Summer is finally with us, and we are opening the studio for a few classes, and expanding outdoor options along with continuing classes on Zoom, too. Add our annual Yoga Sadhana Challenge to the mix and we have plenty of Yoga classes available for you. We need to be strict about numbers in the studio and at our outdoor locations, so please register ahead, so that we can accommodate you all.
It’s time to register for our popular 7th annual Sadhana Challenge. For $108, you can attend as many classes as your schedule allows, whether via Zoom, limited in studio classes, Yoga in the Park, or Beach Yoga. It’s a great opportunity to immerse yourself in Yoga, try different styles and teachers. You’ll have the opportunity to win prizes from a variety of local businesses. A portion of the proceeds of the Challenge will be donated to Tree Street Youth. You’ll need to register by July 1st to join in. Please note: No sharing is allowed or refunds given. Regular passes will be put on hold. Special discounts will be given for workshops during the month of July for enrollees.
What a year it has been so far? We’re 6 months into 2020, and there is so much happening on so many different levels that it’s incredibly challenging to keep up – and sane! It’s easy to feel powerless at times, and we can see the stressors playing out as people react to the events occurring at warp speed around us.
What we can do is take care of ourselves and look out for others with kindness, patience and support in all ways. Yoga practice certainly prepares us for this, so keep going in whatever way you can – and it’s also a good time to start if you are feeling in need of a little “me” time.
The studio remains closed; Zoom classes work well, keep us connected with our Yoga friends and saves us time spent in traveling and parking, so there is something very easy about it. Now, that the weather is improving, we have some outdoor classes – at the Great Outdoors and at Simard Payne park. Please register ahead for them.
The studio remains closed for the time being; however, we’re finding Zoom classes are very popular. No commuter time, no parking…and we can all find a way to be together while maintaining physical distance. We feel very grateful that we have been able to keep our Yoga community together, and continue practicing.
We are available for privates with students, and are very happy to talk with anyone who wants guidance on which classes would be best for them to join.
We’re into our 3rd week of our virtual yoga studio, and we are so appreciative of your continued support. Who knew a month ago that our lives would be so changed? And who knew how we would be able to adapt to continuing our yoga practices through Zoom?
And here we are – a way to find continuation with our practice, and continue connecting with our Yoga family. While we live with so much uncertainty as we move through this historic time together, yoga is a fantastic way to keep grounded, keep strong and flexible and keep a familiar routine going. We appreciate you all.
Each week we will put out the schedule for the week. Register for classes on Schedulicity or send us an email. We will send you the link for Zoom.
After a great deal of thought and contemplation, we have decided to close the studio as part of an effort to “flatten the curve” and minimize the spread of the virus.
Currently, we are working on an online schedule. We’re feeling our way forward with this: we have recorded a few classes, and a few classes are being offered live on Zoom. We’re are all new to this – making it up as we go along – so we may get a full schedule here. However, the best way to check in with the day’s events are on our Facebook page. (If you don’t do Facebook, please email or call us – and we’ll keep you in the loop!)
The main thing is to stay well, put self care at the top of the list, know that we’re always here to help you with any aspect of your practice. (Especially, if you choose to spend more time at home developing a self practice). We’ve got a great community of teachers and students – we will get through this!!
This month, a few teachers will be on vacation, so take a careful look at the schedule for any changes to your regular classes. As always, we post the day’s schedule on our Facebook page, so this is always a good place to check in, too.
Don’t forget to sign up for workshops to secure your place.
And last, but not least, we’re still accepting registrations for the 200 hour teacher training that begins in April. This is a wonderful opportunity to fully immerse yourselves in all things Yoga, whether you want to teach or not. By the end of it, you will have gained a stronger practice and so much more. Please contact Heidi or Kimberly for more information.
Check out our Schedule for February. It’s another full one.
We also have plenty of events to choose from, too.
Don’t forget, we are still accepting applications for the Yoga Teacher Training which begins in April. (Please note – this is a really wonderful opportunity to get immersed in Yoga; you don’t need to want to teach!)
It’s hard to believe that we have a year, indeed, a whole decade has passed by… Chill is officially into it’s 2nd decade! Our schedule is full and varied. There are many reasons that people look to bring Yoga into their lives – and what it means to them. For some people, it’s casual – it’s attending a class occasionally or semi regularly. For others, it’s several classes per week, or an adjunct to a solid home practice. We really don’t mind which camp any of our students fall into – our goal is to provide a place which meets you wherever you are. And if you ever have any questions, about this, then we’re always happy to discuss this with you. It doesn’t matter if you’re new to Yoga, us or been with us for a long time.
If you’re looking for more, then you maybe interested in attending a workshop or an event. These are great ways to deepen your experience of Yoga, and add elements to your practice.
And we’re pleased to be offering a 200 hour Teacher Training at Chill this year. You do not have to have an intention to teach to do this. We repeat you do not have to have an intention to teach…. The 200 hour is a wonderful immersion into the broader experience of Yoga. If you want to develop a practice, or have always had an interest in the Sutras, in anatomy, in Ayurveda, in self development, then this is for you.
So back to where we started – if you’re interested in Yoga casually, socially or seriously, we’re here to meet you wherever you are at.
Another full schedule as we enter the busy Holiday season. As always check for any changes before heading into town; last minute cancellations for weather can be found on our FB page.
We have specials available for the holiday season: savings of $20 on our 10 class passes, perfect for treating yourself. Savings of $4 on our Introductory 6 class pass, perfect for that friend or family member you’ve been nudging to come along. Gift certificates are also available. More info here
Sparkle Saturday is on December 14th between 10am and 4pm. We’ll have our doors wide open, and Lisbon Street will be alive with shoppers for unique gifts and food and drink. Stop on by.