Change can be scary, but can also refreshing and motivating. It’s up to every single one of us to decide how we wish to perceive it.
It’s all about our ability to live with acceptance and grace, and to understand that there are some things we cannot control—and that this is okay.
We’re sure you’ve noticed the darker, shorter days and what seem to be very long nights, lately. While this change in weather and season often feel a little constricting or depressing, it’s important to remember that it’s nature’s way of sloughing off the old, so we can welcome the new in spring!
While Mother Nature is doing her best to transition into a new season, we can all look to her for her great example, and decide what changes we need or want to make in our own lives to create more happiness and health for ourselves and those around us.
We’re at the end of one year, and the cusp of another. This is a fantastic time of year to focus on what changes you would like to make in your own life, and make a plan on how to welcome those changes with love and grace in our hearts.
While personal change is obviously amidst and inevitable for all, we’re incorporating our own changes over here at Parallel Yoga:
We’re changing our yoga class schedule to accommodate requests and create more opportunity. Here are some changes we’re making:
- Mondays Stretch moved to 12:00
- All evening classes start at 4:45
- The new, full online schedule will be posted on our website on December 3rd
Garth Van Gaalen
Garth will be teaching at 6:30am and 12pm on Tuesdays and Fridays, as well as taking kinesiology appointments. Want to know more? Check out his bio online HERE.
Welcome, Jess! Jessica will be offering a preschool yoga class starting in January (we don’t have it up online yet). Cool, right?!
Changes in Retail
We also welcome you to check out The Entrance for Christmas gift ideas! We’ve loaded up on everyone’s faves, and there are TONS of gift ideas for everyone. If you’re looking for something useful and unique, we can help you out.
Happy holidays, yogis!