Spring is almost here!

I can’t wait to start yoga outside this year. I have been teaching for 15 years and there has been a rejuvenation of my yoga practice as I took time for myself this year. The study of self compassion has been deeply healing and many of these concepts will be woven into the classes.  The science of wellbeing is a fascinating area of research and I have sent much of 2017-2018 in inquiry. I attend the Dalai Lama Conference, Victoria yoga conference and Teacher training for Teens and  I’m excited to share the latest science and research with my community.

New this year:

Checkout our new Schedule for more information.

Yamas: Aparigraha (Non-possessiveness)

Minimalism Documentary on Netflix

Aparigraha: Learning to Let Go,

This Yama asks us to let go of our attachments to who we think we are, in order to spread our wings and become who we truly are.By https://wanderlust.com/journal/aparigraha-learning-to-let-go/

Becoming Minimalist WRITTEN by · Blog.

108 Sun Saluation Challenge (Surya Namaskara A)

Labor day yoga challenge! Come join me at 5:30 Monday for 108 sun salutations (Surya Namaskara A) at Pipers lagoon. All fitness levels and abilities are welcome to try it out. You must be able to get up and off the floor with ease. (Resting on your mat is acceptable if you need to sit out a few rounds:) It takes about 1hour and 10 minutes – with an intermission of 10 mins at the half way point. – I challenge you to get your Zen on!!!

 

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The Zen Librarian

 

      My name is Dominique Sullivan and I am the Zen Librarian.

I work in an elementary school as a teacher librarian and see the power books and information can make in an individuals life.  I have been a yoga teacher since 2003 and feel that my yoga practice is the foundation of my well being. I would like to provide resources, class schedule and  inspire others to find their own path to happiness.

” Yoga is a journey of  it self

through the self, to the self.”

-The Bhagavad Gita

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