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The beginning of each year is a chance to take stock and ask ourselves in which direction do I want to grow, where do I want to place my energy, how can I live each day more fully in line with my core values? The practice of Sankalpa takes us closer to our hearts desires in 2018.Read More
Lay yourself out to rest as if as if you are pressing the blue print of your entire body into the earth beneath the earth. Take a deep breath in and exhale physically.... mentally....emotionally.
As gravity takes hold feel your organs get heavy and sink toward the earth as your upper body becomes lighter, more buoyant.
At the end of each yin pose there is a moment when we lay back, let go and absorb what has moved or changed for us, This physical, mental and emotional shift is an important part of the practice. It gives us time to recalibrate.......Read More