Yoga and Carolyn – a Best Kept Secret in Woodstock!

Do you attend  a yoga class regularly?

No?

Well, you’re missing out.

Well, actually, I’m missing out, too.  I used to take a yoga class every day.

Then, life happened and I really just never got back into the daily morning yoga groove.  But, it’s okay.   I found Carolyn Abedor.  So, now, I take a  morning yoga class at 9:30 every Thursday.

What can I say?  With Carolyn Abedor teaching our class, I feel better than I’ve felt in years.  What’s her secret?   Carolyn takes her class time seriously.  She focuses on our spines  so that we stand straighter.  We breathe better.  Our balance improves.

I feel more confident when I have a class with Carolyn because my body is rejuvenated.  I know this reads redundantly but it’s true.  I know that my chance of falling is smaller after a class with Carolyn.

So, after a class with Carolyn, I stand taller, with happier shoulders.  I walk straighter on stronger legs.

But, that’s not all.  An hour with Carolyn and yoga is an hour promoting homeostasis which is all important.  I leave the class more grounded.  I feel that I have offered my spiritual body a chance to harmonize  itself through Carolyn’s instruction.

During the hour, wellness is all important.  Joint health stays  on the agenda.    Emotional balance is part of the routine.

Okay, you’ve got the picture I think.  Where is Carolyn?  She’s in the yoga building at Access PT on Route 212 next to St. Gregory’s.

And, what makes Carolyn so fancy?  Well, it’s her experience and her credentials.  She’s a physical therapist AND a yoga teacher.  This combination of education and training and experience make Carolyn an exceptionally wonderful teacher.

I LOVE Carolyn!

I look forward to seeing you on Thursdays at 9:30!

Thank you for reading this article!  Please share it with your preferred social media network.

Thurman Greco


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You are Invited to a Book Signing!

Please join me at the Mower’s Meadow Flea Market at 10:00 a.m. this coming Saturday, September 22nd  where I’ll be reading from my recently published book, “I Don’t Hang Out in Churches Anymore” and there will be a book signing  for you at that time.

Light Refreshments will be Served!

I hope you can make it to this book signing on Saturday morning.  The author talk will be interesting. The chocolate brownies promise to be delicious!  My pen will not run out of ink.

My daughter, Michele Garner, designed the cover.  My writing teacher, Cullen Thomas, came up with the title.

And, of course, what better location for the book signing  than the Mower’s Meadow Flea Market?

Then, after the author talk and the book signing, you can visit all the booths at the market!

Look forward to seeing you!

Thurman


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Learn the Secret Language of Your Dog

Why does your pet . . . .

eat grass?

dislike having his feet touched?

roll in stinky things?

eat poop?

bark at butterflies?

Please join me at this fascinating workshop which will unlock the secrets of your furry friend to help you have a happier pet.  This practical fundraiser class is a guide to decode your dog’s language so you can discover the real reasons behind canine behaviors which may have mystified you.

I’ll offer this class on Sunday, September 23rd at 2:00 pm at St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church, 2578 Route 212 , in Woodstock, New York, as a fundraiser.

This fundraiser benefits the Woodstock Dog Park which is  short on funds and long on a to-do list.  Volunteers at the Woodstock Dog Park are local residents, all of whom love animals as much as you do.  They devote time and energy to maintaining the park so  all of us can enjoy quality time with our pets.

The Town of Woodstock owns the land but has no budget to maintain the park.  So, we need your help.  Taking down trees after a storm and rebuilding a chain link fence are expensive but necessary if we are to continue to have a dog park for our furry companions.

Please join us for this class.  We’re asking for a donation of $15.  I’m also selling copies of my book, “A Healer’s Handbook”, for $15 at this class.   The total cost of this book will be donated to the Woodstock Dog Park at this class.

Thanks for reading this article.  Please refer this blog post to your preferred social media network.

And, finally, tell all your friends, neighbors, and  relatives about this class and urge them to attend.

Thanks again.

Thurman Greco

 

 


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