It takes a village

Jul 5, 2020 | News

The proverb ‘It takes a village’ meaning is many people’s help or involvement is needed to achieve some goal. So a big shout out and thank you to everyone that helped orchestrate and support Soul Centre’s move. (14hr days) It was a mammoth task but with determination & sheer effort we pulled it off enough to functionally open the studio. It is still a work in progress but slowly coming together.
Mathew Stuart Alex Cooper Ben Valks David Bogner Chris Wever Kim Philp Madi Wever Jannine Gearon
Leah Henry Felicity Henderson Kianey Kalinowski Danica Kloopers Simon Gilding Hayden Lansdown Joe Hall Charlie McClymond

I felt humbled and inspired by the goodness, creativity, energy, and compassion with which I was surrounded by in the week of the move.

The philosophy behind pranayama or ‘breathwork is that by controlling one’s breath, one can settle the fluctuations of the mind. For example, to simply focus on counting 10 steady breaths in a row, you must part with your other thoughts. In short, it’s the breath that drives an asana practice. On its own, the practice of pranayama is a tool that can help you calm down, recharge, or refocus wherever you are. And I must say that there was a lot of counting 10 steady breaths during the move.

~Libby x