Ever heard of Watsu? There may be a few that can say yes, for the majority let me give my brief, but personal knowledge I (Casi) have. Watsu is water based relaxation. This is simplified, I'm sure there's a better definition out there by the experts. What little I did know, didn't give it any justice until I got in the pool and experience it for myself. I pulled up to the house, after the typical busy morning routine. I was thinking about the day's plans, how Ryli's nap schedule would be today, would I be able to work on this blog and any other of life's demands. Needless to say, taking this 30 minutes to myself was much needed. The only thing I knew of Watsu was what I saw online. I really didn't know what to expect the actual experience for me would be. I stepped into the refreshingly warm pool, closed my eyes, and as Cheryl began to gently hold me, my ears went just below the water line and it was silent. All I could hear was my own breath. I had forgotten just how peaceful the quiet can be. My days are typically filled with loud singing, playing or crying. When we first started I was held up and felt so comforted. I thought this must be how Ryli feels when I hold her. As Cheryl glided me through the water I had a chance to really be still. When the session was done, I wanted to keep going. I was so relaxed, I felt like I could just float away.
So, if you could use some time to pamper yourself and relax, Cheryl has offered to do this for you Saturday, May 19th between 9:00am-1:00pm. The suggestion donation is $50, this includes a 30 minute private session. All proceeds will go specifically to our one time travel expenses to Japan. And because of the matching grant, it will be doubled!
Thanks! Casi firstname.lastname@example.org