If this were any other year, we’d be kicking off YogaPalooza this week.
It would be our 13th annual Summer of Yoga fun.
While gyms and fitness classes have been allowed to reopen, I continue to feel it’s important for us to not take the risks that would come from an in-person Yoga class – so Peaceful Hands Yoga on Warren Street remains closed. (For now.)
But, it’s not all disappointing news.
Yoga IS Still Happening!
First, I’ve been moving forward with figuring out how we can, eventually, reopen safely, using rigid social distancing guidelines which will, of course, limit class size.
To that end, when we reopen – whenever that will be – you’ll sign up for a class on a user-friendly online system that will guarantee your spot. And, if a class is full, there’s a nifty “waiting list” feature that will ensure if someone opts out of the class, you can slip in.
I promise you, once you get the hang of it, you’ll love the convenience. I’ll share more on that when we get closer.
And, second, the Peaceful Hands Yoga At Home “Ether Studio” has launched into something new! Since March, I’ve uploaded more than 20 easy-to-stream online audio classes, with new classes added every week.
They come in different shapes and sizes – from studio-length classes to super quick practices.
In July, Peaceful Hands Yoga At Home has become a Subscriber’s site – which offers full 24-7 access to all the classes and, for “Super Users,” access to premium content.
Your membership to our Yoga At Home “Ether Studio” not only gives you a way to inspire your at-home practice, it makes it possible for me to continue to create and post audios, as well as help keep our Peaceful Hands community together.
I hope you’ll join us.
You can learn more about our Yoga At Home “Ether Studio” here.
And, if you’re ready to sign up, just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll get you set up.
(For those of you who have already signed up … our newest class will be on its way to you on Wednesday!)
I want to thank you for your kindness, support, suggestions, and generosity during these challenging and topsy-turvy months. I have always thought we are more than a Yoga studio – we are a family. And, your kindness and encouragement during this difficult time has proven that and made me more determined than ever to keep our Yoga spirit alive.
I am grateful beyond measure. And, I look forward to seeing you on the mat. (And, until then … in our “Ether Studio.”)
Keep YogaPalooza Alive In Your Heart!
Palooza’liciously Yours, Jackie