A New Beginning, an AVEDA Wellness Salon and Day Spa will be collecting hair donations at Relay. If you can’t donate at Relay contact A New Beginning @ 203-743-9795 and make your hair donation at the Salon.
EVENT PHOTOS UPDATE!
Save the Date! Sunday, May 14, 2014
10am to 2pm
Fairfield County Agricultural Extension Center
67 Stony Hill Road
Bethel, CT 06801
Children should be registered every year.
Union Savings Bank
Fairfield County Agricultural Extension Council (FCAEC)
Stony Hill Four Corners
Next monthly meeting is April 2, 2014, 8-9AM, at Maplewood at Newtown. 2014-15 Membership Application and $75 fee are due by March 15th for your business to be included in the 2014-15 brochure. Upcoming Events: Amber Alert, Sunday May 5 10-2pm and Hawleyville Volunteer Fire Dept Tag Sale, Sunday, September 14. Join us!
YogaSpace brings yoga, meditation & more to new Stony Hill location
Got Yoga? Now, the best teachers and the premier yoga studio in the area will be right in your neighborhood! After 12 years at their current location on Federal Rd. in Brookfield, CT, YogaSpace will be moving to 78 Stony Hill Rd. (Redwood Plaza) on Rt. 6, across from Starbucks and the Big Y.
“We’re thrilled to be moving to a brand new space in a vibrant area and can’t wait to extend a warm welcome all of our new neighbors!”, says studio co-owner and Kripalu Yoga Teacher Gloria Owens. “We’re in the process of renovating and creating a true sanctuary for body, mind and spirit. In today’s crazy over-stimulated world, it’s important to create time & space to ‘unplug’ and re-fill your well from the inside out. After 20 years of practice, I can tell you from personal experience that yoga is one of the best means I know of to let go of stress, feel better in your body, and tap-in to your inner resources (like resiliency, stability, creativity, power and peace).”
YogaSpace hopes to open their doors in the new space sometime in late March or early April. Meanwhile, classes continue at the existing location at 777 Federal Rd. in Brookfield.
In fact, YogaSpace already offers a variety of classes with some of the best certified teachers in Northern Fairfield County, including ongoing beginner & intermediate classes, and specialty classes for men, seniors, pre-natal, restorative yoga, meditation and much more. You can see their current schedule and class offerings at www.yogaspace-ct.com. Add special events like uplifting concerts, inspirational workshops, nutritional programs and seasonal celebrations, as well as a holistic gift boutique with yoga gear, yoga clothes, unique jewelry, books, artisan and eco-friendly gifts… and you’ve got the perfect space & community to support a yoga practice and healthy lifestyle.
Never done yoga before? If you’ve been curious about yoga but are not sure where to start, YogaSpace has a number of Gentle, Basics and Introductory classes that will introduce you to yoga in a friendly, fun and non-competitive atmosphere. “There are so many different style of yoga, and beginners can sometimes get confused or overwhelmed”, says Gloria. ” Our teachers are skilled at introducing the fundamentals of traditional styles so that students can find what works for them”.
Ultimately the practice of yoga is more than the stretches and poses that you’ll find at the gym. It includes philosophy, meditation, energy awareness, lifestyle practices and an appreciation of the interconnectedness of nature, everything and everybody. YogaSpace is a true yoga school in that they offer the richness of varied styles and yoga traditions, while understanding that each person, each body, and each day is unique. “You’ll never find cookie-cutter classes here”, beams Gloria. “We pride ourselves on making an ancient practice accessible for contemporary lifestyles. Whether you’re a beginner or have been practicing for a while, you’ll find true support, guidance and inspiration here”.
To find out more about YogaSpace and stay up-to date on their move to Bethel, get on their mailing list here.
Effective Solutions for Life’s Challenges
Free seminars explore questions, options, challenges, and resources for elder care.
Begins March 20, 2014
Save the date! December 8, 2013, 5:30-6:30 pm
23 Barnabas Road
Thanks to everyone that came out to help or in support of the Stony Hill Volunteer Fire Department’s annual Pancake breakfast. All funds raised are going towards the purchase of a new ambulance. Stony Hill Four Corner businesses contributed wonderful items for the baskets and raffle gifts, as well as food and beverages.