Yoga with Rajashree Tupe from Pune, India

June 4th, 2 pm – 4 pm
Clear Yoga

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to study with Rajashree.  She teaches throughout the United States and brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience.  Level 1/2 and up. $45 Sign Up

Rajeshree Tupe is the founder of Shriyog Institute in Pune and one of the senior disciples of Guruji BKS Iyengar. She trained with Guruji at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute (RIMYI), Pune, beginning in 1993. She was privileged to have closely worked and trained with Guruji’s son Shri. Prashant Iyengar and daughter Dr.Geeta Iyengar. Her mission is to carry forward the subject of Yoga through asana and pranayama as taught by Guruji BKS Iyengar. In her classes, Rajeshree follows the principles of constitution, seasonal conduct, and daily conduct as stated by Ayurveda and spirituality on the basis of the Bhagavad Gita.

Grief Cottage Booksigning

June 6th, 6 pm
Oblong Books & Music

Join us as we celebrate the launch of  GRIEF COTTAGE, the haunting tale of a desolate cottage, and the hair-thin junction between this life and the next, from bestselling National Book Award finalist Gail Godwin.

don Miguel Ruiz Jr Booksigning

June 8th, 6 pm
Oblong Books & Music

Don Miguel Ruiz is one of the most influential spiritual teachers on the planet, having touched the lives of millions of people around the globe. No one has been more affected by his teachings than his own son, don Miguel Ruiz, Jr., who has compiled his father’s wisdom into one small but extremely powerful book. The essential teachings in this comprehensive work come from don Miguel’s recorded lectures, workshops, interviews, and most importantly, the private moments between a father and his son. Read more

Art Reception for Alan Reich ‘Photographs and Collaborations’

June 17th, 5 pm – 7 pm
Montgomery Row Art Exhibition Space

Join us and meet the artist, Alan Reich. View his photographs and 3D art and enjoy light refreshments and nibbles.

Exhibit exemplifies Reich’s use of rich intensive color to isolate architectural features such as doors or stairways while showing an integrated street or city scape.  Each scene reflects the personality of the city in which the photograph was made. These skillful photographs, much more than tourist made snapshots, show the sensibility of a skilled observer who chronicles each scene’s particular details with an eye to the entire composition.  Other works standing back from immediate details provide an abstract overview of a regional atmosphere allowing the photograph’s emphasis to be placed on its inhabitants or those passing by. Still others peer closely at spaces flattening them so that one perceives only colors, shapes or textural minutiae embedded in its surface.

Several of Reich’s three dimensional collaborations with Roxie Johnson, Ania Aldrich, Barbara Walter, Dea Archbald and Kristen Wicklund will be included in the exhibit. Each of these suggests a keen awareness of wood’s capabilities to arouse a caressing stroke after being shaped into a fully utilitarian object.

Art is for sale through the Alan Reich, or 845-756-2435. This exhibit runs June 5 – July 28, 2017

Yoga with Manouso Manos

July 13th – 15th, 8 pm
Clear Yoga

Save the date: Manouso Manos Yoga Workshop. Sign Up starts Jan 1, 2017