30 Day Challenge: Home Retreat 

Self-Love, care and nurturing is the most important love, we all know this. Sometimes we need to intensely focus through retreat from the everyday. Sometimes a day, a weekend, at other times a longer respite is needed. 

After observing an energy drop and a tendency for inflammation/illness in my system and a growing need to express artistically I decided to devise a home retreat for myself, and to take an extended period off. This has been difficult to do, my clients still want massages and yoga, I’ve just met an awesome new man, socialising, activist commitments etc all need to go on hold, especially during the first week.

For the month of July classes will pause and I am creating a space for myself to explore my creativity, clean-out and go deep into my personal yoga practice. 

Week One: reset, I will use yoga practices to revive my life force.

Week two: perspective, reassessing my focus in life and how I will be my empowered, unique self.

Week three: simplify, create, playful approaches to everyday activities.

Week four: integrate ideas into daily life and share knowledge with others.

Paint

Walk

Massages

Play records

Love

Half-fasting 

Journal

Asana

Meditate

Laugh

Garden

Skinny dip

Organise 

Bike

I’m looking forward to this time to nurture my art and envision a different format for offering yoga practices to my local community and online. 

In the meantime, keep your inner-flame burning, your heart and toes warm, try simmering grated ginger and sliced lemon together and add some honey for soothining sweetness. 

 I will see you the last week in July. ❤️ Liz 

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