Join Megan Sloan for a special Thanksgiving Day Practice at Aditi. This heart opening slow flow practice will open us up the energy of the day, welcoming in peace and connecting us with gratitude and thanksgiving. The asana practice will be followed by a long delicious savasana accompanied by a sound bath with crystal singing bowls.
Join us in celebrating Thanksgiving in our community by giving back! At Aditi we are hosting a Benefit Drive for Mary’s Place, a Seattle women’s shelter. Whether you plan to attend the Thanksgiving Day Gratitude Practice or not, you can participate and help these women and families on their journey out of homelessness.
During the week of Thanksgiving, we will be collecting new and gently used items for the moms and babies of Mary’s Place. Drop items off at Aditi at any time from Monday November 23rd through Sunday November 29th.
Mary’s Place provides a welcoming environment where homeless women, children and families can find day and night shelter, nourishment, resources, healing and hope in a safe community. Mary’s Place is a safe and accepting place for these families – a place where women can build relationships, kids can be kids, and all can experience hope and love and find strength to develop their full potential to journey out of homelessness.
To learn more about Mary’s Place visit their website
Not sure what to bring? You can always bring a check made out to “Mary’s Place” to donate to the amazing work they offer to our community.
Class is all levels. Drop-in for $17 or use your class pass.
We are excited to bring our yoga & bodywork studio to the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle.
…from “a” (not) + “diti” (bound) — from the verb root “da” (to bind)) in Sanskrit, an ancient Indian language.
Aditi is the Hindu Goddess of motherhood, creativity and space. Also called “Renuka”, she was known for ignoring and flaunting society’s rules, hierarchies and conventions. She was an outcaste woman who was beheaded, and rather than dying, Renuka grew a lotus flower in place of her head and became a Goddess.
Our potential for growth is limitless, especially when we nuture and listen to our bodies. We can then better connect with our true Self, and from that place of truth we can better connect with others.