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January 5, 2017

The Invitation

 

“If you are a dreamer, come in

If you are a dreamer, a wisher, a liar,

A hope-er, a pray-er, a magic bean buyer...

If you're a pretender, come sit by the fire

For we have some flax-golden tales to spin.

Come in!

Come in!”

 

-Shel Silverstein

 

The love in motion invitation:  

 

Come in.  

 

Unroll your mat.  

 

Welcome home to love in motion.  

 

Welcome to our cozy, rustic space nestled between the Niagara River to our west and Buffalo’s diverse, eclectic west side to our east.  

 

Welcome to our candle lit, incense-infused abode where structure meets fluidity.  

 

Welcome to a place where realness, vulnerability and imperfection are not only accepted, but encouraged.  

 

Welcome to a safe urban refuge where the rough edges of the city grind can soften, without dulling.  

 

Welcome to a community of movers, seekers, questioners, prayer-offerers, connectors, laughers, lovers, believers and dreamers.

 

We believe…

 

in warm blankets, a hot cup of tea and snuggling with a good book.

 

coffee is best served bold, piping hot and in the coziest of mugs.  

 

in chunky socks, warm sweaters and big furry slippers.  

 

dirty feet, messy hair and wild adventure are the inherent rights of all humans.

 

laughing can cure any funk.

 

in growth.

 

a good sage smudge can cast away old demons and clear a space for what’s to come.  

 

movement heals the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual body.

 

in possibility: mine, yours, ours.  

 

love motivates and fear hardens, and we strive to choose love in all things.   

 

perfection is a rigid, unattainable ideal that makes living in the moment next to impossible.

 

yoga - the act of yoking, of unionizing - can bring us together as a safe, open and welcoming community.  

 

creativity renders us both human and magical.  

 

the good stuff -- the worth-fighting-for changes -- don’t come easy. staying in that fire and knowing the only way out is through is what builds our courage and our character.

 

curiosity, wondering, day-dreaming and preserving sacred time for the idyll is not a sign of weakness - it’s a sign of strength.  

 

in self-care.  

 

in serving and connecting our community through love and compassion. that's what makes our hearts beat, our blood pump and our souls light up. every damn day.

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