Yoga for health in the Iyengar Tradition

Iyengar Yoga Institute of Central PA

Fall Newsletter 2019

Dedicated to the teachings of Sri BKS Iyengar

Yoga News is Good News - Fall 2019

Dear Friend in Yoga,
      The Autumn Equinox is only a few weeks away, yet you can feel the subtle changes of the new season approach. Each season carries both physical and symbolic reminders that Mother Nature has incredible influence on our lives – much like that of Yoga.  Yoga is a force of nature. Like autumn, yoga helps us harvest the bounty of our practice to face the mysteries of change.  Through our practice we reap the fruits of our labor and bring balance and harmony within and without. Yoga enables us to increase our energy and like autumn, signals us to conserve our resources as well. May we enjoy the beauty of the season and like falling leaves, the freedom of letting go.

  After our two week interim session (Aug 26 – Sept 7), the new Fall Yoga schedule begins the week of September 9th.  This includes a new 5 week 

Introductory session on Thursdays at 5:30 pm with Kelly.  Please tell your friends that this is great way to get started with Yoga.

  Also we are very happy to have Peg Spear back on the mat after an injury last Spring. Peg has this special message for her students:

  Dear CWB students,

    I am happy to report that I am continuing to heal and am excited to return to teaching in September.  The Friday 9 am  class will resume, starting September 13.  I hope you have had a great summer and look forward to seeing you soon at the CWB.

  Namaste,   Peg

WORKSHOPS

      To see Dean or Rebecca's out of town teaching schedule, please click on their name respectively: Dean - Rebecca.

      Mark your calendar! Several local workshops are now open for registration.These include our May intensive, August intensive and our two annual Teacher Training intensives - Introductory level and Intermediate Jr / Senior I respectively, this coming February, 2020. Please see our Special Events page for details.  Local students are welcome! Please inquire if interested.

 

HOUSE KEEPING MATTERS:

       Handicap Parking at the CWB: Easy access parking is reserved for the entire front of the building for those who need easy access to the Center. Regular parking locations are in the rear parking lot, the street and alley above the post office. Please respect the needs for those requiring ease of entry into the building and park accordingly. Thank you! 

       Clothes Abandoned at the CWB: Lost and Found Box is in the cloakroom on the shelf for small, personal items left at the Center. Clothing items found after yoga class/massage therapy are hung on hangers/ footwear is on the floor - in the back corner of the cloakroom. Any items unclaimed after 3 months are donated to Goodwill. 

      Please note - if you have left or lost jewelry at the CWB, please contact Donna, our office manager.

Hope to see you soon.

Namaste,

Dean & Rebecca