early winter yoga classes

Greetings Friends

As 2023 draws to a close I hope that you have many blessings to warm and comfort you.

Your yoga practice can help to develop and expand a conscious relationship with your breath and body, and help to shine your Inner Light.

Join us for movement, breath awareness, and deep relaxation techniques to support your Wellbeing.

Saturday mornings; 9:30 – 10:30

North East Arts Council, 25 Vine Street

December 30, January 6,13, and 20

$10/class    all levels welcome   please bring a mat

Late Autumn Yoga

Yoga classes in North East at the North East Arts Council

Saturdays, November 18 through December 16

9:30 A.M. $10/class

Members of NEAC may attend all 5 classes for the price of 4

Yoga Classes in North East

Hello yoga friends

Classes resume in North East

Monday mornings, 9:30 a.m., 103 Clay Street, 4 NINE Education Center
classes are free and sponsored by 4 NINE Thrift Store

Saturday mornings, 9:30 a.m. beginning March 4, North East Arts Council
9 week session. $65 for all or $10/class

Contact me with any questions.
Namaste
Deb

[email protected]

2.28.2023

Autumn Yoga

Reflect on your practice in the season of Thanksgiving

join me for classes:

six week session beginning Saturday, November 5, 9:30 a.m. at the North East Arts Council $10/class $50/session of six, $45 for NEAC members

Mondays, beginning November 7, 9:30 a.m. at 4 NINE Education Center, 103 Clay Street classes are free and sponsored by 4 NINE Thrift Store

All are welcome.

Please bring a mat.

Questions? [email protected] 814.460.5589

Rise and Shine

Yoga for Resilience with Deb Phillips, certified instructor

Saturdays , 9 a.m. – 10:15

March 5 – April 9 six weeks

$10 per class

North East Arts Council, 25 Vine Street

$10 per class

Renewal

A young vineyard full of vigor and an old vineyard showing the effects of age and environment. I acknowledge that I will not revisit the energetic level of youth but I have pruning shears in my hand, and I seek the resilience of the old vine that is revealed when I chop away at the years of accumulation. Old cordons and new canes in old vines, woven together as the seasons have progressed. The vines stay alive through each year but they grow tired without attention and renewal and the time has come to tend them, to revive them. So many metaphors for my life are in the vineyard and the vines. What can I cut out of my life that is simply taking up energy …. where can I focus my attention to breathe new life into old roots …. my journey of renewal is a slow and deliberate process, like my progress in the vineyard. Resilience … persistence …. characteristics of a concord grapevine

Frolic! It’s good for you.

Pile on the layers and get outside!

Okay, the wind chill is brrrr and you may not stay out for long ..

find a good companion..

or two ….

and embrace the beauty ..

peace …