Yoga this Week – December 27, 2014 – Special Detox Class January 3rd

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 ” The Past and the Future is a joke to me now. I see that they’re nothin’. I see they ain’t here. The only thing that’s here is you and me…..I love you. Not, not like they told you love is….[the story books are bull],  love don’t make things nice, it ruins everything! It breaks your heart, it makes things a mess. We, we aren’t here to make things perfect. Snowflakes are perfect, stars are perfect. Not us! Not us!”   
 Ronny Cammareri, “Moonstruck”

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 The above quote is one of my all time favorite movie lines.  We are not here to be perfect, for our lives to look flawless, to create what society’s idea of a beautiful life is.    We are here to have our hearts broken a thousand times because we are meant to experience the oceans of emotions our life is full of.  We are here to experience the wonder of being human; with all its hills and valleys,  like the moon we continually cycle through a myriad of phases to become whole again.  As we near the end of another year, embrace this truth:   That loving, and being truly vulnerable in your life doesn’t always look nice and that truly living wholeheartedly means taking the risk that sometimes your heart will break; sometimes you will make a  mess.


Our Yoga practice helps us remember that we are perfect just the way we are and that our lives our beautiful as they are.   Within our practice we may fall down,  sweat,  and sometimes struggle just to bear the truth of our bodies and minds but when  we get back up again and   return to our mats, “We breath and something in us softens, makes space for the imperfections”.  So let go of the storybook idea of how your life should look.  Let go and enjoy the scenery of  today.  Be vulnerable, be open, allow grief, joy, success and failure, falling down and getting back up to all be part of the great tapestry that is your life.  When you reach into the beauty of imperfection;   the crooked tree, the moon’s craters,  the clouded sky, tears in a loved one’s eyes, experience it fully, turning away from nothing that you find.  The messes will be there,  the heartaches will surface, the past and future are but memories and dreams, breathe it all in and find your joy in being present through it all for yourself and those around you.

 Yoga this Week

Monday Evening 7:15pm

Tuesday Morning 930am

Special Class Saturday Morning January 3rd 8:45am

Detox Flow with a New Year’s Meditation and Yoga Nidra

(Please reserve your spot or cancel if your plans have changed)

 **Evening classes require at least four to sign up prior to 5pm to run – An email will post by 5 if class is cancelled**


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Restorative Yoga and Acupuncture with Reiki & Essential Oils on January 7th at 7pm

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January 16th Live Music & Yoga Flow at the North Shore Public Library

Come flow in a Yoga class infused with live musical chanting. Discover how the elements of music and yoga come together as Linda Lindaman leads a gentle flowing yoga class serenaded by Amy Perri on Harmonium & vocals and Jim Romeo on percussion. An uplifting, vibrational experience joining breath, movement, music and spirit! Non-refundable fee: $5. Bring a yoga mat. NSPL cardholders may register in person beginning January 2. Beginning January 5 we will accept registration for non-residents if space permits.

Co-Creating Your Life – A Vision Board Workshop

Thursday, January 22nd 7-9pm  – $15

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Namaste and Blessings for a healthy, happy, enlightened New Year!


3 thoughts on “Yoga this Week – December 27, 2014 – Special Detox Class January 3rd”

  1. Hi Amy, I would love to come to the detox class but can’t confirm just yet, as flow is late this month. I will let you know as soon as it is clear. Wishing you peace and love in the New Year, Kishori

    Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2014 20:49:24 +0000 To:

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