Healing Yoga is Closing
Each time a door closes the rest of the world opens up.
It is with sadness that I tell you that my years of teaching, guiding, study, practice, sharing, and connecting deeply at Healing Yoga, have come to an end. Many of you are aware that I had neurosurgery in July, which removed a benign tumor from my spinal cord. I then had an extended stay in an acute care inpatient rehab and am staying now with family, as I am unable at present to live independently. I am working on regaining strength and balance as I relearn to stand, walk, and tackle everyday life. I hope to some day return to work that I love.
I treasure the memories of 23 years of teaching. So many images are present to me: classes, workshops, retreats, special events, yoga therapy and Reiki sessions, and most of all, the faces of all the dear people who have come through the doors of our lovely space. Thank you for your trust in me, your support, and your courage, grace, and willingness to go deep. I am grateful for every experience, and to each student, client, teacher, and practitioner who has brought their presence and gifts to Healing Yoga. I thank our landlord Simple who has spent countless hours creating a warm, creative, and unique healing environment. A deep bow to all of you. I miss you more than I can say.
Wellspring on Main is Opening
Jillian Antonelli and Kim Dixon, two talented and lovely women who have worked at Healing Yoga for several years, are opening a new center in the space this month! If you have enjoyed yoga and Pilates classes, Shiatsu or Reiki treatments, workshops and other events at Healing Yoga, or have thought about it, but haven’t come by yet, check out their offerings. There is a Facebook page called Wellspring on Main.
You may also contact them at WellspringOnMain@gmail.com