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November 2020 newsletter

Welcome to our November newsletter ­čÖé These babies have certainly enjoyed being back in the studio, these four have just completed my first baby massage course back in the centre, and are showing off babies natural ability for yoga with their beautiful upper backbends. The next course starts on Thursday November 5th. Is it me…

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October 2020 newsletter

It feels so good to be open and busy. It seems that everyone has missed their yoga, pilates and tai chi, as our classes are very full. We hope you are well. Welcome to Pilates teacher┬áMichelle Skelland who started with us in September. She has been teaching on Wednesdays 10:15 – 11:15am. From October she…

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September 2020 newsletter

Hello and welcome to our September newsletter. I am so pleased that there is a September newsletter and that we have opened our doors again to our students and clients. Many of our teachers and therapists have been busy behind the scenes teaching online and I am sure many of you have enjoyed that lifeline…

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March 2020 newsletter

Welcome to our March newsletter, Our fabulous Kim Mackie has just come back from the first fortnight of her Holistic Yoga Therapy Training with the Krishnamacharya Healing & Yoga Foundation. Here she is receiving her introduction pack, with her class group, and showing off her wonderful henna-ed hands. What a journey Kim, we wish you…

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February 2020 newsletter

Welcome to our February newsletter. February can be a difficult month for many people, with cold dull days and nothing to look forward to, and a seemingly long wait to brighter days. But for me the longer days, and lighter evenings and the appearance of the first Spring flowers reminds me that we are at…

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January 2020 newsletter

Welcome to a New Year, a New Decade, a New Beginning! January is a great time to make a Sankalpa. Sankalpa is a Sanscrit word. One of its meanings is an intention formed by the heart and mind – a solemn vow, determination, or positive will.┬áIn practical terms a┬áSankalpa┬ámeans a one-pointed resolve to focus both…

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