At noon on the Winter Solstice, the sun reaches its highest position in the sky. It is the shortest day and longest night of the year. The Solstice is a good time for reflection, the heavy darkness an invitation to be still and look inward before the slow build toward longer days and the promise of spring.
You are invited to ignite the change in seasons with a 108 Sun Salutations practice led by Shivaun Berg. This practice is suitable for all levels and, though challenging, can be calming and restorative. It's not about perfect form or maximum effort, but about moving efficiently and smoothly with the breath. Child's pose (balasana) is always an option.
All donations to Villa Rosa Inc. $10 minimum donation ($5 students). Free to members but any donation you can share is gratefully accepted.
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