I am now certified to teach restorative yoga.
The yoga studio where I took the class is suffering big time because of the corona virus “shelter in place” situation. It used to have two studios and has now had to close one of the studios.
I found out that I passed because I sent an email. In my email I asked “I haven’t heard back, did I pass the course?” The answer was “I was not aware that anyone did not pass” SO, I passed! YAY!
I had planned to take another course to learn more about anatomy. Unfortunately that course was cancelled due to the restrictions in place, as I mentioned the corona virus “shelter in place” situation. It was going to take place at another yoga studio that is probably under a lot of strain, due to, you know..
So in the meantime I have been taking an online yoga anatomy course.
I continue to work full time. I am blessed to be considered “essential” at this time.
I know that there are a lot of people out of work now. In fact I know that there were many people out of work before all of this happened.
I really hope that when we find our way out of this mess, it is by turning to more sustainable agriculture. I think the way to go is to localize. No more factory farms, and no more mono crops. We need to start fresh with small farms, permaculture, regenerative agriculture.
Regenerative agriculture is a system of farming principles and practices that increases biodiversity, enriches soil, improves watersheds, and enhances ecosystem services.
You can support regenerative agriculture by connecting with small farmers, by shopping a farmers markets, and by joining a CSA. A CSA is community supported agriculture. Here’s a website that will link you up with a CSA near you: www.harvie.farm
I also found a great farmer at the website realmilk.com.