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News from CaSfA's Director
News from CaSfA's Director
|Posted on November 8, 2017 at 3:31 PM||comments ()|
CaSfA had such a wonderful evening of Yoga with Eileen Nikopoulos! Gentle, simple poses and breath work started the class. We were then guided into a few restorative poses and experienced a sample of Thai Yoga bodywork. We all left the evening feeling much more relaxed and rejuvenated!!
Eileen Nikopoulos, RYT 500 is an experienced yoga teacher and Certified Thai Yoga Bodywork Practitioner who practices at several studios in the Central Massachusetts area. Her private studio is at 14 South Street, Westborough, but she will also travel to your home or office.
Eileen specializes in private instruction in yoga, meditation and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, as well as Traditional Thai Yoga Bodywork. Eileen applies these ancient arts to the problems of modern life – stress, sitting and the erosion of attention. Eileen will help you live life more fully, whether your goals are to cope with stress more effectively, reduce pain or regain strength and flexibility.
You can contact Eileen to work with you privately. What’s the benefit of working privately with Eileen? Group classes are helpful, but you can make more significant and faster progress in a private setting because Eileen customizes the each session to fit your goals.
Eileen is generously offering a special for CaSfA members:
Schedule any 90-minute session for the price of a 60-minute session. This offer includes yoga bodywork, meditation and MBSR (mindfulness based stress reduction introductory session).
Please contact Eileen directly at 508 591-FLOW or email [email protected] . You can also go to mountainbrookyoga.com to learn more and sign up for her newsletter to receive announcements about upcoming workshops, classes and special offers!
|Posted on April 25, 2013 at 4:36 PM||comments ()|
Many cancer survivors deal with anxiety and stress. There is the fear of death and disability. Even after successful treatment, there is the fear of recurrence. The marathon bombings have added an additional level of anxiety and stress. It has been a tough time for those of us in the Boston area.
Kudos to Malu Doherty for recognizing this and providing CaSfA with the most extraordinary yoga class last night. She concentrated on mindful relaxation and meditation and gentle relaxing stretching. I'm sorry more of you couldn't be there, for I left feeling a hundred percent better than when I walked in!
There are two more opportunities to attend Yoga for Survivors--May 8 and May 22.
There is also going to be a OneFundBoston fundraiser hosted by Malu on Saturday, May 11 from 2-5pm at the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church in Northborough, Ma. The event is open to the public and will consist of Yoga, Nia and Meditation.