"Small things become great when done with love".......anonymous
Today is a beautiful day and I am thankful to be alive and as well as can be in a global pandemic. I hope you are fine and living life as best as you can. As I write this I am also watching hundreds of starlings moving across the sky in their spectacular shape-shifting pattern. Did you know this is called a murmuration? Scientists have been studying this behaviour for decades and believe that murmurations offer safety in numbers and that they are able to communicate to share information about their environment. "Experts aren't exactly sure how, but a murmuration forms when one starling copies the behaviour of its seven neighbors, and then those nearby starlings copy each of their seven neighbors, and so on until the entire group moves as one". Why am I telling you this? Well, even though yoga is mostly a solitary practice, I miss our yoga community and the energy we share as a group. Moving together in a safe and secure environment but mostly because I miss YOU. I am happy to inform you that YogaJoy is starting small with an offering of two classes per week.
Do you want to (re) start with me? My good friend and fellow teacher Tami McKnight and myself are starting the following classes this week. No need to register (at this time my website does not provide pre-registration). Please email me if you require more information.
Tuesdays @ 6:30 p.m.
The Sanctuary - Centre for the Arts
This is a deeply relaxing and therapeutic class intended to strengthen ligaments and joints, increasing range of motion and is suitable for everyone.
Please bring a yoga mat, blanket or two and a block if you have one. As per government regulations, clients must be Covid vaccinated and masks be worn until you reach your mat. Doors open @ 6:00 p.m.
Morning Hatha Yoga
Saturdays @ 8:30 a.m.
St. Lukes Lutheran Church Hall, Ridgeway
This is a classical Hatha class intended to awaken and invigorate the body and the mind. We close the practice with a relaxation and short meditation.
Please bring a yoga mat, a blanket or two and any props you have that support your practice. As per government regulations, clients must be Covid vaccinated and masks worn until you reach your mat. Doors open @ 8:00 a.m. and entrance is on the parking lot side of the church.
Please also check out Rachel Furness' classes at The Sanctuary - Centre for the Arts. The Yin Class is included in her monthly pass.
I hope to see you soon. Be like a starling and trust the warmth and support of your yoga community.
Om shanti with love,