I woke up this morning to a fresh fallen snow. Fluffy blankets cover our back field and I can’t even see the mountains or the horizon. It’s like the whole world has been magically erased and full of possibilities.
Like Mother Nature has just offered me an empty canvas, to start all over and paint what I want.
With the start of 2018, we all have the same. (Only how fortunate for you, your fresh start might not also include sub-zero temperatures!)
I don’t know about you, but for me – last year was a rough one. So I’m enjoying this blank slate we’ve just been given. And I’m ready to make the most of this fresh start of a new year.
Though today, instead of write my message – I decided to speak it. A bit of a bold move for me. But anyway, I hope you’ll take a moment to listen and know – I’m so very grateful for each and every one of you out there, reading and listening. You give ME hope.
Finally, I want to thank you for being a part of our growing yoga community through Ashtanga Dispatch – this past year and in all the years you’ve been with us. Ashtanga Dispatch wouldn’t be if not for you.
And so on behalf of Meghan, Indie and Moose – from our family to yours – we all wish you all a joyful and hopeful 2018.
2017 Top 5 Dispatches
Our feet influence and inform way more of our practice (and life!) than we ever give credit. Reasons why YOU should be paying closer attention to your feet!
Social media is an great tool for yoga teachers to use in building communities and teaching – yes teaching! Read five ways to grow your online connections.
Don’t show up to have your best practice, show up to practice being your best, period. Oh and puppies help.
A list of Ashtanga yoga practice resources – including anatomy & philosophy. With books, videos and other practical tools helpful for the home practitioner.
Sharath Jois, director of the KPJAY Institute and current holder of our lineage, discusses the meaning of yoga in Mysore, India.