Inhale the Future - Exhale the Past
The Yoga in You
“Caring is Everything"
~ Friedrich von Hugel
Ever feel you are searching for something, outside of yourself? Whatever it is, chances are you already know it, possess it,
and contain it inside of you. The challenge is to clear the cobwebs, settle the fog, and come see for yourself . . . The Yoga In You
December 1, 2018
For many years now its been my practice to walk a labyrinth
on New Years Day. A labyrinth is “an ancient symbol relating
to wholeness. It combines the imagery of the circle and the spiral into a meandering but purposeful path. It represents a journey to our own center and back again out into the world.”
Pretty much sums it all up now, doesn’t it? We are forever
on a turning wheel . . . sometimes hanging on for dear life
during all the meandering. Did you know the “fun” part is
the unknown meandering and trusting in the process you
will soon find your way again?
Which brings me to a crossroads in my own life journey
and destined to choose a pathway forward for the well-being
of my family. My heart is full yet conflicted because it is with a small serving of trepidation I take this next (meandering) step. This also gives me pause to reflect and celebrate a personal
yoga journey of 25 years; half of those years teaching a
practice we all know and love simply as “yoga”
in a welcoming community of friends.
After seven grateful years, The Yoga in You studio will close
its doors. There is a common, unwritten knowing of a love shared which will always bind us together.
To be clear, this is not my retirement from teaching: I am available to teach workshops and lead retreats if this interests you.
Let me remind you this practice is a marathon, not a sprint. I started The Yoga In You with three main pillars:
Be Inspired (motivated), Be Insightful (knowledgeable),
and Be Indivisible (strong). Through the years, I hope we’ve planted seeds of those foundations and hope they remain
rooted in your being. And now, after all this time
I say this about yoga . . . and finding our way:
“Be Kind. Be Grateful. Be Curious.”
And laugh . . . a lot.
This practice has, is, and will continue
to always be my steadfast companion.