March 2016 update: Next Yoga Series Starts Monday, and more!!

These past couple months I’ve felt especially lucky to teach yoga because of everything I learn from my students.  Thank you for bringing your creativity, your questions, your willingness to look deep inside, to try new things, and to share your path with me.  It’s such an honor to teach and study with you all.

For those of you who come to Mt. Baker Community Yoga, here is the information about the next series:
Next series begins this coming Monday.
March 7 to April 19, six-week series with no class on April 12.
We will be focusing on twists and feeling into the energy of spring.
Please pre-register here ($60/six classes).  And you can always drop-in ($12-15/class suggested, or pay what you can).
Classes are 6-7:15pm at the Mt Baker Community Club.

I continue to teach Gentle Yoga at Lotus Yoga Thursday mornings, 9:30-10:45 am, focusing often on a similar theme to Monday class.

Also, I am excited to be getting back to leading another workshop for parents of kids with disabilities and special needs on April 3rd at the Seattle Children’s Playgarden.  Please share the information with anyone you know who might be interested.  There is a flier below and more information here.

Finally, I am excited about the many ways the yoga world is currently grappling with our role in healing and working toward racial justice.  Laura Humpf is leading a series called Heart Conversations, every second Wednesday of the month, at Rainier Beach Yoga.  She says, ” Come explore the practice of deepening our awareness of ourselves in order to be better allies in the world.  These facilitated discussions will focus on yoga philosophy as a tool for our internal process and awareness as we look at the isms (racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, etc.) that affect ourselves, our relationships, and our world.”  I hope to join these evenings, and would love to see you there.  More information is on RBY’s web site, here.

I wish you all well, and may you enjoy all the emerging buds and beings of early spring!

yoga caregivers


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