This blog includes reflections, creative work and resources. It is a glimpse of one person's journey within the realm of inquiry, experience with the human body and spirit. Look for ideas rather than answers. No claims are made. Perfection is not implied. I write as inspired to do so. Take what works for you, leave the rest. If you share anything from this blog, either verbally or in writing, please do your best to give credit where credit is due. Thank you for visiting.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Gentle, Mindful Yoga in the Woods - 12/12 & 12/19 at 9am

The weather calls for sun but chilly temperatures for tomorrow so if you're coming to class wear layers!  Let's hope our little sand bowl holds the heat of the sun as it usually does.  I'll be there but understand if it is too cold for you.  We'll be moving to keep warm.  Consider bringing a blanket for savasana and seated meditation.  It's better to schlep extra stuff than to be uncomfortable. 

1 comment:

  1. Well, it was chilly but we did alright. I ran over time-wise so it was a long session of nearly 2 hours. The primary emphasis was on the spine: finding & knowing neutral-spine in various poses and time exploring triangle including reverse triangle and pyramid. Included were shoulder openers and exploration of how un-rounding the shoulders can be a wonderful beginning to address poor posture.