December 8, 2018 @ 8:00 am – December 9, 2018 @ 7:00 pm Asia/Kathmandu Timezone
Neydo Tibetan Monastery
Nrs 16000

Winter is the most yin of all the seasons. It’s energy is dark, slow and inward compared to the yang of the warmer months, whose energy represents light, quick, heated, expansive qualities. We observe this in nature, as the earth is still and quiet – plants and trees lie dormant, animals hibernate to replenish their energy and rest. We, too, may feel physically stagnant, and gravitate toward retreating. While our tendency may be to hide under a blanket until spring arrives, our yoga practice can replenish and revitalize the body, and help to find harmony with this cold, dry season. Winter season invites us to look inward and reflect on the old year, understanding what is no longer serving us and creating space for the new.
Follow Lisa for some Winter nourishment, bring a blanket, warm socks and something to write.