Friday & Saturday 15th and 16th Oct. Yoga Class Report

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I am very happy to report that there was no red tide on either Friday or Saturday yoga classes. The classes went off without a hitch and the weather was beautiful both days. Classes are still quite small as only about 7 to 13 people usually attend. This count is much much lower than other years and I believe the lockdowns around the world, especially from in Canada, have been the reason for the small class attendance. I heard from a student this morning that Canada may open its boarders soon and we could receive an influx of visitors from Canada. I am looking forward to getting back to normal in the near future as we have been bogged down by the lockdowns, the red tide, and the summer heat. It should be cooler by Monday the 18th of Oct. so I am hoping to see more of you coming down to the beach and enjoying our yoga practice. Beginners and cowards welcome, LOL. Classes are held every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, & Saturday, 9 to 10:30 am $10.00 per person bring a towel or a mat and some drinking water. See you soon.

Ava

About Avananda

AVA Ava has always had two singular passions in life, Yoga, and Metaphysics. Metaphysics includes many things but Astrology, and forecasting the future with the aid of the Tarot cards, are both very dear to her heart. Ava has also been a professional yoga instructer for 40 years and has the highest qualifications and certificates in the field and she currently teaches yoga on Siesta Key Beach in Sarasota Florida. If you would like to check out Ava's Yoga Blog it's listed below at yogaonsiestabeach.com. Besides her life long passion for Yoga Ava has been an athlete and outdoor enthusiast and traveller most of her life and while living in Hawaii she started her own surfing school on the island of Maui which she operated for 8 years. Ava become a proffessional surfing instructor late in life at the age of 40 but her love of the ocean and waves compelled her to learn and her yoga practice made it physically possible. Ava has lectured publicly on the history and spiritual evolution of the Tarot deck and has done countless readings for others. Ava has had her own television show on the Tarot here iin Sarasota and she is currently the cohost of the VIrtual Tarot Show on Youtube which is dedicated to forecasting the future with the aid of the Tarot cards for every star sign for every month of the year. TRUDY Trudy became interested in religion and spirituality and began to encounter angels at a very young age. When Trudy's first child became ill at the age of 18 months with leukemia, she once again began to experience angel encounters. After her son passed, at the age of 35 months, Trudy became interested in the teachings of Carl Jung, and then gradually became interested in the ancient symbolism of the Tarot. Trudy has studied with renowned teachers, such as Robert Johnson and Barry Willaims of Pacifica Institute in California. Trudy and Ava met 7 years ago on Siesta Key beach in Sarasota, Florida, and became best friends. They began reading together online in order to reach more of their friends who were in need of readings. Trudy and Ava's vision and mission is to bring the ancient symbolism of the Tarot to today's modern woman in a relevant, fun and compelling way. AdGals, Trudy's company, produces Virtual Tarot's videos and supports the marketing of Ava and Trudy's mission. She has a B.S. in Advertising from the University of Florida, has an extended creative writing degree from UCLA and is currently pursuing a Professional Research Certification from the University of Georgia. Trudy founded AdGals, Inc. in 1993 in an effort to fill a need of clients who needed to market to women. AdGals is a certified woman-owned company providing branding, broadcast and educational content.

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  1. Ava….Jayne and I really enjoyed all of your classes last week. We really felt the benefits of 3 classes after Friday’s class which we found to be more of a much needed stretch. Keep up the great work and we will be monitoring your beach conditions through “Scooter of the Beach” on FB. We’ll want to partake in some of your classes online during the cold winter months. Best & Aloha?

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