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What a pleasure to be able to take a walk along the beach and enjoy crisp air and bright sunshine. Life is good in so many ways.
Hope you all have a great weekend, too!
Today it’s not about yoga, but something what might please the yogi’s mind and eyes nevertheless. Please check out the great work by Chi Kuo-Chang and Nick Dekker, brought and, if you want, sold to you by my partner Rolf Goellnitz.
Thank you for your interest!
I like to share a few impressions of the colorful Fall palette, nature provided, while we were visiting family in New Hope, PA and captured by my partner Rolf.
Please check out my additional Yoga Therapy Workshops in October and November.
I guess a lot of you might have seen this classic or at least heard about during some trivia games. The actress in the vintage photograph, who is doing an exercise (Apanasana Pose), which might look familiar to all those, who join my classes, is Nina Foch, a Dutch-born American actress (1924 – 2008). She joined Gene Kelly in the musical ‘An American in Paris’ 1951. The image above was produced by Columbia Pictures in 1947 to promote another movie she starred in, titled ‘ The guilt of Janet Ames’.
See below the original text slip attached to the back of the photograph, which was send out as press release for publication to magazines and newspapers.
Ms. Foch was featured in more than 80 films and hundreds of television shows and worked from 1943 until 2007.
Hope this motivates…Happy weekend!
Thanks a lot to all of you, who helped our cause and donated. After some difficulties with the wire for unexplained reasons, we got finally the confirmation, that our common effort made it into the account of our friends at Ride 4 A Woman, a charitable organization set up to support women struggling with poverty, HIV and domestic violence.
Thanks again for your involvement and sympathy for the project. See below a few images we took during our visit last year in October.
Namaste, RoxAnn and Rolf
Join me for a special FREE Yoga Therapy Class on ZOOM offered in cooperation with the Huntington Beach Library
Yoga With A Chair
Are you wondering: “Why do Yoga?” The short answer is that yoga makes you feel better both mentally and physically.
Wondering what the difference is between a Yoga Class and Yoga in the Chair? During this class we will use a chair as a prop to stretch, flex and improve balance.
Research shows that yoga therapy can help manage/control arthritis, back pain, blood pressure, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic fatigue, depression, diabetes, headaches, heart disease, stress and many other conditions.
It can improve muscle tone, flexibility, strength and stamina, concentration and creativity, as well as stimulate the immune system and create a sense of well-being and calm.
Looking forward to welcoming you to a new experience and a new way of stretching the mind and the body.
Click here to sign up through the HB Library.
Love to recommend to all of you a very informative, educational and uplifting series, called: DOWN TO EARTH with Actor Zac Efron and wellness expert Darin Olien. A travel show that takes you around the world and explores healthy, sustainable ways to live.