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To Know Yourself: a daylong yoga benefit/retreat

Welcoming beginners and those with meditation and yoga experience in this daylong yoga retreat in Brattleboro, Vermont, a benefit for Safe Haven Children’s Trust, Cambodia.

Hits the Spot Yoga Retreat to Benefit Safe Haven

To Know Your Self Day-Long Retreat March 26, 2017

Hits the Spot Benefit for Safe Haven Children's Trust

Click here to find out more about Safe Haven’s Children Trust, Cambodia.

Find out more about the friendly and welcoming style of Hits the Spot Yoga.

Click here to contact Director Scott Willis for more information.

Fall/Winter Yoga Semester

Early-bird rate through July 30, 2016

Hits the Spot Yoga Fall/Winter Semester

Hits the Spot Yoga studio, Solar Hill, 229 Western Avenue, Brattleboro Vermont

July 2016
Dear Yogis,

I hope you’re finding ways to stay cool these days… Speaking of which, it’s time to start thinking about fall and winter, at least in terms of yoga!

I invite you to join me for the 2016-2017 Fall/Winter Semester of Hits the Spot Yoga: September 5, 2016 – February 18, 2017.

As usual, I’ll be offering classes at many different levels: Beginning, Beginning/Intermediate, Intermediate, and Yoga Flow-Meditation in Motion yoga classes.

Highlights of the semester:

    3-Year Yoga Curriculum with 45 lesson plans: This provides some really nice yoga flows, occasionally with brief practice periods, ensuring that new postures will be gradually phased in throughout the semester.

    Make-up Classes: The semester of classes continues to be a fun, enjoyable way for you to rejuvenate and relax—and remains a “good deal” in challenging economic times. I’ve kept the fees at the customary reasonable rate, and for those of you who sign up for the semester, I again offer four make-up classes every week, making it easy to get in all the classes for which you’ve paid.

   Early Bird Discount: The deadline for this offer is July 30, 2016.

Yoga has been really big part of my life for over 29 years, and I feel very fortunate that I continue to have the opportunity to share that love of yoga with you!
I’m looking forward to practicing with you in the Fall/Winter Semester!

Click here for more information or feel free to contact me or call: 802-257-1926

With warmest good cheer,
Scott

PS: Don’t forget, the Spring/Summer Semester is still happening! And it runs until July 30.
There is space available in certain classes during this time for drop-ins.
Please contact me to find out which classes currently have space.

February Offer! FREE class.

i-love-yoga, hits the spot yoga, free class offerAre you new to yoga or new to the Hits the Spot approach?
Try a class for free this month, on Scott!
February 2 through February 12th, 2016.

During the last two weeks of the Fall/Winter session, find out why Scott’s approach to teaching yoga hits the spot for so many folks in Southern Vermont–since 1992.

Reknown for his friendly, compassionate style, creator/founder Scott Willis teaches 14 classes a week for all levels. The Hits the Spot curriculum is for men and women of all shapes, sizes and degrees of strength and flexibility. Scott encourages students to go to the steady, comfortable edge of the stretch that’s appropriate for each student’s unique body.

Check the schedule for a time that works for you, and call a day ahead to confirm space and your free spot in one of Scott’s beginning, beginning/intermediate, intermediate or yoga flow classes; and Saturday’s yoga for golfers classes.

More here: http://hitsthespotyoga.com/classes/calendar

Hits the Spot Yoga Hits the Road with Daylong Workshops

Hits the Spot Signature Workshops in Woodstock, VT & Keene, NH
For yoga teachers and other yoga lovers

HTSYHits the Spot Yoga Workshops are led by Scott Willis, founder and director of Hits the Spot Yoga, known for his friendly, compassionate style of teaching.

Each workshop provides a full day of gentle guidance and practical tools to move participants toward their practice and teaching goals.

Stephen Cope’s extraordinary book, The Great Work of Your Life, serves as the text for the daylong workshops. Dharma is explored through reading, conversation, meditation, presentation and practice.

Through his teaching, Scott creates an oasis for students where they can truly enjoy exploring the art and science of yoga.

