- March 2023 schedule: 34 classes, yoga social, book club continues
- February (2023) schedule: 32 classes + return of book club!
- Return of the book club! Join us Sun., Feb. 26, to discuss Stolen Focus!
- Welcoming 2023: 38 yoga classes, meditation workshop, social opportunities
- Meditation Made Easy returns on Jan. 21, 2023!
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Category Archives: book club
October 2018 focus and class schedule (including anniversary events!)
This month, we turn attention to yoga sutra 2.46: The posture (asana) for yoga meditation should be steady, stable, and motionless, as well as comfortable, and this is the third of the eight rungs of yoga (sthira sukham asanam). Ideally, … Continue reading
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October Book Club meeting: Sun., 10/7, 1:30 p.m.
Mark your calendars: our next book club meeting is Sun., Oct. 7, 1:30 p.m.! Continue reading
Posted in benefits of yoga, book club, purpose of yoga, schedule Tagged Andrea Marcum, Cassandra Cantrell, Pema Chodron 1 Comment
May 2018 focus and class schedule
Continuing with our studies of the yoga sutras, this month we’ll look at sutra 2.1: Yoga in the form of action (kriya yoga) has three parts: 1) training and purifying the senses (tapas), 2) self-study in the context of teachings … Continue reading
Book Club: Meditation for the Love of It on Sun., May 20, 1:30 p.m.
Curious about meditation? Interested in beginning a meditation practice? Already an experienced meditator? Our next book club book has something for everyone—Sally Kempton brings her 40 years of experience to Meditation for the Love of It: Enjoying Your Own Deepest … Continue reading
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Book Club: Why Buddhism is True on Sun., Feb. 18, 1:30 p.m.
Looking for something to occupy your snow day today? Why not start our next book for the 4yoga book club? Our quarterly book club will next meet on Sunday, February 18, at 1:30 p.m. We look forward to discussing Robert … Continue reading
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October 2017 focus (Ishvara Pranidhana) and class schedule
As we notice the changing colors of plants and the softer, lower light of the sun in Autumn, we see there is beauty in letting go. Plants let go of active growth as they shut down the process of producing … Continue reading
June 2017 focus and class schedule
It seems that everyone is feeling the joy of lush, new growth and the beauty of early summer with uplifting spirits! Focusing on purification of the body and mind this month seems appropriate, like sitting in a beautiful garden with … Continue reading
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June book club: join us on Sun., 6/11, at 1:30 p.m.
On Sun., June 11, our quarterly book club, hosted by Cassandra Cantrell, will hold its third meeting. We hope you can join us at 1:30 p.m. for tea, snacks, and discussion of elements of both of these books. Even if … Continue reading
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Next book club meeting: Baron Baptiste’s Perfectly Imperfect
At our inaugural 4yoga book club meeting in January, members enjoyed a lively discussion about Cyndi Lee’s May I Be Happy: A Memoir of Love, Yoga, and Changing My Mind. We also selected our next book: Baron Baptiste’s Perfectly Imperfect: The … Continue reading
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