Category: Yoga News

Yoga Schedule October 20th through November 10th (Schedule at the bottom)

Working on the new ski trail. This is going to be fun! Change is always good! Right! And this new trail is going to be great!

This week I had a few things happen that changed my plans. And my plans were great, checking things off the list so I can leave town. But sometimes you have to know when to surrender and when to quit butting your head against the wall. The lawn mower will get fixed. And then I can mow, or maybe the grass is short enough for the winter. ... 

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Yoga Schedule October 13th through October 20th (Schedule at the bottom)

Fall Leaves

The leaf pile is big, there are lots of leaves out there. They aren’t all this drab. But the kids don’t seem to care about anything but the size of the pile. They all love a big pile. This pile has been around a while. So, it is wet on the bottom. So running through beats diving in. Last year bikes were ridden down into and through the piles. I don’t know where the bikes are this year. ... 

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Yoga Schedule October 6th through October 13th (Schedule at the bottom)

I love blue sky and colorful leaves. Fall is an amazing time of year. Hurrying to get ready for winter and at the same time enjoying the last few lazy summer days. The food is good! Fall veggies are great, and I love apples. Apples and cheese, apples and peanut butter, apple pie, apple sauce. The freezer filling up with the abundance of the summer. Preparation. And wood, the most satisfying of all, to be responsible for our own heat. From A Sand County Almanac by Aldo Leopold, “There are two spiritual dangers in not keeping a farm. One is the danger of supposing that breakfast comes from the grocery, and the other that heat comes from the furnace.” ... 

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Yoga Schedule September 29th through October 6th (Schedule at the bottom)

There have been some amazing views for those up for sunrise or out for sundown. When we see through the same eyes from the same direction we see the same view. Time to look from a different perspective. Early, late or upside down. This view above is from Rt. 11 at Bromley

September 29th, Saturday, 8:30-9:30am slow flow,
October 1st, Monday, 9-10:30am, slow flow
October 1st, Monday, 5:30pm slow flow
October 2nd, Tuesday, 7:30-8:30am, stiff and sore
October 3rd, Wednesday, 7:30-8:30am, stiff and sore
October 3rd,Wednesday, 9-10:30am, slow flow
October 5th, Friday ,7:30-8:30am, stiff and sore
October 5th, Friday, 9-10:30am, slow flow
October 6th, Saturday, 8:30-9:30am, slow flow ... 

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Yoga Schedule September 15th through September 22nd (Schedule at the bottom)

Look at the pollen, how do they fly?

How do they fly? They are so full of pollen. The sunflowers mostly are past and they do not all look this beautiful to me. But the birds and the bees are happy! The birds are loud and talking and eating! The bees, well, they are busy!

September 22nd, Saturday, 8:30-9:30am slow flow,this is Peru Fair Day, remember to go to Lover’s Lane to get here.
September 24th, Monday, 9-10:30am, slow flow
September 24th, Monday, 5:30pm slow flow
September 25th, Tuesday, 7:30-8:30am, stiff and sore
September 26th, Wednesday, 7:30-8:30am, stiff and sore
September 26th,Wednesday, 9-10:30am, slow flow
September 28th, Friday ,7:30-8:30am, stiff and sore
September, 28th, Friday, 9-10:30am, slow flow
September 29th, Saturday, 8:30-9:30am, slow flow ... 

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Yoga Schedule September 15th through September 22nd (Schedule at the bottom)

With a little help from my friends.

Everything’s a little easier with a little help from your friends. I love to get things done by myself. But there are many times, when help from friends makes everything better. Whether it is something in yoga, or building a ski trail. Or just letting someone cook you a meal. When I was healing from my new hip, I instinctively would say, “No, I can do it.” I finally surrendered and decided the right answer was, “Thank you! I appreciate the help.” ... 

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Yoga Schedule September 8th through September 15th (Schedule at the bottom)

Quite a few monarchs! Can we start to feel hopeful?

Man, it has been a good summer. The garden has been good. Chuck weeded out the sunflowers like crazy. But, the sunflowers persevered and they are good! There are lots of flowers. Which bring in the gold finch and the hummingbirds. But, the monarchs. Oh, the monarchs, they give me hope. They aren’t back by hundreds, but they are back dozens. And I am appreciating and grateful for the dozens. On Wednesday I used the weed eater on the Middle Blue Jay and on the way back stopped to look at the mint growing wild in a field, and there were the monarchs. Dozens and dozens of monarchs also enjoying the mint growing wild. They need to start heading south, but I am so happy to see them here!  ... 

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