We've heard it said that yoga elicits change in body and mind, we may wonder how. Yoga can make us stronger and more flexible in our physical form, with a regular practice, it begins to do this with our subtle body and mind. Yoga opens our minds to the vast spaciousness that exists within each of us. When we are fully engrossed in our practice, whether it's the physical asana or the practice of pranayama or meditation, we become grounded in the present moment. Eckhart Tolle tells us that when we accept this very moment as it is, a sense of spaciousness that exists inside can be felt, bringing us to a place of peacefulness. Each moment is fleeting and sinking into this spaciousness is a practice. I often find myself arriving to this place and catch myself thinking, " Here it is, or Here I am..." which of course immediately draws me out and so I begin again, gently and compassionately. This week the practice invites you to explore this spaciousness in body, mind and breath. Join us live online or for a recorded session. See the class schedule and come and find your bliss.