Yoga at OHM Schedule w/ Victor 1/9/2023-1/15: The Magic of Newness: New Year, Fresh Outlook, Everlasting Yoga
“There is magic in the old and magic in the new; the trick is to successfully combine the two.”
(This week's newsletter was composed by our wonderful on-demand teacher and full time writer Elinor Cohen. Check out her Instagram HERE and her amazingly empowering advanced & intermediate sessions on our on-demand archives.)
The start of each new year brings with it a sense of anticipation. Excitement for what’s to come blends with releasing what was. Toss in fear of the unknown and the period of time surrounding the new year can be daunting. 2023 is upon us; it has arrived with all of its new energy glory. As we embrace the gifts that are bound to come, equally important is to remember what 2022 taught us. The lessons we learned throughout that time walk with us as we forge ahead.
New year, new you? You’ve probably heard the saying hundreds of times, but does it have to be so?The niyama Svadhyaya teaches us the importance of self-study and inner exploration. When we practice Svadhyaya, we take an inventory of the work we have done on ourselves thus far and use it as information for growth. Rather than abandon the old, we build off it to create abundance.
Consider this time as an invitation to step into a life of fullness. How can you use the foundational elements to build something beautiful for yourself? Perhaps that means opening yourself up to experimenting with different experiences. Try out a new yoga class, take a different teacher, explore a new pose, use a new playlist during your solo practice, or even place your mat in a new spot in the studio.
Embracing newness doesn’t mean abandoning the old. Instead, it’s about adding to what works and trusting yourself enough to know that you will land on your own two feet. No matter what happens, the mat will always be there to catch you. The year may be new, the outlook may be fresh, but the yoga will always be everlasting.
ELINOR & LEANNE & DEMETRA... OH MY!
We have continued to add many new sessions the last few weeks to our on-demand selections. Elinor Cohen's [IG: @elinorraerigby] 60-minute advanced/intermediate flow with a peak pose to level up your asana-game is available to stream along with NEW 30-minute express power yoga classes. Leanne McDermott [IG: @leannerays] has blessed us with TWO all level yoga classes under 30-minutes for those "on the go" -- available now! Demetra Kentrotas [IG: d_meetch] has loads of 30-minute, 45-minute and 60-minute sessions; and fun short hybrid yoga/pilates fusion sessions. Load 'em up and flow with these amazing talents.
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