Friday is Inauguration Day . ::breathe in, breathe out::
We can still practice yoga. ::breathe in, breathe out::
We may NEED to practice yoga. ::breathe in, breathe out::
There’s a special yoga event happening in NYC for those who need yoga this Friday. ::breathe in, breathe out::
It’s called Swear In, Breathe Out* and it’s being held at the Rubin Museum of Art. (We’re not sure there will be any official swearing, but we’re sure it won’t be frowned up if you let it slip.)
The Rubin is a fantastic museum focusing on the culture and art of Himalayan Asia—they often hold yoga and meditation events. This one is a bit different because, well, it’s one of those days some of us will need an extra supportive refuge, and the Goat Yoga waitlist is just way too long.
The evening will be led by ISHTA co-founder Sarah Platt-Finger and will incorporate meditation “to plant an intention for the highest good” followed by a “gentle, grounding flow” to the tune of live music from electronic duo Aya & Tyler.
The official description invites us to join together “as we move together to remember that we are all connected, and even in times of change and uncertainty, we are never alone.”
Yes, these changing times call for uniting measures.
The event is this Friday, January 20th, 2016, 7-8:30pm. Bring your mat. More details and registration here.
*We may be breathing in and swearing out.
Will you be practicing on Inauguration Day? Is there a special event in your area? Share in the comments.