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OM the Sound of Pure Consciousness
June 2017

Yoga Sutra 1.27 deals with OM – the sound of pure consciousness. Within this sound is where the divine can be revealed in each of us.
Through this humming a vibrational effect manifests healing, comfort and oneness.
One of my teachers described it as tuning into a radio station until all the static disappears.
The chanting of OM finds the clarity of goodness inherent in all humankind.
Making the sound of OM we recognize the universal consciousness that brings us all together, with all that is good within us!

Yoga Chant Meditate Weekend Retreat
June 9 – 11

DSY will be hosting a 3 day Yoga Chant Meditate retreat weekend. This will be an opportunity to rejuvenate mind, spirit and body through a holistic yogic approach.

This all-inclusive weekend features over 10 hours of yoga, including yoga asana practice meditation, chanting and an examination of  yoga philosophy found in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras.

Exquisite vegetarian fare will be served at each meal.
In addition, there will be professional massages available, at special retreat prices that can’t be missed.

Center of Divine Light, a holistic retreat center, is the site for this invigorating sojourn, only 70 miles NW of the D/FW area.

It is owned and operated by Kevin Leech, a potter, artist and registered massage therapist.
Kevin purchased the property in 1999 and has worked steadily to bring the land and buildings back to life in a creative, loving and respectful manner.
Some of the amenities of the property include 10-foot wind chimes, sky chairs, natural mineral bath soaks and a star lit night sky without end!

DSY Summer Challenge
July 5th – August 18th

DSY Summer Challenge time is almost here!
DSY is offering a way to stay healthy, peaceful and full of energy for all of your summer adventures with this fun challenge.
Those who accept the challenge they will have the opportunity to win free or greatly reduced prices for the DSY logo Tank tops and T shirts.
The Summer Challenge will begin July 5th and ends August 18th.

The rules are as follows;
Sign up to participate at the studio in the reception area starting Friday June 30th.
Then starting Wednesday July 5th every participant who attends at least 4 classes per week will be eligible to receive a free DSY tank top or t-shirt, (with one bye week for vacations)!
The instructor for the class or event you attend will mark the appropriate space.
If you can’t quite make the 4 classes per week to receive a free shirt discounts will be available based on a point system.
One hour classes will be worth 1 point, 90  minutes 2 points, any special event/workshop will be 3 points and 1 hour Thai session will be 2 points 90 minute session 3 points 2 hour session and 3 hour session 5 points.
The highest score will get 75% off, 2nd place 50% off, 3rd place 25% and 4th place 14%.
What will you have to show for your summer practice?!

For more information contact Diana at or call 817-909-6544

DSY Father’s Day Special
June 18, 2017

Celebrate Father’s Day Sunday June 18th with a two for one special! Two people can come to our Hot Yoga Class on Sunday June 18th for the price of one. If you are already a member then bring a special guest with your current membership.
Happy Father’s Day to everyone who takes care of someone else, is there to support and help them to feel safe and loved!

Emily’s Corner

Muscle Recovery Facts

Question. The older I get the Harder it is to recover from workouts. Why?

Answer.  As we age, muscle fibers decrease in number and shrink in size. We also have a slower rate of muscle fiber re-generation. The result is a slower process altogether for recovering from either an injury or a strenuous training workout. Men recover faster than women due to the added benefits of muscle building testosterone.  Here are a few things to keep in mind if you are physically active and over the age of 40.

  • Don’t do the same exercise every day. Cross training will mix up the muscle groups used thus minimizing the stresses placed on the musculoskeletal system.
  • The 48 hour recovery rule worked fine in your 20’s and 30’s but now you may need to allow 72 hours of recovery time to fully repair and heal. 
  • Be sure to include flexibility training in your regimen as muscles, tendons, and ligaments tend to stiffen up with age predisposing you to injury. Increase your range of motion with yoga, swimming or myofascial release.
  • Include strength training in your regimen to injury proof your body, decrease muscle fatigue and improve cardiovascular performance. 
  • Rest is underrated when it comes to recovery. Sleep time is when the body goes into healing repair mode. Deep sleep triggers growth hormone release which assists in the development of muscle as well as decreasing adipose tissue (fat). Aim for 7 to 8 hours of sleep per night.
  • Take advantage of the open window of opportunity for restocking your glycogen stores after a workout. What you eat and how soon you eat immediately after training can make all the difference in the world when it comes to muscle recovery. A study done on older men found that this principle is even more critical than in younger men. The goal is to ingest within 30 minutes of training a combination of carbohydrate and protein to facilitate muscle synthesis. Amounts vary depending on size and workout type but a general recommendation is: 15 grams or more of protein and 1.2 grams of carbohydrate per kg of body weight. 

Wanting to practice Yoga but concerned about the cost?
We offer an Introductory Special for new students where for only $10.00 you can take 10 classes within 10 days.

Monthly Unlimited auto pay for single membership is $76.00

We also offer group rate discounts for monthly unlimited.
Group of 2 $67.00 per person
Group of 3 $52.00 per person
Group of 4 $41.00 per person
Monthly Unlimited means you can join in on all the classes on our schedule as many times as you wish!

For more information please visit our website at or contact Diana at or call 187-909-6544

June Posture: Uttanasana/Forward Fold

Standing with body completely lined up with head and shoulders over hips and feet, inhale lift arms overhead. Exhaling – softening your knees as you fold your upper body over the lower body until they touch having your hands on the mat, blocks or bottom of your legs.
To go deeper into the pose exhale as you lift your hips upward then inhale as you begin to slowing straighten your knees without letting your chest move forward. In other words in forward flexion your upper body should always be touching at least part of the lower body. If the upper body moves away from the lower body this is an indication that you are moving pass your edge. Over time this unsupported forward flexion, that is beyond your edge, is where injury lies. As I tell my students never sacrifice form for function as correct alignment is paramount in staying injury free.
Image from Leslie Kaminoff “Yoga Anatomy”

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