NewYearsYoga

As we approach the shortest day of the year, the pace of the season may become more frenetic and yoga can bring much needed stability and balance to our body, mind and spirit.
 
“Do less, pay attention more” is something I recently heard in a yoga class.  If you find yourself feeling caught up in the hustle and bustle of the season, take a moment to pause. Tune in to the natural rhythms of the day which don’t change despite our “to do” list.  Notice the sunlight streaming in through the window, or the long shadows sliding over the grass in the afternoon.  
 
In yoga practice, pay attention to your breath and the weight of your fingers and toes pressing into your mat during Downward Facing Dog.  Find more stability and balance in your poses this week as we focus on the hips and the inner and outer spiral of the thighs.
 
See you on the mat!

Namaste,
 
Kim Metz
RYT 200
 
When I am constantly running there is no time for being. When there is no time for being there is no time for listening.
Madeleine L’Engle

Classes this Week

Tuesday, 9:30-11:00am -Intermediate Yoga   
Thursday, 7:00-8:30pm -Beginner Yoga
Friday noon- 1:00pm -Lunchtime Yoga

Perkville is here! Earn points each time you come to class as well as a variety of other ways.  It’s easy and earns you money toward free classes or other services at Awaken Wellness.  Sign-up through invitation via email or go to http://awakenwellnesscolumbia.com/yoga/perkville