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Yamas: Aparigraha, Zoom Recording | OD

January Yamas Deep Dive: Aparigraha – non-attachment, letting go.

Service Description This is the 5th video in a special deep-dive into the Yamas - yoga's ethical codes, and the first limb of yoga's 8-limbed path. Aparigraha is the Sanskrit word for non-grasping, and is often translated as "letting go". Prior to starting this practice, you might consider asking yourself the following: what am I grasping to, or trying to control? This is an adaptation of a journal prompt from Kelley Nicole Palmer's book "Manifest", and it's a great starting point to this class, which focuses on loosening our grip. You're invited to move through an asana practice that calls in longer holds, and explores what it's like to hold ourselves in a place of discomfort, as well as what it's like to surrender, and release. Remember, the goal is awareness - you, and only you, decide when it's time to let go. If you'd like to learn more about Kelley Nicole Palmer, I encourage you to check out her website: She has Patreon memberships that begin at just $3/month. Support her work!

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