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Hi Yogi Pals,

I know I’ve been AWOL to my site lately.  I’ve been  focusing on hang time with my daughter before she heads off for a semester in Germany.   I hope the new year is treating you well.   This mild winter is to my liking and has me thinking of spring:  clean out closets, change a few habits, adjust certain attitudes, update my website and include my Spring schedule….

Spring registration is now available at McAllister Center and Morton Center.

Peace and joy,



Rejuvenate and Rejoice – A New Year’s Yoga Retreat

Rejuvenate and Rejoice

A New Year’s Yoga Retreat
with Shari and Sherry

Saturday, January 7th

The McAllister Center
2325 N. 20th Street, Lafayette


Slow Flow with Shari Gass     OR     Flow to Music with Sherry Tripodi


Restorative Yoga with Shari Gass   OR    Yin Yoga with Sherry Tripodi


$20 for retreat (2 classes) in advance or $24 at the door

Spaces limited. Call the McAllister Center at 765-807-1360 to register.

All Level Yoga Benefit Class for Food Finders Food Bank

  • Saturday, December 3, 2011
  • 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. (Yes, this is a 1.5 hour class – a little extra time for more goodness!)
  • Morton Community Center – 222 N. Chauncey West Lafayette, IN 47906, Room 200
  • Register by emailing Shari Gass or Sherry Tripodi  – a returned email will be your confirmation.  Space is limited.
  • Donation: Minimum suggested amount is $15.00
  • Forms of Payment:  Cash, credit cards or checks payable to Food Finders Food Bank.
  • Instructors:  Shari Gass (765) 429-6214 and Sherry Tripodi (765) 269-9199

Thank you for your generosity and support.  Peace and Joy,
Shari and Sherry

Nicholas Kristof, co-author of Half the Sky at Purdue 9/15 @ 7:30pm Loeb Playhouse

As a part of the Purdue Lecture Series, Nicholas Kristof will be speaking about problems and solutions related to abuses suffered by woman and girls worldwide.  His inspirational stories will bring the plight of women worldwide onto your radar.  He offers ways to empower these women and girls and break the cycle of poverty and extremism.

One way is through organizations like Kiva.   Our yoga community has generously donated to Kiva with over 21 loans since May 2010.  Check out the Kiva website to learn more.

Loeb Playhouse at Purdue on Thurs. 9/15 @ 7:30pm.  The event is free.

Namaste,  Shari