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AromaYoga, 20-40min Home Practice, Yoga for Chronic Pain, Food Drive,

AromaYoga, 20-40min Home Practice, Yoga for Chronic Pain, Food Drive,

AromaYoga, 20-40min Home Practice, Yoga for Chronic Pain, Food Drive,

Hello and Happy February to All.

Workshops at NW Community Yoga

Aromatherapy, Chakra and Yoga Workshop
Sunday February 27th
1:15-3:00pm
Rochelle Clark LMP & Diane Anderson RYT
$35

Please read about this exciting, educational and healing workshop that allows the student experience Pure Essential Oils during Yoga. Diane and Rochelle will also help you cleanse your body, and balance your Chakras with these amazing oils and yoga asanas. www.nwcommyoga.com/workshops.html

Keeping it Simple: Learn to Create a Balanced Yoga Practice in Just 20 or 40 Minutes!
Sunday, March 6th
1:15-2:45pm
$30

It has often been said that it is much more beneficial to practice yoga more frequently for a shorter period of time, than it is to practice yoga less often, but for a longer duration. This has been my style of practice for many years. I feel and see the benefits mentally, physically and most importantly: The Spiritual Intention/Connection.

Yoga for Chronic Pain: Workshop and Series
4 Sundays, 7-8:30pm April 3rd through April 24th
Carey De Martini LMHC , ATR-BC, RYT 500
Cell 206.200.2173
Cost: $95

Research has shown that chronic pain is not just a physical experience nor is it “all in your head.” Chronic pain affects not only the physical body, but also the mind and emotions and vice versa. Yoga can help you access the mind and body’s natural healing abilities through breathing, meditation, guided visualization, gentle movement, and relaxation. Yoga can help you build a healthy mind/body connection in part via resetting the nervous system and allowing you to gain the restorative and regenerative benefits from the stimulation of the parasympathetic nervous system. By de-stressing you can increase your body’s pain-suppressing systems and help your body recover from injury and illness. Yoga can teach you how to use your mind as a resource and help you find a refuge from the pain.

Food Drive for NW Harvest and Free Yoga Class with Carey DeMartini
Match 20th
1:15-2:15pm

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead

According to Northwest Harvest, one in 7 households in Washington struggled to provide enough food for their family in 2010. Washington now ranks as the 13th hungriest state in the nation. Let us focus on what is possible as we come together in community and support others as we do so. Come and nurture your mind, body, and spirit in a free yoga class and support our greater community with a donation of non-perishable food and/or a monetary donation. We will join our voices together through chanting, support one another in a partner pose, focus on core strengthening to help build our resolve, draw on our strengths in standing poses, and dedicate some time at the end of our practice for a mindful meditation and relaxation.

Please bring non-perishable food and/or a monetary donation to be made to Northwest Harvest. Northwest Harvest is in special need of infant formula, baby food, canned fruit, and canned meats or veggies, cereal, pasta, soup, and items for seniors and those on restricted diets.

New Classes & Teachers

Our current staff of teachers that we have now is just exceptional! I am very impressed with the teaching styles, great experience and etiquette of these 3 wonderful women, as well as our long time NW Community Yoga Staff.

New Teachers

Emily Murray

Emily discovered yoga a number of years ago, but an intensive workshop in late 2005 caused a big shift in perspective and brought the idea of teaching to light. Since that time she’s practiced with many teachers in studios all around the Seattle area, savoring each unique style and personality, and observing the powerful effects this ancient practice has on the body and mind. In 2008 Emily completed her 200 hour certification with Teresa Elliott and Kathryn Payne of Pacific Yoga, and began teaching full time in early 2009. These days she continues to integrate the practice and teaching of yoga into her daily life… both on and off the mat… relishing the beautiful cohesion and grounding in life that this philosophy brings.

Danielle MacKay

Danielle initially sought out yoga as a way to alleviate stress. Nearly ten years of practice have offered her increasingly longer stretches of stress-free living, a healthier body image, protection against running injuries, and much more. Above all, yoga re-sparked in her life a magic that had been occluded. Marni Task helped her to see this magic most vividly, so she was thrilled to have the opportunity to train under her for her 200 hour level certification in Jivasara, Marni’s unique melding of the Jivamukti and Anusara schools. With gratitude to all her teachers from inside and outside studios, she tries to reflect a bit of what they have given her in her classes using spiritual readings, good music, and lots of love.

