KIND Yoga By Heart - September 2015 Newsletter
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Leaves change, lives change

A note from Ellen

I am very pleased to introduce you all to KIND's new instructor, Emma Drudge! Emma has been a close friend of mine since high school and we giggled through some of our first yoga classes together. She comes to us with 10 years of yoga experience, having studied at Therapeutic Approach receiving her 200hr Foundations Yoga Certification in 2012-2013 . Emma's style of teaching is powerful yet calming. When she's not practicing yoga, Emma enjoys white water canoeing, gardening, and camping. Emma's regular classes will be every Wednesday night at 7:30pm.

Check out the current class schedule here!

We've got power!

You may have noticed that solar panels have recently been raised outside the KIND studio. This exciting development means that we can use clean energy to light evening classes, light the path from your car to the studio, and winterize the greenhouse! We have a crew working to create a space that can be used year-round. Think wood stove, peaceful snow-lined walks to the studio, and cozy Savasanas all while bettering your body, mind, and soul on the farm. Be sure to keep your eye on the website for upcoming schedules.

Gratitude Challenge

We are often told that we should be thankful for the things that are around us. Showing gratitude is proven to improve physical and psychological health, help you sleep better, and improve self-esteem. KIND Yoga by Heart is giving you the chance to show gratitude while winning some awesome prizes! Here's what to do: each day, post a photo of something you are grateful for on Facebook or Instagram and tag @kind.yogabyheart, #kindyogabyheart, and #10daygrATTITUDEchallenge. Everyone who completes the challenge gets one FREE yoga class. All participants are entered into a draw for a FREE 10-class pass! Contest starts October 3 and closes October 12 (no coincidence - Thanksgiving Day!).

Students of the month

Natalie Aniela and Tracy So have both been practicing yoga for years. Natalie initially started to help curb her chronic neck pain and headaches, and has continued because of the positive effects on her mental health. Tracy finds that yoga helps her unwind from her busy life of working with kids with autism and being a mom. Both women love practicing yoga in the outdoors, stating that it is grounding and that it helps bring an awareness of nature and the body that is hard to find indoors. Both women also love Ellen's gentle and kind style of teaching yoga. Thank you Natalie and Tracy for being such wonderful students. See you on the mat soon!

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