March 2008 - Issue 15
Thank you to everyone who visited us at the Wellness Show at Canada Place Feb 1-3. We had a great time!
Please note that for our Burnaby and Coquitlam locations, you can now download and print a copy of the registration form for classes. You'll find the form on the Classes page with the locations.
Our Sanskrit Chanting Workshop was a success. Fun and learning was had by everyone. Thank you to all who attended!
If you'd like to see us offer any kind of classes or workshops, please drop us a line at email@example.com and let us know.
I wish to thank everyone who applied for the position of Administrative Assistant. The position has been filled.
In this issue you will find the following topics:
3) Partner Yoga
5) Yoga Retreat
10) Quips and Quotes
11) Past Newsletters
14) Email A Friend
Our new schedule will be out probably about mid March. Be sure to see what's being offered by visiting http://www.intoyoga.ca/classes.htm. We have Yoga classes ranging from Beginner to Dynamic Flow, Prenatal, Family, Partners, Baby & Me. Try our Pilates classes or check out the Baby Sign Language. And we still have Body Rolling, Yoga That Fits and lots more too!
Comprised of a series of vinyasa asanas (flowing postures), this class will give you a solid connection to the breath as you flow through a cycle of postures designed to awaken and build a powerful level of energy and heat in the body. Both new and experienced practitioners welcome. Offered at Hastings Community Center and Sunset Community Center. View all our classes at http://www.intoyoga.ca/classes.htm.
See the link in Interesting Sites to find out what you won't see in our Dynamic Flow Yoga classes.
Creating union is the essence of Yoga. Creating unity in postures with another person can cultivate a sense of balance and well-being offering valuable insight and understanding into any loving relationship. The practice of partner yoga explores the understanding of postures, the importance of breathing techniques and the mind-body connection and allows partners to learn and explore aspects which are unattainable through individual Yoga practice. Exploring Yoga with a lover, friend, family member or any other loving relationship can also deepen your interpersonal connections. These classes can be found at Sunset Community Center. See all our classes at http://www.intoyoga.ca/classes.htm.
We want to help create a stress-free environment at work. We believe that staff who take the time to breathe and realign themselves, work better and enjoy their jobs more.
Our rates begin as low as $5 a class. Please call us today for more information or to set up classes for your work place. Call 604-421-9872 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our Corporate page on our website at www.intoyoga.ca/corporate.htm.
This July two thousand people will participate in the Camp Moomba Yogathon & Blissfest to raise funds for children impacted by HIV/AIDS. The much needed funds raised from this event will help send a child to summer camp for an experience of a lifetime!
Participants collect pledges prior to the event. They convene to practice 108 minutes of yoga in the largest outdoor yoga class in Vancouver. UBC Thunderbird Stadium will host Western Canadaís largest gathering of yoga instructors, yoga students, health and wellness professionals, and regular folks who share our passion for love and bliss! This event has quickly become Vancouverís most anticipated annual yoga event and is already in its 6th year.
But wait... itís not just about yoga, thereís a Blissfest Marketplace (a showcase of sustainable consumer products, clothing, services and delicacies), a fashion show, and musical performances by Eileen Rothe and the Ghost Brothers! You get all of this and more for a $20 donation!
Find out more or register on line at www.campmoombayogathon.com/Home.html.
Here's a Yoga Crossword for you http://www.fityoga.com/html/archive/articles/feb_07/yoga_crossword.pdf
What you won't find in our Dynamic Yoga Class http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3K8g8HdrKTE&NR=1
The Yoga Garden Game created by an entrepreneurial mommy http://www.theyogagarden.com. Looks kind of interesting.
Barley is high in healthy carbs, has a moderate amount of protein, and contains calcium, phosphorus and B vitamins. With its emphasis on vegetables and absence of meat, this soup is a natural fit for those who want to promote heart health.BARLEY SOUP (serves 6)
3/4 cup pearl barley
1. In a saucepan, combine the barley and 3 cups of vegetable stock. Bring to
a boil over medium heat, cover, and simmer for 1 hour, or until the liquid is
For the man who understands the meaning of life, his mind is like a mirror. When something crops up, he fully understands the situation and responds with all his being. When it is over, he holds nothing. Have no concern for what is to come and what has passed. ~Zhuang Zi
You may read past Newsletters on our website by going to www.intoyoga.ca/articles.htm and clicking on the Newsletters link.
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