I spent last week on the beach in Mexico. I played in the waves and soaked up the sun and thoroughly enjoyed spending time with my family. Being a California girl, I find that I sometimes need a break from the Pacific Northwet. I am so grateful that I was able to take this time to restore and renew. A big shout-out to my subs for covering for me while I was away.
Indeed I am recharged. I am looking forward to a busy teaching schedule for the next few months. I am pleased to announce that I am now part of the wellness team at a Naturopathic clinic in Redmond. Starting next week I will be teaching a Hatha and Wellness class on Tuesday & Thursday mornings at 9:15am at Alpine Integrated Medicine in Redmond. If you are looking for a more natural and holistic approach to your health care, do check them out.
Classes at River Tree Yoga (located at Tree House Point) continue to grow. We have tweaked our schedule just a bit to further meet the needs of our students. There is now a single class on Monday & Wednesday evenings from 6:30 – 8:00pm. You no longer need to choose flow or restorative, this hour and a half class provides a comprehensive practice which will help you to work out the kinks in your system, inspire you to reach deeper, and allow you to relax more fully. We also offer classes on Saturday mornings at 9:30 – Vinyasa Flow Style.
And don’t forget about Village Green Yoga, where I have been teaching for several years now. Monday & Wednesday mornings we study alignment, Tuesdays & Thursdays at noon, its an hour of gentle therapeutics, and Tuesday & Thursday evenings we get the music out and flow. Sunday mornings its all about going deeper with great music and fun times.
This weekend I will head down to Oregon for the Cannon Beach Yoga Arts Festival. If you don’t have plans for the weekend, I highly recommend this event. It features exceptional teachers in a beautiful and low key environment. Oh, and did I mention beach?
Quote for the week by David Gershon:How can we create sustained positive impact in the world, in the shortest amount of time, for the highest number of people?
That’s it for now. Check out the schedule page for class times and locations.
Shalom & Namaste
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