Winter ~ A Time for Introspection As the days grow shorter and colder the natural reaction is to become more introspective. Christmas, New Years, and the other winter holidays can aid us in not getting too bogged down with self-reflection as we think about how we want to bring joy into the lives of others. Introspection can be like the sun providing insight for growth or take us down the deep well of self-absorption and self-pity. Years ago I read a book by Rivka Slatkin with guidelines for meaningful introspection. She suggests asking a few key questions:

  1. What did I accomplish in 2021?
  2. Was it satisfying?
  3. What could I have done differently to make it more satisfying?
  4. What do I love about my life?
  5. What would I like to change?

Your answers to these questions will shine the light of awareness on how you would like to see your life grow. Let this vision create your intentions for 2022. May you nurture the seeds of joy every day.

Welcome! Holistic Yoga is taught with a mindful attitude nurturing mind, body, and spirit. Due to the pandemic Wednesday classes are on Zoom. Enter here for Wednesday classes.

The Tuesday 9:30 & Wednesday 9 AM Slow Flow classes are designed to fit the needs of the 50+ yogi but yogis of all ages are welcome. Class usually ends with a guided visualization.

Wednesday at 10:30 we have Yoga Blend. This class is prefect for the yogi who cannot get on the floor. We do exercises sitting in a chair and standing including qigong. The class usually ends with a guided visualization.

Classes are also available at Belle Meade and Pine Knoll for residents and their guest.

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