How to Stretch Your Body and Your Soul

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My favorite pose?  The wheel pose.
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Yoga is awesome.  It stretches your body, improves your balance, and centers your soul.  The Good Karma Series at Yogastyle Studios in Elizabeth is asking you to stretch that soul a little further.  The two remaining classes are FREE and have a themed cause.  A request is made that you bring a donation, big or small, fitting each night’s theme.

Wednesday, May 23 7-8PM
Benefits:  Womansplace
Donation:  trial size personal care items
Wednesday, June 27 7-8PM
Benefits:  Epilepsy Therapy Project
Donation:  monetary
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Do you practice yoga?  What’s your favorite pose?

9 thoughts on “How to Stretch Your Body and Your Soul

  1. MyMoneyDesign

    When I was younger, I was really concerned about just building muscle. But now that I’m older, I’m more concerned with flexibility and stretching. Although I have never done Yoga, I would love to give it a try!

  2. Anthony Thompson

    I’ve never practiced yoga. In my younger days, I never really saw any value in it. However, as I got older, I started meeting people who were serious about it, and this changed my entire prospective on it. I should really start doing it.

  3. Devon Riesenberg

    I’m so bad about sticking to an exercise regimen but I have tried heated yoga and actually enjoyed it! I also tried prenatal yoga when I was pregnant and even mommy and baby yoga when my son was 7 months old!

  4. jlcollinsnh

    my wife and I attended yoga classes a couple of years back. I’m not sure of the style but it must have been one of the easier versions as I could get thru it. I always felt great after the classes.

    almost everyday I do about 10-15 minutes of what I remember from those lessons. The interesting thing is if I miss a day or two my body begins to ‘ask’ for it.


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