It feels like the autumn winds are blowing in early this year, as these August nights get cooler.
For me this time of year holds the most potential and inspiration. I enjoy the fresh air, cool breeze, sunny skies, and the extra layer of cozy clothing. I even prefer the shorter days for longer nights, and that feeling of turning inwards preparing for the cold winter season beyond.
Yoga compliments these seasons well: Fitting back into our routines, taking time for ourselves to rejuvenate, and warm our bodies with our internal heat and sun. Yoga becomes a one-hour mini vacation each week.
YOGA IN PORT HOPE AND COBOURG
In September our yoga schedule locations are changing (yes, again).
There will be two classes held in Port Hope: Mondays 1-2pm and Thursdays 10-11am. These classes will be held at St.Mark’s Church on King Street. They will be 7 weeks sessions beginning September 9th and will run til last week in October.
There will be one class held in Cobourg: Tuesdays 6:45-7:45pm. This class will be held at House Of Wellness 711 Division Street. This will be an 8 week session beginning September 10th and will run until the last week in October.
You can also check out the new schedule and other details here. Please pre-register by August 30th to reserve your space in class, all classes are limited to 10 participants.
OTHER YOGA UPDATES 2013
Due to life’s chaos I have decided to take a break from teaching private lessons for the fall/winter season. There will be one Sunday reserved each month for workshops, which are available by group request.
The Gentle Way Of Hatha yoga teacher training is currently ‘under construction’ for a new layout in January 2014. If you would be interested in details for this small teacher training, please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you in September!
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Create lots of heat, Jenni and spread your warmth to your classes.
I need your perspective. I get caught dreading the winter, I find myself forgetting it’s still warm enough. Such a worrywart I can be. 😉