“Inhaling without effort you naturally come back to yourself with some color or form. Exhaling, you gradually fade into emptiness — empty, white paper. The important point is your exhalation. Instead of trying to feel yourself as you inhale, fade into emptiness as you exhale.”
I don’t know about you, but every year I tell myself that my next holiday season will be different. I won’t be running out on Christmas Eve to do last-minute shopping, I’ll be way more organized on my menu planning and meal execution, and I’ll carve out more time for reading and reflection. And yet somehow every year still feels like a scramble where I collapse at the end, depleted. Thank goodness for restorative yoga! A mere 10 minutes in just one restorative pose feels like a balm to my entire being. It recharges, refreshes, and revives in an unparalleled way. Now even though the studio is closed today and tomorrow, we are fortunate to have a first-rate offering on Tuesday, December 26. Come join Katherine Jilbert at 10am for two hours of mind/body bliss. She will guide you through a surefire sequence of restorative yoga poses that will soothe your nervous system. If you’re looking for an antidote to the anxiety, stress, and depression that so often surround the holidays, then be sure to reserve your spot right now.
Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! Who Dat!