Goldilocks Finds Her Match

July 15, 2009 at 12:58 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment
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Earlier I was lamenting the lack of good yoga studios in my new city, but I think I finally found what I was looking for. I initally looked into Blue Heron for prenatal massage when I arrived last November, but after perusing their yoga class selection, I decided it was high time to take advantage of their new member offer. Also, because my staff totally rocks (seriously, I love you guys), I’m able to squeeze this into my work schedule and make up the time by skipping my lunch break. I attended Donna’s 10 AM Mixed Levels class yesterday, and I can’t tell you the absolute contentment I felt knowing this was the kind of class I’ve been needing. It wasn’t too instructional — my complaint about lower level classes — but she offered modifications on poses that were beyond my current capabilities. The instructor was very friendly and supportive, and I even got a chance to talk to some other people in class because it was so small. I’ve got two more free classes to use up before next Tuesday, so I think I’ll try Yoga & Abs tomorrow morning, and Gentle Yoga & Relaxation on Sunday. If they’re anything like the class I attended yesterday, I’m totally sold. I even prefer the price structure — pay as you go instead of pay per session — and it’s only 10 minutes from my house. Oh, and right next to the Trader Joe’s. Sweet.

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  1. A Trader Joe’s and great yoga studio within 10min. of you? I’m green with envy over here!


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