Yoga in Honor of the Equinox and Worm Moon
With Cordelia Rose
Saturday, March 27th from 2:00 to 3:30
$20 20 for Sol Members and those registered by March 14th and $25 thereafter – Via Zooom
The March full moon is called the worm moon, in honor of the warming soil and the appearance of earthworms. It is also the time of equinox, the balance of light and dark hours. To honor the moon and the changing season Cordelia will offer moon salutations, varieties of moon mantras and mudras as well as balancing poses and breath techniques. As lover of form and essence, Cordelia’s classes are both detailed and soulful. She encourages students to move slowly, carefully, and joyfully to enhance their flexibility, strength and calm. Asanas are interspersed with rest so that our bodies can digest what has been asked of them and prepare for what comes next. Pranayama/breath extension is inherent in every movement and will also be practiced as preparation for Shavasana/relaxation. Class closes with a hasta mudra/meditative hand gesture, a chant and stillness.
Cordelia Rose is founder and teacher of Glenwood Yoga in southwest New Mexico. Teaching yoga and building labyrinths follows a life of working in museums in London, Nairobi and New York. A horse now replaces her folding bicycle. Cordelia first learned Hatha Yoga decades ago at the Integral Yoga Center in Manhattan. In 2000 she moved to Glenwood and was seen standing on her head resulting in her first student. She gained additional knowledge at the International Yoga College advanced studies program with Rama Jyoti Vernon. Cordelia lives her yoga practice which is essential to her long life whether it be on her mat, on her horse, in a labyrinth, or practicing Tadasana in the line at the food coop.