When we look out at nature, we’re looking at a mirror of ourselves.
We’re looking at ourselves.
Yoga also gives us this gift. The gift of a mirror to see ourselves. A mirror through the body in movement, the mind in philosophy, and the heart in meditation.
Yoga’s sister science of Ayurveda gives us this gift too. The chance to directly see ourselves as lived nature. No different than the tree, or the woodpecker, or the spider, or the grasses.
Each of us doing our duty. Each of us finding our way through the bounty and brutality of a universe seeking perpetual balance.
I’ve got 2 chances coming up to check-out the mirror of you through the lens of yoga and Ayurveda. How can these practices teach you more about you?
How can these practices help to heal you?
Opportunity #1 is a chance for you to nurture healing by way of moving smarter and different’er :
4 weeks of Yoga Therapy for Shoulder & Neck Pain
Fridays, October 14, 21, 28 and November 4
$135 for series or $35 / one class drop-in
Cary Yoga Collective
2425 Kildaire Farm Road
Opportunity #2 is a chance for you to practice whole body, mind and heart healing. You’ll learn the simple yet brilliant Ayurvedic framework for moving forward in your life step by step, day by day. It’s a bigger investment in both time and money but also akin to a day at the spa. According to past attendees, you complete the day feeling grounded and calmer (aka spa day and nourishing meals) but you also walk away with tools to recreate the feeling at home.
A Day of Balance:
Fall Education and Reset for Body, Mind & Heart
Saturday, October 15
8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Sky Pond, 118 Rocky Rd, Apex, NC 27523
Click here to see the schedule for the day and for registration details.
(Can you say fruit crisp, homemade chai, chicken soup, muffins, and more? Heart and soul food from my kitchen will abound…)
So that’s it.
When we look at nature, there’s a chance to see ourselves. In our purest, sweetest and most resilient form.
I deeply love being with the people that show up for this work. They never cease to amaze me.
You never cease to amaze me.
Won’t you be my neighbor for a bit?
I can’t wait to see you.
Take good care,