Physically we seek balance between effort and rest, between movement and stillness.
Emotionally we try to decipher what needs to be eliminated and what requires assimilation. So many facets of life are about balance, because it is balance that brings us health - physically and emotionally.
Aadil Palkhivala, a prominent yoga teacher writes:
"It is a cosmic principle that we either live in imbalance or act to create balance. Though we may be comfortable in imbalance (which we often perceive as balance), we cannot grow in such a state. It is through shining light on that which we are not—our opposite—that we illuminate the road to progress."
In search of this balance, I invite you to join me Thursday nights for a Restorative Yoga class 6 -7 pm at Triangle Yoga.
Additionally, this Friday morning 9:15 am I am starting a new weekly class that will allow us to investigate the teachings of Ayurveda and its concept of balance as it pertains to our very own body type, energy and the particular season we are in. Balance will be the theme in this first class as well and is open to all, no matter what your level of yoga practice is.
Looking forward to seeing you,
“Seek the wisdom that will untie your knot. Seek the path that demands your whole being.” Rumi