Showing posts from March, 2019
Namaste As we enter a season of awakening it is a lovely time to embrace the variety of self-care the yoga tradition provides.  Embrace peace and appreciation. Take time to integrate your outer and inner experience. When we practice yoga through stretching and breath we release “ama” stagnant energy we do not need. Consistent practice of yoga enhances your ability to deepen your awareness of the subtle flow of the body.  Pranayama (yogic breathing) Breathing deeply, lowers your heart rate, relieves anxiety, relaxes your muscles and calms your mind. Take time for Pratyahara (Sense Withdrawal) thus experiencing the inner domain of pure awareness. Take time to focus on slowing down the busy mind to experience awareness. Meditate ~  When our minds our “cluttered” the body can respond by tensing muscles. Essential oil class will take place this Saturday from 2:00-3:00pm. Registration required 24 hours in advance of class at or