community vinyasa slow flow yoga

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Thursdays from 5:45 PM to 7:15 PM
Smiling Circle Yoga
312 W. Chatham St. #203, Cary, NC
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community vinyasa slow flow yoga

Thursday, Nov 19, 2015, 5:45 PM

Smiling Circle Yoga
312 W. Chatham St. #203 Cary, NC

6 yogis and yoginis Attending

Join us for community vinyasa slow flow yoga on most Thursdays from 5:45 PM to 7:15 PM. Show up at 5:45 PM if it is your first visit to Smiling Circle Yoga so you may complete the one-time registration form. We plan to practice from 6-7 PM and have buffer to clear the house for their next event. Class Passes for Smiling Circle Yoga and donations ar…

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Join us for community vinyasa slow flow yoga on most Thursdays from 5:45 PM to 7:15 PM. Show up at 5:45 PM if it is your first visit to Smiling Circle Yoga so you may complete the one-time registration form. We plan to practice from 6-7 PM and have buffer to clear the house for their next event. Class Passes for Smiling Circle Yoga and donations are accepted yet not required.

Namaste,

Jim

Jim Ray, President

Neuse Networks – Managed Services Behind the Scenes, After-Hours, and Out of Your Way since 1997

webwww.neuse.net phone: 919-838-1672 x100 email: jim@neuse.net

For service, email ticket@neuse.net and call 919-838-1672 option 1.

Jim, RYT 200, teaches yoga, practices yoga on a regular basis, and formed Neuse Networks in 1997 that specializes in managed services (MSP) to remotely automate IT maintenance and to take IT labor out of the equation. He focuses on combining conventional client/server technologies with virtualization, mobility, and cloud technologies to implement computer networks for voice, video, and data. His education includes Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from NC State 1985. He has been in IEEE since 1980 (Senior Member, past Chair for Eastern North Carolina Section 2010, past Chair for NC State Student Branch 1981). He lives in Cary, NC with his wife and two sons.

Jim Ray

Moment of Inspiration and Gratitude for Yoga Practice

So, why do I spend time with yoga? Because it helps me change the way I think, feel, and move. I have been blessed with wonderful teachers that have helped me develop my practice to share with others the way my teachers have shared with me. It is a very selfish motive in one person’s eyes and a very selfless motive in another person’s eyes when one takes love and compassion off the mat and out into the world in everything we think, say, and do.

I had my moment of inspiration and gratitude for yoga practice this morning when I checked my email and saw a beautiful senior yogini make multiple additional reservations for my free community practice at my house on Saturday afternoons. It brings me great joy to share my practice with others and to see progress occur. My practice is decidedly slow and gentle. It is not for everyone. I am and will always be a student of yoga. Losing the use of my left leg without equipment for two years after skiing accident in 2010 helped me appreciate yoga because no one judged me for doing or for not doing any given pose. I learned to breathe, to purge my mind of all things that do not serve me, to smile brighter, and to love deeper.

If I am able to touch one other soul and to help that person also develop a practice, then one of my primary goals shall be met.

Namaste,

Jim

Jim Ray

Jim formed Neuse Networks in 1997 and specializes in managed services to remotely automate IT maintenance and to take IT labor out of the equation. He focuses on combining conventional client/server technologies with virtualization, mobility, and cloud technologies to implement computer networks for voice, video, and data. His education includes Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from NC State. Senior Member, IEEE.

Jim Ray, President
Neuse Networks
web: www.neuse.net direct extension: 919-838-1672 x100 cell phone: 919-606-1772 skype: neusedotnet email: jim@neuse.net

Cary Yoga Teacher Meetup

Sun & clouds
Gathering of Teachers and Teachers in Training to study yoga poses, assists, and sequences for Continuing Education.
Some of the folks in the teacher training class have expressed an interest in gathering for practice outside of the class room training. This Meetup intends to facilitate that gathering.
Regards,
Jim
 Jim Ray