Samhain is the ancient Gaelic tradition of celebrating the harvest and honoring our ancestors for the knowledge. As we are in this time today, we should be grateful for our long growing season that we have here in the Appalachias. I'm preparing tonight for our first frost and picking the last of the tomatoes, plethora of peppers and the tender herbs for drying.
As you all may know, being back in the South I'm relishing in the connection to my roots. Finding that long lost appreciation for this area that I overlooked when I grew up here. I'm lucky to have found my way back and am thankful everyday.
The colors are changing here in the foothills the days are getting shorter.
Let's make the best of the "darkest part of the year" together as we honor the beauty and change happening all around us.
Happy Valley Community Yoga
Hickory Hall @ Patterson School Foundation, Lenoir, NC
Nov 7th & 21st
Dec 5th & 19th*
Suggested Donation $5-15
pay what you can, bartering and trade accepted;)
*19th will be a candlelit class held in Palmyra Hall*
(don't worry William, they aren't real candles)
in the Crossfit Lenoir building
(no membership required)
*notice change from Tuesdays to Wednesdays starting in November*
Autumn Yoga Series
at Liquid Roots, downtown Lenoir NC
$8 includes class and an adult beverage
Winter Series Dates will be announced soon.
Mixed Level Flow
Neighborhood Yoga, Boone NC