March’s Restorative Yoga Class! — Upward Is the Direction — This Sunday, March 20th, 1-3 p.m. & Donation-Only Gentle Movement Class This Sunday, March 20th, 11:40 a.m.-12:25 p.m.

March 2016 Quotes
A Little Space Yoga & Tai Chi
A flower’s fragrance declares to all the world that it is fertile, available, and desirable, its sex organs oozing with nectar. Its smell reminds us in vestigial ways of fertility, vigor, life-force, all the optimism, expectancy, and passionate bloom of youth. We inhale its ardent aroma and, no matter what our ages, we feel young and nubile in a world aflame with desire.”
American Poet, Essayist and Naturalist Diane Ackerman (b. 1948)

Hi All,

You are like a plant. Let what is happening in nature this spring inspire you. Come celebrate the beginning of this new season through healing and restorative yoga poses that gently open and encourage the energy to move up the body.

Please email me to sign up, and I will send you a confirmation email.

What: Montly Restorative Yoga Class
Location: A Little Space Yoga & Tai Chi
at First Central Congregational Church
421 South 36th Street
Old Parlor on the Third Floor
Day, Date: This Sunday, March 20th
Time: 1-3 p.m.
Cost: $25 or Bring-a-Friend Offer (and save $5 off the total!
RSVP: Kindly requested by this Wednesday, March 16th. Just email me, and I will send you a confirmation email.


Unless class is canceled by me, prepayment is nonrefundable.

No yoga experience necessary.

: To plan ahead, monthly Restorative Yoga Classes usually happen the third Sunday of each month and have been filling up. The next class will be April 17th. If a Restorative becomes full, I will create a waiting list and always let you know by the Friday before class.

April 17th (Payment Due: Wednesday, 4/13/16)
May 15th (Payment Due: Wednesday, 5/11/16)

: This month’s Donation-Only/Pay-What-You-Can Gentle Movement Class will also occur this Sunday, March 20th, 11:40 a.m.-12:25 p.m. Please come!
Just a Little Bit of Movement
This Sunday, March 20th, is the eighth meeting of the Monthly Donation-Only/Pay-What-You-Can Gentle Movement Class.
Meet us in the back of the Sanctuary at 11:40 a.m. for 45 minutes of gentle movement and gentle stretches and leave feeling better with some simple ideas of how to take care of yourself throughout the entire month.
No experience necessary. No need to sign up. Just show up. Bring a friend if you would like. It is always more fun with a friend! Be motivated together to feel the best you can.
Monthly Sunday
Donation-Only Gentle Movement, 11:40 a.m.-12:25 p.m.
March 20th – This Sunday!
April 17th
May 15th
DONATION-ONLY GENTLE MOVEMENT: If you are unsure of yoga and tai chi and what they mean, you may want to try this Gentle Movement class. This class is exactly what its title says: pay only what you can afford and move gently. Learn to approach the body and yourself in a gentle manner through mindful movement, stretching and breathing and discover the effects that just a little bit of gentle movement can have on you and your body. We all deserve to feel the best we can feel, no matter what age or what ailment.
Take care of you!
May we all hold space for ourselves to breathe, to be, to feel human once more.



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  1. Hello,

    Happy Almost Spring!

    Do you suffer from springtime allergies? I have found Restorative Yoga to be one of the best ways to soothe allergies and congestion and open sinus passages any time of year as it stimulates the body’s relaxation response. Practice lying over a bolster (choose your favorite position for 20 minutes) and then folding forward and resting your head on a brick or on a chair regularly. By just pressing the area between the eyebrows, you can relax the muscles in your face and open your sinuses. Try it now. Breathe and relax.

    You could also practice humming: )
    “Humming for sinusitis

    Sinusitis is a painful condition characterized by inflammation in the area around the nose. Up to 14 percent of people in the United States suffer from sinus diseases that can cause congestion and headaches as well as pain in the inflamed areas. When a person hums, the vibrations can decrease blockages in the sinuses. The action may also lead to an increase in nitric oxide flow. Sufficient nitric oxide flow is important for optimal sinus function, because it helps improve blood flow by dilating the capillary beds.

    In one study, participants experienced an increase in gas exchange in their sinuses from 4 percent to 98 percent. Humming is believed to lengthen a person’s exhalations, which in turns slows breathing and gives the body more time to extract oxygen from the air it takes in.”

    Learn more: The surprising health benefits of humming

    Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 16th, is the last day to sign up for this month’s Restorative Yoga class this Sunday, March 20th.

    Also, this Sunday, March 20th, 11:40 a.m.-12:25 p.m., in the Church Sanctuary, is this month’s Donation-Only Gentle Movement Class. Come move and feel better! Just a little bit of movement does us a lot of good. No need to sign up for this; just show up!

    If you sign up for the Restorative, come early for the Gentle class and move a little and feel better and then go upstairs and lie down and feel great : )

    Just comment here, and I will send you a Confirmation email for the Restorative. Again no sign-up required for the Gentle Movement class.



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