The hardwood came in this week! This picture is an example of the Brazilian Walnut wood that is going in the yoga and meditation rooms. I am so excited! What do you think???
Also, we are still on the edge about paint colors for both the yoga practice space and the meditation space. So far, yellows, greens, and reds have been recommended. What do you think about making the main, larger room a mossy green and the smaller practice/meditation room a yellow?
I'm just hoping to create a sanctuary for you all that makes you feel relief and at home. A place where you feel peace and yet an abundance of loving energy. Your opinions are highly valued here, so please share them. :) This space is your space too. Let's create it together.
Love is the essence of our life. I have written this blog with love, and I offer it to you, dear reader, with the hope that the suggestions offered here will become a vital part of your self-healing and continued well-being. ~ Ashley
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