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YOGAVERMONT - You are my music

In-between the sun and moonPádraig Ó TuamaIn-between the sun and moon,I sit and watchand make some ro
YOGAVERMONT - You are my music
By Sarah  • Issue #67 • View online
In-between the sun and moon
In-between the sun and moon,
I sit and watch
and make some room
for letting light and twilight mingle,
shaping hope
and making single glances last eternity,
a little more,
extending love beyond the doors of welcoming,
while wedding all the parted people,
even sons to violent mothers,
and searching all the others finding light
where twilight lingers,
in-between the sun and moon.

“The Irish language doesn’t have a verb for love, and so, instead, we’ve had to find ways around that constraint. And so one of the ways of saying that you love a person, particularly romantic, deep, erotic love, is to say to them, “Mo cheol thú” — “You are my music.” - Padraig O Tuama

Teacher Training Thursday -Sunday 9-11am
Everything is teacher training. Our classes are combined with the philosophy talks and pranayama and other topics of interest. You can go as fast or slow as you’d like. Repetition is key to learning and to practice. Sessions are recorded and posted on patreon.
9:00 - 10:30 am INTERMEDIATE Kathy
10:30 - 11:00 am LONG FORM PRANAYAMA Kathy
9:00 - 10:30 am VINYASA Kathy
10:30 - 11:00 am PRANAYAMA/MANTRA Kathy
9:00 - 10:30 am PRIMARY Kathy
10:30 - 11:00 am PHILOSOPHY Kathy
9:00 - 10:30 am VINYASA Kathy
10:30 - 11:00 am LONG FORM PRANAYAMA Kathy

We have been looking at the Yoga Markunda and investigating how Krishnamacharya embodied postures. I am captivated by this version of Navasana. See our last newsletter for more videos and links.
Costume Yoga for PPNNE  Friday Oct 30
Donate to Planned Parenthood.
Beginning Ashtanga Thurs & Sun 5pm
or being again. or begin again again.
Thursday (Kathy) and Sunday (Sarah) 5-5:45pm. Bring the fun and the friends.
Reads & Views
“The First And Only” Perfectly Preserved Ice Age Cave Bear Discovered
‎Radiolab: Octomom on Apple Podcasts
Hold Me, Squeeze Me, Bite My Head - The New York Times
Parrots were removed from a UK safari park after teaching each other to swear and then laughing about it
Love you & Everyone you love
Yoga Vermont | Patreon
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