Finding the Sacred Space in Southern Utah

I don’t know why I was surprised. I’ve been to Southern Utah before. Perhaps, it was spending extended time camping in the red rocks. Being held by the canyon in its beauty and quiet, gave me an appreciation for the antiquity and sacredness of this place. I knew that I felt this sacred connection in the Grand Canyon, but was surprised to find it here (Snow Canyon State Park, Ivins, Utah).

We are back to our regular schedule for yoga this week:

Monday October 22, Monday Nite yoga from 6:30-8pm.Hatha Yoga

Thursday October 25, Chair yoga 3-4pm

Thursday October 25, 5-6:15pm Hatha Yoga

I will often describe our Monday nite yoga and Thursday Evening yoga as Hatha yoga. I do this mainly to distinguish these classes from Chair Yoga. The definition of Hatha Yoga is:

Hatha Yoga, which literally means “union through discipline of force”, is a school of Yoga that stresses mastery of the body as a way of attaining a state of spiritual perfection in which the mind is withdrawn from external objects. (from the Ananda.org website)

This week, I haven’t posted what our classes will be this week. Don’t worry, they will be gentle!



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