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6 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Hi Molly,
    Today is the first time I have access your web site since early fall. I LOVE it. Very clean, colorful and engaging. I did notice a new FB icon but never gave it a thought about what it was. The log is also a great new idea. it evokes the body but also joy and flexiblity.
    I am thinking about joining your gentle yoga to help get me back into the ‘groove.’ I am doing some practice at home but a group is always motivating. I am permitted to use a stationary bike, prescribed ankle exercises and very gentle walking. So I am doing those plus some weight training and so far, can do 2 miles of walking in forty minutes. While the ankle continues to talk to me my chest/rib is feeling a-ok.
    I look forward to seeing you to hear about the workshop in Toronto. I think I may have been in his studio when I went to England with Monica. Are you thinking about Monica’s retreat in March?
    See you soon, Linda

    1. Hi Linda! Still in the stages of tweeking the website, but it’s coming along!

      The workshop w Peter was amazing! So cool you were there at his studio.

      I’m going to be changing the format of my classes, after this weekend it’s apparent I need to go back to the work of Vanda’s and Esther’s. So any class will be fine…Harriette is out of town, Lorraine is teaching her gentle class on Thursdays…what about either the Monday or Thursday 5:30 class w me? Let me know…excited to tell you about the workshop!!

  2. In Thursday’s class we were talking about chanting “Hare Krishna” and its meaning. From what I found, this mantra is made up of three words: ‘Hare’, ‘Krishna’ and ‘Rama’. ‘Krishna’ and ‘Rama’ are the names of Vishnu – one of the mythological Gods in the trinity of Gods Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh. So ‘Krishna’ and ‘Rama” refer to God or the Creator. The word ‘Hare’ comes from ‘Haran’ which means to take way or to end. So the Hare Krishna Mantra is actually a prayer to take away all the sorrows, pains and shortcomings of the chanter and provide joy. The mantra is “Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare; Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare”

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