As the coronavirus spreads and restrictions tighten, we discuss, plan and work for solutions to insure the health and well-being of both our community and staff. While we’ve taken multiple precautions in the studio, many factors remain more…
Like us, you are hearing about Corona COVID-19 multiple times a day. Every service we offer at Desert Song is focused on your health and well-being. We want you to know our focus hasn’t changed, only heightened and more…
One of the deepest desires within ourselves is to feel that we “belong and connect to” a person or group of individuals that honor and support who we truly are. To be recognized and uplifted by another, leads to our health and wholeness…..more
Here we are moving through the month of January at high speed and about to enter a new month, February. The year is taking stride to be a fast one once again. So, we took a deep breath, and took our time with your survey responses, (thank you for taking the time to answer them) and we want you to know we are listening….More
Celebration and Graduation!
“Teach what you practice, practice what you teach.” —Krshnamacharya
It is with much anticipation and celebration that we honor the men and women of our 2016 Yoga Teacher Training Course. This group will be graduating this week at our weekend retreat in Sedona hosted by the core YTT teachers of the training (Heidi Lichte, Debbie Kayatt and me)!
The retreat is always a special time for everyone. It lends to a deep culmination of these teachings which last a lifetime. Honestly we all grow so much during the training. We have such respect for all those before us that have inspired our way. As YTT faculty, we are honored to have witnessed the development, growth and evolution of these incredible teachers over this year. It is such a gift and a blessing to share these teachings.
Please join us in holding them in your hearts as they set off to offer their unique gifts and talents in teaching the practices of Yoga within their communities. We are so proud of them!
With humility and gratitude for this journey.
Mary Beth, Heidi and Debbie
“Let the beauty of what you love be what you do.” Rumi More