"We begin again to dream, weave the work of our hands and hearts to revision the world, and refresh ourselves, for we are the green shoots of renewal." ~ Sherri Rose-Walker
On March 20th, we crossed the threshold from winter to spring, from the old astrological year to a new one. The first sign of the astrological zodiac is Aries, a fire sign that moves us from the slower stillness of winter into the new, gentle sprouting, releasing, and renewing energy the spring season gifts us.
Spring symbolizes birth, breakthrough, new beginnings, new projects, new growth, and rebirth of the land. In the Tetons, spring can arrive at a slower pace, not rushing, but waiting, all the while testing our patience, until it erupts into colored shapes of plants and flowers in May (or June!).
Nature is still budding, giving us time and space to shed the old skin, the old layers, the old parts of ourselves or the old things we just do or have out of habit that do not feel nourishing to us. What in your life is asking to be shed? Where can you create space in your life to just breathe, be, let go, rest, and truly experience the gift of renewal that spring offers to each of us?
Support your letting go and cleansing process this month by joining us for our NEW spring schedule and allow the yoga to renew your mind, body and spirit.
~ Kari Swenson
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Join Sundari as she returns home to YOL with these Spring offerings. Spring is a time for renewal to yourself and an opportunity to change old patterns, behaviors and reactive conditions. The body is the way in to the mind and further along to the heart of what really matters. Self-transformation is achieved by experiencing the limitless nature of who we are, a dimensional shift in the way you perceive and experience life. Knowing this is YOGA.
THE ONLY WAY OUT IS IN
APRIL 8 | 9-11:30 AM
Sadhana ~ your personal, individual spiritual effort ~ It is the main tool you use to work on yourself to achieve the purpose of life
Foundation of the pelvic floor
Sitting Standing Walking Working
Cleansing with the Breath
The first Bandha - Mula-Bandha
Yoga Postures that influence the muscles, ligaments and tendons to the base
The use of props (another tool) to achieve this experience