On Saturday, December 5th, DYC yogis enjoyed a challenging practice followed by a sweet savasana. And when all the mats were rolled up, we spent some time enjoying the great company and yummy food with an organizational meeting to follow. Highlights included: a reading of the by-laws (just to make it official), election of officers, and the launch of a philanthropy project. Oh, and there was wine, too. Thanks to everyone who came out to practice and help plan our future. Congratulations to the board of directors. President: Joan Schiml. Secretary: Richard Posey. Treasurer: Matt Turner. At-Large: Janet Sweeney & Laura Hutchens. Looking forward to 2016!
Just wanted to remind everyone Saturday, December 5th, the Dayton Yoga Club will host its first potluck to kick of the birth of our new organization. Come for class and stay for the food, fun and friendship. Janet will be teaching at 9am. Joan is teaching at 11am. We will eat around 12:30pm. We will discuss how things are going, hear about some possible outreach opportunities in our community and elect our first Board of Directors. Wine and soft drinks will be provided. You can bring a snack/dish to share or just show up and hang out. Looking forward to see you all!
Great workshop on Friday. Looking forward to more. Thanks to all the yogis that came out to practice. I certainly left with some new information and a couple things to work on. - Laura H.
This Friday, October 16th, from 6pm - 8pm, the Dayton Yoga Club will host our first workshop taught by the awesome Ross Stambaugh!
Fresh from a summer spent in Mysore India, Ross will focus on how to maintain structural integrity in your Ashtanga (or any other) yoga practice. The evening will include instruction, practice, some Q&A and snacks. Don't worry if Ashtanga is not your regular practice. Ross is great fun and makes class accessible to all students.
$5 drop-in still applies. This is a bargain at any price. Hope to see you there.
Bring your friends!
Ross Stambaugh is RYT200 Practice Yoga graduate.
Ross has been practicing Ashtanga yoga since 2007 after a spectacular college swimming career, (not really) and eight years as an international judo competitor (laughable). He has studied with Tim Miller, Richard Freeman, Taylor Hunt, and Matthew Darling along with Saraswati Jois in Mysore India.
"Great teachers are great, but the best teachers are the ones in front of you right now, everyday, willing to work with you. Most often, it's yourself working on yourself."