“Contentment lives only in the hearts of those who are grateful.”
November ushers in a time of abundance and of being grateful and content. So what does it actually mean to be grateful? To be content? How do we cultivate these mindsets into our daily lives?
Patanjali, author of The Yoga Sutras, discusses the idea of santosha—contentment—which offers us a path to open our hearts and minds to these concepts. When we regularly practice gratitude, we tend feel more joy and happiness and overall increased well-being.
This workshop will include an exploration of gratitude and contentment through mindful journaling, gentle yoga, and guided meditation. Join us as we share, reflect, and set some time aside to be grateful.
All are welcome. Please bring you mat and wear comfortable clothing.
Space is limited, so sign up early.
Let go and ride the sound waves, allowing them to transport you into a deeper experience of yourself and reality. You are so much more beautiful, capable, magnificent and loved than you can imagine! This sound journey provides a safe and sacred container to release stuck emotions, cognitive distortions, trauma and negative programming… and be held in the loving embrace of All That Is.
A guided clearing and grounding meditation with vocal toning will set the tone and clear out residual energies. Then settle in for a deep dive into the healing frequencies of bells, singing bowls, chimes, Andrea’s angelic voice, sacred drumming, and more. Everyone’s experience is unique. Most find it relaxing, rejuvenating, and even transporting to a place of peace that is hard to access otherwise; and profound healing often occurs.
NOTE TO ATTENDEES: Your comfort is important to be able to deeply relax and experience the full benefits of this session! There are yoga mats, bolsters and blankets in the space, however, you may prefer from thick padding from home (e.g. camping mat, lawn chair cushion), your own blankets or sleeping bag, and pillows. Sitting in a chair is also an option, if you prefer. So, PLEASE BRING a water bottle and any supplemental props you need to be supported, comfortable and warm sitting for 25-30 minutes, and lying down on the hardwood floor for an hour.