A Sense of Stillness and Calm
Yoga21 is an intimate, home-based Yoga studio that also has gorgeous tie-dye clothing and homewares.
In its heyday in the 1960s, tie-dye was seen as a symbol of the counterculture, a way to escape from the strict social norms and express freedom and individuality. And now, it’s as if this style has become the pandemic’s uniform. Even though tie-dye has made its mark on the runways with Christian Dior’s spring 2020 collection leading the charge “Quarantine Fashion” put the trend into overdrive, propelling it into the mainstream. (Oprah Daily)
Amanda has been working as a Physio for 27 years and started her Yoga training in 2019. Classes available include Hatha, Yoga Nidra, and Chair Yoga.
Look at the world through the eyes of an artist:
There’s an incredible high that comes with being in the flow of artistic expression. Whether you’re an amateur photographer, professional filmmaker, summer knitter, or weekend woodworker, art-making can give you the feeling of being completely present, awake, and alive.
And while yoga is often thought of as a tool to help us find ease in the body, quiet the mind, and get in touch with our true nature, it can also be a way of helping us tap—and mine—our creative selves. Meditation and yoga grant us access to the deep places of our psyche and consciousness that inspire creative ideas to emerge, while simultaneously offering us tools to work with some of our biggest obstacles as artists.
No matter what kind of art you call your own, your yoga practice can more fully connect you with your creative mind, body, and soul. (https://yogainternational.com/)
Take some time for self. Join one of our yoga classes or just find a quiet space in your back yard or the Gantry park to just be still. It will do you wonders in this busy world, and allow you to get your thoughts together in lockdown.