Dear Yoga for Health Students and Friends,
I am pleased to let you know that the moving of Yoga for Health classes from downtown to my home studio in Lanesville has been a success. I know it’s still Winter and we have more snow predicted, but as I plan for future classes and workshops AND I begin to consider offering YOGA CAMP this summer, I can’t help but smile with the realization that it is almost a year since I left the big studio downtown and brought Yoga for Health to my home studio in Lanesville.
I worried that students wouldn’t make the trip to the northernmost point on Cape Ann. I wondered if the size of the studio would deter people. There were other concerns, but I moved into the changes with faith that if I followed my heart, all would work out. Again. And here we are, a year later, and I am happy to report that all is well at Yoga for Health here in Lanesville.
Do I miss many students who no longer come to my classes? Absolutely. I hope that those who I no longer see in class have found other teachers and studios that continue to inspire them in their Yoga practice.
I am thrilled to have many neighbors who never came to class at the Main Street studios, happily walk over to weekly classes on High Street, and I am excited to be a part of building community connections on this side of the Cape. I'm also happy that many students from Magnolia, Essex and East Gloucester are making the beautiful drive to Lanesville a part of their practice.
Downtown Lanesville has a superb coffee shop, The Grind, to visit after class. We have a terrific hair salon, Prana, and a unique boutique called Wulla. When you come this way, discover the beauty of Lanes Cove. It’s hard to find a more classic scene of New England with fishing boats, lobster pots and the granite rocks that define our magnificent coast.
I thank all of you who have come to my home studio and continue to support Yoga for Health in Lanesville. And I thank all of the many Yoga students who have been in my classes over the years. I am deeply grateful for our time together in Yoga and for sharing the Spiritual Path over the years.
To see the full class schedule go here.
If you can’t make all of the classes in a session, let me know; arrangements can be made. If you can only attend 3 of the 4 classes I can place someone from the “sub” list into the class.
Another suggestion is this: I have been teaching semi-private classes with 2-6 people, scheduled at a convenient time over the weekend.
~Maybe you have a group of friends who would like a monthly class on Sunday morning or Friday afternoon.
~Maybe you have family members who are interested in beginning to practice Yoga but don’t want to walk in “cold” to their first class and want a few private sessions to feel more comfortable with Yoga.
~Maybe you have a birthday, anniversary or wedding coming up and you want to have a Restorative Yoga session with some of your close friends.
Call me and we’ll make a date!
Check the schedule for the next few months.
Please reserve you spot in advance. Space is limited.
Call 978-281-5525 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All classes are $15, or $60 for 4 weeks/$45 for 3 weeks.