Love, like intimacy, is something we can practice.
Love and intimacy don’t just exist in some parts of our lives, but not others. In order to experience true love we must bring love into all aspects of our lives. Similarly, in order to experience true intimacy, we must become intimately engaged with all of our Selves (with a capital “S”). Bringing love and getting intimate without internal boundaries can feel like a daunting task but it all begins with an intention to do so.
That’s why we have the practices of yoga and meditation. Yoga can help illuminate where we are feeling disconnected from our minds, our hearts, our bodies and our spirits. A regular mindfulness practice can help us see where we need to get more intimate with ourselves and be our own sources of divine love and radiance. As we begin to become the observers, as we are able to become a source of our own light and happiness, we are then capable of bringing joy and freedom to ourselves and others.
“Oh lovers, where are you going? Who are you looking for? Your beloved is right here.”- Rumi
Come practice with us. Not because it is something else you “need to do,” but because you are taking action to return home, to be a source of love and light in a world that truly needs you, a world that needs all humans!
We hope you enjoy the snow, the sun and the chance to go outside to get inside. We are right there with you and look forward to seeing you in the studio at one of our many, truly amazing classes.