This week (Wednesday the 28th @ 7:15 pm) is the last class at the Yoga Loft–join us for a special “transitions” ATM tailored for the occasion. A celebration of the Loft ensues at the Wooden Monkey.
I’m pleased to let you know that we have a new location for September.
Ron Renz and I will continue our weekly Awareness Through Movement class–now on Thursdays–at the beautiful space of 108 Yoga on the waterfront.
Classes start September 9 and continue through December 30, 7:08 – 8:08 pm, Thursdays.
108 Yoga is in the Brewery Market, 1496 Lower Water St. Suite 411. Enter via the South Arch. See the details here. Parking is on the streets–and it’s free in the evenings.
You can pay by class as a drop-in, or by ten-class pass. The best deal is an unlimited access pass if you also do yoga and other great classes at 108. I think you’ll find a good synergy between the Feldenkrais classes and the studio’s approach to wellness and vitality.
108 Yoga offers you the convenience of paying on-line, and of booking your spot in the class ahead of time (drop-ins still welcome). See details here.
For online class participants, I’ll start recording again in the fall (I had a few battery failures this spring).
Bad joke alert! Local regulars know I like to joke that Feldenkrais could adopt the Alexander Keith’s slogan. The local brewery used to advertise itself by the line “those who like it, like it a lot.” As someone “from away,” I never really got that as a slogan–Keith’s is the choice of alcoholics? Is that it? In any case, here I am, starting my 11th season of ATM classes in the historical brewery establishment of Mr. Alexander Keith himself. Cheers, everyone!