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Restorative Yoga at the Fort graphic with Yogi Theo

Namaste Fort Massey yogis,

FOGA (Fifty + Over yoGA), a better name for the seniors' yoga class I think, was supposed to start next week, but I had to postpone it until Wednesday, February 5th at 9 a.m. to make sure the class plans (and my life outside yoga) are in order — more on the former in next week's email.

RESTORATIVE YOGA continues on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 PM (please come a few minutes early if you're new to yoga or the Fort Massey family).

Both classes are in the Lower Hall at Fort Massey United Church.

— Andrew (Indri)

Email or call me at 902-220-1495 if you have any questions or this week's lottery numbers.

stretching over the next three classes
Guest Teacher Kanae

January 21, 6:30-7:45, Restorative Evening Class feat. Guest Teacher Kanae from Japan


January 28, 6:30-7:45, Restorative Evening Class feat. Kapotasana. Pigeon and Sleeping Pigeon pose. No s**t!

Prasarita Padottanasana

February 4, 6:30-7:45, Restorative Evening Class feat. Prasarita Padottanasana (Wide Legged Forward Bend)


"[…] where does the modern soul go to pasture on awareness and commune with the cosmos in a civilization increasingly savaged by noise? Where do we find, and how do we protect, those places where, in the lovely words of the poet Wendell Berry, 'one’s inner voices become audible [and,] in consequence, one responds more clearly to other lives'?"

Read the whole story at Brain Pickings

For fifteen years doctors told Arthur Boorman, a forty-seven-year-old disabled veteran of the Gulf War, that he would never be able to walk on his own again. And then he found yoga.

Watch the 4:53 Vimeo Video
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Reviews + Credits + Thanks

  • Reviews really help. Why not leave one on Google Maps?
  • It is in large part thanks to David Griffiths' efforts that the Wednesday morning FOGA (Seniors') Class is getting underway as quickly as it is.
  • The idea for the FOGA-branded classes is thanks to Boštjan Dornik in Maribor, Slovenia.
  • Misty mountain photo is not Middle Earth, but Tasmania's Overland Track.
  • Yogi Theo™ graphics courtesy the dancing Italian illustrator called The Dragonfly at REDBUBBLE.
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Indri Yoga

@ Fort Massey United Church
5303 Tobin Street Halifax NS B3H 1S3

+1 902 220 1495