I hope that all of you have been taking good care of your health and wellbeing--February was a rough month for many people with various flu bugs, colds and such. The good news is that the robins have returned to our skies and it is joyous to hear their song--here's to looking forward to a beautiful Spring season!
Some great news for this month -- including a new class that has begun on Monday nights! Yoga for "Core" and Connection. Also, another Yoga Nidra class to enjoy. Check out details below.
Our movement and more clip this month is about deepening awareness and mobility through the arms and shoulders. Nurturing both mobility and ease here is important for poses like Chair pose, Warrior 1, and most particularly--for shoulder self-care and avoiding injury--the popular but load-bearing through the shoulder girdle pose Downward-facing Dog, if that pose is part of your practice. How are you moving here? Are you moving in a way that is nurturing what you need to nurture---or are you asking something of your back and shoulders you might not want to? If you'd like to receive Heart Tree Yoga's short movement and more video clips to deepen your practice, sign up for our mailing list.
This month also I have some reflections for you about reevaluating your daily self-care regimen as we move into Spring, because just as the weather shifts, so do the needs of our body! Read on!
Blog Archives including Heart Tree Yoga's Yamas and Niyamas Study from January-December 2016 and seasonal newsletters.
HTY FALL Newsletter 2017 by Carolyn Black Bagdoyan on Scribd