My Monthly Newsletter…Enjoy!
SPRING TIME INTENTIONS
Happy Spring! The new season is happening as I see the first signs of green popping up! It is such a great season to notice Life.
I have been teaching yoga for over twelve years in the community, but in 2011, I decided to create the vision that has become known as Embracing Spirit Yoga. I am so blessed to share Yoga with people of ALL abilities in the community and in my home. I am SO proud of a recent news article that highlighted my work. Check it out: http://www.koaa.com/story/37827965/your-healthy-family-yoga-is-key-element-in-tbi-rehab
I continue to find a new pace of living and a new passion for teaching beyond yoga. I am exploring and sharing a variety of wellness techniques in my personal practice and life. I am reminded that what I experience and what sometimes life gives us, is exactly what we need in order to fully blossom.
As we enter into April, we are reminded of the cycles of life that exist in all forms. This is a beautiful time to look to at nature for lesson and to welcome your own time of growth. Spring time is a great time to scatter seeds within yourself to create the beautiful blossoms in your life that you desire. Taking time to notice the changes around you as you see the trees begin to bud, the crocus flowers pop open and the bright yellow daffodils smile at you. This is a great way to bring awareness of the growth that surrounds you. Simply noticing, and then cultivating growth within yourself will do wonders as you blossom this season.
Some great ideas for personal growth include increasing tolerance, having patience, loving yourself more, laughing daily, or slowing down to enjoy life. Once you set your intention and scatter your seeds, it is time to nurture these powerful thoughts and water them with love and tenderness. Keeping weeds away through positive thoughts and affirmations are a sure way to have a great harvest in the coming months.
What seeds will you scatter this season? I am planning to plant seeds of intention and touching lives through service.
And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.