A year to remember – and changes to come

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Sankalpa - The art of setting intentions from the heart

December 2019

2019 is drawing to an end. A new year – and a new decade – is about to begin. As the days get shorter and shorter, we have a unique opportunity to capture the true value of something most precious to us which, however hard we try, we cannot hold on to. Time.

My theme for this year has been to stay true to myself, to set boundaries and to only do what feels good inside. I’ve invited you to do the same – and with 2020 knocking on the door, I will take this opportunity to do it one more time; don’t be afraid to change your path, if the one you’re on is no longer serving you. Look inwards and reflect on what you’re willing to – or need to – let go off to live and to be your true self.

A year to remember – and changes to come
As I reflect on this past year, I’m filled with gratitude. I want to say a big thank you for welcoming me back with so much love. The interest in my classes and events has been truly overwhelming, and it warms my heart to see so many new and returning students. THANK YOU!

As a result of the interest in my classes, I’ve decided to move the Monday class to a bigger space. So if you haven’t bought your class pass for next season yet, take a look a bit further down. I also have more workshops on essential oils coming up, as well as a New Year’s yoga workshop. I hope to see many of you there.

Be good to yourself
The hustle and bustle of the upcoming holiday season can leave most of us feeling a bit depleted. So don’t forget to take good care of yourself. Even if it’s just a few minutes a day, take some time out just for you. Go for a walk, practice yoga, meditate, use oils. Which brings me back to the concept of time. I’ll leave you with this beautiful description I’ve come across:

We know that time cannot be stored, nor can it be stopped, it can’t be gifted to others, it can’t be bought nor can it be sold, thus we are invited to make good use of what we have without taking greedily from the world, leaving it poorer, but using sensibly what it has to offer, contributing to making it better, more righteous, more noble, more harmonious. In doing so we shall cherish that silence which will enable us to better understand these words and who we are, where we come from, where we are going and that the life we are living is unique, unreproducible.

With love and light,

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