Jessica Logan

Having studied Zen meditation and mindfulness in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh, Jessica Logan came to yoga looking for a method of meditative movement to accompany her Buddhist sitting meditation practice. It was love at first downward dog! Jessica is a 200-Registered Yoga Teacher, having received her initial training in “Classical Yoga” at the Sivananda Ashram under the guidance of Swami Sita Ramananda. Her training and time spent living at the ashram gave her a firm foundation in both asana and yoga philosophy. Jessica has also studied Baptiste Power Vinyasa with Lisa Black. pre/postnatal yoga with Anne Phyfe Palmer of 8 Limbs Yoga and Insight Yoga with Lisa Powers. She is currently training in the advanced teacher certification at 8Limbs Yoga Studio. Jessica holds a master’s degree in education, and as a teacher is dedicated to sharing her lifelong quest for knowledge and self awareness with people of all ages.

Class Changes

Carey Di Martini is now teaching a Level 1-2 class on Thursday evenings at 7:15pm.
Emily Murray teaches both on Monday evenings at 6:00pm and on Fridays at 12:00pm.
Jessica Logan now teaches Saturday AM?s at 9:15am class and a new Monday 12:00pm class.
Diane Anderson is now teaching another Beginner/Restorative class on Thursday Eve?s at 6:00pm.
Danielle is now teaching a Level 2 Hatha Flow Class on Sunday at 12:00pm.
Annie Price is now teaching the 10:30am Level 1-2 class on Sundays.

Please see our most up-to-date current class schedule below.

With Deep Gratitude

Diane and Staff
February 17, 2011

12:00 PM Hatha Flow Level II JESSICA (NEW CLASS)
4:30 PM Basic/Restorative Level I/II DIANE
6:00 PM Hatha Flow Level II EMILY

TUESDAY
12:00 PM Hatha Flow Level I/II SEANNA
4:30 PM Pilates Mat Level I/II KRISTINA
6:00 PM Basic Hatha Level I/II LIZIAH

WEDNESDAY
3:30 PM Extra Gentle Healing Yoga (1 hr) DIANE
5:00 PM Basic Flow Level I/II (1 hr) DIANE
6:15 PM Yoga for Stress Relief Level I MEGAN

4:30 PM Basic & Flow Level II (1 hr) DIANE
6:00 PM Beginner/Restorative I (1hr) DIANE (New Beg/Restore Class)
7:15 PM Basics Level I/II CAREY DIMARTIN

12:00 PM Hatha Flow Level II EMILY
5:00 PM Basic/Restorative Level I (1 hr) MEGAN

9:15 AM Hatha & Flow Level II JESSICA (NEW TEACHER)
10:45 AM Basic/Beginner Level I/II LIZIAH
12:30 PM Pilates Mat Level I/II (1 hr) DEBRA

9:00 AM General Hatha Level I/II CAREY
10:30 AM Hatha Flow Level II ANNIE (NEW TEACHER!)
12:00 PM Hatha Flow Level I/II DANIELLE (NEW CLASS & TEACHER)

P R I C E S
$ 15 single class $115 1 mo unlimited
$ 50 4 class pass (valid 30 days) $325 3 mo unlimited
$ 70 5 class pass (valid 6 mo) $540 6 mo unlimited
$120 10 class pass (valid 60 days)

No Refunds. Class cards cannot be shared.

