We continue our study of yoga's yamas and niyamas this month with Asteya - nonstealing.
Please see below after this month's News!
Several announcements for March!
March Specialty Classes:
Functional Movement: Great news! I will be teaching my rescheduled Therapeutic Yoga for Shoulders and Hips on Saturday, March 12th, 2:30-4:00 pm, at Body Grace Fitness and Yoga in Vienna, VA.
This class is a terrific way to become more deeply attuned to your body's inner messages, particularly if you tend to experience limitation through your shoulders and hips. Through small, mindful and gentle yoga-inspired therapeutic movements (seated, standing and supine) and a connection to natural breath, participants can quiet tension and nurture calm in both muscle and mind as they explore their optimal range of motion and then apply this knowledge to yoga poses.
Please reserve a spot with Jan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amy Weintraub visiting McLean, VA this month! Amy Weintraub, author of Yoga for Depression, will be visiting McLean, VA to conduct a LifeForce Yoga to Manage Your Mood: Depression and Anxiety workshop on Sunday, March 20, 2016 from 1:00-5:30 pm at the Dream Yoga Studio and Wellness Center. I am excited that I will be there assisting! Visit yogafordepression.com for more information.
Practicum continuing through Spring! My practicum in functional movement continues through this spring. Contact me to take advantage of the special one-on-one, 5-session rate and help yourself find a path to greater ease, fluidity and flexibility in your body. As my teacher Susi Hately says, “Your body doesn’t lie.” Book a private session for a personalized approach to cultivating your awareness and ability to listen to your body's messages and learn how to relax and improve your stability and strength at the same time. Give yourself the path to greater health and healing this year!
Cancer care recovery - My functional movement teacher, Susi Hately has a free 8-week series running now as part of her Calm.Steady.Strong program that offers tips for people recovering from cancer who are seeking ways to feel better and be more healthy. These tips can come straight into your mailbox simply emailing email@example.com. For more information also see www.functionalsynergy.com.
It is March! We have traveled down the path exploring yoga’s ethical principles, with stops studying non-harm and truthfulness. This month we go further with our study of the Yamas and Niyamas as we reach asteya - Sanskrit for nonstealing.
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Blog Archives including Heart Tree Yoga's Yamas and Niyamas Study from January-December 2016 and seasonal newsletters.