Happy St. Patrick's Day!


~ Pinching those not wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day is an American tradition, having really nothing to do with Ireland or St. Patrick.
~ It’s thought that the pinching started in the early 1700s, about the time that awareness of St. Patrick’s as a holiday came to the fore … They thought if you wore green, it made you invisible to the Leprechauns, which was good because they would pinch anyone they could see.
~ So the pinching is to warn and remind you about the Leprechauns
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Thoughts on a yoga practice: Yoga and meditation developed over thousands of years for spiritual reasons: to enable devotees to go beyond their mental soundtracks and realize their essential divine natures. Now many people employ these wonderful tools for psychological reasons: for a respite from their busy mental “to-do” lists, for a few moments of solace during their stressful days, to empty their minds and reboot their psychic and emotional hard-drives.
Come to one of my classes and re-charge, take a fun break, get refreshed by feeling your power and finding joy in the simple pleasures of your breathe, your strong body & your steady mind.

Workshop February 12th, 2 - 4pm

“Strong in Your Center, Connected to Your Vision” 

Life sometimes throws you off your center. As you step firmly into the new year, step into deep presence.  A presence that re-connects you to your mightiness and your vision. Join me and the devoted community of Studio Rincon yogis as we build strength in fun arm balances & find softness in joyful hip openers. 
Ending in a savasana to delight your soul into a deep state of peaceful well-being. Please bring a journal to explore practices that help you feel amazing on a daily basis.

www.studiorincon.com (click on workshops). 
Appropriate for all levels.   $25 in advance;  $30 on day of workshop.