sometimes sangha is the people that sit with you on retreat. sometimes it’s the people you share a ride on public transport with. or the people that help out in the neighbourhood. the ones you carry in your heart is sangha. and the ones you don‘t want to let in. sometimes wild animal in front of the window is sangha. wherever you are. there is sangha.
Reconnecting to the inner world and finding balance and stability is more than important in these troubled times. And I think to maintain relationship with a community that we are already part of is the greatest support we can offer to each other.
Private classes are also a great option to deepen the connection to oneself. To check and harmonize and nourish the system with the help of various props and personal guidance at home or some neutral practice space. So that we can thrive even in times of uncertainty. May we all benefit from facing these challenges with equanimity and ease.