We've Sprouted Through
Everywhere around us we're getting the message that spring is here. It's in the smell of the air, the crisp wet grass, the sound of the birds chattering amongst themselves, the warm sunshine and the cooling rain. It's definitive. There's no question. Spring is here.
I've been sharing a lot about our ability to gather information from the outside world and use it to inform our practice. Our practice can always be our salve, as it has the ability to transform and completely adapt with each season, each month, even each hour of our day, depending on the information we're receiving. As we tune in more and dive deeper into our practice, our antenna becomes more acutely aware of everything around it -- seen and unseen -- and our practice becomes less about expectation and more about meeting the moment -- meeting ourself, exactly where we are, with exactly what we need.
How are you honoring your moments? What steps are you taking to make sure you're taking the time to tune in -- to yourself and the world around you? We have so much in our chests of magic, so many tools passed down from teachers and friends. How are we utilizing them?
Take some time this week / weekend to honor your moments. Take a walk outside and feel the warm sun on your face. Or on the rainy days, curl up with your journal, your favorite book or your water colors. Try to spend less time thinking about the next step and just fall in rhythm with the current. See where she takes you.
We have the opportunity now to harness all this spring energy -- the energy of creativity and resurrection. It's a time to let the wheels spin and trust your process. Yes, trust your process and trust your movements. You know exactly where you need to be and what you need to be doing. Give yourself the space to make it happen and the faith and trust that it will.
This spring I will begin hosting seasonal yoga workshops. These will be opportunities for us to align with the natural world to better support ourself physically, emotionally and spiritually. These will be offered at both the Locust Valley Library and the Bayville Library. If you are interested in attending these workshops, please reach out. More information to follow.
United We Om
The Non-Proft Organization that is changing the face of yoga and meditation -- and I couldn't be more excited to be apart of it.
What does a YOGI look like?
If you are in any of my library classes, you know there is an incredible community we have formed. There are still a few spaces left - click here for more information.
I cannot wait to see you -- each of you. In class, at the health food store, or on a walk. I am here to support you, totally and completely.
My deepest love,