Abyhasa, a Sanskrit word describing constant, determined and dedicated study or practice over time.
14 days of yoga between the dates of January 15 to January 31.
Tuesday, January 16th welcomes a the first New Moon of 2018 and the start of our Winter Yoga Journey 2018. The New Moon marks the beginning and darkest phase of the moon. A time of pregnant pause where anything is possible. A time to plant the seeds that will create our future experiences. It is daily practice that will grow our inner light. It is perfect that we end our shared Journey as the moonlight expands to its brightest self on the Full Moon of January 31st.Please join me on a “Yoga Journey”. Our Sankulpa (intention, dedication) is to plant the seeds of practice that will nourish and sustain us as we move along the path from the deep darkness of December 21st, the first day of Winter towards the hopeful and promising season of Spring.
How to participate?
- Contact me for your Free Yoga Journey Card. It will include ideas for your practice and a place for you to note your practice times.
- Dedicate a minimum of 15 minutes each day for 14 of the 17 days between the New and Full Moon. Practice may include group class or 15 minutes of personal yoga. Your practice days may or may not be consecutive only consistent.
- Click here for a printable flyer to share.
This Journey begins January 15 and will conclude after 17 days on January 31st. All who participate will be entered into a drawing for a prize at the end of our Journey. Among the prizes is a package of 5 yoga classes.