let your next deep breath be the one that finally makes a difference.
There is deep and sacred wisdom inherent in this wild human experience... you know it, somewhere in your bones, or your gut, or the flutter you feel in your heart when you see the sunrise. You hear your intuition guide you -- and sometimes, you listen and find the most unexpected delights.
Sometimes you exhale and everything gets... quiet. And for a moment, all is well. You know that all is truly well.
My purpose, my passion, is to share the space, practices, and experiences to guide you on that path. Together, we can raise the vibration -- within ourselves, and collectively. So that every deep breath is a softening into ourselves, into that center, into...
Sweet, sweet quiet.
Ready? Exhale. And join me.
Everything is vibration - our bodies, our thoughts, and the world around us - and we are at our best when we are in alignment, attuned to our own highest vibration. Join us for an evening of creating vibrational healing led by Ankati Day. Using song and crystal singing bowls, Ankati will invite you into a deep state of relaxation to clear and restore your energy.
Winter, move over -- we're back, and ready to throw down with the folks at Liar's Bench Beer Co. once again with some Buti Yoga beats! A wild and freeing mix of vinyasa yoga, tribal and hip hop dance, and HIIT-style bursts, this practice is more than just a workout: it's an expression of everything that you've been waiting to set free.
We've all heard that yoga is helpful for stress, anxiety, and our nervous system -- and on the whole, I'd agree. But some yoga is more helpful than others. In fact, I've found some practices to be more aggravating to my system than helpful.
WHAT?! I know. So here's the breakdown: the right yoga for you!
Let's get clear: why are we practicing yoga in the first place?
The revolution began long before the marches, the posters, the walk-outs.
It began quietly. In unassuming voices, with cups of tea and sleeping children in the back bedroom.
It began in circles. Circles of friends, of women, of men, strangers-no-more meeting one another's gaze with curiosity, trepidation, excitement.
And in Circles, the revolution continues to gain momentum. Build strength. Dig deep roots.
"But what does that feel like?"
I'm pretty sure the first time someone asked me that, I experienced a complete failure of vocabulary to accurately assess -- and explain -- my inner experience.
"What do you mean, what does that feel like? It feels like... sensation?"
Trying to "tune in" felt like moving closer to a static-ridden television screen in hopes of seeing... something. Maybe it's like Magic Eye? Nope, just noise.
Should I go to yoga when I'm sick?
The not-so-simple answer: sometimes.
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