Spring has a way of lifting spirits. The reawakening of nature and the extension of daylight revitalizes my mind and heart. The emerging life all around is a reminder of our connection to all of life and of how precious it is. It is only the belief that we are not connected that creates the conditions that breed mistrust and conflict that causes much suffering.
I wanted to use this post to remind us of the joy of feeling connection to life. Recognizing that we are adding to either the joy of connection or the pain of separation by every thought and action we take is a lifelong undertaking of mindfulness and understanding.
One of the joyful sounds that announce spring in the Pacific NW is the awakening of the frogs in the evening.
This mid-March morning, the woods around our home were alive with an influx of newly arrived migratory birds. I heard, and then saw, redwing blackbirds, and many robins adding their voices to the new dawn chorus.
Please click here for my next Zoom class offerings. They will be my last set for awhile. Then let yoga convert and influencer, Margaret Hoolihan bring a smile to your face with the following clip.
A LITTLE MORE ZOOM
There will be three more weeks of Zoom Yoga after which I will be taking an extended break for Spring/Summer projects and travel.
If you are planning to zoom in and are not currently on the Zoom email list (not the same as this mailchimp list) please email me to let me know so that I can send you more information and announcements as they arise.
Monday 10- 11:30 AM PST (9-10:30 Alaska time)
March 21, 28 and April 4
Level I/II Yoga
Wednesdays 10- 11:30 AM PST (9-10:30 Alaska time)
March 23, 30 and April 6
Cost: $12 drop in, $30 for 3 or more classes. Payment may be by Paypal or check written to me and mailed to 5961 Everson Goshen Rd. Bellingham, WA 98226
50% of all proceeds will be donated to World Central Kitchen #chefs for Ukraine