Archive for the 'Sarayu Yoga' Category

Getting out of your own way!

Published on January 12, 2019

I have noticed that when it comes to barriers and obstacles in my life, I am my own worst enemy. I can talk myself out of trying something new faster than anyone else ever could. If I can stop myself from immediately saying “no”, sit back and relax into a new idea or possibility, I […]

Hello 2019! January a month of possibility

Published on January 5, 2019

We will start of the new month and the New Year with Yin! Our yoga week will be abbreviated this week. So here’s what will be in store: Monday Nite 1/7 from 6:30-8pm Let it be Yin! We’ll renew and restore. Thursday Chair yoga from 3-4pm. It’s our monthly balance class with Jenny Gaede. This […]

Do you need a yoga infusion?

Published on December 29, 2018

While I cherish this season, I too find it to have its stresses. So, we will have our regular yoga class on Monday nite 12/31 from 6:30-8pm. Bring your intention to greet 2019 by taking care of yourself. Our Thursday yogas, Chair and Hatha, will be on regular schedule as well. Chair is 3-4pm and […]

Yoga for Christmas week

Published on December 22, 2018

Our little evergreen has a story.We live in the foothills, so we are surrounded by trees of all types.Two years ago, we lost one of our beautiful trees to the drought/bark beetle and had to cut it down. Quickly, a small tree began growing out of the tree stump. This little tree had gotten quite […]

The mystery and awe within the Winter Solstice

Published on December 15, 2018

Albert Camus’ above quote is the thought I frequently reflected on during most of my mid-adult life. That time was marked by struggle, uncertainty, and scarcity for me and my family.I haven’t found a quote that reflects this current time of life as yet, but Albert Camus takes me back and, with gratitude.Each year, we […]

Mystery and Awe

Published on December 2, 2018

This is the season of both mystery and awe. How do you find these qualities during this dark and quiet season? Do you wonder at the changing of the seasons? The Holiday lights? The snow capped Sierras? Fo each of us, there are elements that will draw out the sacred and special feeling of this […]

“It is not wrong to go back for that which you have forgotten”.Ghanaese Wisdom

Published on November 24, 2018

Often, we talk about being in the now. Looking to the present moment for guidance for the future. I think a balanced view of grounding ourselves in the present is the idea of evaluating our past in order to move forward. Personally, I have learned so much about myself from looking at past occurrences and […]

Giving thanks, making memories and honoring memory

Published on November 17, 2018

We begin the season of togetherness, memories and gratitude. All of these things mean something different to each of us. We have our own stories of the holidays, our own memories. Perhaps we take for granted that we are making memories in the now, as we may feel wistful for past times “These are the […]

Memory is a special gift

Published on November 10, 2018

This Claude Monet painting, triggered a memory for me. The memory is of a place in Idaho called Billingsley Creek. We spent a nite here a couple of years ago. The creek was raging, compared to our non-existent California creeks. The sounds, smells and peace of this place has stayed with me. The Monet painting […]

November is here!

Published on November 3, 2018

As we enter into November, we also move into the holiday season. It is a time for making memory and remembering memories made. It is a difficult time of the year for some of us. It is a joyful and stressful time for others. However this season comes into our living, let’s take some time […]