More like, the last two months in yoga land have been busy, exhausting, and growth inducing, per usual. Anyone else feel ready for some down time? I’m preparing for my semi-annual cleansing phase where I reset, eat well, give up beer and cheese, and get lots of rest. One of my favorite green things to do is shop at the SLO Co-op and bring my own containers to fill with dried goods. Did someone say zero waste? That’s right, you’re welcome mother earth.
I took a trip to Detroit where I practiced Bikram inspired yoga and was grateful that someone is bringing the yoga to Downriver, Detroit!Â Yoga for Peace was a sweet space with great ladies running the show.
I attended Yoga Journal Estes Park and got to be inspired by the Rockies, Elk, Shiva Rea, Rod Stryker, David Swenson, and Sarah Powers in my little 2 x 6 space. Ah, aren’t we lucky to practice in so much space in SLO?
I visited Yosemite for the first time and fell in love with some trees and fresh air. It changed my life.Â I can’t believe it took me 8 years to go there and I can’t believe people who live in California aren’t there every weekend. However, as seen here you can easily start your online yoga classes and stay healthy at home.
And lastly, not to fret, my home practice and teaching have been feeling great.Â Even my cat soda has taken up the yin yoga practice.Â Â I hope you find some time to practice laying like soda cat as we transition to fall.