A few of my favorite things

As fire keepers, we tend our inner flame through movement and practices that bring self-nurturance and grounding. This winter season, let’s illuminate our inner being so we may shine more brightly for all.

As I wrote recently in a blog on cultivating wellbeing, knowing your love language is an awesome way to explore self-nurturance. Gifts are a love language for me, and here are a few of my favorite things this season.

Cardamom Tulsi Chai This warming tea is a hug in a tea cup from apothecary goddess Leviyah Kern of Earthside Medicine in Three Forks.

Tuck a copy of The Energy to Heal by Lauren Walker under your holiday tree for a lucky loved one who is curious about bringing self-healing practices into daily rhythms – Lauren hails from Whitefish and is a treasure.

Celtic Sea Salt Caramels by Bozeman-based Bequet are a kiss in green wrapping. Montana Book Company kindly keeps them on hand!

Stay tuned! In the coming year, I’ll be offering a Goddesses of Yoga workshop based on Sally Kempton’s beautiful, wise book Awakening Shakti. For over 10 years, I’ve been practicing with the transformational power of Shakti and the sacred feminine, and I’m excited to explore this practice more deeply with you.

With love in all ways, – Deb

 

Deb Halliday

About me

Deb Halliday is a mama, yogini, designer and facilitator. She currently teachers yoga at Hot Yoga Helena. A 300-hour certified Prana Vinyasa® + Soulful Wellness teacher with the Samudra School of Yoga, she channels our natural energetic flow to share a practice that truly is movement alchemy. As a yoga practitioner for more than 20 years, Deb explores spanda, the elements and our energetic body in motion. When she’s not dancing with the divine, she’s channeling it through her firm, Halliday & Associates, working with communities to harness the creative spirit and commitment of nonprofit organizations, philanthropy, and the public/private sector to tackle complex, systemic challenges.

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