Gentle Zooming Today
It’s time for another Gentle Yoga on Zoom! Today at 5:30 eastern. The link is below. I expect we’ll even have it next week too. Two weeks in a row!!!
But we’re definitely NOT having class on June 24th.
I suggest using the Zoom app/program instead of the web browser version; people using the browser had a lot of issues.
I will start the meeting 15 minutes early, so that you can all get logged in and figure things out, if necessary.
I also suggest figuring out how to switch between Gallery view and Speaker view before class starts, so that if you want to switch between seeing just me and seeing everyone, you won’t have to struggle with it after class starts. Here’s Zoom’s instructions on how to do that — it’s different from one platform to the next.
And here’s the invite link:
Topic: Gentle Yoga
Time: June 10, 2020 05:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Almost every week on Wed, until Aug 26, 2020.
Meeting ID: 897 9315 4087
If you just want to see instead of be seen, you don’t have to use your mic or camera. While I like seeing you, I know it’s not always convenient to be seen and/or heard.
These are weird times, so payment is voluntary and ambiguous. Basically, you can do any of the options on my prices page on the website. And I do mean any. The tip jar is fine for this class. Not paying at all is fine. (Note that if you get an option that mentions a number of classes, then I will mark off a class whenever you attend, unless you tell me otherwise.) Existing class cards from the Before Times are fine for all this too. Heck, even the ‘4-week challenge’ doesn’t have to be 4-weeks in a row, given that I can’t tell you which weeks the next 4 classes are going to happen on due to exigent circumstances.)
I hope to see you tonight!
For those curious about family updates: my Dad’s doing well enough that neither Robin nor I are there right now, so we get a little break before the next thing, which is Mom’s hip replacement later this month. The four cats are all doing well but were moderately shocked to see two humans at the same time when I came home this latest time. We have a daytime raccoon who’s visiting a lot — we chase her off so the birds can eat the bird food, but once you name the raccoon a cute thing like 'Wiggler,’ you start to feel bad about it. We’re definitely NOT doing a raccoon yoga class anytime soon. Or ever.
Yoga class is a good time to breathe and to be thankful that we can, because not everyone gets a chance.
Stay safe. Stay sane. Namaste.