All Hallow's Eve, or Halloween, and Samhain, a Gaelic harvest festival, have been celebrated for hundreds of years by our ancestors. This time of year marks the halfway point between the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice, and is thus a time of turning inward for the Fall and Winter months. These specific days have been associated with magic within different traditions, as it's said that the veil between the worlds is thinner, and it's easier to feel connections to ancestors, saints, and fairies, if you believe in that sort of thing. This weekend will be a celebration of the inner harvest and finding solace through trusting the inner journey, as well as honoring the inherent grace that is embedded in the fabric of reality. This weekend of yogic play will interweave astrology and the myths of our ancestors into the practice, welcoming a soulful, deep, and fulfilling experience for mind, body, and spirit.
fri 6-8:30p ~ preparing the vessel
~a fluid practice with standing postures, hip openers, twists, and forward folds~
sat 12-3p ~ dancing on the precipice
~a powerful blend of standing postures, hand balances, and backbends~
sun 10-1p ~ honoring what is
~a sweet balance of standing, inverting, stabilizing, and opening~