Happy holiday season to all! Due to another event, I will not be able to lead the Dec. 5 yoga pop-up at The Frontier, and The Frontier has ended their yoga program during their Thursday happy hours. Thank you to Amanda, The Frontier, and the folks that participated for providing space during 2019.
Do you have a multipurpose room at a church, school, office building, or elsewhere along with an interest in hosting free community yoga pop-ups, or know of a studio that needs another person to lead yoga practices? If so, let me know. I have time, and need to lead a certain number of yoga practices on a regular basis to complete and maintain my next yoga certification, and have the requisite yoga insurance. My focus is on unwinding, relaxation, and bringing more peace to as many people as possible.
We now have a Meetup for Yoga Pop-Ups with 16 new members here, and I encourage you to join and to invite your friends to join so we have a way to use a shared calendar and notification system that does not cost you any money, and it works well:
Yoga is not about the fancy pose. It is about getting into your head, and your heart. It is about taking what you learn on the mat out into your life off the mat. The practice may include meditation, inversions, back bends, and balancing poses. I encourage everyone to listen to your own body, and to go at your own pace. All are welcome. No judgment. Expect to hear some music, move through some sun salutations, and breathe in time with your movement.
Jim completed RYT200 teacher training in 2015 at Republic of Yoga in Cary, NC, is a member of Yoga Alliance, and is currently enrolled in RYT300 teacher training at Asheville Yoga Center.
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