Life is liminal, mysterious, full of surprises. Are we open to receive what life has to offer?
Recently accepting an offer to manage vacation rental properties again has that question of being open to receive ringing loud and clear.
With gratitude, let us know if we can help you find a vacation rental in this beautiful area of Port Ludlow, Hood Canal, Puget Sound and the Olympic Peninsula.
movement should happen with ease, moving should always be easy no matter if you are physically moving your home, your business, your body. That being the case, it isn’t always.
We recently moved locations and now find ourselves living in the comfortable surroundings of the Port Ludlow Resort Community: https://portludlowresort.com/
Moving the Siloam Retreat business once again, continuing our downsize, reducing our footprint and attempting to find a more balanced life.
Moving isn’t always easy. Finding the right space, the right position, posture. Still promoting relaxation through Yoga and Wine, working with Willamette Valley Vineyards: https://www.wvv.com/
And Eaglemount: https://eaglemountwinery.com/
Nice, being with a local winery which has space for lodging, yoga and retreats.
Thank you for keeping in touch, for staying connected, for finding Siloam wherever we are, wherever you are, whenever you can, want, or need.
Cheers and Blessings
Jeff & Julie Forville
Yesterday we gathered for a solstice yoga practice -repeating poses 9 times or 9 poses in a sequence.
The mala practice to repeat- we talked about John Lennon’s fascination with the number 9- a little bit about numerology.
We closed our practice in kindness for ourselves and others, casting light into darkness and on this Thursday, 6/21/2018 on the south shore of Hood Canal at Twanoh Falls Beach Club it was overcast. We did not see the light of the sun the entire day (it is good to have the light within).
After practice, we enjoyed a time of fellowship (that’s the idea, Yoga and Wine) good friends, good times.
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Having just completed a week long yoga and wine retreat at Zen Villa in Halewia, HI on the North Shore of Oahu-we are in a state of Zen.
Yesterday’s meditation provided affirmations of acceptance, tolerance and tools for maintaining our state of zen as we return to our regular daily lives and routine.
Travel typically causes stress and some anxiety we tapped into our state of zen, into our breath and even into that internal sound quality that becomes silence. We talked about returning to ‘da island- enjoying more conversations, more yoga practices, more or less wine as we finished the wine retreat with Bubbly some may have over indulged in the celebration having to find their way through the wine fog of that experience.
Yoga and Wine often gets a lot of stares, a lot of confusion–this retreat simply allowed for yoga practice in the morning and lovely wine tastings and education in the evenings. We sipped and learned together, finding wines we liked, wines we would not choose to buy and wines we want to learn more about and keep sipping.
Anytime you want more information about yoga and wine please reach out to us. We would love to hear from you, help to plan your retreat, and travel with you to your chosen destination.