Dear Seattle Yogis,
Seriously, how can Thanksgiving and Chanukah be in two weeks? That’s not possible. Okay, maybe it is, because they have a bunch of Turkeys, Christmas stuff, and even a Chanukah gift basket for sale at CostCo, and there have been numerous articles saying that this won’t happen again for another 70,000 years. If you want more details on why this is so, click here. Anyway, I doubt I will be around in 70,000 years, so I had better make this year’s co-joined feasts both phenomenal and memorable. And so, I find myself thinking of turkey and stuffing and latkes and pie and family logistics. I notice that I am already feeling full and maybe a bit overwhelmed. Anybody else out there feeling this way too?
The good news is that I will be offering a new and inspirational workshop next Sunday at River Tree Yoga. This one is specifically designed to help you get ready for the holidays. Come to this workshop so you can be truly open and present for the bounty you are sure to consume, both physically and emotionally.
A Practice of Gratitude
1:00 – 4:00pm
Welcome the Holidays with this Essential Heart Opening practice featuring live music by Tova Ramer and Friends.
This workshop features heart-opening asanas such as backbends to help you open more fully to the experience of the holidays and digestive asanas to help with you process the physical and emotional abundance of the season.
Our flow will be beautiful and deep and enhanced by the sweet sounds of live kirtan.
Open to students of all levels.
River Tree Yoga
6922 Preston-Fall City Road
Issaquah, WA, 98027
$40/student, pre-registration strongly recommended.
Workshop limited to 15 students
Contact Diana Bonyhadi to sign up
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