Hello and Happy New Year!
It has been awhile..really quite awhile. With so many other social media outlets I kind of let my blog slip.
So 2021 is a time to REvamp my blog.
I thought I'd share a bit about what I've been up to since last April, but that would take awhile since my last post was putting my classes online due to the pandemic. Almost 10 months later we are still in a state of uncertainty with restrictions changing often.
Over the months there is a lot of online options, so I have been very grateful to be able to continue teaching online a few times a week. I have also been able to take part in quite a few online workshops with senior teachers from around the world. Something I would probably not have been able to do otherwise.
So instead I thought I'd share a thought (and feeling) I had quite a few months ago. For a short while, after 7 months of lock down, we were able to have some in person classes. It was so nice to see everyone again and share a physical space and energy that I used a word I don't think I ever have used in a yoga class before. Everyone was in savasana and I felt such a nice and happy feeling that I said, "Let us rejoice in this moment."
Rejoice..to me has always been associated with a sacredness.
But it was truly how I felt at that moment.. A happy, peaceful feeling that all was just as was meant to be at that moment.
After I reflected for awhile that I used the word rejoice I looked up the meanings of the words rejoice, joy and Re as a prefix and meaning of Re I came to the conclusion that I was feeling joy again.
REjoice...to feel or show great joy or delight.
Joy..a feeling of great pleasure and happiness.
Re..regarding, about, concerning, referencing
Re as a prefix ...again
Over the many months of restrictions I feel over all that I went will the flow of what was happening, trying to stay as present and open as I could. But, I didn't realize how much I was missing seeing everyone and being together. That feeling of Joy again was very great and I am so fortunate to have been in the presence of those that created that space and feeling.
So, let us rejoice in all that we are, all that we have and all that is too come.
I hope you will join me this year, through my blog, facebook, instagram or in online classes.
I have many offerings coming your way. I'll share some of the posters below!