's free meditation practice (more details are below, I encourage you to explore Yoga Nidra on You Tube or the like. You are all invited to a Thanksgiving yoga practice at 7am or any other time this week. You can check out the November class schedule for times. Let me know if you plan to attend. Remember that a mat is always open to you even if you haven't seen it in a few months.

with a soft heart