The day is quiet, with social speaking only at the beginning and end. There are structured periods of mindful sitting, walking, lying, and movement meditation with a combination of light guidance, considered inspiration, and silence.
The term yoga can be used to describe a combination of things, as well as a spiritual practice that helps unify one’s being. For both Nancy and Natasha yoga and writing are inseparable, join us to explore this idea through discussion and writing....
The retreat incorporates yoga, meditation, labyrinth walks, some music and star gazing, time for rest and a visit to Glenwood’s Saturday Market, and optional hot springs and hikes into the Gila National Forest...
The basis of mindful communication is first and foremost personal mindfulness ...we will explore how to maintain and extend self-awareness to others, through a variety of speaking and listening practices.
Did you know that your pelvic floor health can be enhanced and improved by all dimensions of yoga practice?
Like any other muscle group, the pelvic floor is part of a holistic system in our body that can become dysfunctional from pregnancy, aging, childbirth, stress, illness, and more.
Natasha will provide yoga theory and doable daily practice suggestions week by week in our meeting. We’ll also have an opportunity to discuss our insights .... The intention is to anchor our practice in fresh personal ways, with expert guidance and peer support.
We will explore and refine the sounds of the Sanskrit Alphabet and learn to apply these sounds in mantras. Mantras train the mind to move into stillness and are extra effective when annunciated intentionally.
Cultivating self-compassion allows us to apply the same support, understanding, and kindness we would to a loved one to ourselves. This Second Sunday Seminar will offer opportunities to explore the idea of self-compassion, experience practices that can be used to cultivate it each and every day, and share questions and experiences with others.
We will look at what we know about race and systemic racism, what we don’t know; and what some of us will never know. We will then look at what we can and should do about what we know, and what we should not do. With special guest speaker Julia Weber, JD, MSW via Zooom
This series will explore four critical points in the body: feet, pelvis, heart center, and the head/neck. We will bring awareness to these regions while moving through gentle asana, honing the radical skills of grounding, calming, and opening. This exploration of the body is designed to help sustain your activism through physical well-being and mental health.
Vedic Astrology is considered a spiritual science and is at the ancient foundation of astronomy. Carl Jung called astrology, the “sum of all the psychological knowledge of antiquity,” and believed it provided symbolic insight into the workings of the human psyche.