Dear Family of Friends,
Who says the New Year has to start in January? It has always seemed so strange to me that the year begins in the dreary month of January (well, maybe not so dreary in San Diego). It’s right after the Holidays… when we’ve all eaten, partied and are exhausted. Instead, how about September? When we were growing up, September had a new classroom, a new teacher, some new classmates, and sometimes a whole new school. Wasn’t that exciting?
Now, after the long sunny days of the summer when we’re all fresh, alive and full of energy… why not make September the time to make your resolutions and commitments? Here are some FUN ideas:
1. Say ‘NO’ to projects that won’t fit into your time schedule, or that will compromise your mental health. (Yoga will enhance your health!)
2. Separate worries from concerns. If a situation is a concern, find out what God would have you do and let go of the anxiety. If you can’t do anything about a situation, forget it. (Yoga will help you relax and forget your problems!)
3. Make friends with Godly people (the kind you find in Yoga!).
So, while summer may be winding down, things are just heating up in San Diego. You and those around you will benefit by putting Yoga back in your schedule. So, keep your brand new – September Resolutions!
Please do check out my NEW MP3 products so that you can listen to gentle yoga poses on your iPod or other MP3 player. Feel free to forward it to friends and family. I always appreciate your referrals and comments!
Please check out the Holiday Special. It’s never too early to start giving the Gift of Yoga.
ED BROWN CENTER STUDENTS PLEASE NOTE: On Thursday September 9th, Ayosea will be covering the class so that I can observe Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year). And on Thursday September 16, the class will be from 10:30-11:30AM. (Please mark this on your calendar.)
Looking forward to seeing you “back in school”!
Lots of light, love & laughter,
And to those of you who celebrate the Jewish New Year, my very best wishes for a Happy, Healthy & Sweet New Year.