A few weeks ago, I felt the grounded sensation of "staying put" shift in me when I began having conversations with Apryl and Munro about teaching yoga classes in the yurt nestled among the trees, next to their home. I've felt called to this space since the first time I stepped inside for a Winter Solstice class a few years ago. At the end of the class, we were invited to stay for a cup of tea and connect in community. I remember talking with Apryl and gushing about the yurt. I leaned in close and whispered to a friend, "I don't ever want to leave! This place is magical!"
The yurt holds a sacred energy, a warmth felt energetically as you approach along a short path through the trees and, in temperature as you step inside to the warm comfort of a wood stove. There is something so soothing about the way this yurt is configured. There is a room under the yurt, dug into the earth, which houses the wood stove which heats the space. Something about this configuration feels important, a reminder from the universe to look within for warmth before seeking outward.
This is one of the themes I am excited to explore in the upcoming Winter Session of Embodied Flow, a hatha flow style yoga class I will be facilitating on Tuesday evenings, 7-8:30 pm, starting February 7th, 2023.
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