In times of challenge, we have the choice to shut down or to open our hearts and meet the challenge with compassion. These days when we are keeping our physical distance remind us now, more than ever, how interconnected and interdependent we are. Just as it has become clear that human contact can spread the coronavirus, it is also clear how much we can help each other. The simple act of washing our hands is an act of love for our neighbors and ourselves. By choosing to minimize physical contact, we are taking care of each other, and showing our love for those who are at the highest risk in our communities. We need each other to flatten the curve, to support each other emotionally, to find new ways of connecting in the virtual spheres, and to make sure that we don’t leave anyone behind in meeting our basic needs. It will take a village to move through this together.
Please join Rachel de Simone, DPT and Evolution Physical Therapy & Yoga for a special online Mindful Flow and Restore yoga practice to benefit those who are experiencing food insecurity in our brave little state. All profits will be donated to Hunger Free Vermont, so they can continue to ensure that all members of our community have access to safe, nutritious meals. This practice will include meditation, mantra, breathing practices (pranayama), movement, and restorative practice. May all be healthy. May all be safe. May all be happy. May all be fed.
Friday, April 10, 7:00 – 8:30 pm, Class offered by donation. Please donate what you can.