Time for You: Creating a Spacious Life

Time for You: Creating a Spacious Life

Judy Moulton | June 23, 2019

If we look at our busy lives, we can probably all identify with the feeling that we don’t have enough time and space. We start our day exhausted and in a rush, our attention fragmented. This sets the tone for the rest of the day to unravel similarly. In hurrying from one commitment to the next, we spread ourselves too thin. By the end of the day, we collapse in exhaustion or seek to numb our stressed-out mind. This way of living becomes a cycle of stress—we experience a lack of space and an absence of the deep nourishment that sustains us at a more subtle level.

Spaciousness is the opposite of stress. It allows us to step back from the chaos of the day to pause and recharge. In this livestream with Judy Moulton, learn a simple way to restructure your day to create more space in your life, as an antidote to stress and as a support for your yoga practice.

Tune in to contemplate this idea of space in your own life. Follow along with a guided practice that will leave you with a feeling of greater spaciousness in your body and mind.

Format: Video with audio download
Length: 1 hr 11 mins

Source: Livestream recorded live at the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA on June 23, 2019.

About the Presenter

Judy Moulton

Judy Moulton is a Himalayan Institute certified and Yoga Alliance recognized E-RYT 500, an Ayurvedic Health Counselor registered with the National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA), and a contributor to YogaInternational.com. Judy is also the director of the Himalayan Institute's teacher certification programs and a key facilitator within those programs. Having experienced the immense transformative power of yoga directly, she relies on her own personal practice of yoga and ayurveda to support her daily life and is dedicated to helping others to do the same. Judy's style of teaching combines breath-connected movement, classical asanas, breath training, and systematic relaxation to access a state of deep inner awareness as preparation for meditative practice.