Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! May your holiday season be filled with light, joy and happy moments. Please check out my message of gratitude and plans for the upcoming year (there is a transcript of the message below).
Please tune in next week for the overview of our best articles from 2014 – may be you’ve missed something important!
I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for your continuous support: for reading my blog posts, for sharing them with your friends, and for voicing your opinions – I really appreciate it!
I also wanted to give you a little taste of what’s to come next year. As you know, the “why” of yoga always interests me the most, so we will spend quite a bit of time exploring the reasons behind different yoga practices – why do we choose those yoga poses and not the others, what are the intentions behind them, and how do we maximize them for different students.
I also decided to add a practical exploration to our discussions, so every Wednesday at 12pm EST, I will have a live yoga class on-line that you are welcome to join. So basically whatever topic we explore that week in the blog post, we will also investigate practically during the class. (Stay tuned for more details!)
This year I also decided to highlight some wonderful work that other yoga teachers are doing, whether it’s working with specific populations like kids, or seniors, or athletes; or working with specific areas, like hormones, or yoga for cancer, or yoga for addiction; or just highlight the teachers that found their own interesting niche, like writing yoga mysteries, for example. I though it might be very interesting and give you inspiration and some ideas on how you can expand your own offerings, or may be find your own niche.
So lots more to come in 2015! Of course, as always, there will be a lot of interesting discussions, and stories, and visuals. Please continue to participate in the conversation, your opinion is really important to me. It looks like it will be a very exciting year – I am looking forward to it!
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! I will see you next year.