Autumn is a time for release, surrender, and reflection. It is a time of honoring the "death" as part of the life/death/life cycle. It is also a perfect opportunity to both honor the ungrounded, transformational nature of the season, while doing what one can to find balance and stability in the midst of change. In this two hour satsang and asana class, we will call upon the ancient sister science of Ayurveda to guide us in both our mat and lifestyle practices.
Join us Sunday for a two hour satsang and asana practice as we explore the essence of autumn or "fall" season, what we can expect in our bodies and minds as the season changes, and what we can do to keep our roots grounded, while embracing the natural process and unfolding of change.
ABOUT THE CLASSES: Each Sunday, Britt teaches a two hour yoga class laced richly with asana, pranayama, mantra, & the ancient teachings. Classes are held at a studio in Old Town, located at 213 SW Ash St. #209, Portland, Oregon (between 2nd and 3rd on Ash). The door code is #0220. Registration is required, as we almost always reach capacity with a waiting list. The classes are mixed level and open to all levels, as long as one is comfortable caring for oneself and modifying as needed. Classes are designed to integrate the ancient teachings of yoga into the practice, and although asana is indeed part of the practice, there is much more happening here. Please no drop-ins. On time arrival is very important. Cancellations do occur, and often a number of individuals on the waiting list are able to attend. If class is full, the form below will clearly add you to the waiting list.
ABOUT "DONATION": My teacher has taught me this, “If today was my last day on this earth, may I leave this place having given more than I have received”. In this way, I am here on these Sundays to release attachment to placing a “price-point” on these teachings, and to offer freely, from my heart and from the grace and depth of what has been given to me for these two sacred hours I spend with you. That being said, there are real expenses. That said, I choose “donation-based" to ensure access for all students and to offer you the opportunity to serve and to choose. Your practice starts right here: Before you even enter the practice space. Determining how much you offer is a result of you (and only you) looking deeply within your heart and making a mindful decision to share and serve in a way that makes you feel “light". This means, what you offer may vary from week to week, and when you have more to offer, you can do so as seva (sacred service). In doing so, you not only support Britt and these offerings, but you also support this lovely community when someone may be experiencing a lessened flow of resources. My hope is to always offer these teachings as donation-based classes, and there are infrastructure and travel expenses, rent and insurance to be offered to others along the way. With your support, we will continue to grow as a vital, integrated community of students and truth seekers caring for one another in love and light, without placing a “price-tag” on these ancient and truly "priceless" teachings. We mutually respect and rely upon one another, in this way: a teacher needs students to express one's teachership, and students need a teacher to express one's studentship. May you trust my highest intentions in sharing these words. In gratitude and reverence, I look forward to our time together on the mat. ♥
Each day you wake up and you either move through life consciously -- paying attention to the details, or unconsciously -- going through the motions. It isn’t what happens in your life that makes the greatest impact -- it’s the perspective through which you see your life and what you do with what you see.