Hope all is well! There are a few cool things going on in the next few weeks I’d like to share with you.
First of all, I know it’s short notice, but there’s a Yogi Potluck Picnic in the Park this evening 23 April, 5 – 7, at Reid Park. I’m co-hosting this along with my friend Sunanda Bruno. No yoga, just people who love yoga getting together to enjoy each other’s company and have some scheduled R & R. I'd love to see you there!
Secondly, I’m offering the Yoga to Ease Anxiety Workshop on Sunday 15 May. If you benefited from the book or could just use a reset, this workshop can help you put some easy, stress-relieving principles into practice.
Thirdly, I’ve been working hard to coordinate what I think could be a very important event. It’s called Teaching Yoga for the Homeless: A Panel Presentation & Discussion. Please join us as we get to the nuts and bolts of how to best help the homeless through Yoga. We will have multiple presentations and a discussion of lessons learned in the field for the benefit of those who would like to volunteer with this population. Questions are encouraged! Presenter will be Tamara Lee Standard, Pam Ronstadt, Tzadik Rosenberg-Greenberg, and myself.
As always, I love to see old friends and new faces in my weekly classes. The 9:30 a.m. Gentle Yoga for EveryBody classes Tuesday and Thursday at MMYA are small and sweet. Wednesday evening at 5:30 is Yoga to Ease Anxiety at MMYA. And the Bookmans Sports classes are just as fun as ever, Monday at 10 a.m. and Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
And finally, my new book From the Vedas to Vinyasa: An Introduction to the History and Philosophy of Yoga is getting closer to being released. The illustrations by Eric York are almost finished and look amazing! And my dear, hardworking editor Susan Lantz is making sure the end product is fleshed out and refined. I'm hoping for an early summer book release party/class/signing!
I wish you all well and hope to see you soon!