September 2016 Newsletter

LAVA SCHOOL OF YOGA

828 Arizona ~ 846.2325

lavaschoolofyoga.com

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Thank you!!!

Thank you Ken and Krista at Trinidad Beer, Liquor & Wine Depot!

Your donation to the Cardango party was greatly appreciated.

Best neighbors EVER!!!!

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LAVA School of Yoga

Teacher Training

This fall begins Session I of our 200­-hour yoga teacher certification.

It could be one of those things that changes your life.

Just saying.

This certification is registered with Yoga Alliance and focuses on how to be the most effective teacher, extensive anatomy and physiology training, asana proficiency and philosophical study.

Class size is very limited. If you or someone you know is interested in this unique training call Jean at 846.2325.

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~Practice Intensive~

Developing Your Personal Practice

Having a personal practice is where your yoga practice really takes off! This class is designed to give each student a customized routine for home practice and lots of inspiration to get on the mat between studio classes!

Saturday October 1

10:30am ­ Noon

$15

Please register by

Wednesday Sept. 28

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Late Summer Drop-in Schedule

Mondays: Pilates 5:30pm-6:15pm

Mondays: Yoga 6:30pm-7:30pm

Tuesdays: Yoga 5:30pm-6:30pm

Wednesdays: Pilates 5:30pm-6:15pm

Wednesdays: Yoga 6:30pm-7:30pm

Thursdays: Yoga 5:30pm-6:30pm

Fridays: Gentle Yoga 8:30am-9:30am

Fridays: Restorative Yoga 5:30pm-6:30pm

Saturdays: Slow Yoga 9am-10am

Restorative Yoga ​takes us to the floor for gentle supportive stretches and lots of time to reflect on the week. Truly the most “unrushed” class!

Slow Yoga​​ gives beginners time to get into and out of the poses and allows experienced folks to have a few more breaths in each pose. Class is from 9am to 10am every Saturday. This is included in your punch cards and monthly passes.

The rest of our Yoga, TaiJi, QiGong and Meditation classes are by registration. You can always find out which classes are available on the website or by calling the studio. There are many levels of training and these classes are continuous.

Private lessons are also available.

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Philosophy Discussion Group

Saturday, September 17th from 10:30am - noon

"What is the importance of literature and its impact on society."

Great conversation and lots of coffee involved.

There is no fee for this group, but please RSVP if you plan to come.

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Noah’s Ark News

Night out for Noah’s is Thursday September 15th!

Please have a wonderful breakfast, lunch or dinner out at any of our participating restaurants including Wendy’s, Nana & Nano’s, Brix, Bella Luna and Bob and Earl’s.

Let these fine establishments know you are supporting them on behalf of Noah’s Ark.

Noah’s Ark Thrift Store

Did you know that all Mens’ and Ladies’ tops and bottoms are only $1 each! There are weekly sales on all kinds of things!

We also have an amazing selection of sporting goods, unique clothing and jewelry, housewares, furniture and shoes! Really cute purses, too!

It’s guilt ­free shopping! You can remember you are helping dogs and cats return home or find a new home every time you shop!

Come and visit us at 147 E. Main St.

10am­ - 6pm M­ - F

10am­ - 4pm Sat.

Donations are accepted during store hours!

There are new sales every week!

Check out all the cool retro housewares and clothing!!!

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Quote of the Month

"Maybe a great magnet pulls all souls towards truth."

-k.d. lang/Ben Mink

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Bishi and Elektra’s Blanket Statement

We had a fine house guest recently.

Our cousin Frumpy came to stay for a few weeks.

He is a very old dog and we learned a lot from him.

We learned that even if your legs start sliding out from under you on the kitchen floor you can always make it look like you always intended to lie down and relax.

We learned that if you make a kind of pathetic sound at the top of the stairs someone will eventually come over and give you a lift.

We learned that when we get old and creaky we will always have Momma and Daddy and Grammas and all of our Aunts and Uncles to help us and love us and feed us even when we are stinky and can‛t quite make it up all the stairs.

Senior dogs have tons of wisdom for us!! We love you Frumpy!!!!!

See you all in class.

Namaste

Jean, Jacki, Terry, Amy, Crystal, Blaine

Elektra and Bishi

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