Ujjayi through the struggle

December 3, 2020

A “yoga magnet” poem composed in the Jeffersonville staff room pre-pandemic.

The words from this poem—created in the staff room at #502SoIn—manage to encompass a metaphor for life right now in only 22 words.

We are still going strong virtually, ujjayi-ing through it all. There’s a tentative re-opening date “allowed” per our governor, but we will continue to offer virtual classes only until we feel it’s safest for our staff and community to gather in groups. Therefore, we do not have a re-opening date as of yet; our hope is early January after the first essential groups of people are able to be vaccinated.

We believe there is too much risk right now with case counts as high as they are now, and we want to do our part to help keep folks off ventilators. There is a light at the end of the tunnel. There is HOPE. And in the meantime, we will continue to breathe, show up for each other in our tiny Hollywood square boxes, and commit to growth, even if it doesn’t look exactly like we want it to right now. 

Thank you for your patience, understanding, and support. We will get through this together!

-Cat Crawford, owner

(1) Comments

  1. This is hard. But of the many things yoga has taught me – we take it one breath at a time. Purposefully moving through life- allowing ourselves to fall and start again, loving each other because we share the same light. I look forward to a healthy day all together Again in the studio. Thank you!! Namaste. Lara

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