In this so far interesting year, I see change and so many people consciously flowing with it … . It’s a great time to be a yogi, as we all deal with changes. Breathe … Keep calm.
When the Vet’s Hall closed in January, the yoga world scattered and teachers booked classes all over town. It was a slight inconvenience but I made it to a lot of classes and discovered some studios I hadn’t known. Out of this inconvenience a new studio, yet unnamed, has been born. Just off Ocean Street, on 215 Washburn, Gina Marinelli has reborn her garage into a yoga studio, primarily to house Michael McEvoy’s generally loyal students. The floor is soft bamboo. Hooks with ropes line the side of the studio for stretching that feels like heaven, usually. There is no website yet, but you can check out Michael’s (www.pranichathayoga.com) for his schedule. Others may rent the space for yoga or other creative endeavors.