This is the true aim of yoga, this is the goal. To learn to control the mind when it leans towards selfishness, egoism, fear and negativity. The ultimate aim of all our yoga practices are to bring our focus inward so we realize all the peace we seek comes from our true divine nature. A yogi feels the lack of noting, therefore, there is no need for hoarding, competition or greed. The yogi knows all comes from and all will return to the divine source; that in our natural state we are all one.
Be Self-Controlled by following an ethical path. Give by coming from a place of abundance. Be Compassionate so others can gain strength from your strong spirit.
This is the aim of yoga, these are the true goals.
Yoga this Week
Meditative Monday Evening at 715pm
Tuesday Morning at 93oam with Meditation to follow class
Wednesday Evening Open Level 7:15pm
Friday Morning Healing Yoga 930am
(Please reserve your spot or cancel if your plans have changed, please note evening classes need a minimum of four to sign up by 5pm to run)
Today!! Call library to see if there are still spots left and join us on this windy, wild day for:
What is Yoga? An Experiential Journey with Amy Perri and Barbara Delledonne – November 2nd at the North Shore Public Library – Registration now open to NON-Library card holders. $5 fee and in person registration required. Still a couple spots left, join us for what’s sure to be a great afternoon. Philosophy, asana, chanting and yoga nidra!!!.
Restorative Yoga and Acupuncture with Reiki and Essential Oils – Monday, November 10th 715-915pm with Ben Craig!!
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Yoga and Live Musical Chanting and Thanksgiving Food Drive
November 22nd at 9am at Yoga For Life in Setauket
Regular Class Fees and Class Cards Apply along with Food Pantry Contribution- Donations for Musicians Appreciated
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