There’s nothing wild about any of the places I teach. We are of nature so the return to nature to practice yoga is well natural. You’ll find me in parks, by the sea & in any area that feels inviting. When I first step into a place I check out the energy there, if it feels right I’ll put on a class. There is a calling from nature, an invitation to be.
Yoga gives you this wonderful opportunity to replenish your vital energy through meditation and practice, a Sadhana. Being outside while practicing invites you to move slowly as though you are moving through water. Spontaneous movements come alive when you dip inwards.
Embrace the balance of being outside, on Wednesday evening it’s not day or night. It’s between light and dark.
The nervous system is responsible for taking perceptions of the outside world and merging those with perceptions of the inside world = interoception. If you can be present in your own body consciousness while being outside amazing things happen. You come back to yourself. You reconnect. You focus.
To be able to change your brain the power of focus is the starting point. Neuroplasticity is triggered by intense focus. Also occurs during deep sleep and rest. So many people tell me how well they sleep after the Wednesday evening class, and yep that goes for me also. The movement of body in practice, the caress of water on your skin.
It’s not about manifesting or grabbing or getting or competing. It’s about aligning with the truth of who you are so that you can spontaneously interact with life in a way that is authentic/ in alignment to you.
Join me at one of my outdoor classes this week –
Tuesday 7-8pm WindDown yoga in Herbert park.
Wednesday 7.30pm Sunset yoga Seapoint
Friday 8am Dun Laoghaire
Friday 12pm Herbert Park lunchtime express
Saturday 11am Herbert Park Surya to ease your mind and flush the week away.
Enjoy the sun xx