"You are the sky. Everything else - it's just the weather."
April is here with fragrant blossoms reaching toward the sun, robins searching for food from the softening ground, and buds forming on the trees (pollen!), but the cold winds of March are still in the air.
Season to season transitions unravel slowly, there is a constant quality of change. We can see and feel this as the weather shifts in spring, showing up as snow, rain, clouds, or sun as nature begins to wake up from winter. Just like the seasons, we awaken to these in-between moments of shifting within movement, breath awareness, or mindful concentration as we meet the daily fluctuations within our day. These changes can overwhelm us through our emotional reactions or steady us with the constancy of knowing that this too shall pass.
When we take the time to notice these moments, we have the capacity to meet ourselves within all the shifts of life.
April offerings from my home to yours...
Virtual Slow Flow Yoga
4/7/21 and 4/14/21
730p-845p Eastern Time
This is a pay as you can class ($5-$15)
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*NO class on 4/21/21
FREE Community Care class 4/28/21
I share virtual classes that focus on moving, breathing, and meditating. The style I teach is a mash-up of hands on meditation in the form of reiki, slower paced movement, longer held poses, breath awareness, and mindfulness. The classes I share are open to anyone who can move from lying to seated to standing positions.
I offer free guided meditations on Insight Timer and free movement videos on YouTube. Once a month I teach a free community care class highlighting an organization that promotes equity, anti-violence, anti-oppression, environmental protection, social and racial justice.
In the past, I have supported other organizations and charities listed below in no particular order.
I understand we all have different values, ethical standards, morals and wish to support various groups that align with our personal beliefs. There are so many causes to fight for, take time to consider what is important to you, your family, your neighbors, your community, and our world.