On-Line Classes

by | Mar 25, 2020 | New this month

Last week has been a total blur.

Classes paused…
Clients rescheduled…
Grocery shopping… Well, that was just surreal.

Still, life goes on…

Let’s start with some information about group yoga classes:

As of now group classes are paused till the end of April.
I’m hoping we’ll be clear to start again in May.

The unfinished yoga session will get completed once we are OK to go back.
The next set of classes will begin a week or two after that.

Please hang tight if you are registered for either one of the sessions – yoga classes will be BACK! I will send an e-mail once it is safe to begin again.

Private appointments:

I will get in touch with folk individually so we can make a plan.
Our options are one-on-one in person or on-line.

If there’s anything that defines human species, it is our ability to adapt.

A huge number of my colleagues have already jumped into on-line teaching.

I have dabbled in on-line offerings in the past…. buuuuut…
For the most part I’ve been much resistant to the on-line teaching idea – mostly because I felt (and still very strongly do!) that there’s a special sort magic that happens in a live yoga class, where people move and breathe together.

Also, teaching into a screen feels totally, completely, utterly awkward.

But times are a-changing, and adapt we shall.

On-line classes will start next week.

I am still sorting out details (yes, including my hairdo…)
More info – including times and links – next Wednesday.
Long live the tech!

Hey, my name is Julia

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Over the years I’ve gotten to be pretty good at this problem-solving and silver-lining finding thing.

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So good that I felt compelled to share what I’ve learned and help others to find their sea legs while navigating, living, and winning their battle with chronic pain.

Hey, my name is Julia

Living with chronic pain has taught me to look for solutions in unlikely places –  places where most people see only problems.

Over the years I’ve gotten to be pretty good at this problem-solving and silver-lining finding thing.

So good that I felt compelled to share what I’ve learned and help others to find their sea legs while navigating, living, and winning their battle with chronic pain.