The summer season represents the part of the year where everything ripens. The heat of fire can purify and transform or burn away old habits, ´cooking` our new intentions until the transformation reaches maturity. The expansive energy of fire encourages us to embrace living life to its fullest. Fire energizes, but it also consumes, so it´s crucial to find balance in this energy. In the practice of yin yoga the season of summer and the element of fire deeply connected to the heart and our capacity for compassion, joy and connection. Join me for a heartfelt retreat, riding on the golden flames of your power center, remembering that you can be the source of your own energy.
“If Light Is In Your Heart
You Will Find Your Way Home.” – Rumi