So much going on in the sky. From time immemorial, humans have looked to the sky for information, for inspiration, and to spark visions of the future.
The first full moon of the year is called a wolf moon, because has been the time of year wolves are heard howling outside villages. The blood comes from the eclipse, a total eclipse visible in the continental US, which imparts a red hue to the moon.
Full moons are times to revel in the light, to nurture and relax. In my life, a red tint to the moon portents change. Big change, possibly a surge in abundance. Lunar eclipse portent a purge, a major letting go of what is no longer in our highest good.
This class will include yoga asana, with a hip focus, pranayama (breath work), visualization, meditation, and some writing — so bring your notebook.
Suitable for all levels.