YOGA IN ISLANDIA NEWSLETTER
ANCIENT REMEDY FOR MODERN STRESS
OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER - 2012
ISLANDIA HOME STUDIO SCHEDULE
BEGINNERS WELCOME IN ALL CLASSES PERSONAL ATTENTION
MONDAYS RESTORATIVE YOGA 2:00 3:30 PM
MONDAYS REGULAR OPEN CLASS 7:00 8:30 PM
TUESDAYS 7:00 8:30 PM
WEDNESDAYS Early Bird Special 7:45 AM 9:15 AM
YOGA GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE FOR THE UPCOMING HOLIDAYS -
GIVE THE GIFT OF YOGA TO YOUR LOVED ONES GIVE THE GIFT OF HEALTH!
$50. FOR 4 GROUP CLASSES. -- $50 FOR PRIVATE CLASS 1-1/2 HOUR CLASS.
FULL MOON MEDITATION FREE FREE FREE
We schedule our Full Moon Meditations as close as possible to the actual date for either Saturday or Sunday so, if interested in joining us, please mark your calendars now - -
By now you have read or heard about the millions of people who have started to meditate on a regular basis, including, stars of theatre, tv, film, politicians, heads of state, and probably many of your friends and colleagues. If you have not tried it yet, now is as good a time as any to start you will experience the benefits quickly. Newcomers call 631-348-7199 for directions. We have been reading Patanjalis Sutras. Wholesome refreshments; stimulating conversation.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 28 7 9 PM
SATURDAY DECEMBER 1 7 9 PM
SATURDAY DECEMBER 29 7 9 PM
ARE YOU BRACING YOURSELF AGAINST THE COMMON COLD?
Besides washing your hands frequently, try this Yoga pose to boost your immunity: INVERTED POSTURE:
From a position of all fours on the floor, lift the buttocks up toward the ceiling on an exhalation. Elongate the spine and straighten the knees as much as you can without forcing. Move the abdominal muscles in and keep them firm; drop your head toward the floor letting it hang loosely. Release after 3 breaths. Also, Legs Up The Wall Pose. (From editors of Yoga Journal)
WISHING YOU GOOD HEALTH, GOOD FRIENDS AND GOOD TIMES!
SPECIAL NOTE: I will be teaching YOGA FOR ADULTS at the Central Islip Library, 33 Hawthorne Ave. on Wednesday Oct. 10 and Thursday, November 8th from 7 to 8 pm. Pre-registration is required. Call 631-234-9333 for more information. Bring mat; wear loose clothing no jeans.