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Eugene Yoga and Wellness December 2019 Newsletter

Patience. Persistence. Introspection.
     Patience. Persistence. Introspection. This past year has been a study in each of these characteristics as the enormity of being steward of Eugene Yoga has become very real. As December 21st (the one-year anniversary of my ownership) approaches, I want to send heartfelt thanks to each of you for choosing to support your practice with our community. I hope you will make time on Saturday Dec 21st to celebrate with us at either location – come to practice early or stay late for a cup of tea and some delicious small bites, and learn more about some of our new initiatives…
     We are launching a blog! Yoga lifestyle is the broad theme, and we encourage you to participate by contributing your own writing ([email protected]), or by commenting on our posts. We’ll be sharing these through social media. Please like/friend/follow us on social media (instagram, fb, twitter) or bookmark our website. 
     In 2020, we’re stepping more deeply into the role of educator with once-a-month special classes that explore various aspects of yoga. Are you curious about the subtle body? Energy channels? Functional anatomy? Human movement? Your Breath? The Eight Limbs? The Bhagavad Gita? The Yoga Sutras, and more? Set aside the afternoons of the 4th Sunday of each month for these informative, interactive classes with a variety of Eugene Yoga teachers. Topics, teachers, timing and price are all being finalized and will be posted on our website and on flyers in the studios soon. 

     All of us at Eugene Yoga celebrate with you every time you grace our studios with your presence; every time you take a deep breath in the company of our community; every time you drop in to deepen the connection with your body, your mind, your spirit. We encourage you to share your thoughts about your practice in the form of a blog post, comment, online business review, and word-of-mouth. I am always interested to hear your thoughts about our offerings and your suggestions for enhancing our spaces and our community. Thank you again for making Eugene Yoga all that it is.

~Valerie

Save the dates!

Anniversary Celebration
and
Winter Solstice

Save the date and celebrate with us on December 21st.
Join us at either location before or after your class for some tea and light snacks.

Christmas and New Year

Holiday Closures
On Tuesdays, December 24th and December 31st all morning classes are as regularly scheduled, but both studios will be closed in the afternoon/evening.
The last classes will start at 12:00pm (DT) and 12:15pm (South).
On
Wednesdays, December 25th and January 1st there will be one cash-only donation based class offered at the Downtown location.
All other regularly scheduled classes are cancelled. 

12/25: 11:00am-12:15pm — Winter Wonderland Cozy Slow Flow w/ Laura B. (DT)
1/1: 10:00-11:15am — 2020 Vision w/ Cari Lyn (DT)

OTHER CLASSES CANCELLED DUE TO THE HOLIDAYS
Thursdays, 12/26 and 1/2 — 6:30am Sunrise Yoga w/ Bodhi (DT)

Free Introduction To Yoga Class
Are you curious about yoga? Wonder what the hype is all about? Think you’re too stiff? Come to our next 90 minute FREE Introduction to Yoga and find out for yourself! You’ll learn a little about the history and philosophy of this ancient lifestyle practice, and how it became ‘westernized’. You’ll be introduced to the basics of a yoga class: specialized breathing techniques, simple meditations, yoga exercises, and how, when and why to use blocks, straps and blankets to enhance your practice. Wear comfortable gym clothes (spandex not required!) in layers – we will spend much of the class in gentle movement but there will be short periods of sitting or lying in stillness. 
Next session is Sunday, December 8, 12:00-1:30pm, Downtown.
245 E. Broadway. 
Click here to enroll.

Eugene Yoga Events
More Information

 

Sound Meditation w/ Amy Green
7:30-8:30pm on Mondays, 12/9, 1/13, 2/10, 3/9, 4/13, 5/11
$18 each, or any 3 sessions for $50 thru 2019
$20 each, or any 3 sessions for $55 starting in 2020
South, 3575 Donald St
More info

 

De-Stress for the Holidays – Gentle Yoga with Yoga Nidra DONATION CLASS w/ Lisa Namyet
3:00-4:30pm on Sunday, 12/15
$8-$15 suggested (no one turned away due to lack of funds)
South, 3575 Donald St
More info

 

Four Purifications: A Dive Into Breath and Bandhas w/ Bodhi
5:30-7:30pm on Thursday, 1/9
$20 when registered by 1/7, $25 at the door
South, 3575 Donald St
More info

 

iRest Meditation Series for Trauma, Insomnia and Pain w/ Lisa Namyet
12:15-1:45pm on Thursdays, 1/16-3/5
$90, please pre-register by 1/13
South, 3575 Donald St
More info

 

Imagination Yoga: Inspiring Kids To Move w/ Diane Campbell
1:00-3:00pm on Sunday, 1/19
$20 by 1/17, $25 day of
South, 3575 Donald St
More info

Looking to purchase a gift card? Visit Unique Eugene for special offers supporting local businesses, or select an amount of your choosing. 

Fragrance Free in Studios
Please help us keep our studios fragrance free by limiting the use of scented body and personal hygiene maintenance products.

Reminders

Free Yoga Nidra
Our Yoga Nidra classes are always free for anyone undergoing active treatment for cancer.

Parking for The Downtown Location
We validate for 2 hours at the Overpark (10th & Oak) and Parcade (8th & Willamette) parking garages, which are also free on weekends. Metered street parking directly in front of our building (Monday through Saturday from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm). Parking is $1/hr at the city lot behind our building (8th & Pearl) and free if you enter after 6 pm or on Sundays. Two-hour free on-street parking between 7th to 11th Ave from Lincoln St to Willamette St (Monday through Saturday from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm). After 5 pm and on Sunday, you can park in the bank parking lot adjacent to our building.

Studio Etiquette
Please arrive on time or early for class, but if arriving late is your only option, please lay out your mat and props as quietly as possible. Please also make sure all electronic devices are silenced or turned off before entering the studios.

Eugene Weekly 2019-2020
Eugene Weekly 2018-2019

Eugene Yoga is honored to support The Trauma Healing Project with affordable yoga for their clients, staff, and volunteers. We share their vision of creating a vibrant healing community. Please take a moment to check out their website for more information.

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