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Chair Yoga

Daksha Baumann is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.  This yoga session, lasting between 45-60 minutes will encourage flexibility, strength and a general feeling of calm well-being.  Participants can perform the first half of the session fully seated and the second half in a combination of seated, partially supported by a chair or fully standing with a chair close at hand.  Gather some props before the first session: chair without arms, sticky mat and small rolled towel or soft tie.  Participants are encouraged to engage the movements at their personal comfort l

Chair Yoga

Daksha Baumann is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.  This yoga session, lasting between 45-60 minutes will encourage flexibility, strength and a general feeling of calm well-being.  Participants can perform the first half of the session fully seated and the second half in a combination of seated, partially supported by a chair or fully standing with a chair close at hand.  Gather some props before the first session: chair without arms, sticky mat and small rolled towel or soft tie.  Participants are encouraged to engage the movements at their personal comfort l

Chair Yoga

Daksha Baumann is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.  This yoga session, lasting between 45-60 minutes will encourage flexibility, strength and a general feeling of calm well-being.  Participants can perform the first half of the session fully seated and the second half in a combination of seated, partially supported by a chair or fully standing with a chair close at hand.  Gather some props before the first session: chair without arms, sticky mat and small rolled towel or soft tie.  Participants are encouraged to engage the movements at their personal comfort l

Women's Circle

We have been meeting via Zoom. Contact awferrara@gmail.com if you are not already receiving meeting notifications and Zoom link.
 
Please join us, new friends and old

For this month's Women's Circle, we will consider a list of questions posed by author, speaker, activist Courtney Martin.    Courtney writes in her March 3 newsletter: 
 

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