“…To know the dark, go dark…and find that the dark, too, blooms and sings.” -Wendell Berry

In the darkness, we have the opportunity to rest, restore, and rejuvenate. As the dark, fertile soil nourishes the roots of a plant to support its growth, we can find nourishment when we rest into our depths. As we come to this darkest time of the year in the Northern Hemisphere, the time when nature quiets and slows down, we can drop into this rhythm within ourselves in a great embrace of the dark.

Beginning with some time in contemplation and meditation, we’ll then move through a slow, steady practice, resting our awareness within, opening our hips, with a focus on seated poses and forward folds.

All levels.

Have a blanket, a strap, and a block or two – or anything that substitutes as a prop. And a journal and a pen, optional.

*If you can’t make it live, the practice will be recorded and sent out to you.

Sunday, December 20, 2020

4 – 5:30pm MST

$10


Click here to register

A link will be sent out for you to join the practice on December 19th.

Feel free to reach out with any questions: julie@juliemackiewicz.com

**Please do not let financial difficulties or challenges deter you from participating in this practice, reach out with any concerns or questions.

Rest Into the Dark: A Winter Solstice Practice