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Every month at Park Cities Yoga, our practices are guided by a theme.
The February theme for practice is Sankalpa, or Yogic Intent. Setting yogic intent is a creative process of personal adjustment.
Here's what's new at Park Cities Yoga:
Our website has been entirely updated and expanded! We've included much more information about our classes and teachers, plus expanded information about our Young Living Essential Oils offerings (including a growing Essential Oils Library). We've added a page for products, businesses, and services We Recommend, and a page of Interesting Stuff for your entertainment and enlightenment.
Mark Your Calendar (in pencil):
The next Creative Yoga Party has been tentatively set for the evening of Friday, March 24th. Our yoga family will come together for storytelling, music, food, drink, and fellowship. Confirmation and more details to come!
Announcing Four New Blogs to Keep You Inspired and Informed!
You can subscribe to individual blogs according to your interests, or stay subscribed to our Studio News blog to receive comprehensive updates.
- Monthly Theme - Every month at Park Cities Yoga, our practices are guided by a theme. Monthly themes are published at the beginning of each month on the Monthly Theme Blog.
- Dynamic Relaxation Yoga - Each week, Cynthia Pierro pens a few words about that week's yoga focus (usually a posture and its corresponding benefits) for her Thursday session of Dynamic Relaxation Yoga. Her yoga focus is published weekly on the Dynamic Relaxation Yoga Blog.
- Food, Health & Home - We are all developing a personal yoga practice within the context of real world living. We leave the studio and return to our jobs, our homes, our communities and aim to thrive in those places. The Food, Health, & Home blog seeks to provide some guidance along the way with nutrition information, healthy shopping tips, recipes, household management tips, and more.
- Studio News - Keep your subscription here to receive comprehensive studio updates, including links to the other blogs on our site and all kinds of other Studio News.
What's New with Passes
A three-month unlimited auto-renew pass is now available for purchase on our passes page! Good for any Mixed Level or Stretch, Strengthen & Renew session, this pass is the best deal for folks committed to attending classes regularly at least twice a week.
What's New with Classes
Our Monday/Wednesday 6:15pm class, formerly "Mixed Level" is now "Stretch, Strengthen, & Relax" with Mike Mirabal.
What's New with Our Teachers
We've updated and expanded our teacher bios and included testimonials! Do you have a testimonial to share about one of our teachers? Email us! Or better yet, review us on Google, Yelp, and Facebook!
What's New with Young Living Essential Oils
This week's Young Living highlight is Thieves Essential Oil Blend. Thieves is a powerful blend of Lemon, Clove, Eucalyptus, Rosemary, and Cinnamon, and is terrific for germ-killing and immune boosting. Available for purchase at Park Cities Yoga, or through special order.
This Week's Recommendation:
Those of you who attend the Monday, Wednesday, Friday morning classes regularly may have noticed a visible turnaround in Donna's health over the past year. She owes this transformation to Jackie Poirot of Poirot Pharmacy Services. Read more.
Each week we will recommend a new product, service, or business to you that we have personally used or personally know about. We are not paid or compensated in any way for these recommendations. We simply think they might help your or someone you care about.
Magnesium deficiency has been referred to as “the silent epidemic of our times.” Most of the symptoms of low magnesium are not unique to magnesium deficiency, which makes it hard to diagnose .
We hope you have found some of this information useful! We expect to send out general studio updates about once a week or so, and you can keep an eye on our website for updates as well. And of course, we'd love to see you on the mat!
Jeffry & Donna Farrell
Park Cities Yoga