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November 28th, 2 018

I am delighted to share that there are no cancelled classes this December. This is all due to how the holidays are falling this year. And it means that you can take care of yourself throughout this period, where many of us will experience more stress then usual. 

I will be brief today, simply because most of you have more on your plate this month then at other times. The only thing I want to mention, is the simple fact that this is not the time to skip your practice. It's truly the opposite. When we have a longer to-do list and possibly feel more stressed, it is exactly when we want to be diligent taking care of ourselves. It will help us all to enjoy life more during this typically hectic time. Think of it as maintenance that you need during this month as much as any other time of the year. Or perhaps even more so.

I will offer a  Yoga Nidra meditation in the middle of the month. This gives you the opportunity to take a quiet, still pause, to relax, restore and rejuvenate. Please see the details below.

I wish you a wonderful month filled with love and peace, and I look forward to seeing you on the mat throughout.

Yoga Nidra Meditation

Sunday December 16th

3 pm- 4:15 pm

Open to all, no experience necessary.

Give yourself this opportunity to free yourself from limitations of the past, stress about the present
 and worries about the future. 

Dress in soft comfortable clothing as you will be lying down for the majority of this practice. Layers are recommended so to stay warm  throughout the session. 

Please preregister by email at:

Exchange: $25 


I will offer 4 Thursday and Friday classes this month, and  5 Saturday and Sunday classes. There are no cancelled classes.



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The Lotus Flower

The Lotus is one of the most beautiful flowers in the world. It has its roots in the mud, at the bottom of streams and ponds, but rises to bloom above the water without becoming wet or tainted by the mire below. It symbolically represents being fully grounded in earth, yet aspiring towards the divine. For thousands of years the Lotus has symbolized spiritual growth and self realization.