the body contains
our past emotions
for the release
of what we felt
It's not the amount of time that we take when we're working on ourselves that matters most.
It's really quality over quantity in this situation.
And I assume, here, that you are, in fact, working on yourself.
Otherwise, why are you here?
That's our purpose, after all. I think anyway.
Our purpose is to strive to become the best version of ourselves.
But how can we do that without reflection; without wading through the parts of us that are heavy, or dark, or hold us back in some way.
We have to cleanse those murky waters.
That's one of the reasons we do yoga, is it not?
Yes, we get to move the body, but we also get to experience release, letting go, and finding the breath.
It's a reintroduction, almost.
It's a gift.
To spend time with yourself, on your mat, whether that be for 20 minutes of 75.
Quality over quantity.
So today's class is a short one.
Designed for mornings, lunch breaks, or any of the other in between times.
Let me know how it goes!
Sat Nam ❤️
“Releasing the need to be perfect is what paradoxically often leads to perfection.” ― James Morcan
Good morning, dearest friend, and happy New Class Tuesday!
I'm going to make this one short, since I was just in your inbox a couple of days ago with the new calendar!
I'm just here to remind you that you are amazing.
You are doing enough.
You're kicking ass at this whole life thing.
And I'm glad you're here practicing yoga with me.
Now check out this fabulous new class and have a great day!