Yin class cancelled for tonight (15 Aug 2016). Thanks for understanding…need to be with family tonight. My mother-in-law passed away, peacefully, after almost 3 years with cancer.One class left for summer…see you next Monday.
Get your Yin in, before it’s too late!
What’s the Summer of Yin 2016 schedule, you say?
Last three classes run from 7-8 pm on Aug 8th/15th/22nd, at Pajama Angels HQ on 452 Charles St., Windsor. Drop-in $15 fee/class, with partial proceeds to Yoga4Hope.
Thanks to those who have joined me in the mat. Love spending Monday’s with you!
Join me for Yin yoga at the spacious Pajama Angels HQ @ 452 Charles St., Windsor. On Mon July 18th, 7-8 pm, free parking, $15 drop-in fee with partial proceeds to PJ Angels/Yoga4Hope.
(This will be the last class for July, as I’m away on July 25 for another camping trip. Sneaking it in while summer is still here!)
If you can’t attend, hope to see you on August 8th, 15th or 22nd.
Taking a pause in Butterfly pose, during a hike at Pukaskwa National Park. A week up North without Wifi or cell service. My iPhone addiction needs a break. Add in some afternoon naps and I’m really on vacation.
No Yin scheduled at PJHQ for tonite. Hope to see you on Mon July 11th at 7 pm. Check flyer for details or email me at email@example.com for more info.
It’s the end of an era.
My yoga had its beginnings at Eastside Yoga Studio. Dianne Bondy introduced me to a practice that connected mind and body, something that had eluded me until then. I grew my practice through yoga teacher training, workshops with many great teachers, Yin And Restorative teacher training and personal study. I’m officially an E-RYT 200. It’s been quite the journey and I wouldn’t have done it any other way.
Can you do yoga, every day, for 21 days?
I’m a member of yogasteya.com and the members in the virtual community posed the question this summer. I’ve heard it takes 21 days of repetition to make something a habit. Being accountable to others would help keep me honest. It would also make me develop my home practice because, confession time here, I really didn’t have one. I’m great at going to the studio or teaching. Meditation is part of my morning routine. I love reading about yoga philosophy. But the physical work on the mat was an area that I needed to grow. So I publicly declared my intent to participate.
Thankful for a sunny day off.
Grateful to be spending time with family.
Inspired to share yoga and my stories, with you.
May you be happy. May you be peaceful. May you simply be.