It has been a wonderful summer overall. We had exams in our house (kind of stressful), birthdays (fun) and then holidays (even more fun). I hope you had time to be with those you love, took time to recharge your batteries. Created space to hold a store of happiness and calm that will carry you into the colder season. Just as the seasons change, we too change. The little people in my house are growing up, my body is changing, the garden so abundant in life now will soon be brown and wet and soggy and no longer hold the same image of beauty that it now does.
“I cried over beautiful things knowing no beautiful thing lasts”Carl Sandburg.
So try not to lament what has changed but carry this store, this memory of summer in your heart for the coming season of change.
So my teaching timetable for the coming weeks will look like this –
Lots of people want an early morning online class that you can do before work/ getting kids out for school or just because it’s a really good time of day to practice. So here it is. Starting Monday 05th there will be a 7am online class. This online class will be 45 minutes of Monday movement, get up, move and start your week in the best way possible. This is included in your 30 Days of Yoga pass or just sign up here.
Also from Monday 05th, I will be teaching in a new studio in Dun Laoghaire called Body Mind Breath. I will be there for 2 classes 6.15pm & 7pm. You can book in here.
Tuesday – You can catch me at Eden 1 if you have membership there, that class is at 11.30am.
Wednesday – Sunset Yoga 7.30pm at Seapoint. Have you been yet? I really do encourage you to try this class. The whole class is designed around honouring evening energy. We release the tension in the body from the day and move to breath. Bring tea and join a friend to chat after class or join me in the sea for a dip. Book in here. Also included in your 30 days of yoga pass.
Thursday 7pm Online Yoga
Friday 6.15m YogaHub
Saturday 11am Park Yoga at Herbert Park. All levels welcome to this Nature lead practice allowing us to connect to ourselves. Park Yoga, come enjoy the power of a practice that draws each week on the wonder that is Mother Nature in all her glory. Surya Namaskar to greet the day with optional inversions and Asana. Practicing in nature allows us to increase wakeful relaxation & internal focus.
Some of you already practice with me on a 1:1 basis. I am delighted to tell you that I have 2 spaces free each week to take on a student who wishes to practice in this way. You decide what you want. Perhaps a pose you’ve been working on, perhaps an intention setting meditation, perhaps some Restorative poses to aid sleep. Get in touch by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am so looking forward to seeing you on the mat soon.
Much love and autumnal abundance