All in person classes are cancelled until April 7th. With every challenge comes a learning. Remember that this is when the practice becomes a Practice. Everything that we have learned, and will learn, on the mat is carried over into life. Ahimsa has new meaning these days: what does it mean to do no harm? Asteya: what are the nuances of non-stealing? Satya: Truth? What is our truth?
A couple of things to support you as we extend this “social distancing”:
I know you’ve been missing classes, so starting on Monday I will be offering a “live” Zoom yoga practice at 9:30 am (you will have access to the recording for two weeks following). Each class is $5; you MUST REGISTER on line by 6pm the night before each class (Sunday nights). 5% of earnings will be funneled into the YTT Scholarship Fund.
Because so many of you are reaching out for support, I am offering mini Zoom and Phone Consults. I am only doing these “current needs” consults for the time being to focus on what you need to nourish you, support you, and keep you well during this stress filled and illness worrisome time.
These appointments are designed to be short, sweet, and targeted to your current needs (vikriti), as opposed to a full Ayurvedic Consultation. They are limited to 30 minutes to keep us focused on the current issues for you. Before your appointment, you will receive an email with a mini-intake to fill out; have it handy when we ‘meet’. This helps us see where we need to focus. I will offer suggestions that use normal household spices and kitchen foods. If needed, or desired, I will suggest herbal supports that can be purchased on line. (*remember that 5% of any purchases through the Banyan Botanical links on my website will go toward the YTT Scholarship Fund).
My gift to you is a Super Discount so everyone can afford to get the support they need: $30 and you must REGISTER through Schedulicity.
It is the same!—For, be it joy or sorrow,
The path of its departure still is free;
Man’s yesterday may ne’er be like his morrow;
Nought may endure but Mutability.
–Percy Bysshe Shelley