Adapting to the current reality

In light of the current virus threat, we are in the process of moving all of our classes to live streams with the ability to watch them for 24 hours after the class has ended. Our team of teachers feel the same worry and stress that all of you do. But we still believe in the power of yoga and don’t want you to forego your practices in this time of uncertainty.

We invite you to find a quiet place in your home (or if you are still at work – close the door, roll out your matt, and take a break from the chaos) and practice with us virtually. It is more important now than ever that we try to manage our anxiety and keep our immune systems well functioning.

To join, you will sign up for a class like you normally would through the Schedule Tab at the top. Once you’ve SIGNED UP for the class, you will be sent a confirmation email that will include a link. Just click on that link at the time of your class and you will be able to join the teacher and your fellow yogis in practice. IF you don’t receive the confirmation immediately, it means that the email went to your JUNK mail. Check there for it and make sure to add the schedule bliss email to your address book so that you will not have that problem going forward.

If you have questions about this, you can call me. 859-567-9642. If I don’t answer, please leave a message and I’ll get back to you. As of now, staff at Berea College are still working so my days are somewhat hectic. But I’ll call you back either at lunch or after work.

Thank you for your support of the studio. Signing UP and signing ON will ensure that there is a studio to come back to when this is all over. This is extremely hard on all businesses right now, but in particular, small businesses. For as long as we are allowed, remember to grab some take out from our local restaurants and buy the things you need from our local retailers. Most of them are finding a way to make this happen for you.

The virus may close our studio (temporarily I hope) but it cannot cancel our community of yogis.

Namaste,
Susan