This week we wrap up our Holiday Session at Peaceful Hands Yoga with classes on Monday, 12/16 and Wednesday, 12/18 at our regular times:
4:30 p.m. – Level 1
6:00 p.m. – Level 1 / Level 2
Classes this week – our last of 2019 – will use the breath, mudras, and gentle movement in a special combination to soothe the body, quiet the mind, and warm the heart.
Even if you’ve fallen out of your Yoga routine – or haven’t started one yet – this might be a nice way to ease into the busy holiday sprint ahead.
Then we’ll be off until the Winter Session which begins on …
New Year’s Day!
We’ll kick-off 2020 with a Kundalini-inspired morning class at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, January 1.
As always, come to the New Year’s Day morning class and if you register and pay for the 8-week Winter Session that day, then your New Year’s class is free!
Our 8-week Winter session will begin, for real, the following Monday, January 6, 2020.
Drop-in’s are welcome, too, of course … $13, as always.
I’ll have all the dates of the Winter session (including the Saturday morning class dates) for you soon. (Soon-ish.) Everything remains the same as 2019 – same pricing, same 8-week sessions, same one-Saturday-morning-class-a-month.
I hope it includes you, too.
And, a little milestone …
Moving Day, December 2014
This month marks our FIFTH YEAR at our Peaceful Hands Studio on Warren Street. When we made the move from our smaller studio, I worried that the space would be too big, the floors a little too squeaky, and that it just wouldn’t work.
It works. But, not because of the space, itself. The floors are still a little squeaky in spots. But, it works because of you. Because of the love and energy and support you bring to the space. It works because you unroll your mat with us.
Ocean Wall. Sand Wall. Colored Lights. Those things are just that … things. What makes Peaceful Hands a family is you.
I thank you for being part of our Yoga community. And, if you haven’t joined us yet, I invite you to come by and give us a try. We’re nothing fancy. But, we’re Yoga. And, we’re a family.
Joyful’iciously Yours, Jackie