fine tuning

Greetings once again! Remember to click on the JPEGs, they’ll get bigger & easier to read.
Peace & Smiles – Christine


Hello! The post below contains the stick figure representation of our entire June 20th Class at the North Valley Senior Center. A number of folks have requested my class notes to help them practice over the week, so this is one more way to get the information out. Remember the alignment points we pay such close attention to in class. Always remember that your breath is everything: move with it & to it. Don’t get ahead of your own breath. Where breath goes, attention and intention follow. And always remember to SMILE! You are beautiful just where you are at right now.

Let me know how this works for your viewing.

You’ll notice I’ve posted multiple versions, if you scroll down. I’ve been experimenting with how to format and how it appears, as well as how long it takes. This new JPEG format is the best I’ve found for the variety of purposes it serves. The earlier posts contain more information and you may or may not wish to peruse. In the future I’ll post the JPEG and then other information will follow in smaller packets.

This is a real learning experience for me & I would love to hear how the blog serves you now and what you’d like to have come through on it. And since we’re on hiatus for two weeks, I’d also love to hear how your practice grows…. on & off the mat.

And finally, here’s a quote from The Splendor of Recognition, the book I’ve been reading while the blog uploads files. It struck me as perfect for the moments of creation that went into this blog this week: “…the multiple layers of manifestation happen simultaneously, whether or not we’re conscious of them.” (p. 79)

Happy manifesting! Namaste, Christine

June 20th Class: complete JPEG


Om, Shanti, Shanti, Shanti.

Welcome to our home for our weekly yoga classes. I will post the pranayam & asana with the readings or quotes featured in class. You’ll be able to respond & relate your experiences.

I hope to be able to post the drawings soon, but for now we have text. Basta.

Honored by your presence, humbled by your beauty,