Okay, I admit it. I’ve never really been good at making nurturing decisions. Opting for what best serves me versus what is going to provide me with an extremely anti-climactic short-lived moment of joy has never been my strong suit.
It had been a while since I had myself guided a class on the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel and having done so recently I was reminded of just how important it is to not let any one moment pass you by.
Many people swear by the ancient practices of yoga or meditation to keep their body and brain finely tuned. It’s a popular form of physical exercise, now taught in aged care facilities, schools, and health centres. However devoted yogis believe it’s the spiritual elements of yoga, which includes relaxation, breathing and meditation that not only improve physical health but also enhance wellbeing.
Roar Spirit Yoga is pleased be delivering intimate yoga classes within the temperature controlled, rotating cabins of the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel in Docklands.
Join Lydia from Roar Spirit Yoga this Sunday 25th June at 11am for a FREE one hour winter warmer vinyasa flow yoga class, on the spectacular Docklands New Quay Promenade as part of the Docklands Sunday Market celebrations.
I think about winter solstice - the shortest day of our year - as being our year's hump day. Finally from this day onwards, our days start to get longer and our nights shorter as we move closer towards the shining possibilities of the warmer months. But, sitting back and thinking about a day as getting longer, or a night shorter, serves to remind us that our time here is limited.