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5 States of Consciousness
November 2018

Yoga Sutra 1.6
“The 5 fluctuations of the mind are Correct Knowledge, Incorrect Knowing, Delusion, Sleep and Memory”
We have many thoughts but all of these can be found in the 5 categories of correct knowledge, incorrect knowledge, delusion, sleep and memory. These five states can either help or hinder the path to intelligence maturity.
Correct knowledge is direct knowledge, with the ability to see things as they really are. Incorrect knowing is based on what is felt rather than what is, as in the story of the blind men and the elephant. Delusion is when the mind lives in a imaginary state without any considerations of the facts. Sleep is when your consciousness is dormant, inactive. Then Memory helps you to recollect experiences for right understanding.Once you gain mastery over these 5 states of mind you can find yourself beyond the field of intellect into the openness of enlightenment!

Holiday Challenge 
November 19th – December 17th
Yoga has been proven to alleviate stress in a significant way as well as give a boost to the immune system, both of which can take a hit during this hectic time of year.
By attending classes you get rewarded by not only reducing stress but also a chance to win special prizes, which is a great way to stay motivated.
Many students have reported being able to have better focus and maintain a sense of peace and serenity by continuing their yoga practice during the holiday season.
We will put up a calendar where you can see your points accumulate. 1 hour classes earn 1 point. 90 minutes classes earn 2 points. Aerial Yoga,workshops and 2 hour private yoga classes all earn 3 points. 1 hour Thai Sessions earn 3 points, 90 minutes earns 4  points and 2 hour sessions 5 points.
The big big red bow for this holiday challenge is the opportunity to maintain good health and inner peace!
First prize is a monthly unlimited gift card plus a years subscription to Yoga Journal
Second Prize a 1 hour Thai session and an eye pillow
Third prize 1 year subscription to Yoga Journal.

The sign up sheet will be at the front desk where you check in. 
Happy Holidays!

DSY Year Long Meditation for World Peace
Next Meditation Sunday 11/18thThe event with occur every 3rd Sunday monthly for one year.
Stay 3 minutes or 3 hours – all time spent is of value.
Can’t make it to the studio then join us from home by joining in during the time frame scheduled. It is all valued and appreciated!
We ask for everyone interested to join us in this year long journey of Meditation Japa for world peace!
This is a donation based event. All proceeds will be donated to United Nations Girl’s Education Initiative.

Start Date: Sunday Jan 21, 2018 End Date: Sunday Dec 16, 2018
Schedule:  Every 3rd Sunday
Time:          6:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

DSY Featured November $5.00
Drop In Class
Power Yoga Tues/Thurs @6:30 p.m. Saturday @11:45 a.m.

For the month of November we are featuring Power Yoga on Tues/Thurs @6:30 p.m.
and Saturdays at 11:45 a.m.
This is a Yoga class that uses the sun salutation as the linking movement during a vinyasa flow class

To get the $5.00 drop in rate for the class visit our studio, or contact us at either or call 

Emily’s Corner

What Happens When You Don’t Eat After A Workout

 Most nutritionists recommend eating something within 30 to 45 minutes after a workout. It’s called the “open window” of opportunity meaning this is the prime time to restock your glycogen stores. Your body becomes depleted of available energy and needs to be refueled. Ideally a combination of carbs and protein to repair the microdamage that exercising does to your muscles. A few examples of good post workout nutrition might be; a protein bar, protein drink, Greek yogurt with fruit, banana and almond butter, chocolate milk, PBJ sandwich, cottage cheese and fruit, trail mix or any simple snack that has both protein and carbohydrate. 

Everybody is busy and many find themselves rushing off to the next obligation after a quick workout. If you don’t have a protein bar, protein drink or other handy snack packed, getting those nutrients in may not actually happen.  The result can be fatigue, low blood sugar, and higher risk of overuse injuries due to the lack of proper repair work in the body after a workout. If skipping this important aspect of your training regimen becomes a habit, you risk sabotaging your fitness goals. Sports medicine specialists believe that a lot of overuse injuries happen when people are not replacing essential building blocks as readily as they should. By neglecting what your body needs to repair the microtears, you put your muscles at risk of further damage next time you work out.

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

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!

The discounted packages for Aerial Yoga
Package of 4 classes $70.00
Auto draft package of 4 classes $60.00
Packages expire in 6 months. Classes do not have to be taken consecutively.
For more information please visit our website at, contact Diana at or call 817-909-6544

November Pose of the Month

4 Direction Kundalini Run

Start standing with your upper arms pulled back, forearms parallel to the ground and hands in fists facing each other. Alternating sides, lift each knee as high as possible while you punch the opposite arm forward, so that your arm reaches straight out. Move your arms forcefully forward and back.
Begin facing East for one minute. Each minute turn to the left until you are facing South in the last movement.

Information from Yoga Journal

MAY 3, 2016