Namaste! How are you doing, dear ones, with your commitment to your own physical/mental wellness? Stop over at my Moxie page and book some classes for yourself! I now have an option to purchase a 10-class pass that can be used over 40 days. Or choose one of the other options for subscriptions or drop-in classes. The accountability can help you stay on track
“Equality comes in realizing that we are all doing different jobs for a common purpose. That is the aim behind any community. The very name community means let’s come together to recognize the unity. Come … unity.”
As 2020 draws to a close, I find myself pondering this challenging year and feeling concerned for all the people who have lost so much: jobs, loved ones, housing, health, security, enthusiasm, etc. As a trained mental health counselor who combines traditional “talk therapy” with the timeless body/mind-centered focus of Yoga, I want people to know there is help available. Remember to think outside the box of insurance-approved techniques and practitioners. You are not limited to those choices! Message me (or others) for options on how you might access the compassionate, client-centered therapy you deserve. For example, I offer counseling or spiritual direction combined with restorative yoga.
“Our first and foremost duty is to take care not to let the mind lose its peace. You don’t have to make the mind peaceful. If you leave it alone, it is peaceful. In our own lives we should see that we don’t lose our peace due to our thoughts, words, or actions.”
Looking for Yoga-related gifts for others or for yourself? Check out this comprehensive guide to choosing eco-friendly Yoga mats based on in-depth reviews at Consumers Advocate. I admit I’d never heard of some of these mats, so it’s exciting to know we have these great options available to us. The article is here.