Summer is Almost Here

Greetings Yogis

 

Well,  I’ve done a remarkable job of not writing on this blog.  Oh well.  I’m learning to accept this part of myself.  Computer screen time simply falls very low on my to-do list.

Given that Summer is almost officially here, with the Solstice this weekend. I wanted to wish you all a very happy, playful summer.  Go on, get out there.   Romp around in the sun, hike in the woods, play on the beach, eat warm freshly picked berries and handmade ice cream, attend a local outdoor music venue and dance under the stars.  Share the summer sunny days with friends and family.

I will  be doing quite a bit of travel and sailing this summer.  As a result, I will be so much in and out of town, I’ve decided to put my public classes on hold until the Fall.  However, I will still be available for privates when I am in town.  Feel free to give me a call to schedule a private if you are interested and we will see what we can arrange.

Be well, take care, keep up your practice and enjoy the summer sunshine.

Shalom & Namaste

Diana Bonyhadi

Letting Go & Reclaiming Space

Dear Yogis

Happy Summer!  I hope everyone is enjoying this long stretch of sunshine we have had in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.  I know I have.  As  usual, summer finds me playing on the water, hiking in the woods, picking berries, and dancing to music in meadows.  Yep, life is good.

I wanted to let everyone know that after much consideration, I have decided to make some changes to my teaching schedule.  I have decided to reclaim weekends and evenings and spend less time on the road driving.  Its has been a hard decision to make, and even as I write this I feel a pang of loss.   I will miss our Wednesday evenings in the woods and weekends mornings when we all breath together and nourish our bodies and spirits.  We have all grown so much over the years, and I will miss each and everyone of you.  Truly, it has been an honor.

But in letting go of these teaching slots, I will open myself up for more opportunities to study, practice and travel. I look forward to deepening my understanding of yoga, philosophy and anatomy and meditation through retreats and workshops that frequently fall on weekends.  Let’s call this a mini-sabbatical.

What this means  in the short run is that I will no longer be teaching at River Tree Yoga on Wednesday evenings or on Saturday mornings.  It also means that I will no longer be teaching at Village Green Yoga on Sunday mornings.  

My last day at River Tree Yoga will Be Wednesday August 9th.  

My last Sunday at Village Green Yoga will be August 20th.

I will continue to teach my Tuesday & Thursday Mid-Day Bliss class at Village Green Yoga.

And I am still offering privates, scheduled at your convenience.

In the Fall, I will be adding a weekly evening class in West Seattle and a monthly advanced practice class at Village Green Yoga.  There is also the possibility of workshops at River Tree Yoga.  More details on all of these will be coming your way shortly.

 

Be Well, Breathe and have an amazing Summer.

Shalom & Namaste,

Diana Bonyhadi