“Crying is one of the highest devotional songs. One who knows crying, knows spiritual practice. If you can cry with a pure heart, nothing else compares to such a prayer. Crying includes all the principles of Yoga.”
Dearest Yoga Students,
Hope you enjoy a good cry now and again. I have always been a crier. The tears just come and there is no holding them back. Not much has changed. I cry when I am happy, upset, mad, frustrated, full of love or simply when I become overwhelmed by the beauty and fragility of this life. Crying integrates a sense of presence like nothing else, it includes breath work, abdominal strengthening and has the ability to allow my emotions to flow like the tears the streaming down my face leaving me calm and relieved. I used to feel bad about the way I cried. Those around me would urge me to stop and stifle it, maybe due to their own uncomfortability. Today, I have embraced my ability to wear my emotional body out for the world to see. If I am in a situation where it is absolutely inappropriate to cry, I take a breath and promise myself a good cry the next chance I get. So allow yourself to cry. Cry for the world, cry for yourself, cry for all the amazing ups and downs, and cry for the deep, spiritual love you feel when you witness the sacred beauty all around you.
Yoga this Week
Monday Maryhaven Yoga 515pm Port Jefferson
Tuesday Morning Yoga 930am with Meditation
Wednesday Evening Yoga 7:30pm
Thursday 1199 Retiree Yoga & Meditation Riverhead
Friday Morning Healing/Gentle Yoga 930am
(Please reserve your spot or cancel if your plans have changed)
Restorative Yoga, Reiki & Essential Oils with Chakra Balancing – Wednesday, June 7th at 10 – 1130am
$35 Exchange – Pre-Registration Required – Contact me to secure your spot
The Equinox Yoga Retreat is currently sold out – If you would like to be on a waiting list please let me know!