Equinox Reflections - March 20, 2021

The word Equinox means ‘equal night’. It is a rare moment in the rhythm of the year when light and dark are in balance. 

Cultural references are constantly feeding us stories and images that perpetuate the notion that light is good/holy and dark is bad/evil.

Yet, the reality of our earthly experience reveals that we live surrounded by examples of how goodness comes from the dark – like seeds in the soil of spring, the renewal of our nightly sleep and insights from the intuitive space of soul. 

On the day of the Equinox, we would like to invite you join us as we create a space to imagine and ponder a different and life-giving way of understanding our relationship to light and dark.

During this virtual 30 minute session we will weave together inspiring words, gentle embodied connection and time for reflecting on the place and meaning that both light and dark hold in our lives. We hope you emerge with new insight, wisdom and some possible practices to facilitate further growth. 

Registration for this event is now closed. 

The event will be held on Saturday, March 20, 2021 from 1:30-2:00pm ET. 
Before the event, a Zoom link will be sent via email to those who register. 


About the Facilitators:

Jyoti Solanki-Davie has many roles, a mother, a teacher, a healer and forever a student. Her work consists of Massage Therapy  and teaching Yoga, running her clinic from her home. A self proclaimed “anatomy nerd”, she loves to talk about fascia and the wonder of the human body. She is also an avid gardener with aspirations of building an edible perennial garden, she enjoys spending time in nature, learning from her cycles. Spending her days raising her toddler, knitting and working with yarn, she enjoys bringing yoga off the mat and into the mundane. 
For more about Jyoti please visit her website: www.jsrmt.ca

Robin McGauley (she/her) is a full-time artist and spiritual director whose work in the studio and with clients focuses on listening to inner longing, reshaping harmful narratives that block expression and creating a life that allows the soul to take the lead. For 9 years she was the Program Director of a retreat centre where she designed and facilitated countless retreats, workshops and courses about spiritual practices and spiritual leadership. Robin has extensive experience facilitating groups in processes that are focused on deepening connection to an expansive understanding of spirit.

Robin identifies as a white, able-bodied, heterosexual woman who is committed to the ongoing journey of social change within both her personal life and through community involvement. She has a particular passion for the work of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples and setters and, as such, serves on the Indigenous Justice and Reconciliation Advisory Committee of The United Church of Canada. 
For more about Robin please visit the About page of this website.