Hello! Are you ready for some group yoga practice?
The new series to help us winter through to Spring is
Breathe, Laugh, Play: A Yoga Series of Movement & Meditation. Six weeks of 90 minutes classes to explore movement, breath, meditation, and playfulness.
One of our key inquiries will be: What does it mean to be free?
Current Class Offerings page where you can access the full description, learn the details, and register.
Wishing you peace,
Breathe, Laugh, Play: A Yoga Series of Movement & Meditation©.
The Wise Heart Yoga offering has a new signature series:
Breathe, Laugh, Play© This group of classes will be a combination of yoga postures and creative movement, as well as extended meditation. All levels welcome!
Six Weeks Sundays, 7:00-8:30pm Feb. 13 – Mar. 20 Live Online & Interactive (Recordings available) Suggested Donation Tiers: $90, $120, $140. These are only a suggestion. Please choose any amount you feel is appropriate.
What to expect:
Music Poetry Nervous System & Neuroscience Polyvagal Theory Journal Prompts Movement Meditation Self-Compassion Gratitude Time to rest Time to notice Time to integrate Time to be Student Feedback from the Yoga TLC Series, 2021
What are the most impactful concepts or practices you learned or experienced during the Yoga TLC series? ” 1) Journaling is important 2) You can shift your thinking by changing one simple word 3) Befriending your body.” “Resilience.” “Taking time for myself, calming exercises for the nervous system, working on balance both physically and emotionally.”
What strengths does the instructor bring to her teaching? “Intention.” “[Amy is] humble, gracious, knowledgeable, kind, encouraging.” “[Amy] has a very calming voice. Also speaks with authority and confidence on subjects. I can tell she has researched and thoroughly thought through each lesson.”
This is our second year of wintering through to spring on the wings of our Wise Heart Practices. Join us for 2022. There is support, encouragement, and care in this community, and all are welcome.
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These little birds flit
around the house
lighting here and there,
sitting on the counters,
standing on the chairs,
zooming through the kitchen.
They make “holy spirit water”
and play church, wedding, and workers,
after post office, house, and kitchen-shopping.
Screaming-mad and cackling-happy
these growing-up friends
make their way through the days
and I watch and hover and release and hold
and grasp and give and wait for their light
to open up my darkness.