Sigh. It’s the body’s way of letting go. My yoga community came out to Kirtan last night and a yoga practice titled the Evolution of Change.
Pictured above is Ryan Hader and his fellow musician and friend Scott. Ryan was my first public yoga teacher in Milwaukee. He brought my practice to a level where I began to feel inspired to share it with others by bringing them to class or sharing a pose I thought would help them with whatever they had going on in their bodies.
The top two photos are the ceiling of the sacred vessel that has allowed me to grow into the person I am. This simple, elegant view from savasana has comforted me through life’s challenges that I worked through on my mat but also inspired awe at the beauty available to us if we simple know to look.
This view last night helped me remember to see the beauty in this challenging time of letting go of this sanctuary.
Ryan reminded us that everything is constantly changing, so can you be enough? Yoga helps us access the sanctuary within, because really the room , the studio, the temple is justabsorbing all of the great energy and contains it. Wherever you go, you can find sanctuary, for what is inside will manifest outside.