Join us for a gathering of our Kula, which means “community of the heart” to honor this sacred time of year. The evening will include chanting, intention setting, playful yoga poses and candle ceremony. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome, new and returning students alike!! There is no charge for this event as it is a gift of gathering for our community, however, I am asking that we pool together to donate to the local food pantry. Donations of non-perishable food items, toiletries or paper goods or monetary contributions are all wonderful ways to support those that need support.
Please let me know if you are coming if you haven’t already! This is one of my most favorite holiday parties of the season!! Take this time to step out of the comings and goings and become aware how darkness turns to light and endings become beginnings.Remember the Winter Solstice, which is officially on Sunday, is the longest night of the year and the shortest day but what that really means is that we are celebrating the return of the sun!!
Reminder about what to bring
(What Not to Bring: Your Mat)
*Bring an image, word, drawing to put on our Community Yoga Vision Board. Something you wish to see more of in our world for 2015
*Bring a donation for our food pantry (non-perishable food or toiletries item)
*Bring a percussion instrument if you have it for the chanting section
*Dress Festively (Think Winter Solstice: Blues, purples, dark burgundies, sparkles, shimmers, you get the point. Festive does not necessarily mean dressed up)
*A small snack to share if you would like
Winter Solstice Fairy
Please rsvp to let me know you will be here.
See you Soon!