Summer Schedule Changes
I find it hard to believe we are half way through summer. But I know it must be true, because I just sent my daughter off to Camp Nor’Wester for a month, and she won’t be back till the end of August. That means there are only 6 weeks left of summer.
Earlier in the month I wrote a post about what to do in Seattle in the summer. How are you all doing with that? So far I have been to the beach, hiked in the woods and gone berry picking & made some raspberry jam. I have a lot to do in the next 4 weeks. Next month, I will cram in all the rest – summer concerts, Shakespeare in the Park, Paddleboard Yoga and a trip to the San Juans, to name a few. Did I mention I want to go on a food cart junket?
I missed Wanderlust at Whistler (the 3-day outdoor yoga & music festival) – Did any of you go? How was it?
As you may have noticed there are some changes to my teaching schedule this summer. New Summer hours:
Yoga at Swedish Hospital:
Tuesday & Thursday Noon – 1:00 Hatha Integration/Therapeutic Alignment
Village Green Yoga:
Monday & Wednesday Mornings:
9:30 – 10:45 Hatha Integration – Alignment/Anusara Inspired
Tuesday & Thursday Evenings:
5:30 – 7:00 Vinyasa Flow
The Meditation Circle will restart in the Fall.
Speaking of meditation, if you have ever dreamed of going to India to study meditation and/or yoga, there is still time to sign up for Journey to the Source – a 2 week life changing trip to India in October. Travel with Ajayan Borys (Effortless Mind Meditation)and myself to the Majestic Himalayan Mountains and the source of the Ganges River and explore the roots of Yoga and Mediation. For more information and to sign up, click here. As the date draws nearer I am getting more and more excited. Two weeks of meditation and yoga right in the very birth place of the tradition. Ajayan spent many years in this very location deep in meditation, so not will we be traveling to an amazing location, but we will be traveling with an amazing and dedicated teacher. Join us as we reach deeper into the very heart of our practice.
Have an adventuresome August.
Shalom & Namaste