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2020-05-22 Outdoor Yoga and More Copy

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Dear Students, Friends, and Colleagues,
I thought long and hard about sending out a New Year’s letter back in January, but as Beckett once wrote, throughout this winter “The sun rose on the nothing new.” Didn’t have much to report. Happily, May has brought the glimmers of new beginnings—or happy returns to what we once took for granted:
Gathering.
Sharing.
Togetherness.
Yet oddly, after bemoaning months of isolation, I find the prospect of mixing with others a bit daunting. Having left home only to visit a few students and my beloved local beach, I wonder whether my social skills are rusty and if I still know how to hug.:)
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One thing that’s not rusty is my teaching, as I’ve been fortunate to see students online and in person throughout the pandemic. You, my students, are my greatest joy and my greatest challenge. I meet you each day “where you are,” physically, energetically, emotionally, and spiritually. I salute those of you who have turned to yoga during these bizarre and often dark times because you know it works.
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Luckily, yoga can keep us all focused and on beam, and I’ll be offering both my outdoor Sunday morning classes at Wolffer Vineyard and private and small-group lessons through summer and beyond.
It’s hard to beat open-air yoga surrounded by grassy lawns and rows of grapevines. Reserve your spot, www.wolffer.com.
Private lessons are a great way to:
  • Entertain and occupy friends, houseguests, and house parties
  •  Modify your yoga practice to your individual needs and limitations
  • Get some help with injuries and stubborn long-term conditions
  • Enjoy yummy hands-on stretching, adjustments, and stress-melters
  • Spare yourself the uncertainties of public classes in the Covid era
I offer private lessons on my covered porch and in my climate-controlled (but well ventilated) home. I’ll also come to you if scheduling or commuting prove a challenge!
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THE HOME OFFICE: HELP WANTED!

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I love teaching, but I don’t love the tasks involved in keeping life online running smoothly. My stellar administrative assistant took advantage of the Covid lull to go back to school, so I’m looking to replace her. This is a (sometimes less than) part-time gig with variable and relatively flexible hours. Skills include basic website design/maintenance, Constant Contact emailing, social media posting, LinkedIn updates, random Apple computer and Iphone puzzlers, and seemingly basic stuff like setting up Dropbox folders, Vimeo videos, etc. Creative skills like photography and graphic design a much-desired plus! All applicants welcome, and please spread the word to students and other young folk who have an intuitive grasp of this stuff. Contact loisnesbitt1@gmail.com.
SUMMER IN THE CITY: A GOOD IDEA ONCE AGAIN!
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Who knew things would turn around so quickly, and the usual buzz around New York City real estate would resume in time for summer! I’ve been subletting my charming West Village apartment for the summers for awhile now and plan to do the same this year—and will consider extending into the fall. Here’s the skinny:
West Village Studio Sublet. Prime location, pre-war building with 24-hour doorman. Fully furnished. $2390/month includes all utilities, air-conditioning, and wireless internet. Laundry in basement. Credit check, formal sublease, and security deposit required. No pets, no smokers. Text (917)975-8009 or email loisnesbitt1@gmail.com.
Please share this with anyone coming to the city or seeking to relocate. It’s a delightful place in a luxury building in the city’s finest neighborhood!
Please send updates about your lives over the past year, and let’s make some plans to commune in person in town or by the sea!
Namaste,
Lois
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ABOUT LOIS
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Lois Nesbitt, Ph.D., E-RYT 500, has practiced and taught yoga for 25 years. Known worldwide as an expert in the therapeutic benefits of anatomy applied to yoga, Lois has helped thousands of students in her group classes, teacher trainings, injury clinics, and private lessons to resume healthy yoga practices and lead happy lives. She attributes her skill in sharing complex ideas in simple and often playful ways to the excellent professors who mentored her at Harvard and Princeton.
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