Calendar

2018-2019 Yoga Trainings & Programs

5/25-5/29 – Anatomy for Yoga Practitioners and Teachers at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL
6/29-7/3 – Thai Basics & Sen Lines at Santosha Studio in Atlanta, GA
8/3-8/7 – Thai Basics & Sen Lines at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL
9/5-9/7- Thai Basics & Sen Lines at Wake-Up Yoga in Philadelphia, PA
April 2019 – Thai Massage & Medicine Gathering in Ocean City, NJ. The link is for the 2018 gathering.
August 2019 – Pranayama:Theory & Teaching in N. Augusta, SC
September 2019 – Pranakriya Teachers Retreat with Jacci Gruninger in IL

IL Classes in 2018

Upcoming Classes in Bloomington, IL

5/4 – Yoga & Your Knee at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL 6:30p-8:30p
 5/25-5/29 – Anatomy for Yoga Practitioners and Teachers at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL
6/22 – Gentle Yoga at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL – 6p-7:30p
6/23 – Posture Training Sequence at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL – 8:30a-11a
6/24 – Posture Training Sequence at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL – 8:30a-11a
7/19 – Simple Thai Massage for Neck & Shoulders at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL 6:30p-8:30p
7/20 – Meditative Yoga at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL – 6p-7:30p
7/21 – Posture Training Sequence at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL – 8:30a-11a
7/22 – Posture Training Sequence at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL – 8:30a-11a
8/3-8/7 – Thai Basics & Sen Lines at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL
8/17 – Workout Yoga at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL – 6p-7:30p
8/18 – Posture Training Sequence at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL – 8:30a-11a
8/19 – Posture Training Sequence at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL – 8:30a-11a
9/21 – Workout Yoga at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL – 6p-7:30p
9/22 – Posture Training Sequence at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL – 8:30a-11a
9/23 – Posture Training Sequence at Main Street Yoga in Bloomington, IL – 8:30a-11a

MY INSTAGRAM FEED:

YOGA WITH WILLIAM

Statement of Faith

If we are somehow endowed with participation of some kind of divinity, then we are indeed special, and should treat each other with the respect and dignity this demands.

If, on the other hand, we are the accidental outcome of blind natural processes in a cosmos that is indifferent to us being here at all, then we are indeed special, and should treat each other with a tenderness and respect befitting such serendipitous surprises.

by Frank Casper
Lay Minister, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia © 2008