Scott Willis has been leading yoga classes for the past 25 years, and teacher trainings since 2011.  Hits the Spot Yoga is registered with Yoga Alliance.

Upcoming travel dates for Hits the Spot daylong workshop:

Woodstock, Vermont:

Sunday, January 16, 2016


Keene, NH
:

February 28, 2016

Fee: $85 per workshop

More information:
scott-willis@comcast.net

Hits The Spot Yoga

November Daylong Yoga Workshop

~a daylong workshop for yoga teachers & avid practitioners

November 2015
Dear Yogis,

Hits the Spot Yoga entranceI hope you’ll join consider joining me on November 22 to spend a full day delving into the many aspects of yoga that we dearly love.

What: A day of yoga practice and discussion

Where: Yoga Center at Solar Hill

When: Sunday, November 22, 2015, from 9 am – 4 pm

Why: To share the day doing yoga and discussing its many aspects with a group of wonderful folks

Who: Yoga teachers and avid practitioners of yoga

Hits The Spot Yoga practice space

Workshop FAQs:

What will the day include?

Morning practice: Poses, breathwork and meditation

Poses clinic: Hits the Spot Yoga approach to inversions

Teachers’ forum: Living your dharma

Discussions: Different aspects of yoga and finding your dharma

Lunch Break: Bring your own and enjoy it at or around Solar Hill

Hits The Spot Yoga at Solar Hill in Brattleboro, Vermont

What is dharma?

According to Stephen Cope, who wrote The Great Work of Your Life, “The Sanskrit word “dharma,” as used in the Bhagavad Gita, is so full of meaning that it is impossible to grasp its full scope through any English translation.” Wow. At its core, you could consider it your life’s meaning and purpose. For this workshop, we’ll use Stephen’s book as inspiration for identifying something that is important to you and on which you would like to put more focus to get more satisfaction out of life.

Will I have to teach yoga in the workshop?

No. Both yoga teachers and non-teachers are invited to attend.  Yoga teachers can earn 6 continuing education credits (CEUs).

I understand this is just one workshop in a series. Do I have to sign up for all—or more than one—workshop?

No. Feel free to join us for any of the workshops you are interested in. Click here to learn about the other workshops in this series.

Cost: $75 per workshop or $60 each if you sign up for all four.

Info and registration: Contact me at (802) 257-1926 or scott-willis@comcast.net
or find out more on the Facebook event page.  (Note: space limited.)

I hope to see you there!

Cheers,
Scott

Fall Session Enrolling Now

July 2015
Dear Yogis,

ScottCart250pxI hope you’re enjoying the warm summer months as much as I am. Believe it or not, however, it’s time to start thinking about autumn and winter—at least in terms of yoga!

I invite you to join me for the Fall/Winter 2015-2016 Semester of Yoga: August 31, 2015 – February 12, 2016.

As usual, I’ll be offering classes at many different levels: Beginning, Beginning/Intermediate, Intermediate, and Yoga Flow-Meditation in Motion yoga classes.

Highlights of the semester:

    3-Year Yoga Curriculum with 45 lesson plans: This provides some really nice yoga flows, occasionally with brief practice periods, ensuring that new postures will be gradually phased in throughout the semester.

    Make-up Classes: The semester of classes continues to be a fun, enjoyable way for you to rejuvenate and relax—and remains a “good deal” in challenging economic times. I’ve kept the fees at the customary reasonable rate, and for those of you who sign up for the semester, I again offer four make-up classes every week, making it easy to get in all the classes for which you’ve paid.

   Early Bird Discount: The deadline for this offer is July 25, 2015. Click here for rates.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me or call me at (802) 257-1926.

I’m looking forward to practicing with you in the Fall/Winter Semester—but not before we’ve all had plenty of time to enjoy the rest of this beautiful summer!

Cheers,
Scott

HTSYPS: Don’t forget, the Spring/Summer Semester is still happening! We’ll be practicing yoga together until July 25, so I hope to see you soon. There is space available in certain classes during this time for drop-ins … Please contact me to find out which classes currently have space.

Spread the word? If you’re inclined, share this with two friends—folks you feel would really enjoy yoga the way I teach it and who haven’t had a chance to attend a class yet…