Tomorrow marks a month in Florida. 30 days is long enough to wear the shock off such humid heat. 30 days can make a house a home. In 30 days I've gotten lost more than a few times. In 30 days I've gotten better at finding myself, because it's a full time job.
I taught 3 classes the day I flew out of Seattle because I knew those would be the last for awhile. I saved so I could ease into my new community and understand it before guiding anyone anywhere. As much as I thought I'd love having a sabbatical and the anonymity of being a student, 30 days is more than enough time to miss teaching in our Seattle yoga community. I miss you tremendously.
I need your help.
Selling myself as a teacher where I'm unknown is a humbling process. I'm creating a website which will do a better job of introducing myself to this new community and I'd be honored if you'd take a few moments to describe a class with me. If you've had an experience during a retreat, practice, or private you'd like to share I'd be eternally grateful.
Having a target helps keep me steady. Just like holding my gaze on a drishti point during a one legged pose, I'm focusing in on November 4-16, 2017 when I'll be back in Seattle. I've got subbing, workshops and privates in the works. Stay tuned and reach out if you'd like to get a session on the books.
I look forward to hearing from you.