Could just be me, but in my yoga practices both as a student and teacher, seems like just when I start to settle in, find a groove
Here comes- change.
I remember the first time I stopped feeling resonance with one of my favorite teachers
When I started to feel misplaced at one of my favorite studios.
I’ll call it grace that I didn’t think it was “them”; I realized that something within me was changing.
This shift has happened for me a few times, as I learn, grow, study, practice, teach, reflect, and integrate new understandings, access old wisdom, and gain clarity around my purpose— As I engage in the process of both being and becoming
Each time it’s been quite frightening. The change.
Each time I’ve gripped tightly and initially resisted. The change.
I started out as a power+ hot vinyasa student and teacher (exclusively… like that is all I practiced and taught for years)
As I’ve shifted and changed. As I’ve been shifted and changed, I’ve fretted that I appear inconsistent.
What has stayed consistent is that I believe yoga is a powerful tool for cultivating awareness, mindfulness, and accessing our real.
My current public teaching schedule reflects that and honors where both my teaching and practice are now.
I’ll be teaching this schedule through mid/late March:
Monday- 6:30pm Warm Flow and 8:30pm Yin at Atlanta Hot Yoga
Tuesday- 5:45pm (Nonhot) Flow and 7:15pm Restorative at Evolation Yoga
Wednesday- 6:30pm Warm Flow and 8:30pm Yin at Atlanta Hot Yoga
Friday- 4:45pm (nonhot) Slow Flow and 6:00pm Yin at Evolation
Saturday- 2:00pm Yin at Atlanta Hot and 4:30pm Restorative at Evolation
and from there-
(and this is hard for a planner of planners like me)
“I don’t know where I’m going. But I promise it won’t be boring. “-David Bowie