Accept the things to which fate binds you, and love the people with whom fate brings you together, but do so with all your heart. ~
                                               Marcus Aelius Aurelius

Greetings dear yoga students,

Hoping this email finds you fostering a sense of grateful anticipation for the day and week ahead.  Acceptance of life circumstances does not mean to give in, give up or throw in the towel.  Acceptance is looking at what fate has brought to your door, examining the facts with an open heart and clear mind and then from deep within gather the courage to  do what you need or do – which in some instances is the courage to do absolutely nothing.  Whenever we are at odds with something, feel “off-kilter” or are experiencing anxiety, it usually can be traced back to our inability to accept what is happening in the present moment.  The moment we begin to trade our expectations in for acceptance, we experience a shift in perspective and sometimes, as if miraculously,   the limits begin to fade or change shape..  Acceptance enables us enjoy the senery of our lives the way it is, even if it is not what we expected.  So dive in to the present moment of your life today and meditate on the areas that you meet with resistance;  breathe a compassionate breath, bless your circumstances, love the people who join you on your journey with all your heart and find the peace and serenity that comes with true acceptance.

Classes for this Week

Monday & Thursday Evening at 730pm

Tuesday Morning at 930am with Meditation to follow Class

Friday Morning Healing Yoga 930am

(Please reserve your spot or let me know if your plans have changed)

Hope to see you in class.

Om, shanti, shanti, shanti!



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ShaktiPath Kirtan Food Drive at the Mastic Moriches Shirley Library Feb 9th 1:30PM – 3:30PM Registration is open to all – you do not have to be a card holder and this event is FREE with a food pantry donation – Call to register 399-1511 Ext 240

Special Event – FLOGA- At the Yoga Darshana Center in Babylon Sunday, February 10th / 3:30 pm 5:00 pm
Heart Opening, gentle flow class led by me accompanied by the music of native american bamboo flute player Walter Perizac Click on the link for more information
New Class – Therapeautic YogaWednesdays 11-12:15
First Four-Week Session Beginning Februray 27th.    For those with limited mobility or special situations.  The use of chairs, props and modifications will enable each students to receive the benefits of yoga.  Beginning with breathwork and ending with a 15 min healing relaxation pose incorporating some Reiki energy.  This class will be held in sessions.  If you are interested, please contact me as the spaces are limited to 6 students.  Cost for the Four Week Session is $55 payable at least one week prior to start date.
Our next Restorative Yoga, Reiki and Acuptuncture Session will be March 6th at 7pm. Sign ups have begun. Contact me or sign up when you come to class.
Shanti, Shanti, Shanti, Oooooommmmmm

Amy Perri Registered Yoga Teacher

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  1. Hi Amy, My mom signed up for yoga at the library next Saturday. The woman told her it was the second part. Is that ok if she comes even if she missed the first part? Curious, how long is the class? I plan to come to class Monday not sure if I signed up. See u then.

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  2. Thanks Amy! I was just writing this morning about surrender and trust. We often wish our lives to be other then how they are and become frustrated or anxietal when things aren’t as we want them to be, but if we can just muster of the courage to surrender and let go we will see that the universe will take care of us. If we put out intentions into to into the universe the universe will conspire to make it happen, we just have to trust, surrender and enjoy our lives in the moment. Count our blessings, be grateful for all that we have and make steps, no matter how small, in the direction that you want your life to go…and TRUST that your intentions will come to fruition. Doubt creates worry and worry creates frustration and anxiety. I read a quote once that went something like this “No amount of worry will solve any problem”. So let’s try to enjoy the life we have at this moment…embrace it, and let life unfold like a flower, slowly and patiently but definitively.

    Looking forward to your awesome class on Monday!

    Love and hugs!

    1. I always tell everybody, I write about what I am working with. This is a daily practice for me. Thanks so much for your insights…I needed to hear this. I have a lot going on and some decisions to make as well so I really need to surrender, trust and release worry….Shanti! See you soon

  3. Happy Sunday, Amy! Am I to respond here or way at the bottom of this page where it says comment? My old brain takes longer to adjust to change! lol Anyway, I look forward to Tuesday class provided there is a spot for me! Thanks! Susan

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