The first is from Stanley Keleman, who invites us back to our physical and emotional body. It is an invitation to slow down, settle in, and attend deeply: We have neglected our emotional reality, and the source of our self-nourishment: our bodies.
The second reflects Patanjali's invitation to "effortless effort" and the possibility of functional, nourishing movement: Hatha Yoga is a method that will achieve maximum results by the minimum expenditure of energy. (Theos Bernard)
Reminder of the upcoming Restorative Immersion Nov. 19th/20th focusing on Compassionate Stillness. The past sessions have been deeply nourishing and there is still space to register at the early bird price. Details available at the Restorative Immersion tab above.
I am heading off to Alberta soon for Yom Kippur and then to sit in retreat with my long-time teacher and mentor Richard Miller. Sunday class while I'm away will feature Lynne Mustard; Tuesday/Wednesday will be held tenderly by Rosalind Taylor. Enjoy and be well! Namaste and blessings