Metta Bhav

"Let your love be like the misty rains, coming softly but flooding the river." Malagasy Proverb
“Let your love be like the misty rains, coming softly but flooding the river.” Malagasy Proverb

Rooted in rich tradition, the practices of Yoga and Thai Massage blend together to create a beautifully integrated approach to well being. Practiced in a state of loving kindness these healing modalities offer space for the individual to connect with their inner world.

In Jivamukti Yoga, the method’s founders Sharon Gannon and David Life write, “Bhav is a Sanskrit term used to describe the mood of one who is in love with God. This mood allows the practitioner access to deeper levels of the inner world of the soul.”

Metta (Pali) मेत्ता is a benevolence toward all beings, without discrimination, that is free of attachment. Metta is a strong, sincere wish for the happiness of all beings. The Metta Sutta compares metta to the love of a mother.

Metta Bhav is to be in the state of loving kindness and to see the light in all beings.

This is the art of Yoga. This is the heart of my practice.

Lokah Samastah Sukinoh Bhavantu ~ May all beings everywhere be happy and free.

Namaste,

Jeanette