The days this week have had such welcome pockets of sun and warmth, so inviting after our long winter.
Some updates for you for Source Yoga this spring:
Effective immediately, masks are recommended, but not required for in studio classes. Covid cases in our area are low, but we will keep in mind that this is an ever evolving situation, and we remain committed to the wellbeing of us all as a community. We thank you for your kindness, support, and graciousness during this time.
We have also increased capacity of our in studio classes to 10 students. This still feels spacious, but allows a bit more ease for the registration process for some classes, and supports the health and longevity of our business. As we have been doing, please continue to preregister for all classes, and please cancel your reservation 2 hours in advance if you know you won’t make it. That allows enough time for someone on the waiting list to be notified that they can attend.
We continue to be saddened to hear of the many businesses that have been negatively impacted by the Pandemic, and do not take it for granted that you continue to support us.
We hope to see you in studio or online in the months ahead!
Erin Joosse | she/her
Source Yoga | studio director
Join us in practice – view our weekly class schedule here.
Upcoming this Spring:
Are you new to yoga? Check out our Sunday afternoon workshop April 24th – Yoga Basics for Beginners.
Explore Reiki online – a gentle, hands on healing modality -Wednesday evenings, beginning May 4th – Learn Reiki Online with Lori Come away with a certification for Reiki fundamentals.
Living with chronic pain? Explore how yoga and breath can light a path to empowerment. Tuesdays and Thursdays, midday, beginning May 10th – Chronic Pain and Yoga: Finding Compassion with What Is, with Bonnie Loghry
Needing an alignment refresher after 2 years of online classes? Join Megan for an Asana Alignment Refresher, in studio on Sunday, May 15th.
Join Erin for an in-studio Day of Yoga, Mindfulness, and Writing. Celebrate the renewal of late spring/early summer with a Day of Creativity and Renewal, Sunday, June 5th.