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Anne Phyfe Palmer,
8 Limbs Founder
8 Limbs I What Wakes You Up?

In this year of questions, April asks "What Wakes You Up?" As the earth wakes up from its winter slumber, can we inquire into this ourselves?
 
Waking up is a term often used to speak about spiritual transformation. We are asleep, and then we wake up to the divine within us, or to the true meaning of life, or to God/goddess/Spirit/etc. As a yoga studio, this has been part of our lingo, our parlance, for the past two decades.
 
For the last year and a half, however, we've attempted to wake up as an organization in a different way, to racial and social injustice. It's been challenging, it's been enlivening, it's been a whole lot of things, but it's been a start, and we aren't going to stop.  Learn about all of our public offerings on the new Yoga for Social Change page in the Events section of our website.
 
 
On April 8 we will offer our first (and free) Yoga for Social Change class with Mary Imani, a teacher at 8 Limbs Capitol Hill from 2000-2008 who returns hold  a space to connect our desire for justice to our yoga practice. We hope you will join us.

This month, may we welcome Spring and ask one another: What Wakes You Up? 

Namaste, 
Anne Phyfe Palmer,
8 Limbs Founder and Studio Director

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8 Limbs Wedgwood is looking for work study help.  Trade your time for free yoga classes! Available shifts:
    Wednesday desk shift 6:00-6:45am
    Thursdays desk shift 6:45-7:30pm

    Fridays desk shift 5:00-5:45pm
    Light studio cleaning on Fridays or Sundays for one hour
  
8 Limbs Phinney Ridge is also looking for work study help:
    Sunday desk shift  8:30am-12:30pm
    Friday desk shift  4:15pm-6:30pm
    Mid-week regular cleaner (roughly 2 hours)
Contact phinneyridge@8limbsyoga.com with inquiries. 
 
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