Blue Sky Yoga
Beginning Saturday, June 10th
Blue Sky Kripalu Yoga is a restorative yoga program steeped in the Kripalu tradition of compassion and non-judgment. Located in the beautiful country setting of Partners Village Store, find yourself surrounded by nature – an ideal setting for meditation and self-care. Open to the public, this donation based class series welcomes people with all levels of ability and practice.
Instructor Jeff Costa unfolds traditional yoga principles with special attention to alignment and ease.
- Please bring your yoga mat and water
- $10.00 donation
- The Partners Café will open at 8:30
- Parking available at Partners Village Store
- Ages 16 and over
- No Registration Necessary
My beloved child, break your heart no longer.
Each time you judge yourself, you break your own heart.
You stop feeding on the love, which is the wellspring
of your vitality.
The time has come. Your time. To live. To celebrate,
and to see the goodness that you are…
Do not fight the dark. Just turn on the light.
Let go, and breathe into the goodness that you are.
– Swami Kripalu
About the Instructor:
Jeff Costa is a Yoga Alliance nationally certified instructor with a BA in Liberal Arts from Boston University and a graduate of the Kripalu School of Yoga and Health. With over 20 years experience in group fitness and personal training, the strength of Jeff’s teaching lies in his attention to detail and his compassionate charm.
Writers Series with Carl Safina: Beyond Words
As a part of our ongoing 2017 Writers Series, please join Partners Village Store and Kitchen on Thursday, June 15th at 6pm as we welcome Prize-winning author and MacArthur Fellow CARL SAFINA to share his latest book BEYOND WORDS: What Animals Think and Feel.
In this landmark work, Safina weaves decades of field observations with exciting new discoveries in brain science that delivers enlightening insight into animal cognition. This will surely be a fascinating program and one not to be missed!
BEYOND WORDS offers powerful and illuminating insight into the unique personalities of animals through extraordinary stories of animal joy, grief, jealousy, anger and love. Ultimately a graceful examination of humanity’s place in the world, Safina calls on us to re-evaluate our relationship to the other species around us.
CARL SAFINA is the author of seven books, including Song for the Blue Ocean, which was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, Eye of the Albatross, Voyage of the Turtle, and The View from Lazy Point. Safina is founding president of The Safina Center at Stony Brook University, where he also co-chairs the University’s Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science. A winner of the 2012 Orion Award and a MacArthur Prize, among others, his work has been featured in outlets such as The New York Times, National Geographic, CNN.com and The Huffington Post, and he hosts “Saving Ocean” on PBS.