Happy November! We look forward to practicing with you this month, where most of our yoga classes will meet in the studio and we bring back a Sunday afternoon yoga class for three Sundays! To make it easy to join us whenever your schedule allows, no pre-registration for yoga is needed: classes are all drop-in and $10.
As a reminder, we welcome vaccinated members of our community to our studio classes and everyone to our outdoor classes. In addition, to follow CDC guidelines, please wear your mask for in-studio classes until Warren County moves below the “significant” level of community transmission. *
In addition to our yoga classes, we are delighted to welcome Danny Brewington back for another meditation workshop, where we will learn tools and practices to enhance our focus. Focusing and witnessing are two skills required for success in all of Life’s endeavors. This 90-minute workshop helps develop our attention span, bringing greater awareness and the ability to stay fixed on the act of witnessing. Students will practice techniques for shifting focus and staying concentrated—important tools in an age of constant distractions.
About Danny: After discovering meditation in 1987, Danny has continued to study and practice both meditation and yoga in a range of traditions. He hopes to inspire others to transform their lives with the power of meditation, and we welcome you to join us on Zoom for the October Meditation Made Easy workshop on Sat., Nov. 13, at 11 a.m. central.
To learn more about Danny, please see his bio on the Sanctuary for Yoga website. To learn more about this workshop, to which we welcome both folks who are new to meditation and those with experience, see its Facebook event. And, when you’re ready to register, sign up here!
For the full November schedule, please see the calendar page or the image below. And let us know how we can help you find the right class or session for your needs!
* Public health: Warren County’s positivity rate and other metrics are trending downward, for which we are very grateful!
However, our county continues at a “high” level of COVID-19 community transmission (per CDC data) and a “substantial” level of community transmission (per state data). Therefore, we follow CDC guidelines that people in “high” or “substantial” regions wear masks in all public indoor spaces.
If you would like help finding a vaccination location or arranging transportation to receive that vaccination, please reply to this email, and Angie will be happy to assist.
(CDC vaccine data, as of Oct. 31: Warren County fully vaccinated: 34.2%, nationally: 57.9%. Warren County 18 and older fully vaccinated: 41.2%, nationally: 69.5%. Kentucky vaccine data was recently adjusted to remove duplicates submitted by Kroger vaccination sites.)