I was driving into town yesterday to meet one of my favorite people and this blog just came to me in little snippets, so here goes; my thoughts being placed into words that I hope serve to raise others up. I have been blessed to purchase a space for my studio, North Georgia Yoga Center. However, […]Read more "Confidence comes when…."
Hey if you have been following my blog, I have moved it to my own website. Please continue to follow me here: http://www.mindyyoga.com/bloodstone-a-healing-stone/ Just type in your email address to join the blog. Same writer, same owner, just a new home for my blog and a new look:) Thanks for the support! Peace, MindyRead more "New Blog location …"
Starting this month I will be teaching a class once a month for free at Dahlonega Spa Resort. The name of this free class is Seva Sunday. What does that mean you might ask? “Selfless service or Seva (Punjabi: ਸੇਵਾ) is a service which is performed without any expectation of result or award for the performing it. Such services can […]Read more "The meaning of Seva…"
I have always been one of those people that likes to “do” things. I am not just an observer. I tend to be an action person. Ironically, I spend most of my days in stillness with others or teaching Yoga classes and inviting each student to find stillness in each aspect of the postures. When […]Read more "A break from work…"
It’s strange how we spend so much of life trying to define who we are. Carve out our niche so to speak. I have always thought that where I am and what I am doing do NOT define who I am. So many of us go thru this crazy journey of life without realizing that […]Read more "Things change…and we grow."
Well, as I predicted, we have gotten the building as we want it (for the most part) and we may have an upcoming relocation. Let me give you the details. This week after arriving back from the retreat I got the info that Pueblos will be moving into the space that was previously known as […]Read more "Growth is good…and so is change."
Written by Leisa McDonald According to Ayurveda, all matter is a unique combination of the 5 Great Elements (Mahabhutas). The elements combine to form three major energies (doshas): Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Vata is the combination of the elements of air and space and their dry, light, cold, rough, subtle, mobile and clear qualities. It […]Read more "Ayurveda, an Introduction to the Doshas"