This time of year we've all got gratitude on the brain, and if you are attending my Give Thanks- Yoga and Gratitude workshop tonight you get to hear me wax poetic all the ways gratitude has changed my life and little ways you can incorporate this practice into your own. Of course the idea of giving thanks is a warm and fuzzy concept and many of us consider it a fun practice to go around the dinner table on Thanksgiving and share what we are thankful for. But did you know that cultivating an attitude of gratitude can actually change our bodies, minds, and lives? One of my favorite things is seeing how scientific studies and research can back up what yogis have known for centuries, When you focus on the good - the good gets better.
With the winter holidays upon, the options for creative movement and play are endless. So I decided to combine one of my favorite holiday movies with some yoga play. (Plus I love any excuse to drink hot coco.)