'Here, in the relationship before you, is the teaching of connection.'
yoga sutra 1.1
The only place to go is inside.
She said this with grace
and quickly forgot
as the outside world
met her skin
and her feelings they reared
and her thoughts they rippled.
And yet,
the breath of the sky
felt its way towards her
and she remembered
how to pause and soften
how to invite the inside out.
-gina greene
A Time to Begin...
an invitation to you or someone you know
to step onto a mat and stretch a little, together.
There are many thoughts that dissuade us from stepping into a room full of other people practicing yoga. If  you are new to the practice of yoga or new to me as a teacher and would like to taste a gentle, slow and friendly practice - I encourage you to commit to a few classes with me and see how it feels for your body, mind and heart. You will be with others who are new to the practice. We will talk a little about this ancient practice called yoga and we will move our bodies in and out of basic movements that are chosen for their accessibility. This is all you will need to feel comfortable joining Wild Honey classes on Tuesdays or Thursdays in the future.

Yoga is primarily a practice of attention. As a teacher, I am most interested in creating a space and offerings that allow you to direct your attention inward as you develop a kinder and more consistent relationship with your body, your breath, and your mind. The aim of this time spent in relationship with self is that we will see more clearly the truth of our deeper connection to all of life and to each other.

We explore yoga postures (asana) as a way to practice presence, steady attention, honesty and availability. The movement also increases our flexibility, strength and balance. You might feel lighter, calmer, more relaxed, happy, juicy, powerful, clear-minded, connected or all of the above. It is a fascinating practice that I hope that you will join me to explore. I would love to answer any questions or concerns you might have or add your name to my class list at 269-615-3003 or
Classes meet at The Center for Psychotherapy and Wellness at 900 Peeler Street on the lower level.  The cost is $40 for four weeks. If the commitment of four classes seems too long, come to one for $10 and decide if you'd like to come back again.
Wild Honey Yoga

A steady physical practice of essentials supports strength and flexibility
while creating a friendly container for curiosity and observation. 
It offers us calm-quiet. 
Our time is devoted to the art of attention, a skill that opens us
to deep and connected relationship with self, others
and the mysterious, creative unfolding of life.

 Tuesdays and Thursdays
9:30 - 11:00 am
$12 per class with monthly commitment
$15 per drop-in

Massage and Bodywork
with Gina Greene

1/2 hour - $35
1 hour - $70
1 1/2 hour - $100

nourishing, intuitive, calming touch
offering respite for body and mind
for over fifteen years.
Many of my clients and students have either heard stories about my boys, met them or helped me navigate the world with their interest in mind.  So many thanks to each of you for listening, for supporting and for sharing the wisdom of your own unique experiences in this life.  Here are my not so little boys after a night making glass pumpkins down at Kalamazoo Glass Arts (which we all highly recommend).  Raidan, at fourteen, wrote this poem for school and since it makes me smile I thought you might enjoy it too.
Gina Greene CMT/LMT/RYT500

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