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The Heart School: Saturday Morning Yoga
SATURDAY YOGA: a yoga class for people who "can't do yoga" HEY THERE, FRIEND, - Interested in learning the basic science of yoga? - Curious to deepen your practice, but don't know where to go next? - Overwhelmed by the thought of attending a yoga class on a weekday? THEN GET YOURSELF TO THIS CLASS! IT'S PERFECT FOR YOU! SATURDAY YOGA is a yoga class for everyday people interested in learning the pure practice and discipline of yoga. It is a safe, welcoming space to discover and learn about yoga using simple language, accessible postures (w/ room for play!) and tangible, practical tools to help expand your everyday life. Whether you consider yourself a beginner, master or in-betweener, SATURDAY YOGA earnestly unpacks this most ancient of sciences in a way that's practical, personal and easy to understand. We don't use big words, big concepts or complicated postures. We don't water it down. We don't bother with weekdays. SATURDAY YOGA's teachings are simple, direct, and to the point. Lots of people think they can't "do" yoga, but yoga is not a thing you "do." It is an experience you discover. SATURDAY YOGA will assist you in getting (yourself) there, one step, one limb, at a time. Guided by Jessica Radovich, founder of The Heart School. **************** Bring Your Own Exercise/Yoga Mat. Dress comfy. No Experience necessary Drop-ins welcome, as space permits. Free & Donation-based Please arrive on time. Doors will be locked shortly after class begins to minimize distraction for other "stretchers." :) Come As You Are Please check for last-minute schedule changes. RSVP on this page if you'd like to receive an automatic update. _____ Unless otherwise noted, events sponsored by the Center for Mindful Use are “Canna-friendly”, that is that our instructors neither encourage nor discourage cannabis use, but encourage guests to show up as they are. Please note, however, that the use of cannabis while on CMU property is not currently permitted.

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100 E. Maple St. Suite B · Bellingham, wa

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Cannabis is now legal and available in a growing number of areas. It is not for everyone. But if you choose to use it — or are considering doing so — the Center for Mindful Use ( (CMU) provides a safe, free and fun place to talk with and learn with others about how to do so mindfully.

For the last century, forced into the shadows, a great deal has been said and written about "marijuana." As a plant used by humans for millennia, there is much more to share. Cannabis is ready for new spokespeople and the nonprofit CMU is a place for those speakers to say what they need to say.

Topics for discussion include the social, medical, spiritual, cultural, recreational, legal and historical foundations of cannabis and the "best practices" for its reintroduction into modern society.

Unless otherwise noted, gatherings take place in the Forum de Freedom, located at 100 Maple Street, Suite B, Bellingham, Washington. (The Forum is located behind the Satori Cannabis Boutique, about a block northwest from the Bellingham Farmer's Market. Please note that CMU and Satori are separate; you cannot gain entrance to CMU’s events through Satori. Please enter at CMU’s separate side entrance -- just Over the Rainbow Bridge -- located on Cornwall Avenue.) All events are free unless otherwise indicated, though love donations for our teachers and mission are gratefully accepted. More information can also be found on our Facebook page (

Some CMU programs may be recorded for live Internet streaming and/or archived for later playback. During such events, a limited number of seats will be reserved for our live studio audience members who do not wish to appear on camera.

What about cannabis use as part of CMU events?: Smoking and any other use of cannabis (or any other other controlled substance) in the Forum is currently not permitted under the terms of our lease. That said, cannabis users, of course, are welcome at all events. We simply ask that guests show up with curious, open hearts and presence. For some, cannabis may provide assistance. For others, it may not. Know and be responsible for thyself.

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