spider web

I thought I needed to disconnect. To let go.

Gosh – that sounds pretty earnest, doesn’t it.

I realize that so many of us hold on to the need to disconnect so much…

What I found was a real  opportunity to step back… and then take some delicious time for myself to help me serve others. The weather was also wonderful, with crisp mornings and a warm sun and brilliant blue skies during the day. What a treat 🙂

Going to Kripalu gave me an expanding and supportive opportunity to be with my true self, and learn from some very skilled teachers and amazing fellow students. I melded into a  community focused on  the art and science of  yoga …  and living, loving and being in the world. My heart is full of gratitude and appreciation!

light spider web

And  now I come back refreshed, nourished, and inspired.  Expanded and stretched in mind body and soul. Think of a spider web that meets the light of the early sun, glistening and connecting to the world around it. Pretty cool!

And then add a large practical tool box of expertise to serve and support our aging population, people recovering from surgery, illness, and chronic back pain sufferers. As well as pre natal moms-to-be and people with bodies of all sizes. And of course, peeps needing to relax and pause from their busy, multi tasked demanding lives.

Wow – I learned a lot  and it affirmed so much 🙂

All of this will take a few days to integrate and absorb.

Thank you for holding this space for me. It is precious… as are you ❤

Val

 

 

 

23 comments on “* Back from Kripalu Yoga Training

  1. Healing Grief

    Welcome back Val. What a wonderful experience to energize you and feed your soul. Sounds great.
    Karen

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  2. Sounds like a truly wonderful time!!

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  3. As Karen said, welcome back Val! “I come back refreshed, nourished, and inspired”, you also say that you “learned a lot”: I’m looking forward to reading your next posts.
    PS; in my garden there are many spider and spide webs… your pictures are beautiful! ♥

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  4. Welcome back Val – you sound so energized!
    Diana xo

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  5. Glad it went so well. Welcome home!

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  6. Yes…energized with new learning! I am so happy for you 🙂 Namaste ❤

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  7. Sounds like time well spent!

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  8. I’m so glad that you’ve come back – and rejuvenated and smarter to boot! 🙂

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  9. Welcome back, Val! ❤

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  10. I’ve been to Kripalu a few times. I love it there. The grounds are wonderful, the yoga classes superb and the meditations so inspiring. So, I can well imagine that you came back refreshed, inspired and nourished. What a gift for yourself and for all of us in your blogging community! 🙂

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  11. Sounds like a wonderful and compassionate journey you’ve started on.

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    • Thank you Fiona for stopping by with your kind comment. it’s been a journey some time in the making and it seems to be all coming together now. 🙂
      Val x

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  12. I’d love to do something like this. One day! Love both yoga and tai chi. 🙂

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