RESTORATIVE YOGA AT MGY2

Beginning September 13th

RESTORATIVE YOGA WILL BE ADDED
TO OUR REGULAR SCHEDULE AND HELD ON
TUESDAY & THURSDAY AT 5:30PM

CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE DETAILS ABOUT RESTORATIVE YOGA
AND OTHER EXCITING EVENTS AND CLASSES AT MORNINGGLORYYOGA.COM
EMAIL MGYOGA@GMAIL.COM WITH QUESTIONS


Come meet our newest yoga teacher, Glenda Webb, on September 11th at 2pm!
Join Glenda in our newly renovated studio, MGY2, for a special introduction to Restorative Yoga.


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Practice and Share the Love on Thanksgiving Day!

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Please join Arrie, Eralda, and Kasey at MGYS on Thursday, November 26th, as they serve up a fulfilling Thanksgiving Practice! All are welcome and encouraged to meet on the mats to begin this special day with friends! Expect heaping portions of gratitude with plenty of leftovers to carry home and share. Sounds good, right?! See you at the Studio so you can share the love on Thanksgiving Day!


 

Date: November 26, 2015
Place: Morning Glory Yoga Studio
Time: 9:00 – 10:15am
Holiday Host(s): Arrie, Eralda, & Kasey
Cost: FREE

Saturday Special with Sherri

It’s an extra special Saturday tomorrow because Sherri is teaching! Although she teaches many amazing classes throughout the week, Sherri rarely has the weekend free to teach at MGYS. You may not know this about her but in addition to being a certified yoga instructor she’s a bad#$! violist in the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra. Her schedule outside of the studio is pretty full BUT this weekend is the one exception in November and luckily she wants to share it with you — so please, do yourself a favor and go.to.class. 🙂
 
When I think of our team of teachers and their conduct both at MGYS and within our Nacogdoches community I am inspired to be a better person. We truly have an eclectic team of teachers at MGYS! Educated, experienced, caring, charismatic, intuitive, perceptive, receptive, and always willing and ready to teach from a place of compassion. Ready to teach YOU, our dedicated students of yoga – of life.
 
As Kasey said at the closing of one of the last classes I attended before leaving for India, “We are all in this together.”  This has become one of my daily mantras.   
 
Let’s practice, y’all.  The lessons observed from the mat are accessible in our day to day lives.  These lessons lend to our transformation and betterment as human beings.  
 
Join Sherri and other MGYS Yogis on Saturday, won’t you? It’s THE place to be on Saturday am in Nacogdoches. <3

Love from India

Hi all!

The sun has once again been unveiled from behind the clouds after a three day abduction  which means Erin and I will have a good chance of a hot shower tonight!  Ah, what a treat!

I’m going on the second week of practice and everyday still seems like the first, each day presenting new experiences but no sign of continuity.  It’s as if I’ve stepped on a mat made of shredded pieces of a complete story, each day fumbling through the various shapes hoping to discover just the right edges and contour. Pulling and pushing, inhaling and exhaling, lengthening and contracting, I rumage through the pieces of this abstract self. The practice is humbling and revealing. (more…)

Practice at KPJAYI Begins Tomorrow for Me – Thanks to YOU!

Hi MG Yogis!

It’s about 6:30 on Sunday night here in Gokulam, Mysore and while I type, I have opened the door to my apartment to let in the cool air accompanying this evening’s rainstorm.  As the air circulates a cacophony of horns collide with the thunder as if in competition, as if the air can only hold one or the other. But soon the two merge and fade into the background only to present conversation, laughter, babies crying and sundry other clamour near my home in 3rd Stage.  The sounds travel on currents that ebb and flow and filter through my open door and I absorb. it. all.  I breathe it all in — soak it up — and like a rung sponge,  I let it go.  Until the next current.

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Tomorrow at 4:30am I begin my Ashtanga practice at KPJAYI.  It’s Led Primary which means, Sharath, my teacher,  will lead the class (at his pace) through the Primary Series.  Although I’ve been here before, I still find myself a little nervous and in anticipation of the morning.  “It’s natural though,” I kindly remind myself.  Even after all these years of practice I am still and will forever be humbled by the unknown and excited by possibility as observed from my mat.

Before bed, in just a few minutes, I wanted to say, “Thank you.”    Thank you for practicing yoga with me at MGYS and trusting me as your teacher.  I am forever grateful to you.   Without you I would not be here as I am in this moment and for this, I Thank you.

Namaste.

With love and gratitude from Mysore,

Amy

 

 

 

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