Morning Yoga Flow
A new yoga class at the North East Arts Council
beginning Thursday mornings April 6 thru May 25
8 a.m. – 9 a.m.
North East Arts Council members $8/class; guests $10/class
eight weeks .. members $72/guests $56
Salutations to the Sun … Surya Namaskaar
Exploration of Postures .. Asana
integrated breathing practice .. Pranayama
deep rest …. savasana
Deb Phillips RYT500 814.725.4757 email@example.com
Yoga classes will resume at the North East Arts Council promptly in January – resolution ready!
Tuesdays: 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. January 3 – February 7 ….. 6 weeks*
February 28 – April 4 ……… 6 weeks*
Wednesdays: 9:45 – 10:45 a.m. January 4 – February 8 … 6 weeks*
March 1 – April 5 ….. 6 weeks*
Members: $ 8 per class, $42 for 6 weeks
Guests: $10 per class, $54 for 6 weeks
Multi-level classes, beginners always welcome!
Breathe, stretch, smile.
Breathing practice, gentle stretching and relaxation
Saturday November 19 2016
North East Arts Council
15 Vine Street upstairs (elevator available)
Fresh air Yoga classes Trolley Line Vineyards in North East PA
farm to table brunch
Yoga class and guided meditation surrounded by the beautiful natural environment at Trolley Line Vineyards, LTD.
in the Heart of America’s Grape Country
Farm to table brunch prepared by The Cork 1794
Certified Yoga Instructor Deborah Phillips
$45 per person, maximum class size 12 participants
9 AM – noon
available dates: July
9(sold out), 10, 16, 17 August 7, 13, 14
reservations required 814.725.4757 firstname.lastname@example.org
a portion of the proceeds will benefit the North East Arts Council
I’m Jonah and I am eight and one-half months old. I am so happy to live on a farm, but I am a bit of a mischief maker. There are so many wonderful distractions here that I sometimes just wander off in search of fun. This tends to drive my Mistress a bit crazy…..and my big “brother” Samson usually comes along too. We’re both rascals. Our Mistress says that we will learn our manners. I think she means it. Stay tuned……..
Food, glorious food!
It’s a wonderful time of the year here at Trolley Line Vineyards as the garden begins to yield Bounty. Food is essential and good food provides the nutrition that helps our bodies function well. The philosophy of Wine Country Wellness includes the premise that it is very important to eat as close to the Source as possible. While I am busy tending to the gardens and savoring the season’s rewards I am also preserving this goodness for our meals to come. The finest and most remarkable flavors of the food can be enjoyed at harvest time but it is possible to save that deliciousness with canning and freezing methods. I will share some of my favorites as harvest continues.
EAT FOR HEALTH!