Meditation for those who are Suffering

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I am happy to say farewell to August. Based on many conversations I have had with friends and students in my yoga classes, the feeling extends beyond the chaos I felt in my own schedule. We saw a lot of unrest last month, brought by man and nature. At times, calm seemed too distant to reach.

We saw a lot of unrest last month, brought by man and nature. At times, calm seemed too distant to reach. Recovery and healing can’t seem to begin fast enough. When discomfort, resistance, and helplessness overwhelm me, I turn to this personal meditation. Over the past couple of weeks, I have directed it towards those recovering from Hurricane Harvey, however, it is powerful when you are seeking to help anyone who is suffering.

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Annie Damsky
Annie Damsky is the owner of Villager Yoga, a studio that offers yoga for the whole family, located on Overton Road in Mountain Brook/Cahaba Heights area. She is certified to teach prenatal yoga, kids yoga and grown-up yoga and has been sharing the practice of yoga with the community since 2009. Annie had her first child, a baby girl, last year in February.