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Please read about this exciting, educational and healing workshop that allows the student experience Pure Essential Oils during Yoga. Diane and Rochelle will also help you cleanse your body, and balance your Chakras with these amazing oils and yoga asanas. www.nwcommyoga.com/workshops.html
Keeping it Simple: Learn to Create a Balanced Yoga Practice in Just 20 or 40 Minutes!
It has often been said that it is much more beneficial to practice yoga more frequently for a shorter period of time, than it is to practice yoga less often, but for a longer duration. This has been my style of practice for many years. I feel and see the benefits mentally, physically and most importantly: The Spiritual Intention/Connection.www.nwcommyoga.com/workshops.html
Cost: $95www.nwcommyoga.com/workshops.html
Research has shown that chronic pain is not just a physical experience nor is it “all in your head.” Chronic pain affects not only the physical body, but also the mind and emotions and vice versa. Yoga can help you access the mind and body’s natural healing abilities through breathing, meditation, guided visualization, gentle movement, and relaxation. Yoga can help you build a healthy mind/body connection in part via resetting the nervous system and allowing you to gain the restorative and regenerative benefits from the stimulation of the parasympathetic nervous system. By de-stressing you can increase your body’s pain-suppressing systems and help your body recover from injury and illness. Yoga can teach you how to use your mind as a resource and help you find a refuge from the pain.
Our current staff of teachers that we have now is just exceptional! I am very impressed with the teaching styles, great experience and etiquette of these 3 wonderful women, as well as our long time NW Community Yoga Staff.
Emily discovered yoga a number of years ago, but an intensive workshop in late 2005 caused a big shift in perspective and brought the idea of teaching to light. Since that time she’s practiced with many teachers in studios all around the Seattle area, savoring each unique style and personality, and observing the powerful effects this ancient practice has on the body and mind. In 2008 Emily completed her 200 hour certification with Teresa Elliott and Kathryn Payne of Pacific Yoga, and began teaching full time in early 2009. These days she continues to integrate the practice and teaching of yoga into her daily life… both on and off the mat… relishing the beautiful cohesion and grounding in life that this philosophy brings.
 
Danielle initially sought out yoga as a way to alleviate stress. Nearly ten years of practice have offered her increasingly longer stretches of stress-free living, a healthier body image, protection against running injuries, and much more. Above all, yoga re-sparked in her life a magic that had been occluded. Marni Task helped her to see this magic most vividly, so she was thrilled to have the opportunity to train under her for her 200 hour level certification in Jivasara, Marni’s unique melding of the Jivamukti and Anusara schools. With gratitude to all her teachers from inside and outside studios, she tries to reflect a bit of what they have given her in her classes using spiritual readings, good music, and lots of love.
Having studied Zen meditation and mindfulness in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh, Jessica Logan came to yoga looking for a method of meditative movement to accompany her Buddhist sitting meditation practice. It was love at first downward dog! Jessica is a 200-Registered Yoga Teacher, having received her initial training in “Classical Yoga” at the Sivananda Ashram under the guidance of Swami Sita Ramananda. Her training and time spent living at the ashram gave her a firm foundation in both asana and yoga philosophy. Jessica has also studied Baptiste Power Vinyasa with Lisa Black. pre/postnatal yoga with Anne Phyfe Palmer of 8 Limbs Yoga and Insight Yoga with Lisa Powers. She is currently training in the advanced teacher certification at 8Limbs Yoga Studio. Jessica holds a master’s degree in education, and as a teacher is dedicated to sharing her lifelong quest for knowledge and self awareness with people of all ages.
Carey Di Martini is now teaching a Level 1-2 class on Thursday evenings at 7:15pm.Emily Murray teaches both on Monday evenings at 6:00pm and on Fridays at 12:00pm.Jessica Logan now teaches Saturday AM’s at 9:15am class and a new Monday 12:00pm class.Diane Anderson is now teaching another Beginner/Restorative class on Thursday Eve’s at 6:00pm.Danielle is now teaching a Level 2 Hatha Flow Class on Sunday at 12:00pm.Annie Price is now teaching the 10:30am Level 1-2 class on Sundays.
Diane and Staff February 17, 2011
6:00 PM Hatha Flow Level II EMILY
6:00 PM Beginner/Restorative I (1hr) DIANE (New Beg/Restore Class)
7:15 PM Basics Level I/II CAREY DIMARTIN
P R I C E S$ 15 single class                 $115 1 mo unlimited
$ 50 4 class pass (valid 30 days) $325 3 mo unlimited
$ 70 5 class pass (valid 6 mo)    $540 6 mo unlimited

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