Vinyasa Yoga

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Unable to attend a group yoga class tonight due to a little case of the flu I picked up at work, I decided to explore YouTube videos and settled on a “Yoga for Healing and Meditation 30 Day” option which provided me with a Vinyasa experience. The description of Vinyasa per Wikipedia is “Sequential movement that interlinks postures to form a continuous flow. It creates a movement meditation that reveals all forms as being impermanent and for this reason are not held on to”. Since I am in the process of letting go and creating space within, this Yoga option appealed to me. I was challenged by some movements, and actually a little relieved no one was watching! The instructor focused the participant’s attention on deep breathing to relieve anxiety, and I did experience my mood transitioning from anxious to calm. My favorite part of the session was the closing meditation (so relaxing!). I still have the flu, but feel better about it……

Warriors! You are the sky. Everything else is the weather….like the flu….

What’s the weather like in your “neck of the woods”? How do you “weather” life’s storms?

All is well. Peace, brothers and sisters. Kat

Author: Kathy Papac and Kathryn Campos

Kathryn (Kat) Campos: Hello, I am a former 24 week gestation NICU baby. I lost my twin brother Cruz at birth and encountered open heart surgery with no anesthesia at 3 weeks old weighing 1pound 3 ounces. I served on the University of Washington Medical Center Advisory Board Neonatal ICU Council from 2013 to 2015. I am passionate about assisting and supporting our Global NICU Community. If your a Preterm Birth/NICU survivor this blog is dedicated to you, your family, and all members of the NICU Community. Together lets support other NICU Grads, NICU babies, NICU families, NICU staff, and NICU facilities. We have stories to share and NICU journeys to help empower! Kathy Papac: NICU mom of surviving (Kathryn) and a deceased (Cruz) 24 week gestation twins. Neonatal Womb journeyer, counselor/legal expert with an MA certificate in Spirituality, Health and Medicine from Bastyr University. Passionate Global Community participant. Our goal is to recognize, honor and empower the Neonatal Womb community and shine light upon the presence and potentiality of the preterm birth survivors as vital community participants.

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