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Yoga Therapy Sessions

Posted on July 16, 2011 at 5:29 PM Comments comments (0)
There has been a wonderful response to the July special of $70 for a 1 1/1hr yoga therapy session.  So I am extending it thru Sept 1st for all new and existing clients.  Take advantage of this great offer of regular price of $85. Call or E-mails me with your available dates or just post here and I will get right back to you.

Summer Yoga

Posted on June 24, 2011 at 4:04 PM Comments comments (0)
Well its that time of year where we find ourselves busy with family, friends and or yards. Sometimes we get so wrapped up in our activities we lose site of taking care of ourselves. I invite you to take time to spend an hour or two to keep your yoga practice in your schedule, the benefits are so uplifting.

By doing your weekly practice you will find balance to enhance your full summer schedule. Come and let me help you find that deep breath and expansion with-in yourself. 

Give your self the nurturing you so deserve. Check the schedule for new classes and post here your needs for new times or perhaps a special class you would like to see in the next few weeks.   Namaste'

Full Moon

Posted on June 6, 2011 at 4:06 PM Comments comments (0)
Wednesday finds us with a Full moon and a lunar eclipse.  This Eclipse will not be viewed in our part of the world this time. Our yoga class on Thursday will reflect this special time of opening and change with breath work and gentle moving vinyasa. 


Posted on June 3, 2011 at 12:18 PM Comments comments (0)
Hello Yogi's
I would like to thank those of you for your support on our latest journey to Joplin tornado recovery. 
The donations were received, and taken to the Abundant Life church in Joplin.  We actually were the last donors that they were taking any more clothing from. We also took gloves and water which was just a pin head donation compared to all that fortunately was being given.

After checking with the Red Cross as to what, where, and when, as well as FEMA we were guided by our personal angel guides to work with The Abundant Life Church. Every organization is working hard to bring some sense of balance and relief to those stricken by the 45 second tornado that changed life as they knew before. Yet we found this group and off we went. 
We were taken by a van to the town of Dushene (suburb of Joplin and 85% destroyed) and there with about 20-25 others began to clean rubble. It was hot, 30 mph winds and not a single complaint. Food and water was brought to all of us and we just kept diligently working on.
The young people that were there to help was inspiring. Let no one speak of our young men and women as to wrong doing till they see them in working in Joplin.
The destruction is overwhelming and actually difficult to take all of it in, yet we did not come away with despair but hope and admiration for the people of Joplin and all the volunteers. The outreach is unbelievable. The people know they will bring Joplin back and it is that thought to the universe that will make it happen. 

It was a privilege to work there and we will return to help when the time presents itself. This is at least a years project of rehabilitation and restoring and rebuilding.

At this time if you would like more info go to "The city of Joplin" for updates of donations and area of support.