It is a busy, dynamic month in the skies above

If you’ve been feeling a little ragged, a little slacked, a little wrung out — look to the skies for reasons why. Tim Miller fills you in via his blog post this week:

Mercury ended its three-week retrograde on February 28th. On March 1st, Mars turned retrograde, followed the next day by Saturn. On March 6th, Jupiter turned direct. This represents a lot of changing of directions of planets within a short amount of time. How does this affect us? Well, I can only offer what I have observed over the past 10 days. As a yoga teacher, people come to me all the time with their physical complaints, but I must say, in the past week, I’ve been hearing more complaining about aches and pains and setbacks in other areas of life than usual.

The one thing I know: All those planets continue to conspire against our making it down to the Ashtanga Yoga Center, as we should be (at least once a month). We do have our eyes on this workshop on April 5, though. But we just need a plain, old visit.

On another front, the Ashtanga Yoga Confluence announced two new lectures during the May event: One by Richard Freeman, the other by Dr. Manoj Chalam. Info at the schedule page.

Posted by Steve

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