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August 17, 2010

Back to [Yoga] School

David Nelson PortraitIt’s true.  Although the long days of summer will last for another month, from kindergartens through the ivied halls of universities, doors are opening again to the young minds of America…… now what’s that got to do with Yoga?

Standing on a commitment to cura personalis, artful and intelligent instruction, and rigorous practice, Yoga Garden SF has quietly  transformed from a small, neighborhood yoga studio into a small, community-centered yoga school, offering programs that provide structured advancement of your practice, opportunities to pursue careers in the industry, and programs for the continuing education of yoga professionals.

So back to school means something special to us now, because our yoga community and yoga practices reside in a context of continuing growth. Whether you are taking classes once or twice a week, learning how to give birth mindfully, learning to be a yoga teacher,  learning how to teach kids yoga, or learning how to open your own creativity through your yoga practice, your participation and energy are helping to feed this community of growth. Welcome back to school!

By David Nelson

Posted in David's Ramblings | 2 COMMENTS |

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  1. Are you saying it’s time for you to go back to school and start teaching again? ;) I miss your classes a lot. Please come back soon David.

    Comment by Maria — August 18, 2010

  2. Maria, I’ll be back in classes some time in September, after we get AS/TT off the ground. Can’t say what time of day yet, but I promise to be back then. Keep up the practice!

    Comment by David Nelson — August 19, 2010

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