February Newsletter

Hi Folks and welcome to our February Newsletter,

Hope you are all well out there in yoga- land and enjoying being back in yoga classes and keeping warm with your friends.
February is a cold and often wet time in a lot of the northern bits of Europe, and whilst better further south we all experience colder conditions and shorter days in the northern hemisphere.
It’s also the month that hosts the Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day.
February then is a time of contemplation of preparation for the movement that is soon to start in nature, the growing time the time of new shoots, spring.
New Year can serve as a symbol that provides an opportunity to ‘assess and sow’ and Valentine’s Day can also serve as a time to reflect on the meaning of love, whether in the romantic sense or more generally.
We hope that you can make it to some of our upcoming events there is a yoga half day on valentines morning with Jim which is guaranteed to be inspired and lots of other events that can be easily found by looking at our calendar feature on the website.
We also have our inspirations section which always proves to be thought proving with a wide palette this month on the themes of love and rebirth
We have a practice session on postures to help us to let go and open up to love
And finally a short piece for you to read called the loving heart


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The Buddha recited the poem:
‘Let not a person revive the past
Or on the future build his hopes,

For the past has been left behind
And the future has not been reached.

Instead, with insight, let him see
Each presently arisen state;
Let him know that and be sure of it,
Invincibly, unshakeably.

Today, the effort must be made;
Tomorrow, Death may come, who knows?
No bargain with Mortality
Can keep him and his hoards away.

— The Majjima Nikaya (The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha)