Cheryl Obremski

A New Year’s Yin Yoga practice in the North Georgia Mountains

A New Year’s Yin Yoga practice in the North Georgia Mountains

How many people make New Year’s resolutions that last a couple days or a week? I have been in that group. I start out with high expectations and then they come crashing down around me in a few days or a few weeks later once I give in to old habits or give up on change.  My resolutions are things that would contribute to my health, well-being, and happiness yet my resolve falters easily early on. W ...[Read More]

Winter Solstice in the North Georgia Mountains

Winter Solstice in the North Georgia Mountains

The winter solstice is almost upon us. The winter solstice is the celebration of the shortest day and the longest night of the year.  Due to less light and warmth and more darkness and cold, winter becomes a time of less activity and more self-reflection – a hibernation or a retreat inward.  Winter is associated with yin energy – dark, receptive, feminine.  This opposes the yang energy of the spri ...[Read More]