News from Sunbeams Yoga
Summer is fading, and we are heading into September with an updated schedule, new teachers and classes, and lots of upcoming events!

Thank you to everyone who responded to our recent survey and helped us shape our schedule for September and beyond.

Like most yoga studios, our schedule evolves as circumstances change in the lives of our teachers, and according to class attendance. If you love a class, please show up when possible! That's the best way to ensure your favorite classes will continue.

Thank you to everyone who practices with us! Our teachers could not be here doing what we love without you.
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New Classes!
Yoga to Rest & De-Stress : Mondays 7:00pm with Susan
Gentle Yoga : Tuesdays 9:00am with Amy B
New Class Times!
Please check the schedule before heading to your favorite morning class! Most have moved to a 9:00am start time in response to your survey feedback.
See below for a peek at our September schedule. You may click the image to download a printable file, or visit the schedule page of our website for info.

Please note: we are closed (no classes) Monday September 3rd for Labor Day holiday.

We are so excited to welcome Amy Deal back to her Saturday morning class!

September Events!
Laugha Yoga Workshop
Saturday September 8, 3:30-5:00 p.m.

Break out of the logical mind by using intentional laughter in a structured class setting. Appropriate for every body. No experience needed.
Led by Dana Cary

Community Yoga
new day & time!
Sunday September 9, 2:00-3:00 p.m.

Beginner-friendly, free/donation class. No prior yoga experience needed. Wear comfortable clothing and come as you are!

Origami Peace Crane Folding
Friday September 21, 4:00-8:00 p.m.

In celebration of the International Day of Peace, join us to fold origami peace cranes which we will hang in the studio. Come by any time between 4-8pm; stay for a few minutes or a few hours!

Autumn Equinox Yin & Reiki
Saturday September 22, 3:00-5:00 p.m.

Help the mind and body slow down using passive, long-held Yin postures with energetic Reiki technique. A great way to release and relax as we welcome a new season! Led by Jen Elder.

" If you have a mind and a body, you can do yoga!" - Jivana Heyman, founder of Accessible Yoga