Like many people, we routinely make New Year’s resolutions to "find more balance" or “live in the present” only to find they are not as easily attainable as we'd hope. They are often interrupted by daily life, to-do lists, or bumps in the road, and before we realize it, we feel overwhelmed and confused.
When we opened our studio, we knew our work-life balance was about to shift but we did not realize how significantly. A few months into our new careers as owner-operators, we were both spending the majority of our time at the studio or thinking about and working on Little Art House. Don’t get us wrong, we love what we do, and wouldn't trade it for the world, which is why it was so easy to just defer to Little Art House all day every day. During the holidays, we both realized we needed to bring some balance back into our days. This is why we have welcomed more members into our Little Art House family and connected with other like-minded individuals running businesses that believe in the same core values.
As we were making decisions on how best to utilize our studio space and time, Ashley Ray from Habitat Yoga attended an adult class with her family. We realized we knew her from previous summer camps at USN, and we decided we needed to work together in some capacity. We saw an opportunity to expand and offer a great addition to well-rounded healthy living.
Art is a great outlet for personal reflection, understanding and growth. Now, we are so excited to offer a mind-body opportunity to support these same goals as well! In an effort to help our community be well-balanced, we can’t wait to co-host Yoga & Art in the Park with Habitat Yoga! Join us as we practice our yogi skills and then create a fun art project to kick off what is sure to be a gorgeous weekend. We’ll be at Fannie Mae Dees Park (Dragon Park), 2400 Blakemore Avenue, on March 23rd, 4:30-6pm with Yoga 4:30-5:15 and Art Making 5:15-6pm. We hope to see you there!