Ten years old again! After hours at the computer, I venture out in my Canadian galoshes and my yellow reflective vest, umbrella in hand. This is not a drizzle or a mist. This is a decisive rain with no sign of stopping. I find myself trekking through rivulets and plunking through puddles. I trust my boots. A flock of geese materializes like a magic trick from a thick cloud and speeds west. The air is fresh and the sky is within reach. This wet world conjures thoughts of the nadis, and I find myself wondering if Richmond Beach Yoga students know what the nadis are. The word means “little river” in Sanskrit, and refers to the vast network of energy pathways in our electric bodies. This is the lit-up matrix of life coursing through our “mortal coils” and beyond. What have you done today that lit you up? That gave you energy? That turned you on like a disco ball? That made you feel lively as an impromptu creek that impishly careens down the street, unstoppable, free as the wild geese, that meets another stream at the corner and laughs all the way down the hill? What have you done recently that you loved to do when you were 10 years old? Especially if you can’t make it to yoga class today, go and DO THAT!
Sunday, February 25th 8 – 9 p.m. with Torrey K. $35/ $28 for members. Join Torrey Kaminski for a relaxing, meditative evening of sound and vibrational healing. In this sound bath, participants experience restorative and rejuvenating effects while being “bathed” in the sounds of Himalayan singing bowls, crystal singing bowls, …Read More
Winter Challenge: December 15th-March 15th Why have just one? Challenge A. – Attend 60 classes between December 15th and March 15th and receive 20% off your next purchase or monthly membership charge. Challenge B. – The 5 Minute Challenge 1 minute of plank 1 minute of chaturanga (yoga push up) …Read More
Our Noon hour, lunch time Vinyasa offered to the community at large. Please pay in class. (we’re unable to offer the discount online via our software, unfortunately). Members are of course welcome and can use their normal membership to attend.