Ancient Remedy for Modern Stress


Dear Yoginis,

As the year enters the Fall and Winter period, I hope that you will be faithful to your Yoga practice. It is the one thing that will sustain you in dealing with the stress of everyday living. Make time for yourself, so that you can remain strong and vibrant, so that you can help others.

Please note change of starting times of evening classes:

Private classes by appointment -- call 631-234-4747

FULL MOON MEDITATION - FREE - 6 to 8 PM - Mark your calendar


"Overcoming Trauma through YOGA: Reclaiming Your Body"
by David Emerson and Elizabeth Hopper, Ph.D.

For those readers who have experienced trauma to the body and mind will benefit by reading this book. It gives a step-by-step diagrammed process by which you can tailor your practice to the needs of your body, mind and spirit. If you or someone you know has been involved in an accident, domestic violence, military conflict, pass this information to them. I will be glad to answer any questions, and refer you to a clinical therapist knowledgeable in the application of Yoga to trauma.

Learning Yoga Through Sign

The Sivananda Yoga Devanta organization presents Yoga in American Sign Language for the deaf community in NYCity. A one-day intensive retreat is entitled: "Living a Life of Abundance - A Deaf Yoga and Life Day Retreat" -- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM. described as "offering a unique blend of yoga, meditation, group activities, moments of reflection and growth with your Deaf Certified Coaches." For the Retreat Program and Registration, please go to

I wish you good health, good times, good friends.

Om Shanti
Grace --- Durga