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New Classes at Dharma Yoga

I am  happy to share that I will be teaching two classes at Dharma Yoga beginning in the new year.  The classes will be Tuesdays at noon and Wednesdays at 9:30am beginning the week of January 13th.  These classes will be a blend of Buddhist/Zen insight, moderate flow, yin yoga and meditation.  It is a sweet combination of the many aspects of yoga that I enjoy exploring and sharing.

This schedule change also means that I will no longer be teaching my Wednesday, 9am vinyasa at Yoga Yoga Westgate.  I will be sad to say bye to the students that I have come to know and love.  The rest of my teaching schedule will remain the same for now at Yoga Yoga and I hope that our paths will cross again.

Change can be challenging.  It takes us out of what we know and where we feel comfortable.  But with change comes the beautiful opportunity to grow and learn, and I welcome it.

With love & respect,


4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Jennifer #

    So excited for you Sheila!! Will come check out the new class for sure. 🙂 Happy Holidays.

    December 18, 2013
    • I would love to see you there Jennifer! Happy Holidays to you! I owe some home-made granola 😉

      December 19, 2013
  2. Dave #

    Very nice combination Sheila! It is clear that you are following your heart. What a wonderful sight to see. I will come by too. Many good wishes for the holidays for you and your family.

    December 18, 2013
    • Thank you so much Dave! I would love to see you there, it is a very sweet studio space. Happy Holidays to you and yours 🙂

      December 19, 2013

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