Yoga this Week – July 7, 2014
“Yoga is a balancing factor, a substratum across all of your life, so you do not get shifted in one direction or another. It gives you freshness, gives you light, recharges your batteries. You become a stable person. You realize what balance is, what sukha is, what contentment is, what joy is.”
~ Birjoo Mehta
Hoping to see you all in class this week so together we can recharge, rebalance and stabilize to experience yoga’s true gifts; sukha (sweetness), contentment and joy!!!
Yoga this Week
Tuesday Morning at 930am with Meditation
Wednesday Evening at 7:15pm – Weather permitting On the Beach – Weather not cooperative in Yoga Room
Thursday Evening 7:30pm – Restorative Yoga, Acupuncture & Reiki with Essential Oils Workshop
((Still two spots open if anyone has a desire to experience sheer bliss and total relaxation!))
Friday Morning 930am Healing Yoga
Sunday Morning 845am Yoga on the Beach
(Please reserve you spot for Yoga Room classes or cancel if your plans have changed)
Want to be part of a yoga group summer book reading? I would like to offer a timed classic to read together for the summer. Ann Morrow Lindberg’s “Gift From the Sea”. This is a treasure I pull out every summer and always find it refreshing, deep and engaging. Let me know if you would like to join me and we will set a date for a nice discussion towards the end of summer.
****Stay Tuned for the return of Monday Evenings beginning August 4th for those of you who prefer to practice indoors in the everning****
A Note on Beach Yoga: Please click on the link for details regarding yoga on the beach. If you need to acquire a parking permit from me, you need to arrive at least ten minutes before the start of class as I will be locking up a few minutes before class start time to get down to the beach and teach. If you do arrive late, there a three or four public “safe” parking spots on Acadia Road (the road just down the hill to the left of the walk way on the street).
Also, if walking up the stairs proves to be too taxing, you can always choose to walk up to the parking lot via the path on Hallock Landing. Its much more gradual.
Any questions, please feel free to contact me.