Keeping calm in the silly season
Christmas can be a crazy time of year.
Yes, there’s presents, and cake, and gatherings with loved ones, but there’s also family dramas, overindulging, spending way too much money, reminders of people who have gone, and all sorts of other emotional turbulence that emerges around the holiday period.
Would like to stay calm, centered and blissful this year?
This year I’m teaching a 6 week course over the Christmas/New Year period, to help you do just that.
We’ll kick off on December 8th to set the ground work, and by Christmas Day you’ll have learnt practices to breathe well, to balance and to calm your mind.
Between Christmas and New Year there will be practices to deeply relax.
On New Year’s Eve, we’ll kick off with energising practices.
And in early 2015, you’ll be doing practices for grounding, kindness & compassion, and to cultivate your inner sense of BLISS.
What a beautiful way to start the new year!
I know it’s a busy time of year. That’s why I’ve kept these lessons short and sweet. It only takes 5 – 10 mins each day to access your bliss.
I’ll talk you through each practice in my online shala, and over the 6 weeks your bliss-toolbox will be full of surprisingly simple and powerful practices you can pull out whenever you need to, to find balance, ease and happiness amidst the craziness.
I hope you can join me and my team of internationally acclaimed yoga teachers for A Daily Dose of Bliss.
I’ll be teaching most of the practices with my teaching assistant Rosie (in the photograph above), and the guest teachers will be popping in to the online shala now and again to share with you some beautiful music and meditations.
Join me and the Daily Dose of Bliss community and bring back the joy and happiness into Christmas this year.
The early bird price finishes tonight!
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